JSngry

So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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On 5/8/2021 at 4:57 PM, jazzbo said:

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Jackie Terasson/Cassandra Wilson "Rendezvous" Blue Note Japan cd.

Love this collaboration.

This one again.

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It was time for some T.

Jack Teagarden "Big 'T's Dixieland Band" Capitol mono LP

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R.I.P. Curtis Fuller

 

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Anthony (Tony) Williams "Life Time" Blue Note Japan cd

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Drug music, make no mistake.

1 hour ago, Joe said:

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How is it?

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5 minutes ago, JSngry said:

Drug music, make no mistake.

Which drug?

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Some kind of opiate. Or alcohol. For people who can do it without worrying about getting it or running out of it or getting public with it.

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Graciela, Mario Bauza and Friends - Afro-Cuban Jazz (Caiman, 1987)

 

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13 minutes ago, JSngry said:

Some kind of opiate. Or alcohol. For people who can do it without worrying about getting it or running out of it or getting public with it.

Interesting. Streaming now and it's got a strong lounge music vibe going, meaning to me it's background music. Unobtrusive, mellow and not very interesting if listened to closely. Melvoin is new for me in regard to an organ player. 

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Actually, more interesting if you listen closely. Very specific decisions being made in terms of timbre, decisions that can get you into a really narcotic zone of a space of sweet clouds with no rough edges. Everything to make you float, nothing to make you hurt.

Not everybody likes to float, true. But there are many different types of float for those who do. This one is soft, painless, and floaty as fuck.

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David Sanchez "Street Scenes" Columbia cd

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5 minutes ago, JSngry said:

Actually, more interesting if you listen closely. Very specific decisions being made in terms of timbre, decisions that can get you into a really narcotic zone of a space of sweet clouds with no rough edges. Everything to make you float, nothing to make you hurt.

Not everybody likes to float, true. But there are many different types of float for those who do. This one is soft, painless, and floaty as fuck.

Hmmm...will have to listen more closely then, but will need better speakers than these laptop ones. 

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which was easily - and correctly filed under Bley, alongside Coleman Classics. But now....Cherry? Huh? No.

 

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55 minutes ago, JSngry said:

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Drug music, make no mistake.

How is it?

The Laws is... not bad. Production is marred by a few MOR artifacts, but, overall, a very fine showing from Ronnie and his band.

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Fits on one CD with the other one.

The inquiring mind wants to know....what else is there still extant?

It's a groove listening to Paul Bley comp behind Ornette...and then to go to the Floater session.

 

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This reminded me that my favorite playing by Wayne Shorter was when he was with Art Blakey. His solo on "Tell It Like It Is", is a delight.

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Beautiful indeed ....

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2 hours ago, JSngry said:

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Fits on one CD with the other one.

The inquiring mind wants to know....what else is there still extant?

It's a groove listening to Paul Bley comp behind Ornette...and then to go to the Floater session.

 

I believe Paul lost most of his tapes in a fire.

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5 hours ago, jazzbo said:

It was time for some T.

Jack Teagarden "Big 'T's Dixieland Band" Capitol mono LP

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:tup

 

I'm listening to the Fuller Mosaic set right now, but T is always a great choice!

 

 

gregmo

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17 minutes ago, Chuck Nessa said:

I believe Paul lost most of his tapes in a fire.

damn.

he had a bunch of video too, iirc, one of the early jazz-to-vhs proponents, right?

that's a terrible loss, horrible, actually.

One hopes that there is a repository of 2nd-generation copies of pieces still remaining.

With legal rights and stuff being what they are, the Anderluzzionans could do far worse than to combine these two Hillcrest LPs into one disc. they seem to not give a damn about that no matter what, so here, go do this then.

Then again, I done did my own, so...

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Nice selection of Tjader's Verve material chosen by Eddie Palmieri.

 

 

38 minutes ago, Peter Friedman said:

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Excellent!  Cream skimmed from the top of ON's Mosaic set. :)

 

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