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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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Lynch makes such a lovely sound.  ... And Lewis Nash always swings.

 

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28 minutes ago, soulpope said:

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58 minutes ago, Peter Friedman said:

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7 hours ago, mjazzg said:

That's a cracker

I know nothing about it, and had no expectations. Did he do anything else comparable?

 

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41 minutes ago, Rabshakeh said:

I know nothing about it, and had no expectations. Did he do anything else comparable?

 

  I listened to it because of Surman.  There's an album with Surman and Albert Mangelsdorff which isn't that similar but worth hearing

https://www.discogs.com/Albert-Mangelsdorff-John-Surman-Room-1220/release/4523241

I like this one too

https://www.discogs.com/Eddy-Louiss-Bohemia-After-Dark/release/1051257

Others here will undoubtedly know a lot more about him than me

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Steve Kuhn Trio - Pavanne For A Dead Princess

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3 hours ago, Rabshakeh said:

I know nothing about it, and had no expectations. Did he do anything else comparable?

 

2 hours ago, mjazzg said:

  I listened to it because of Surman.  There's an album with Surman and Albert Mangelsdorff which isn't that similar but worth hearing

https://www.discogs.com/Albert-Mangelsdorff-John-Surman-Room-1220/release/4523241

I like this one too

https://www.discogs.com/Eddy-Louiss-Bohemia-After-Dark/release/1051257

I think My Kind of Sabi is terrific too.  I included it in my 70s jazz favorites survey.  :) 

Eddy Louiss' most famous work might be his sideman appearance on Stan Getz's Dynasty.  (This record is TREMENDOUS, and it's also in my 70s survey.)

Other Louiss records that I know & would recommend:
Trio Humair, Louiss, Ponty - Vol. 1 (Dreyfus)
- Trio Humair, Louiss, Ponty - Vol. 2 (Dreyfus)
- Eddy Louiss Trio with Kenny Clarke &  René Thomas (Dreyfus)
- Ivan Jullien, Eddy Louiss - Porgy and Bess (Riviera/Gitanes)
- Stan Getz - Communication '72 (Verve/Gitanes)

 

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Acoustic Guitar – Håvard Skaset
Contrabass – Guro Skumsnes Moe, Tony Dryer
Percussion – Jacob Felix Heule

Cover – Lasse Marhaug

 

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Messe de Liverpool * La noire à 60 * Granulométrie

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6 hours ago, HutchFan said:

 

I think My Kind of Sabi is terrific too.  I included it in my 70s jazz favorites survey.  :) 

Eddy Louiss' most famous work might be his sideman appearance on Stan Getz's Dynasty.  (This record is TREMENDOUS, and it's also in my 70s survey.)

Other Louiss records that I know & would recommend:
Trio Humair, Louiss, Ponty - Vol. 1 (Dreyfus)
- Trio Humair, Louiss, Ponty - Vol. 2 (Dreyfus)
- Eddy Louiss Trio with Kenny Clarke &  René Thomas (Dreyfus)
- Ivan Jullien, Eddy Louiss - Porgy and Bess (Riviera/Gitanes)
- Stan Getz - Communication '72 (Verve/Gitanes)

 

Thank you for these.

I actually hadn't picked it up until recently. I don't recall quite why I noted the name but it is pretty likely that I did so because I saw it on your 70s blog, so a big thank you for that too.

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3 hours ago, ghost of miles said:

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Excellent ....

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3 hours ago, Referentzhunter said:

Messe de Liverpool * La noire à 60 * Granulométrie

I swore that when I got this (“galaxie”), that I didn’t need yet another Henry box set, but it does have some works not available in any of the others and he rarely disappoints me. His “Apocalypse de Jean” is my second favorite piece of music in my whole collection - has been for 50 years.

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Sal Salvador "Quintet / Kenton Presents the Sal Salvador Quartet" Blue Note Connoisseur cd. 

Two 10" records--one Blue Note, one Capitol, reissued on one cd. Nice stuff that I haven't played in way too long.

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Something to brighten up my Monday morning:  

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Damn near essential, especially the Hines & James P. stuff.

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