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This one again. Just such a great combination of soloist/writer/arranger and orchestra, wonderful music and playing, and showstopping sound.

Omar Sosa with the NDR Big Band featuring the arrangements of Jacques Morelenbaum, "es: sensual"

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2 hours ago, John Tapscott said:

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Sounding nice, John!

Like that title: "Manne-Splainin'":lol:

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Interesting jam session material, with pluses (Cole, Jacquet -- both in warmly inventive modes, and Jacquet here not into honking and screaming) and minuses (Jack McVea, with his penchant for whistled-out high notes). Particularly choice is a long exchange between Cole and Les Paul, where each man tries to amuse or even baffle the other with figures that were "far out" at the time -- the pattern being that Paul leads things off and Cole imitates and modifies in in a more musical, less tricky direction what Paul has proposed. It's certainly fun for the audience, and one feels that Paul and Cole were having fun too.

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Is this the fist JATP concert you're talking about?  IIRC Les Paul was there because Oscar Moore couldn't make it. 

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Ruby Rushton - live stream from Ronnie Scott's. 

Very impressed, their albums have seemed a little undercooked, this isn't

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1 hour ago, Larry Kart said:

Interesting jam session material, with pluses (Cole, Jacquet -- both in warmly inventive modes, and Jacquet here not into honking and screaming) and minuses (Jack McVea, with his penchant for whistled-out high notes). Particularly choice is a long exchange between Cole and Les Paul, where each man tries to amuse or even baffle the other with figures that were "far out" at the time -- the pattern being that Paul leads things off and Cole imitates and modifies in in a more musical, less tricky direction what Paul has proposed. It's certainly fun for the audience, and one feels that Paul and Cole were having fun too.

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McVea ruins it for me, which is a shame.  

Now playing:

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49 minutes ago, soulpope said:

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One of two Waldron Enja recordings that I don't have.  ... Need to rectify that!  ;) 

 

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2 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

One of two Waldron Enja recordings that I don't have.  ... Need to rectify that!  ;) 

 

Definitely :tup ....

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Love your recent Ellingtonian spins, EKE. :tup 

 

 

This again for me:

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Tomeka Reid Quartet - Old New (Cuneiform)

Tomeka Reid, cello
Mary Halvorson, guitar
Jason Roebke, bass
Tomas Fujiwara, drums

Nice, but I liked the self-titled debut album much better. 

 

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7 hours ago, HutchFan said:

Love your recent Ellingtonian spins, EKE. :tup 

Yesssir! Here we go again:

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2 hours ago, EKE BBB said:

Yesssir! Here we go again:

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Ooh. I don't know this one. It looks like a lot of fun.  One to check out.

I'm a total sucker for these sort of match ups. 

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FSR cd including the Jazztone disc “Accent On Clarinet”, later reissued by Urania as”And The NY Jazz Quintet”, plus 4 tracks from “Clarinet On Hi-Fi”.

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