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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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43 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

 

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Good stuff ....

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John Coltrane Live at the Village Vanguard Again! (UCCI-9010)

An early favourite. I think I like this version of My Favorite Things best.

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The Albert Mangelsdorff Quartet - Never Let It End (MPS, 1970)
with Heinz Sauer (ts, as), Günter Lenz (b), and Ralf Hübner (d)

Outstanding!

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During my evening commute:

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Such evocative music.

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9 hours ago, erwbol said:

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John Coltrane Live at the Village Vanguard Again! (UCCI-9010)

An early favourite. I think I like this version of My Favorite Things best.

Same here ! This record was a favourite of mine, when I just began to start to listen to 60´s avantgarde. I think I purchased it just after having purchased my first Ornette album. Great that avantgarde group with Rashied Ali and Pharoah Sanders.

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Thelonious Monk Quartet With John Coltrane ‎– At Carnegie Hall (Blue Note, 1957)

It's been a while since I last played this beauty...

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The New Charlie Ventura Sextet With Urbie Green And Warren Vaché ‎– "Chazz" '77 (Famous Door)

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1 hour ago, JohnS said:

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Wayne Shorter (!!) ....

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4 hours ago, Gheorghe said:

Same here ! This record was a favourite of mine, when I just began to start to listen to 60´s avantgarde. I think I purchased it just after having purchased my first Ornette album. Great that avantgarde group with Rashied Ali and Pharoah Sanders.

I'm sure the neighbours hated us for it. :lol:

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4 hours ago, EKE BBB said:

Thelonious Monk Quartet With John Coltrane ‎– At Carnegie Hall (Blue Note, 1957)

It's been a while since I last played this beauty...

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A beauty indeed ....

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3 hours ago, erwbol said:

I'm sure the neighbours hated us for it. :lol:

Yes, the jazz avant garde didn't go down to well with squares. In the 60s when staying with unhip friends I had to keep the volume right down when playing Ornette's "This Is Our Music". All the same, the lady of the house said "I think I hear the baby crying" and rushed upstairs to the soundly sleeping infant. :huh:

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Remind me to take my iPod to my next dentist visit. They can't compete with this.

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Finally starting this box set. . . the first disc of rehearsals. Sort of a slog. . . interesting but not easy listening.

Bob Dylan "The Rolling Thunder Revue--the 1975 Live Recordings"

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17 minutes ago, JSngry said:

 

Remind me to take my iPod to my next dentist visit. They can't compete with this.

Best elevator music ever? :rolleyes:

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Don't think so. I still like bossa on an elevator.

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