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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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13 hours ago, Peter Friedman said:

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:tup

4 hours ago, John Tapscott said:

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I guess I didn't have high expectations for this recording, but I really enjoyed my first listen. Overall a fine session, IMHO. 

Agreed.

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13 hours ago, Rabshakeh said:

Mama Rose, by Archie Shepp and a Dutch keyboardist called Jasper van 't Hof, from 1982, on Steeplechase. I don't know much about Shepp's eighties work, but it's a definite departure from his fire music or gospel days in tone.

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Dieter Ilg, Rainer Böhm & Patrice Heral - B-A-C-H  (Act Music)

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Roland Kirk - Domino (Mercury)
Over the last few weeks, I keep coming back to this disc.  It's always fun to (re)discover something that's been in your collection for years and years.  :D

 

 

13 hours ago, mikeweil said:

Must pull that one out again. Is there a bad Kenny Burrell album? I don't think so.

Yes!  It seems like KB's innate musicality is always "right there," regardless of context.  :tup  

 

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Art Blakey, Just Coolin' (Blue Note)Image result for art blakey just collin

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More Roland Kirk, pre-Rahsaan:

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17 minutes ago, duaneiac said:

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Discs 2 and 1 (in that order) of 2.

I was lucky to see this band live several times. I probably should pick this up.

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7 minutes ago, bresna said:

I was lucky to see this band live several times. I probably should pick this up.

I never got to see this band and I still enjoyed the CD.  I'm sure you would have an even greater appreciation for it, having experienced this band &  their music in person.

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I spun LPs this morning.
 
Bob Dylan, "Blood on the Tracks" Test Pressing, SONY RSD.
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Jack Teagarden, "Think Well of Me," Verve Stereo. Love this one. Teagarden and these songs are a great match.
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Jack Teagarden, "Shades of Night," Capitol, Mono. Backing orchestration is so so but man Jack's trombone!
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Followed by
Flora Purim "500 Miles High, Live at Montreux" Milestone. This one I love, and it always tells me how my system is doing--I've had it in every system I've had since the 'seventies.
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21 minutes ago, jazzbo said:
 
Jack Teagarden, "Think Well of Me," Verve Stereo. Love this one. Teagarden and these songs are a great match.
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Willard Robinson songs done by Big Tea is a winning combination!

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43 minutes ago, jazzbo said:
Flora Purim "500 Miles High, Live at Montreux" Milestone. This one I love, and it always tells me how my system is doing--I've had it in every system I've had since the 'seventies.
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The opening cut, Flora's interpretation of "O Cantador," is incredible -- so beautiful, so moving.  :tup 

 

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Has anyone done better work over the last 30 years?

  Corn Meal Dance | William Parker

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41 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

Earlier:

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:tup:tup:tup and many more !!!!

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Very, very intense tenor playing. At times disturbingly intense...

Hell, any record that opens with a song called "Pie Crust"...if you grew up in a pie culture, you know what that's about.

This ain't your mildly-interesting early Muse Ricky Ford...this is a guy with something going on inside.

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