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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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7 hours ago, sidewinder said:

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:tup:tup:tup!!!

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Joe Henderson - In Pursuit of Blackness (Milestone)

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Earlier today in the car, right out of the mailbox. I like these four albums (his first as a leader) much better than the later Blue Note or Soid State LPs - better arrangements, nice borderline walking between jazz and Cuban stylistics. 

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Continuing the Dolphy with Hamilton theme, especially since Lucinda seems to be enjoying it and letting the stereo play on. . . . 
 
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An enjoyable disc for a die-hard Brubeck fan like me.  The audio quality, while not of professional studio recording level, is pretty good for an unauthorized "live".recording from 1955.  The liner notes state that both this and Erroll Garner's classic performance at the Sunset Center that year were part of a series of jazz concerts presented there.  I wonder if there are any other recordings by artists of interest from that series yet to be uncovered.

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Dick Contino (1930 - 2017)

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2 hours ago, paul secor said:

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A true giant ....

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1 hour ago, rostasi said:

Dick Contino (1930 - 2017)

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Wow!  Two albums in a row on this thread which contain a version of "Hava Nagila"!  That must be a first! :D

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The live album is pretty exciting stuff at times.  One can almost visualize what the band must have looked like on stage doing these songs.  The center spread of the liner note booklet features a picture of Mr. Prado standing in front of a band.  I'm not sure if it is the band heard on the Japanes tour album, but they are wearing happi coats and Japanese headbands.  The band has a  four piece percussion section (and the percussionists heard on the Japan album are cracking good), what appears to be both acoustic and electric bass players, four trumpets, four saxes and only one trombone.

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Harris Eisenstadt - Recent Developments

This album is knocking me out.

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kip hanrahan/all roads are made of the flesh/buddy bolden's blues

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