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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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Was playing Rahsaan Roland Kirk "Now please don't you cry beautiful Edith" Verve Universal Japan cd.

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Now playing Antonio Carlos Jobim "Passarim" Verve Japan cd
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I used to like this Jobim, but now a decade or two later I get the nostalgic air, the excitement of new love late in life, and the sad grief in the words "dos bessos nunco mas"--those kisses . , . never more.

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Tom Jobim, "Matita Pere" 
 
AKA
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This fantastic recording from 1973 is beautiful. Stunning arrangements by Claus Ogerman, wonderfully conducted by Harry Lookovsky and performed by great musicians, Jobim's wonderful direction, singing  and playing. . . . As time goes by I love this one more and more.

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8 hours ago, Brad said:

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Fabulous ....

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14 minutes ago, soulpope said:

Fabulous ....

I only received it on Friday. Pretty amazing disc. 

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58 minutes ago, JohnS said:

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Probably Andrew Hill's finest hour in Blue Note ....

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1993 Impulse/GRP CD version

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The band swings like mad on this one! Nice fat arrangements with just four horns, Henry Boozier, Tom McIntosh (who wrote them), Jimmy Heath, and Tate Houston.

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Jimmy Cobb Quartet feat Roy Hargrove, Russell Malone, John Webber - Jazz in the Key of Blue (Chesky)

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37 minutes ago, mikeweil said:

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The band swings like mad on this one! Nice fat arrangements with just four horns, Henry Boozier, Tom McIntosh (who wrote them), Jimmy Heath, and Tate Houston.

Thanks for the tip. Missed it back when, ordered it now.

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47 minutes ago, mikeweil said:

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The band swings like mad on this one! Nice fat arrangements with just four horns, Henry Boozier, Tom McIntosh (who wrote them), Jimmy Heath, and Tate Houston.

Dig the cover art ....

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Great minds think alike :D

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