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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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This Blu-Spec CD2 again because I'm trying to figure out why "Don't Blame Me" is hitting me as a "masterpiece" this week. I guess it's the attitude--right from the start Sonny grabs you and starts telling the story and then Jim replies with his tale and . . .this is a great listen, and so well captured on tape.

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Astor Piazzolla - Tango: Zero Hour

 

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Thelonious MonkBlues Five Spot [CDs 7b/8a from the Complete Riverside Recordings session 18] (Milestone Records / Riverside)
— Thelonious Monk — piano; Johnny Griffin — tenor saxophone; Ahmed Abdul-Malik — bass; Roy Haynes or Art Blakey — drums; live 9 July 1958 at the Five Spot Café, NYC.

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Mingus Big Band, Live at Jazz Standard

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Ray Baretto & New World Spirit - Ancestral Messages (Concord Picante)
Ray Vega's excellent trumpet playing on Dave Samuels' Birds of a Feather prompted me to pull this off the shelf -- since Vega plays on this CD too.

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   Today

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and by way of a change

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Maarten Altena Ensemble – Quotl (hat ART / hat now series)
— Maarten Altena, bass; Peter van Bergen, tenor saxophone, bass clarinet; Marc Charig, trumpet; Maartje ten Hoorn, violin; Michiel Sheen, piano; Michael Moore, alto saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinet; Michael Vatcher, percussion, celeste; Wolter Wierbos, trombone

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Michal Urbaniak, Tomasz Stanko, et al - We'll Remember Komeda (MPS)

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5 hours ago, Marzz said:

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Astor Piazzolla - Tango: Zero Hour

 

Outstanding ....

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Gerry MulliganRe-Birth of the Cool (GRP Records)
— With Wallace Roney (trumpet), John Clark (French horn), Dave Bargeron (trombone), Bill Barber (tuba), Phil Woods (alto sax), Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax), John Lewis (piano), Dean Johnson (bass), Ron Vincent (drums) + Mel Torme (vocals on one track)

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3 hours ago, Cyril said:

 

:tup

1 hour ago, Peter Friedman said:

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:tup

1 hour ago, alankin said:

Gerry MulliganRe-Birth of the Cool (GRP Records)
— With Wallace Roney (trumpet), John Clark (French horn), Dave Bargeron (trombone), Bill Barber (tuba), Phil Woods (alto sax), Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax), John Lewis (piano), Dean Johnson (bass), Ron Vincent (drums) + Mel Torme (vocals on one track)

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Louis ArmstrongLive At Winter Garden, New York, 1947 & Blue Note, Chicago, 1948 (Storyville)

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Personnel:
— Louis Armstrong (tp,vo), Bobby Hackett (cnt), Jack Teagarden (tb,vc), Peanuts Hucko (cl,ts), Ernie Caceres (bars,bassax), Dick Cary (p), Jack Lesberg (b), George Wettling (dr). NBC Broadcast, Winter Garden Theatre, NYC, June 19, 1947.
— Louis Armstrong (tp,vo), Jack Teagarden (tb), Barney Bigard (cl), Earl Hines (p), Arvell Shaw (b), Sidney Catlett (dr). Broadcast, Blue Note, Chicago, Dec. 11, 1948.

Happy Birthday, Louis!

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Andrew Hill Trio and Quartet - Shades (Soul Note)
Everyone sounds terrific on this date -- but today I couldn't help but notice Ben Riley's perfect drumming.

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Ryan Keberle - The Ryan Keberle Double Quartet (Alternate Side Records, 2007).  Ryan Keberle - trombone; Adam Birnbaum - piano; Matt Brewer - bass; Brad Wentworth - drums; Michael Rodriguez - trumpet; Chris Komer - French horn; Marshall Gilkes - trombone; Jose Davila - tuba. 

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4 hours ago, HutchFan said:

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Michal Urbaniak, Tomasz Stanko, et al - We'll Remember Komeda (MPS)

hmm.....that looks interesting

 

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Neil Ardley --------BBC Sessions 1971---------(BBC/Duskfire)

 

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The Mahavishnu ProjectPhase 2 - CD 1 (Aggregate Music)
— Gregg Bendian - drums; Pete McCann - guitar; Steve Hunt - keyboard; Stephan Crump - bass; Rob Thomas - violin; recorded live during their 2003 US tour

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Fusion Friday!
 

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Posted (edited)

2 hours ago, Clunky said:

hmm.....that looks interesting

I like it very much.

If you happen to have Amazon Prime, you can stream it for free. (Or at least you can if you're on this side of the pond. Not sure about over there. ;) )

 

 

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Mal Waldron - Plays the Blues: Live at the Domicile (Enja)
So good.

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