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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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5 minutes ago, soulpope said:

A goodie hands down ....

No doubt. :tup 

 

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Jeremy Steig - Energy (Capitol, 1971)
with Jan Hammer, Gene Perla, Eddie Gomez (on two tracks), and Don Alias

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Though "Complete Communion" get´s most spinning here, I also love "Suite for Improvisers" and this one: Great with Pharoah Sanders, Henry Grimes and Ed Blackwell. 

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The cover I first knew it in.

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20 minutes ago, Gheorghe said:

Though "Complete Communion" get´s most spinning here, I also love "Suite for Improvisers" and this one: Great with Pharoah Sanders, Henry Grimes and Ed Blackwell. 

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The Cherry Live at the Montmartre CD's on ESP-Disk are also great, and have surprisingly sharp fidelity.

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Still on my Tito Puente kick.

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As the title implies, this compilation -- selected and annotated by Bobby Sanabria -- focuses on Puente's forays into jazz.

 

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Originally released on Tico in 1977.

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Disc 1: Beyond its historical value, this is really fun music.

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Irakere - Chekeré Son (Milestone)

 

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Grupo Irakere (Areito)

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4 hours ago, HutchFan said:

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Irakere - Chekeré Son (Milestone)

Goodie originally released on JVC Japan in 1979 ....

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13 hours ago, BillF said:

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The cover I first knew it in.

Very fine the Miles and Brass. I also listened to it recently

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2 hours ago, Gheorghe said:

Very fine the Miles and Brass. I also listened to it recently

Wonderful selection of tunes, too.

1 hour ago, EKE BBB said:

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Lovely! Surely Oscarphobes can accept this one! ;)

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2 hours ago, BillF said:

Wonderful selection of tunes, too.

Lovely! Surely Oscarphobes can accept this one! ;)

Yeah, if it get´s too pianistic it´s not really my stuff. Oscar with others is nice. And the few Oscars that just swing in an easy manner like "Night Train" or "We Get Requests". 

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Disc 2: A good way to start the day's listening (and get my toddler to dance during breakfast).

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Off to spend the day with my Dad. This is a good send off! "Lonely Woman" will remain a timeless classic.

Ornette Coleman "Shape of Jazz To Come" Warner Japan cd.

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