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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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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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13 minutes ago, Justin V said:

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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.  

That one is a favourite - one of those things I would have loved to witness in person in that Vancouver club. Bought it on vinyl on RSD a couple of years ago, heck of a lot more than $3.87 though !

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This again:

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Barry Altschul - You Can't Name Your Own Tune (32 Jazz / Muse)
with Muhal Richard Abrams, Sam Rivers, George Lewis, and Dave Holland

 

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9 hours ago, sidewinder said:

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CD1 - Superb, Don Pullen in particular.

 

Wow, I never saw this ? Mingus with Don Pullen, is this from the mid 70´s , the strong group with George Adams he had then ? 

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So playful... some wonderful tracks...

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3 hours ago, Gheorghe said:

Wow, I never saw this ? Mingus with Don Pullen, is this from the mid 70´s , the strong group with George Adams he had then ? 

Essential for any die-hard Mingus fan.

It has the short-lived group from 72/73 with Joe Gardner, John Stubblefield, Pullen and Roy Brooks. Radio broadcast tape held by the Brooks Estate, authorised for release by Sue Mingus. Sound quality is more than acceptable and the live atmosphere well captured. A ‘find’, for sure. I think the Forum ran a thread on this one if you do a search.

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From the Nucleus Vertigo box

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SteepleChase’s website looks like a simple placeholder with no menu. Have they been hacked? Did they fail to renew their url? Are they gone?  Anyone know?  Thanks.

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Bang/Lowe/Sirone/Charles

 

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Jimmy Heath - Triple Threat: I'll be listening to more Jimmy Heath today in celebration of his 93rd birthday.  I've been listening to this one lately after a few years away from it.  The sound he achieves with just a sextet is so rich and full.  This has to be one of my favorite Freddie Hubbard sideman dates as well.

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