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JSngry, 14 Mar 2017
Posted 3 Dec 2018
Paul Bley & Annette Peacock - Dual Unity (Japanese Freedom/Black Lion). Kind of a period piece - noisy and fun to spin every once in a while.
One of my all-time favorites
4 hours ago, T.D. said:
Discs 1 & 3 of 3. The music assembled here -- Disc 1 gathers various early sideman appearances by TD, while Disc 3 has songs from various radio broadcasts made by the TD Orchestra -- is fine, but this is one of the crappiest boxed sets ever slapped together. There is a very brief outline (I'd hesitate to call it an "essay") by Richard Sudhalter, but fully one-fourth of the booklet is made up of full page photo collages. Full recording session data and personnel are supplied for each track, but they do insist (twice) that "Connie" Boswell was the singer's name and really, any one involved in assembling a set of pop music from this era should know better than that. The whole project feels like something nobody at the record label really cared about or wanted to do in the first place.
Kamasi Washington: Heaven and Earth
Clarence Gatemouth Brown, Pressure Cooker (Alligator) (a selection of Black and White recordings)
Clark Terry – Duke With A Difference (Riverside, 1957)
Joe Henderson - The Elements featuring Alice Coltrane (Milestone)
playlist drawn from:
Guy Lafitte - His Tenor Sax And His Orchestra 1954-59 (FSR)
Finished writing my Christmas cards listening to
Herman Foster - The one and only
Ike Quebec - With a song in my heart
Sonny Stitt - Just the way it was live at the Left Bank
Probably the greatest live album ever made.
Perfect post-office therapy..
with Rufus Reid & Freddie Waits
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