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BFT 174--access and discussion

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Other members did the hard work for me, but track 4 is "Lifetime" from Randy Weston's "With These Hands" album with Cecil Payne. Nice track.

As for track 2, the Dylan clue made it very easy to identify Michael Moore's Jewels and Binoculars trio (with Lindsay Horner and Michael Vatcher). That was a full-time Dylan cover band (and a very good one too).

I listened to track 3 for Kenny Wheeler, but would have like it a lot more without the guitar and the organ. Google helped me out here: it's "Speak Easy" from John Abercrombie's "Open Land" album.

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Nice work--that's 3 tracks fully identified.  

I am surprised no one has gotten #5 and, perhaps, #9.  

 

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Track 5 is truly beautiful. If the flute player is primarily a saxophonist and is doubling on flute, he or she really plays flute beautifully. I have heard this before and think I have it in my collection but cannot place it.  I am looking forward to the Reveal on this one.

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Track #5 is from the 1960s.  The leader is the pianist, though of course the flute is very prominent on this piece.  He was/is also an alto sax player, but played flute a great deal.  He was known for his sideman work.

 

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I think the guitarist-leader on the track with Frisell (#13) is Jim Hall. I know they have recorded together a couple of times. 

 

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Yes, it certainly is Jim Hall, though not from the 2-disc set they did together.  

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OK, I'll go for a full ID on track #6 then: Ted Nash's "Sidewalk Meeting", with the spectacular trombone of Wycliffe Gordon. Nicely done, reminds me a bit of that Louis Armstrong tribute by Thomas Heberer and Dieter Manderscheid.

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