JSngry

So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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Back to this Weather Report set:

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Disc 3 - Extended, live versions of the music originally released on Night Passage

In full flight!

 

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31 minutes ago, BillF said:

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I've read the liner notes and still don't get the cover... did they miss the train and have to walk? Why does the bassist have to carry his bass but the drummer only carries his snare? :)

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2 hours ago, Chuck Nessa said:

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I do not recognize that cover? What record is this?

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1 minute ago, JSngry said:

I do not recognize that cover? What record is this?

2 disc set on jazzwerkstatt. Disc 1 live in Berlin 1982 w/ Ari Brown, Art Matthews, Fred Williams, Phillip Wilson, Fontella Bass, Martha Bass & David Peaston - 68 minutes. Disc 2 "Steel + Breath" Lester w/ Phillip Wilson & William Parker - 23 minutes.

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2 hours ago, John Tapscott said:

3 Way Play

This a ❤superb❤ Piano Trio platter ....

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2 hours ago, HutchFan said:

Last night:

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and

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Outstanding. :tup

 

 

Do you think McCann intended the album title & photo to be ironic?  All of the women are TALLER than he is!  

Looks like he's happy to be there, regardless. ;) 

 

Yeah, it's a classic self-deprecatory sleeve. Sure it's intended to be funny. Here's another. The bandleader is the one in red, getting toughed up by a rozzer.

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MG

 

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8 minutes ago, Chuck Nessa said:

2 disc set on jazzwerkstatt. Disc 1 live in Berlin 1982 w/ Ari Brown, Art Matthews, Fred Williams, Phillip Wilson, Fontella Bass, Martha Bass & David Peaston - 68 minutes. Disc 2 "Steel + Breath" Lester w/ Phillip Wilson & William Parker - 23 minutes.

Thank you.

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Woya - La tradition en mouvement - Pathe Marconi 1992 

 

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Jack McDuff - Check this out - Cadet 1972

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Ray Bryant - Godfather - M&I 2002

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MG

 

 

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Creative Improvisers Orchestra - The Sky Cries The Blues (CMIF, 1981)

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A Leo Smith record (I think) that I didn't previously know.

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Vol.4 - 1944

Pete Brown Quintet, Red Norvo Sextet, Billy Taylor's Big Eight, Jonah Jones, George Hartman

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31 minutes ago, Rabshakeh said:

Creative Improvisers Orchestra - The Sky Cries The Blues (CMIF, 1981)

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A Leo Smith record (I think) that I didn't previously know.

Good one.

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1 minute ago, Chuck Nessa said:

Good one.

I really enjoyed it.

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3 hours ago, bresna said:

I've read the liner notes and still don't get the cover... did they miss the train and have to walk? Why does the bassist have to carry his bass but the drummer only carries his snare? :)

We could have a thread on musicians looking awkward in inappropriate settings:

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Charles Earland - Infant eyes - Muse 1978

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Charles Earland - In the pocket - Muse 1982

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Ramsey Lewis - Never on Sunday - Argo 1961

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MG

 

 

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Chick Corea Akoustic Band – Alive (GRP, 1991)R-2013230-1395836515-3467.jpeg.jpg

Not a group that I ever really "got", but they have a huge following in some circles. Giving it a listen after a conversation with a friend's brother, a fusion head, who considers this record up there with the very greatest.

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1 hour ago, BillF said:

We could have a thread on musicians looking awkward in inappropriate settings:

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Great album though!!

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2 hours ago, BillF said:

We could have a thread on musicians looking awkward in inappropriate settings:

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I am fairly certain this image was taken just outside Rudy's studio, between the studio/home and the garage.

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9 minutes ago, ghost of miles said:

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Some of those tracks are from the date called Single Action. I was in the studio for that one.

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Breakfast today with

The Harmonizing Four - Where he leads me - Gotham (Hob)

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Big Jay McNeely - Big Jay in 3D - Federal (King)

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Bobby Timmons - Do you know the way - Milestone 1968

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Now

Bobby Timmons - Got to get it - Milestone 1968

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Next

Kenny Burrell - Both feet on the ground - Fantasy 1973

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Terrible sleeve, horrid boots, nice music

MG

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