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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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american dreams/charlie haden & michael brecker

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Here's Ray Bryant (Pablo/OJC)

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Marion Brown Quartet - Back to Paris (Free Lance, 1980).  Marion Brown - alto sax; Hilton Ruiz - piano; Jack Gregg - bass; Freddie Waits - drums.

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Nothing I have heard by Melody Gardot before or since this (her second album) has risen to the level of beauty and brilliance this CD achieves.  I generally only listen to the first 10 tracks which make for a very rewarding listen.  The last 2 tracks, a cover of "Over The Rainbow" and an orchestral version of "If The Stars Were Mine", are less interesting to me.  Part of the great musical success of this album is certainly the marvelous string arrangements of Vince Mendoza which serve to musically support and emotionally enhance Ms. Gardot's songs.  An album I listen to frequently and really, really love.

 

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Harold Land - A New Shade of Blue (Mainstream)
with Bobby Hutcherson (vib); William Henderson (p, el p); Buster Williams (b); Billy Hart (d); James "Mtume" Foreman (congas)

Fantastic.

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42 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

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Harold Land - A New Shade of Blue (Mainstream)
with Bobby Hutcherson (vib); William Henderson (p, el p); Buster Williams (b); Billy Hart (d); James "Mtume" Foreman (congas)

Fantastic.

:tup:tup:tup!!!

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47 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

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Harold Land - A New Shade of Blue (Mainstream)
with Bobby Hutcherson (vib); William Henderson (p, el p); Buster Williams (b); Billy Hart (d); James "Mtume" Foreman (congas)

Fantastic.

nobody gives him enough - or any - credit for mastering the left-handed tenor. That's even more of a bitch than the Albert clarinet.

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Bud Shank Plays Tenor (Pacific Jazz, 1960).  Bud Shank - tenor sax; Claude Williamson - piano; Don Prell - bass; Chuck Flores - drums. 

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The Mobile Fidelity SACD
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japan cd bonus tracks (alternate takes)
 

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Buster Williams Quartet - Joined at the Hip (TCB Records, 2002).  Steve Wilson - alto, soprano sax; Carlos McKinney - piano; Buster Williams - bass; Ali Muhammed Jackson - drums.  Smokin'

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pharoah sanders
    catalina's, los angeles    6-6-00    

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3 hours ago, JSngry said:

nobody gives him enough - or any - credit for mastering the left-handed tenor. That's even more of a bitch than the Albert clarinet.

A bit like this trumpet for lefties, eh?

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1 hour ago, sonnyhill said:

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Excellent ....

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4 hours ago, Buddha the Magnificent said:

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Marion Brown Quartet - Back to Paris (Free Lance, 1980).  Marion Brown - alto sax; Hilton Ruiz - piano; Jack Gregg - bass; Freddie Waits - drums.

28684658gz.gif! This recording was made at "Le Dreher" in Paris on February 14, 1980, four days after their gig at "Theaterkeller" in Göttingen!

 

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