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The Hot 5's and many of the Hot 7's (Discs 1 and most of 2).

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1 hour ago, Peter Friedman said:

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This is nice and good and all that, but I'm in the middle of deep-ish dive into later Carla Bley (specifically the Big Band, the Lost Chords, and the trio with Swallow/Shepherd), and it's pretty funny to hear this tribute to her earlier compositions played  in a style that would have been totally appropriate in, say, 1965, maybe even 1975. In the meantime, Carla Bley herself has been through a lot of evolutions and has created a whole other set of compositions that have a distinctly different "vibe" than this. There's a whole other set of "tributes" to be made using her later work, and it probably won't be played like this.

Still, this is a good record, and Barry Altschul is always a treat.

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3 hours ago, Rabshakeh said:

The Jef Gilson Nonet feat. Jean Louis Chautemps – New Call From France (SABA, 1966)

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First listen to this, which was referenced in the recent MPS / SABA thread. 

The musicians in the nonet are:

Bass – Gilbert Rovère

Bass Clarinet – Claude Lenissois

Drums – Gaëtan Dupenher

Piano – Jef Gilson

Tenor Saxophone – Pierre Caron

Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Jean Louis Chautemps

Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – François Jeanneau

Trumpet – Jean Baptiste Mira

Vibraphone, Percussion – Bernard Lubat

I'm surprised not to know any of the players on the record other than Gilson.  

I only discovered this recently when it was mentioned somewhere here on the death of Jean Louis Chautemps

I know Jeanneau a fair bit and have come across Caron a couple of times but that's all for me.

I enjoy the album

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2 hours ago, EKE BBB said:

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Abdullah Ibrahim - Voice of Africa (Camden)
Vol. 1 of Ibrahim's complete African recordings:
- 1 to 3 originally issued on Black Lightning
- 4 originally issued on Natural Rhythm
- 5 & 6 originally issued as Mannenberg: 'Is Where It's Happening'

Life-affirming music.

 

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16 hours ago, ghost of miles said:

An old and sentimental favorite, the first Chaloff I ever picked up before getting the Mosaic set:

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2 hours ago, Peter Friedman said:

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Ithamara Koorax "Love Dance: the Ballad Album" Milestone cd

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I've long wondered if silver played material from his 70s "Silver 'N...." albums live, and it looks like he did.

It's a lot of good material on those albums, sometimes in spite of the production choices, and this is not at all a bad band to play them.

Any retro band looking for still untapped material to cover can find a buttload of it in those records.

 

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Spinning this one, one of my favorite Dead albums from the time period when I was most into them. I wanted to hear "Cassidy" and "Black Throated Wind," my two favorite Bobby songs.

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Chick Corea "Circlin' In" Blue Note/Universal Japan SHM-CD 2 cd set, disc 2

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Thomas Clausen Brazilian Quartet "Follow the Moon"

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This is a damn good record.

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