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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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This is an album that I like more and more as I play it more. A return to forever in the fifth dimension to a penny arcade where a banda nova not yet formed practices for a Carnival show while watching the weather report. Or something like that. Definitely not your grandfather's Jackie & Roy album.

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Stefon Harris/David Sanchez/Christian Scott "Ninety Miles Project" Concord cd

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One of these days I should watch the DVD included in this set!

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"Time & Love" Jackie & Roy, CTI Supreme Series Blu-Spec CD, Japan.

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Very different from "A Wilder Alias" as if the two were carpenters building a more traditonal structure for their music, but still . . . I like it a lot. I needed the chill pill.

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Not only is Bird fantastic, but Al Haig also plays marvelously on these sessions.

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Chad Taylor Trio - The Daily Biological [Cuneiform]

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Peter Kater, "The Healing Series Vol. 3: Ambrosia"

I bought this because it has Jacques Morelenbam on cello. And it's worth it for that. . .beautiful cello from Jacques wonderfully recorded.

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Disc 3:  I recently realized  that I needed to spend more time with this one after hearing the Latin session with Thad Jones on the Stitt Mosaic.

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2 hours ago, jazzbo said:


Stefon Harris/David Sanchez/Christian Scott "Ninety Miles Project" Concord cd

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One of these days I should watch the DVD included in this set!

From what I recall the DVD was a bit of A disappointment.  On a coincidence though I just finished:

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Christian Scott - Yesterday You Said Tomorrow  

this album is timeless to me. I can put it on and am completely immersed in it. 

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This is marvelous Jim Hall Trio, with Carl Perkins and Red Mitchell. Maybe my favorite Jim Hall. And the cover's great too, though I'm sure Hall is inset.

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5 minutes ago, Bluesnik said:

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This is marvelous Jim Hall Trio, with Carl Perkins and Red Mitchell. Maybe my favorite Jim Hall. And the cover's great too, though I'm sure Hall is inset.

With the odd history of this record, you almost have to ask: which version did you get?

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Just now, bresna said:

With the odd history of this record, you almost have to ask: which version did you get?

It's TOCJ 50032. One of those 1000 yen releases. From 2006.

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A couple of old friends on this one.

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A double dose of Larry Young

One as a leader and one as a sideman:

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6 hours ago, HutchFan said:

Two by Andrew Cyrille:

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I like this one a lot. Andrew Cyrille's leader dates as a whole are underrated, I think, but particularly this one. The younger and slightly more pushy David S Ware works well on this album.  

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Moshi by Barney Wilen (Saranah, 1972). 

 

I'm never that sure about this one. The idea of the mix between field recordings, jazz funk and free playing seems great on paper, but there's something a little dilettentish about the project and Wilen's playing in particular. 

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Now on to Music from the Source by Cecil McBee (Enja, 1978).

Such a great album. One of Chico Freeman's strongest performances, which plays to his strengths at the time. The Steve McCall / Don Moye percussion section works so well, too. There's lots of moments of exciting group interplay all round. 

With thanks to Hutchfan for reminding me to put this one on.

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9 hours ago, ghost of miles said:

Truth is marching in:

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That cover gives me the creeps. It's like the Davey & Goliath version of what Albert Ayler might have looked like.

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