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JSngry, 14 Mar 2017
Posted 11 hours ago
3 hours ago, soulpope said:
Posted 10 hours ago
Perennial favourite ....
Produced by Larry Williams, who had been working with Johnny Watson a few years before, and Smith's vocal style (yes, it's mostly a vocal record) is not that far removed from what Watson's would be in his 70s rebirth. Those records are great, this one is not, but still, connect the dots, la lala la.
Posted 9 hours ago
Posted 8 hours ago
A nice bebop devoted package from the JiP collection. Now I am with the Don Byas/Tyree Glenn Orchestra. But there are also sections of the CD devoted to the Don Byas Reboppers, a Howard McGhee sextet and the James Moody quintet.
Posted 7 hours ago
7 hours ago, BillF said:
See again: http://www.organissimo.org/forum/index.php?/topic/80398-so-what-are-you-listening-to-now/&page=52#comment-1539077
Posted 6 hours ago
Coltrane Jazz was some of the first Coltrane I ever heard -- so this record is extra special to me.
Listening to it today, I'm still floored by the power and authority in this music.
More desert-island music:
Duke Ellington - Piano Reflections (Capitol Jazz)
Posted 5 hours ago
Sonny once again showing himself to be an absolute master of space and time.
Posted 4 hours ago
Posted 3 hours ago
Posted 2 hours ago
Louis Armstrong - The Great Chicago Concert (Columbia)
Rahsaan Roland Kirk - Dog Years in the Fourth Ring (32 Jazz). Disc one.
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