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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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Along with the tracks from the expanded group with Lee Morgan, Sahib Shihab, Melba Liston, Cecil Payne and Wynton Kelly.

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Just now, JSngry said:

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:tup:tup:tup!!!

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Now taking off .... :

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11 minutes ago, soulpope said:

:tup:tup:tup!!!

I know, right?!?!?!

Sometimes I wonder what Lee Morgan (or Blue Mitchell, for that matter) would have sounded like working with Willie Mitchell. And sometimes I don't.

But jeez, between the Monk Higgins halfass nonsense and the Mizell Brothers market-friendly but jazz-clueless projects, why not some realass groove?

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A 1989 concert featuring a band which included James Moody, Slide Hampton, Arturo Sandoval, Airto Moreira, Flora Purim, Claudio Roditi, Steve Turre and Paquito D'Rivera among others.

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Anyone who has doubts about whether Bill Evans can play the blues, should listen to his somewhat lengthy solo on  "Blu-A-Round" on this disc.

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59 minutes ago, Peter Friedman said:

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Thanks for reminding me to play this one, which ended up in various stacks after I found it at a library sale and ripped it.  Barth is underrated and impressed me when I saw him live with Rodney Whitaker.  I've been meaning to play this one after recently listening to him on Terell Stafford's Lee Morgan tribute a couple times last week. 

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Anthony Braxton - Ninetet (Yoshi's) 1997 Vol.3.

 

only disc 1, Composition N. 211 for tonight. The more GTM i hear the more I fall under its spell. 

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24 minutes ago, erwbol said:

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Very, very good ....

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21 minutes ago, soulpope said:

Very, very good ....

What's your favourite Paco de Lucia album?

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19 minutes ago, erwbol said:

What's your favourite Paco de Lucia album?

It is  close contest between the self named album from 1973 and "Almoraima" from 1976 ....

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5 minutes ago, soulpope said:

It is  close contest between the self named album from 1973 and "Almoraima" from 1976 ....

For me it's probably Siroco. I just never warmed to the albums from the 80s on where he performed with his band.

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12 minutes ago, erwbol said:

For me it's probably Siroco. I just never warmed to the albums from the 80s on where he performed with his band.

Saw him in concert both solo and with band .... van share your impression ....

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Jim Cutler Quartet - For Real: Without checking the liners, I believe 'You Go to My Head' is the only standard on this album.  It is such a strong collection of memorably melodic  originals.  I know a lot of people here would dig it.

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Frank Kimbrough - Solstice (Pirouet, 2016)
with Jay Anderson (b) and Jeff Hirshfield (d)

Lovely.

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Before .... :

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Speaking of worth listening to recordings from the 70`s ....

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25 minutes ago, soulpope said:

Before .... :

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Speaking of worth listening to recordings from the 70`s ....

I need to hear that!  Love both of those artists, but I've never got 'round to that record.  Seems like an odd pairing.  But sometimes things gel, despite appearances.

 

soulpope, do you know this one?

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Tate & McShann go together like peanut butter & jelly.

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