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7 hours ago, HutchFan said:

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A bit rough at the edges (except for Joe, of course), but plenty of fire.

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Gil Evans & The Monday Night Orchestra – Live At Sweet Basil (Electric Bird, 1985)

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"NHOP/Friends Forever" CD1 of 2

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The amazing Danish bassist Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen performing with a stable of jazz artists from Europe and America in duo, trio, quartet formats. Excellent music and sound.
 

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46 minutes ago, Rabshakeh said:

Gil Evans & The Monday Night Orchestra – Live At Sweet Basil (Electric Bird, 1985)

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17 minutes ago, John Tapscott said:

All L.A. Band

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Stanley Turrentine, "Sugar" KICJ-2560 King/CTI RVG series UHQCD from Japan. This disc sounds great!

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Part of this series of Japanese UHQCD RVG reissues:

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Chasing that great sound with another from the CTI/King RVG UHQCD series, Antonio Carlos Jobim, "Stone Flower," KICJ-2551

I love this album so much, and this is a very nice sounding version.

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2 hours ago, Peter Friedman said:

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I love that album cover.  So evocative with those cool blues -- and streaking hot, red accents.  The hip convertible makes it even easier for us to imagine ourselves gliding up to the curb, adjusting our debonair tie in the rearview mirror, and plunging into the exotic Alhambra!

All of that was before my time.  But it's fun to imagine.

 

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Until recently, I didn't know that Washington's first name is pronounced DEE-nah.  I'd always assumed that it was DY-nah -- like Dinah Shore. 

Did everyone else know that except me?  I gotta believe that's a common mistake.

 

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The Art Farmer Quartet ‎– Sing Me Softly Of The Blues
Georges Arvanitas / Claude Guilhot – Qu'est-Ce Qu'on Joue ?

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Returning to Tania Maria, "Bluesilian" cd. I can't help but smile at her verve and groove and her excellent pianism.

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IMO, the "jazz-meets-classical" thing can easily go sideways and spin off into a dreaded ditch.  But it works here. 

I think it's because this trio uses these pieces as launching points for improvisation.  So it's really jazz -- not a hybrid.

 

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Grateful Dead "Get Shown the Light" May 3, 1977 disc 3

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5 hours ago, Peter Friedman said:

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Fabulous ....

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1 hour ago, jazzcorner said:

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Michael Blake: Drift

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