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Ravi Coltrane

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Did anybody go see Ravi Coltrane in Santa Cruz. I think it was Monday night.  I wanted to go but didn't for fear of I might hear

 

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I've seen Ravi live many times. What is he doing now that might offend anyone?

This is from his last release as a leader:

 

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13 hours ago, bresna said:

I've seen Ravi live many times. What is he doing now that might offend anyone?

What do you mean?

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12 minutes ago, Rabshakeh said:

What do you mean?

Look at the initial post. "I wanted to go but didn't for fear of I might hear". What does that mean?

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The OP is not a fan of ideas introduced into straightahead jazz after 1960

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I saw him at SFJAZZ about a week ago in a sit-down discussion about doing the music of his parents, particularly his mother.

May be an image of 6 people, people standing and indoor

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10 hours ago, Guy Berger said:

The OP is not a fan of ideas introduced into straightahead jazz after 1960

Taste is taste but it's a shame because there's so much great music after 1960 in jazz/BAM. As much as I love hard bop these days, the more electronics integrated in stuff is what I gravitate towards now especially as I started to get into MIDI study theory and start creating music 

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In recent years I've heard him three times with Jack DeJohnette and Matt Garrison, once in a duet with David Virelles, and as a guest artist with Brandee Younger. For me, at this point in time he is quite good  on the higher pitched horns, soprano and sopranino, and decent on tenor. Somehow his tenor playing seems a bit underpowered.

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