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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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10 minutes ago, Misterioso said:

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A Wonderful thing . And it has a special meaning to me since my wife bought it for me. 

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A WNEW radio broadcast from May 31, 1947 with some great names and a bunch of good Swing/Bebop tunes

Everest Records FS-231 -1947 WNEW Saturday Night Swing Session


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1 hour ago, Gheorghe said:

A Wonderful thing

Yes!

But what did they do with the cover photograph? Way too much contrast. Looks like a white double bass. Martin Davidson at Emanem did a better job.

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14 hours ago, JSngry said:

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I suppose I should wish I liked Michael Brecker more than I do...but still, everybody came to play, and that matters.

Liking this record more and more as I resign myself to accepting that Brecker is going to play like Brecker, and all that comes with that. His tunes here are great, and the band is outstanding, if not even better than that!

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1 hour ago, jazzcorner said:
A WNEW radio broadcast from May 31, 1947 with some great names and a bunch of good Swing/Bebop tunes

Everest Records FS-231 -1947 WNEW Saturday Night Swing Session


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1961 recordings with Martial Solal, Peter Trunk, and Kenny Clarke

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Eddie Palmieri - Vortex (TropiJazz, 1996)
with Donald Harrison, Brian Lynch, et al

Ugly cover art.  Wonderful music.

 

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Been all over the map listening today.

Started with the bonus disc from the Jerry Garcia "All Good Things" box set from Rhino--that version of "Visions of Johana" is just amazing--once Jerry starts singing and starts rhapsodizing on guitar amazing sounds come out, that guitar was something else.

Then on to Bob Dylan "Together through Life" . . . this isn't too popular but I like it, a groovy dance record.

Then on to both discs of Miles Davis "Live/Evil," the new stereo/quad SACD from Sony (stereo layer). I love this music so much, have since the 2 LP set was first released. 

Then on to Flora Purim "Stories to Tell," Milestone LP. Another favorite from the 'seventies on. Just a wonderful album.

Finally Tubby Hayes, "Late Spot at Scott's"  on Fontana from the Complete Fontana recordings box set.Wow. Energy! And it has never sounded better.

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Wow. That's a stunning album.

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Marc Copland Trio: And I Love Her

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