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53 minutes ago, Pim said:

I am shocked 😵‍💫;)

Yes, sorry...

Meanwhile, playing now

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Anthony Braxton - New York, Fall 1974 [Arista, 1975]

This is such a very great album, blew me away when I first heard it and it still sounds vital today. What a quartet.

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1 hour ago, Pim said:

It does ;) @mjazzg and @HutchFan are mostly like minded in jazz with me and a pretty good reference in what I like and not so when they like something and I don’t I start doubting myself…

Nobody else's ears are as good as your own.  

On the other hand, it's fun & healthy to challenge your ears to hear new things.  Movement, growth, and all that.

A bit of a contradiction!

 

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Anthony Braxton - Five Pieces 1975 [Arista 1975]

Companion piece, and the best Braxton cover picture which always makes me think of this cover

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26 minutes ago, Rabshakeh said:

Pure classic. And the flip side is good too.

You're right there but side one just explodes out of the blocks with such joie de vivre

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1 hour ago, HutchFan said:

Nobody else's ears are as good as your own.  

On the other hand, it's fun & healthy to challenge your ears to hear new things.  Movement, growth, and all that.

A bit of a contradiction!

 

Agreed 100%. I’ve learned to like a lot of music by keep playing it. Sometimes you just never reach that point where it works out for you, but a lot of times you do. My shelves are full with music by artists I did not really appreciate at first. Among them are Horace Tapscott, Jackie McLean, Sam Rivers and Wayne Shorter. I wouldn’t want to live without them now!

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30 minutes ago, Rabshakeh said:

What is this? Looks interesting.

Poetry to minimal Jazz backing, some percussion and sax. Works really well, enough music to make it not just poetry and enough poetry to command attention.

Completely new to me, punt from HJ. Some short samples on their site

And only 30 minutes long so doesn't overstay its welcome. There's another just been reissued which I may go for now

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6 hours ago, mjazzg said:

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Anthony Braxton - Five Pieces 1975 [Arista 1975]

Companion piece, and the best Braxton cover picture which always makes me think of this cover

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You're right there but side one just explodes out of the blocks with such joie de vivre

Great record, love the Max Romeo version 

 

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3 hours ago, Pim said:

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how bout this one @mjazzg?

Sorry, not for me @Pim mind you I did come to that conclusion about 20 years ago so maybe I should give it another try 

I know I'm in a very small minority but I find the Tyner Milestones lack light and shade, they are all a bit full on and overly robust, almost as if they're trying to prove something. But I should revisit.

I saw him play a couple of times in the 90s in a trio and he was fabulous

Edit to add: I do like Sama Layuca a lot

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