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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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11 hours ago, Peter Friedman said:

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Tim Armacost - Time Being: I was unfamiliar with Armacost until catching him with David Berkman.

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This is one album I usually pull out when I need to hear it, instead of just when I'd like to hear it.  I needed to hear it right now.

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I think this was Putte Wickman's last recording...  Wonderful playing right to the end if so!  Everything's right about this disc...

An Intimate Salute To Frankie

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Disc one - Interesting to hear Art Pepper with Duke Jordan. 

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4 minutes ago, Ted O'Reilly said:

I think this was Putte Wickman's last recording...  Wonderful playing right to the end if so!  Everything's right about this disc...

An Intimate Salute To Frankie

Sublime ....

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This morning I spent with my Dad and on the hour plus trip there and then the hour plus trip back I listened to:

The debut release from Miki Yamanaka, a nice pianist with Steve Nelson on vibes.

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and Duke Ellington "The Pianist"
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This afternoon Fiona the dachshund and I toughed the hot weather upstairs to listen to:

Helen Merrill "You and the Night and the Music"
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Wynton Marsalis "The Magic Hour"
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Grant Green "Carryin' On" Blue Note 80th Anniversary reissue cd
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Moppa Elliott: Jazz Band / Rock Band / Dance Band (Hot Cup 2 CD set)

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I love this record. I think when I first heard the title tune "E.S.P." it was on a Miles Davis Sampler "Greatest Hits". Then, this was a cheap way to buy some Miles. Later I bought all the Albums of Course. From the first CBS "Round Midnight" until the last "Agharta". I think I like most the Albums from 1963 on, the live stuff and the Studio productions with the second great quintet. 

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2 hours ago, Brad said:

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Love those jams.

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7 minutes ago, Gheorghe said:

a classic ! 

 I listened to the complete recording (different takes) what becomes a little boring after a time but the record itself is very nice !

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@Referentzhunter: You are Right, now I remember it, it was my same Impression on first Hearing. I think one must understand under what circumstances the Album was made, it was just the movie score for that Film Noir. 

For my personal tastes, I also prefer the other records that Miles made during that period, the first quintet, the Prestige and Columbia Albums.

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This morning I'm re-listeneing to two I spun yesterday:

The debut release from Miki Yamanaka, a nice pianist with Steve Nelson on vibes.

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Grant Green "Carryin' On" Blue Note 80th Anniversary reissue cd
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Miki's is a very nice sounding release. I wish I liked Joey Baron more--his work doesn't really thrill me, so I'd have welcomed a different drummer.

The Green is not among his best work but this new mastering has made me appreciate it more. Some nice song choices.

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