JSngry

So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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1 hour ago, JSngry said:

SO nice to at last have all the Booker/Patterson session under one roof. A longtime sentimental favorite, and if I sounds all Ralph J. Gleason-y emocute when I say that the opening and closing bridges of "Sentimental Journey" are devastating, so be it.

Patterson and Ervin together make powerful music.  So feel free to go all Gleason-y.  I'm right there with you.

 

1 hour ago, JSngry said:

So, the letter P has been good to me this week.

Nice roundup.  :tup 

 

 

I've been digging into some Lonnie Smith this evening.

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56 minutes ago, EKE BBB said:

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I also love those early MJQ albums

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Any of the German board members know this? It is pretty good!

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Don Pullen - Healing Force (Black Saint, 1976)

Beautiful solo piano.

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This shit is OLD!

But it still sounds good!

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4 minutes ago, JSngry said:

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This shit is OLD!

But it still sounds good!

A Hip Hop Golden Age Who's Who on that cover. 

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I think this was Donald Bailey's only leader date (with Odean Pope, Charles Tolliver, Tyrone Brown and George Burton!).  It was released on Talking House Records, which released two other fine albums in their Blueprints of Jazz series, by Billy Harper and Mike Clark.  I recommend them all.

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More Don Pullen.  From solo piano to Mingus sideman:

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Bill Dixon - Odyssey: Solo Works: Wholly personal, uncompromising artistry. 

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Stunning.

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6 minutes ago, Joe said:

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Stunning.

Yes .... btw just reissued in Japan ....

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