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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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Now playing Roscoe Mitchell - Splatter (2020)

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Roscoe Mitchell with Strings.

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The Charlie Parkas - The Ballad Of Robin Hood

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This afternoon:

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1 hour ago, Rabshakeh said:

Now playing Roscoe Mitchell - Splatter (2020)

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Roscoe Mitchell with Strings.

He's been interested in expanding his music to larger ensembles in the last decade and I have aided him in this effort.

Go Mr Mitchell! In ten days he will be an amazing 81. Thank god he is in a position to do many things.

 

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The cover art kinda bothers me, it's just too damn literal. T

But the music more than makes up for it.

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8 hours ago, Chuck Nessa said:

He's been interested in expanding his music to larger ensembles in the last decade and I have aided him in this effort.

Go Mr Mitchell! In ten days he will be an amazing 81. Thank god he is in a position to do many things.

 

I have to say I'm really impressed by it. I listened to it twice in one go. It has a unique language, which is surprisingly rare when writing for this scale. 

Mr. Mitchell is probably my favourite artist and it's amazing to see how he is continuing to grow at every stage of his career.

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8 hours ago, Chuck Nessa said:

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:tup

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Now playing:

Valarie Ponomarev - Means of Identification (Reservoir, 1987)

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Having just finished: 

Albert Mangelsdorff Quintet - Folk Mond & Flower Dream 

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One of the recommendations from the recent Jazz Modernism in Europe & Japan thread.

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42 minutes ago, BillF said:

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The ‘W’ brigade would ban that one !

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Klaus Doldinger - Live at the Blue Note Berlin 

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There was life before Passport, it turns out.

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1 hour ago, Rabshakeh said:

 

Albert Mangelsdorff Quintet - Folk Mond & Flower Dream 

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One of the recommendations from the recent Jazz Modernism in Europe & Japan thread.

That's a terrific album. Great band.

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15 hours ago, JSngry said:

I think so? The label, I can't recall...it came out in that year or so. I bought it right away, jammed it really good, and then put it up for the next time. It's a pretty good record!

Hank Mobley In Holland

Just found it on Discogs with all data

 

Hank Mobley ‎– To One So Sweet Stay That Way - Hank Mobley in Holland

Label:
Nederlands Jazz Archief ‎– NJA 1604
Format:
CD, Album, Stereo, Mono
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Released:
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Companies, etc.

 

 

4 hours ago, BillF said:

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:D:tup

15 hours ago, Niko said:

https://www.jazzarchief.nl/winkel/

you can buy it here, it's certainly worth it,... winkelmand is Warenkorb.... but if you just write a nice email in German they'll be able to handle it...

Thanks Niko

Have from that souce the Rollins & Gerry Mulligan. There are 2 or 3 more looking very tempting.

The SQ is good IMHO.

W.

 

 

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Posted (edited)

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Nicole Mitchell - flute, alto flute & piccolo
Marty Ehrlich - clarinet, bass clarinet & alto saxophone
Keir GoGwilt - violin
Michael Dessen - trombone
Joshua White - piano
Jim Black - drums & percussion
Mark Dresser - double bass & McLagan tines

Edited by rostasi

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Posted (edited)

Mary's Ideas: Umlaut Big Band plays Mary Lou Williams

 

 

Web Web x Max Herre - Akinuba / The Heart feat. Yusef Lateef

 

Band members:
Max Herre – Wurlitzer, Synthesizers, Percussion, Backing Vocals
Roberto Di Gioia – Fender Rhodes, Piano, Organ, Synthesizers, Percussion Tony Lakatos – Flute, Altoflute, Tenorsaxofone
Christian Von Kaphengst – Upright Bass, Fender Jazzbass
Peter Gall – Drums, Percussion

Special Guests:
Charles Tolliver – Trumpet („Intersections“)
Mulatu Astatke – Vibes („Meskel Flowers”)
Brandee Younger – Harp („Akinuba“, „Intersections“)
Yusef Lateef – Words („Akinuba“)
Ben Abarbanel-Wolff – Tenorsaxofone („The Prequel“)
Philip Sindy – Trumpet („Intersections “, „Thesa-Mbawula“, „The Sequel“)

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