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JSngry, 14 Mar 2017
Posted 8 Dec 2019
Posted 9 Dec 2019
The Royal Krunk Jazz Orchestra (Russell Gunn), Pyramids (Ropeadope)
3 hours ago, John Tapscott said:
2 hours ago, BillF said:
Early goodie ....
Nice, very nice.
21 hours ago, soulpope said:
20 hours ago, Jim Duckworth said:
3 minutes ago, Peter Friedman said:
Posted 9 Dec 2019
I've grown to like this one more and more over the years. Nothing flashy, just a relaxed, cozy session of familiar and cherished tunes. It's kinda like if you had five really cool and talented friends who volunteered to play the music at you Christmas party this year. Mr. Ponder's solo acoustic version of "The Christmas Song" caps off the proceedings nicely and makes one appreciate just how lovely a melody that is. For those of you who simply hate Christmas music, there is a positive side to this CD just for you -- it only has 9 tunes, so it's finished before you know it. This same quartet recorded a session of regular material the day before this June 17, 1998 session. I have that CD too and should look it up and give it a listen.
This is the album recorded the day before the Jimmy Ponder Christmas album noted above. Some nice cover tunes and then, out of the blue, there was this PHENOMENALLY GROOVY tune!! As of today, only 14 people have listened to this track on YouTube, but believe me, for the best 6 minutes of your day, ya gotta listen to this!
Nothing on the Christmas album comes close to matching that energy and level of groove.
So nice to have the stereo warmed up again!
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Art Pepper "At the Village Vanguard" disc 3 from the Complete Village Vanguard Recordings box set
Posted 10 Dec 2019
I love baritone, from Harry Carney to Mulligan and beyond.
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