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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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Yes, this is very nice! You were lucky to be in the audience.
I see listings for concerts I want to see there, but it’s nearly 4800 miles away. :g

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Is "out of our constrictions" an overt George Clinton reference?

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I thought of that too.

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Jackie McLean: Capuchin Swing

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Nights on Saturn (communication)by [Ahmed] (Astral Spirits)

Pat Thomas - Piano
Joel Grip - Bass
Antonin Gerbal - Drums
Seymour Wright - Alto saxophone
 

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Bud Shank & Bob Cooper ‎– European Tour '57

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On 11/29/2020 at 3:56 PM, Dub Modal said:

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Both of these albums have Elmo Hope & Frank Butler, and both are excellent. Btw: Frank Butler is out-freaking-standing. 

Just saw your post from 2020 and wanted to wholeheartedly agree!  The Fox is an amazing album with mystery man Dupree Bolton, Elmo Hope & Harold Land cooking well, and yes, Frank Butler is really impressive on this disc. And the Elmo Hope Trio lp on Contemporary? I think it's best piano trio lp of all time.

 

And tonight I'm listening to Smokin At The Half Note by Wes.

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2 minutes ago, Deadman said:

And the Elmo Hope Trio lp on Contemporary? I think it's best piano trio lp of all time.

Can't get enough Elmo! :tup

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27 minutes ago, Deadman said:

Just saw your post from 2020 and wanted to wholeheartedly agree!  The Fox is an amazing album with mystery man Dupree Bolton, Elmo Hope & Harold Land cooking well, and yes, Frank Butler is really impressive on this disc. And the Elmo Hope Trio lp on Contemporary? I think it's best piano trio lp of all time.

 

And tonight I'm listening to Smokin At The Half Note by Wes.

I had the great pleasure of reviewing "The Fox" for Down Beat when it it came out.

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13 minutes ago, Larry Kart said:

I had the great pleasure of reviewing "The Fox" for Down Beat when it it came out.

That's very cool. I'll have to go thru my 1960s Downbeats and check it out. Say, you live in Highland Park?  I'm a neighbor from down south in Wilmette. By any chance did you know Jim Neumann?

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Both "The Fox" and the Hope trio sessions were initially issued on the HIFI label.

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7 minutes ago, Chuck Nessa said:

Both "The Fox" and the Hope trio sessions were initially issued on the HIFI label.

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I definitely didn't know that relationship when I played these back to back. Interesting. 

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Jean Schwarz - Quatre Saisons

Composed in 1982-83, for voice, electronics, natural and instrumental sounds treated by computer. 
Text based on Goethe's poem "The Four Seasons."

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Yes, I knew Jim. Not as well as I might have, but our paths certainly crossed. Chuck Nessa knew Jim better than I did.

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7 hours ago, rostasi said:

Jean Schwarz - Quatre Saisons

Composed in 1982-83, for voice, electronics, natural and instrumental sounds treated by computer. 
Text based on Goethe's poem "The Four Seasons."

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nice to realize i am not alone listening to electronic Musique concrète, Avant-Garde !@ so much to discover here.

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With: Albert Dailey, Joe Cohn, George Duvivier, Ronnie Bedford

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Setsubun (節分)

Chris Jusell - violin

Chaz Prymek - bass, guitar, synthesizer, clarinet, field recordings

Matthew Sage - keyboards, percussion, radio, field recordings

Patrick Shiroishi - alto, tenor, and soprano saxophones, clarinet, glockenspiel, samples, voice

Lovely stuff! https://patrickshiroishi.bandcamp.com/album/setsubun

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2 hours ago, Referentzhunter said:

nice to realize i am not alone listening to electronic Musique concrète, Avant-Garde !@ so much to discover here.

😄 Well, actually that’s my profession.

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