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4 hours ago, jazzbo said:

Roy Brooks And The Artistic Truth Black Survival - “The Sahel Concert” At Town Hall

 

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Bass – Reggie Workman
Congas – Lawrence Williams
Drums – Roy Brooks
Oboe – John Stubberfield
Piano – Joe Bonner
Saxophone – Sonny Fortune
Trumpet – Cecil Bridgewater
Vocals – Dee Dee Bridgewater, JorDora Marshall

Sun Ra preachiness and atmospherics.

Didn't know what I was in for. Underwhelmed sadly.

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Byrd with the Mizell Brothers, part II:

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and this archival release, recorded in 1970 but not released until 1996:

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with Henry Franklin (b) & Carl Burnett (d)

 

 

 

11 minutes ago, Peter Friedman said:

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Yeeeesssssss.   :wub:

 

 

7 hours ago, jazzbo said:

Shirley Horn “I Thought About You–Live at Vine St.” cd

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I really like that one.  :tup

 

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On 2/25/2024 at 3:38 PM, John Tapscott said:

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"Shape of Jazz To Come" ......this is the one that has "Lonely Woman", is it ? That tune was the absolut favourite of my mother in her very last years, she died only a month short of her 102nd Birthday last year. 

She loved that tune and at least in her mid to late 90´s she still was movin around and loved a little wooden bench near a brook and told me "tell them burgermasters or who it is, to name that bench officially "Ornette Coleman Bench".....

 

My own experience with Ornette Coleman had started with "Empty Foxhole" and "Crisis" in the early 70s. When I finally found "Jazz to Come'" it sounded more like a straight ahead thing and I didn´t understand why critics or publics called that "Free Jazz" which it definitly isn´t . I was very open for Free Jazz from the very start of my listening to jazz......

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