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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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Early Rubalcaba:

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Originally, Zbigniew Seifert was supposed to play this Berlin Jazz Festival gig,
but because of travel troubles with the authorities in Poland and Germany,
he couldn't make the trip and they used Michał Urbaniak instead.

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12 hours ago, Dub Modal said:

I dig that album too. My first Mingus was Ah Um and it didn't really grab me. Wasn't until I heard the unedited workshop stuff on the Candid albums that I became a big Mingus fan. 

My first Mingus Album was "The Great Concert of Charles Mingus" from 1964 with Eric Dolphy, Cliff Jordan, Jakie Byard and Danny Richmond.

At that time, mid 70´s I was only 16 years old, I had only to records: Miles "Steamin´" and Mingus "Great Concert" (I had sold the 3 Oscar Peterson albums I had before, because they didn´t interest me anymore after hearing Red Garland on Miles´ "Steaming" and Jakie Byard with Mingus. It seems I was meant to get in some heavier stuff from the very start on. I said this is the greatest stuff I ever heard, those tempo changes, changes of moods, sometimes hard swinging, sometimes gettin almost into free jazz, it was MY GUIDE to the history of jazz (Parkeriana) and the then future of jazz (Meditations on Integration). So it was "Parkeriana" that I first heard or read about the name Charlie Parker, so I began to listen to Bird after I had heard Mingus......

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17 hours ago, HutchFan said:

NP via YT:

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Hermeto Pascoal & Grupo Vice Versa - Viajando Com O Som: The Lost '76 Vice-Versa Studio Session (Far Out, 2017)

:tupExcellent:tup ....

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"Miles Davis at Fillmore" was one of the first records I bought for my collection way back in the early 'seventies, and "Thursday Miles" was my favorite side. Today I'm listening to disc 2, the unedited "Thursday Miles" of this set, the Bootleg Series Vol. 3, the Japanese Blu-Spec CD2 version.

LOVE this music!

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Airto Moreira - Struck by Lightning (Venture, 1989)
with guest spots by Chick, Herbie, Stanley Clarke, and Mark Egan

 

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Haven't played this in ages - probably because it's an audio DVD.

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"The Complete Louis Armstrong Columbia and RCA Studio Recording 1946 to 1966" Mosaic Records, disc 6 

More alternates from "Plays Fats Waller" and then "The Real Ambassadors." I've always loved that album.

Sound on this set is just grand!

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Double Bass – Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen
Drums – Alvin Queen
Flute – James Newton
Keyboards – Neven Frangeš
Vibraphone – Boško Petrović

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1 hour ago, rostasi said:

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Double Bass – Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen
Drums – Alvin Queen
Flute – James Newton
Keyboards – Neven Frangeš
Vibraphone – Boško Petrović

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I'd love to hear the one with James Newton

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59 minutes ago, mjazzg said:

I'd love to hear the one with James Newton.

I uploaded the first track for you to hear it.

 

 

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32 minutes ago, rostasi said:

I uploaded the first track for you to hear it.

 

 

Thank you so much. 

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33 minutes ago, rostasi said:

I uploaded the first track for you to hear it.

 

 

Excellent steady swinging rhythm section. Like it very much.

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Edition II 

Oh yes!!!

I remember buying 'Ascension' a bit too early in my Jazz listening life and listening to it, scared me witless :rolleyes:

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23 hours ago, HutchFan said:

NP via YT:

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Hermeto Pascoal & Grupo Vice Versa - Viajando Com O Som: The Lost '76 Vice-Versa Studio Session (Far Out, 2017)

 

eccentric cover ... 

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3 minutes ago, soulpope said:

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One of John Patton's best, IMO. :tup

I also love Jimmy Ponder's work on that record. 

 

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Just now, HutchFan said:

One of John Patton's best, IMO. :tup

I also love Jimmy Ponder's work on that record. 

Yes + yes ....

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NP:

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Steve Kuhn - Oceans in the Sky (Owl, 1990)
with Miroslav Vitous and Aldo Romano

 

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