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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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18 minutes ago, Peter Friedman said:

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I think this is only my second time listening to this.  I am buying less and diving deeper into my collection.

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Jim Hall / Ron Carter Duo - Alone Together (Milestone, 1972)

A weird but lovely one. I find Jim Hall's playing substantially developed from his more well know '50s sideman dates. The duo's not a combination I would have expected to work but it really does. Carter and Hall are really sympathetic to each other's style.

Donald Byrd - Kofi (Blue Note, 1972)

Probably my favourite Lew Tabackin ever on record. He, Horace Parlan and Frank Forster make this record really good. I find that the decline in Byrd's powers was already getting obvious by this point, but I like that he keeps it simple and gives others the space.

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I am thinking of Keith Jarrett after reading the sad NYT story.  This is still probably my favorite Standards Trio album and the first one I heard.  

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"Quartet Live" Concord Records cd, Gary Burton/Pat Metheny/Steve Swallow/Antonio Sanchez

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Meh. I'd like it better if it were a Burton Trio album.

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Paula Morelenbaum "Berimbaum"

This is a favorite, and after some recent tube and settings changes, sounding better than ever! Modern and layered and dance invoking.

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Thelonious Monk, "Brilliant Corners," Keepnews Edition cd.

Been too long. I just love this wild take of "Bemsha Swing" with Clark Terry and Sonny Rollins. Those two should have recorded over and over together!

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Daniel Humair, Marvin Stamm, David Friedman, Sebastien Boisseau - Ear Mix (Sketch, 2003)

 

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Tenorio Jr. "Embalo"

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Alto Saxophone – Paulo Moura
Bass – José Antonio Alves*, Sergio Barroso Netto*
Drums – Milton Banana, Ronnie (Roberto Ronal De Mesquita)
Guitar – Celso Brando, Neco
Percussion – Rubens Bassini
Piano – Tenorio Jr.
Tenor Saxophone – Hector Costita, Meirelles
Trombone – Edson Maciel, Raulzinho
Trumpet – Maurilio, Pedro Paulo

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Magnificent.  As indispensible as anything he ever did.

Randy Weston - Solo Piano SOUND (2017, CD) | Discogs

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This one again, it is superb.

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Mamborama! -- a 1990 Charly CD compilation of some old TICO recordings of Tito Puente and His Orchestra.

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Ron Miles: I Am A Man

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