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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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This again:

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14 minutes ago, Joe said:

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Fantastic!  :tup  

 

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3 hours ago, John Tapscott said:

Yes Bill it is - quote -  "a bright and breezy 32 bar tune dedicated to his (Frank's) dear friend and great tenor saxophonist Osian Roberts." 

 

 

Thanks John. I had a nice chat with Osian at the home of my friend Malcolm who hosts gigs and we compared notes on our early origins. (Sadly I'm now resigned to accepting those face-to-face sessions as a thing of the past :() Osian is a tenorman much to my taste, and I think yours. He can be heard to advantage on a number of albums he's made with Steve Fishwick, this probably being the most well known:

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I recall seeing Basile heading up a reconstituted Slide Hampton Octet on a Smalls ‘livestream’ a while back. Impressive !

4 hours ago, John Tapscott said:

Yes Bill it is - quote -  "a bright and breezy 32 bar tune dedicated to his (Frank's) dear friend and great tenor saxophonist Osian Roberts." 

Now:

NEIL SWAINSON QUINTET - 49th Parallel

An excellent reissue - I picked up the vinyl. Good sleeve notes by all concerned too.

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1 hour ago, Joe said:

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Excellent line-up for sure ....

 

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"Shadow Puppets" Jim Gailloreto - Split Decision Naim cd

Hip music, wonderful recording.

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Continuing with Bill Evans. Here he overdubs himself not once... but twice!

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Kalaparush and the Light - The Moment: Sax, tuba, drums and fire.  

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16 minutes ago, Justin V said:

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Kalaparush and the Light - The Moment: Sax, tuba, drums and fire.  

An old friend. Good to see someone listening.

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10 hours ago, HutchFan said:

This again:

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Fantastic!  :tup  

 

Maybe I should give this another try. I spinned it once but didn´t like it, especially the first tune. 

The strange Thing is, that I am familiar with a lot of 60´s Avantgarde stuff and listen to Ornette Coleman, Don Cherry, Cecil Taylor, but Maybe from Larry Young I expected something else, something more like the Albums he made before for BN. (Unity)

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8 hours ago, John Tapscott said:

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Yes John, that's the band I saw. Hope you like it. I did!

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59 minutes ago, EKE BBB said:

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I love this !

I first had it on the Brown Paperback doublealbum from the BN LA series, it was Griffin´s Blowin Session on the first LP, and the "Blowin In from Chicago on the second LP. The whole double Album was titled "Blowing Sessions".

When I listen to the CD, I still use to listen to it together with Griffin´s "A Blowing Session". 

The Tenor Tandem Jordan-Gilmore is fantastic and the rhyhthm section really Cooks, those are some of the best Players of the period. And the almost forgotten Horace Silver compositon "Everywhere" is Beautiful....

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1 hour ago, EKE BBB said:

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More blowin' sessions:

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My toddler is slowly killing me with sleep deprivation.  This is restoring some bloodflow to my head.

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