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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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1 hour ago, jazzbo said:

Bobby Hutcherson (with Joey Defrancesco and David Sanborn) "Enjoy the View" Blue Note cd

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I'd enjoy this one more if there were a different drummer; Billy Hart just doesn't do it for me here.

Funny how we all hear things differently!  Any misgivings I have about this record are due to the saxophonist.  Sanborn just seems like as an odd choice.

Billy Hart, on the other hand, can do no wrong -- on this record or anywhere else. 

Just my P.O.V., of course. ;) 

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Count Basie - Have a Nice Day (Daybreak, 1971)
All Sammy Nestico compositions & arrangements

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Grant Green "Am I Blue?" Blue Note Japan LP Facsimile cd.

Followed by 
Miles Davis "Bitches Brew" Sony Japan SACD (the very first one issued). This is my favorite version of the "remix" and the most "crankable" one I have of the remix.

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17 hours ago, kinuta said:

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Carter Jefferson

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George Coleman, Mike Stern, Ron Carter, Jimmy Cobb

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Joshua Breakstone - Japanese Songs: I purchased this after catching Breakstone's Blakey tribute on Tuesday.  I chose this album because of Al Harewood, whose subtle, swinging drumming meshes well with Breakstone and Earl Saul's work.  I'll have to check out more of Breakstone's discography, as he is a thoughtful player who chooses substance over flash and keeps heavy company.

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Definitely in my 'Top Ten Albums' of all time. :D

edit: it's complex, i always listen twice !

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59 minutes ago, jlhoots said:

Carter Jefferson (aka Woody Shaw 5tet "Live Basel 1980" ....

Oh yeah ....

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1 hour ago, Justin V said:

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Joshua Breakstone - Japanese Songs: I purchased this after catching Breakstone's Blakey tribute on Tuesday.  I chose this album because of Al Harewood, whose subtle, swinging drumming meshes well with Breakstone and Earl Saul's work.  I'll have to check out more of Breakstone's discography, as he is a thoughtful player who chooses substance over flash and keeps heavy company.

He'll be playing here in Santa Fe on Nov. 8. Planning to attend.

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Gary Bartz "Bartz" . . . .

The cheesiest of Bartz records probably. But I love Bartz' sound and "singing playing" so much that I just listen past the discoed arrangements to his "voice." He had such joy and energy at this time.

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Stan Getz Quartet "Getz at the Gate" Verve, disc 2

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CD1 - Superb, Don Pullen in particular.

 

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Sal Nistico in sparkling form .... and the rhythm section keeps rollin`....

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14 minutes ago, Peter Friedman said:

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Excellent ....

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Without doubt this band is hot ....

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Oh, my.  This one hits hard.  I decided to give it a spin with my seldom-used Amazon Music subscription (I'm not sure whether it is included with just Prime) and am a bit surprised to see the download is selling for only $3.87.  

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