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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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1 hour ago, soulpope said:

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A classic that, for some unknown reason, I don't listen to often enough.

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1 hour ago, paul secor said:

A classic that, for some unknown reason, I don't listen to often enough.

Yesterday`s John Coltrane Memorial made me dig out this one .... simply beautiful ....

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10 hours ago, paul secor said:

:tup:tup:tup Percy Sledge is my favorite soul singer. There were perhaps others who were stronger, but Percy always did it for me.

Maybe his bad luck was being so completely identified with one song.

His albums were all great, without exception. This one especially moves my spirit.

The song selection, the pacing and the stripped down backing really hit the spot.

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PATRICIA BARBER: VERSE. BLUE NOTE/PREMONITION 7243 5 39856 2 2 [2002]

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Dizzy in love with these Reece's pieces.

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Do you love them Reeses to pieces?

 

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Lou Levy - Tempus Fugue-It (Interplay LP)

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Michel Petrucciani - 100 Hearts (Concord)

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Sonny Stitt Sits In With The Oscar Peterson Trio

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Al Haig - Piano Interpretation (Seabreeze LP)

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Celebrating his 75th birthday then -- soon to be celebrating his 86th!

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10 hours ago, kinuta said:

Maybe his bad luck was being so completely identified with one song.

His albums were all great, without exception. This one especially moves my spirit.

The song selection, the pacing and the stripped down backing really hit the spot.

Agreed .... the exemplary  Quinvy Studio musicians made sure that Sledge's tender begging voice didn't get lost ....

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Yosuke Yamashita----------Chiasma---------(MPS) Japan K2HD (fwiw)

 

Tense gig especially when Akira Sakata lets rip.

 

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This morning

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some early Benny Goodman: The Thesaurus Transcriptions from 1935

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Robin Holcomb and Wayne Horvitz - Solos (Songlines, 2004).  Wayne Horvitz, Robin Holcomb - piano.

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2 hours ago, JohnS said:

This morning

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Paul Desmond's outstanding "Canadian Quartet" ....

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Claude Williams Quintet - Call for the Fiddler (SteepleChase 1051, 1976).  Claude Williams - violin; Horace Parlan - piano;  Lars Blach - guitar; Hugo Rasmussen - bass; Hans Nymand - drums.  Some nice Hot Club-like swing in the Reinhardt / Grappelli tradition.

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