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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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More "Kenny Dorham-mania" in my house .... what a outstanding trumpeter ....

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17 hours ago, HutchFan said:

Definitely worth checking out if you're a Charlie Rich fan: Peter Guralnick's book that takes its title from that Rich song.

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Feel Like Going Home: Portraits in Blues and Rock 'n Roll

 

He also wrote the liner notes for that 1992 Charlei Rich CD.

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:tup for all four!!!!

 

11 minutes ago, soulpope said:

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:tup.  Nice!

Now watching & listening to:

 

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8 hours ago, soulpope said:

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More "Kenny Dorham-mania" in my house .... what a outstanding trumpeter ....

Hip and more - Great!

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8 hours ago, soulpope said:

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More "Kenny Dorham-mania" in my house .... what a outstanding trumpeter ....

Lester Bowie's advocacy of KD led me back to these recordings in the '60s. Thank you Mr. Bowie.

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After I sold my Herwin (?) lps, I got this 

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Olympia Brass Band - The Great Olympia Band book CD (Jazzology). A really excellent set recorded in London in 1968 and originally issued in the UK on 77 Records.

Serge Chaloff / Boots Mussilli - Serge and Boots, from the Chaloff Mosaic box set.

Albert Ayler - Live on the Riviera (ESP). First spin - I just became aware of this release a few days ago. Or rather, I just became aware that it did not duplicate material I already had, as I had thought.
 

 
 

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Don't mean to be a dick, but I spent a couple hours listening to Roscoe's Ride the Wind. I am stilled involved.

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7 minutes ago, Chuck Nessa said:

Don't mean to be a dick, but I spent a couple hours listening to Roscoe's Ride the Wind. I am stilled involved.

Not at all - I think everyone who has heard that one gets it. It's in that body of recordings that have so many layers that you continually find new things in them; they reveal new aspects during each listen. King Oliver's Creole Jazz band records, Gil Evans' Ampex album, and the best Ives recordings are like that.

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