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Posted on 7 Nov 2009 11:17:12 GMT
del says:
Ramsey Lewis.... Maiden Voyage
Sahib Shihab......All Those Cat's
and just rediscovered Johnny Hammond......Gamblers Life.......Classic

Posted on 7 Nov 2009 19:36:04 GMT
Nikica Gilic says:
Original Album Classics by duke ellington... plenty of good music... senor ellington, yo te qero mucho, mucho, mucho

In reply to an earlier post on 8 Nov 2009 00:28:06 GMT
You should now go on to Mingus Dynasty, then maybe Blues And Roots, Mingus Oh Yeah etc etc

Posted on 8 Nov 2009 02:06:43 GMT
gary husband's 'meeting of spirits', bill frisell's 'disfarmer' and never ending obsession with all jarrett records.

Posted on 8 Nov 2009 12:35:47 GMT
R. K. Hunter says:
MJQ with Sonny Rollins, Nice and bright on a drizzly morning before Lunch.

Posted on 9 Nov 2009 19:58:56 GMT
Nikica Gilic says:
M. L.,
if you were talking to me, I'm happy to say I LUV Mingus Dynasty; one of my favorite jazz albums EVER...
And I like Oh Yeah as well... You guessed right about my tastes!
10 points for you!
Do you also like both Ellington and Mingus, or are you more of a Mingus person?

Posted on 13 Nov 2009 01:23:38 GMT
DT says:
At this very moment it's Grover Washington recorded live at the Hollywood Bowl in 1972, earlier it was an album of standards played by the Pim Jacobs Trio with Ruud Brink (from Holland)

Posted on 13 Nov 2009 19:25:37 GMT
R. K. Hunter says:
Duke Ellington - Small groups 1938, inc Johnny Hodges and his Orchestra plus Cootie Williams and his Rug Cutters.

Posted on 13 Nov 2009 20:11:32 GMT
Nikica Gilic says:
Jazz Characters Vol.49 - Lennie Tristano: Pastime

Posted on 14 Nov 2009 12:45:39 GMT
R. K. Hunter says:
music for our lunch time in england Chet Baker and Stan Getz, "All the Things You Are"....

In reply to an earlier post on 14 Nov 2009 13:00:04 GMT
Carradale says:
Stan Tracey Octet - The Early Years

Drivin' !!!

Posted on 14 Nov 2009 13:48:44 GMT
cat mat says:
How about Jose James 'The Dreamer'? - just beautiful, close your eyes and enjoy.

Posted on 15 Nov 2009 18:17:36 GMT
Nikica Gilic says:
Cornell 1964 Charles Mingus Sextet with Eric Dolphy... Newly found, released in 2007, beautiful.

Posted on 15 Nov 2009 18:21:59 GMT
Last edited by the author on 15 Nov 2009 18:22:21 GMT
Paris / London - Testament - Keith Jarrett; his best for a while!

Posted on 16 Nov 2009 15:11:48 GMT
A. Spilman says:
Donny McCaslin - Recommended Tools
Jimmy Greene - Mission Statement
Vijay Iyer - Historicity

Posted on 16 Nov 2009 15:56:33 GMT
Im listening to Bill Frisell - Disfarmer, Joe Lovano - Kids, Trio VD - Fill it up with Ghosts, Sonny Rollins - Live at the Vanguard, Lee Konitz - Motion, Craig Taborn - Junk Magic, Outhouse - Ruhabi, Paul Bley - Footloose ...

Posted on 16 Nov 2009 22:18:48 GMT
Last edited by the author on 16 Nov 2009 22:19:29 GMT
R. K. Hunter says:
Gerry Mulligan- Chet Baker, Pianoless Quartet inc Chico Hamilton on drums, read some where C.Hamilton Still working, great. 88 not out!!!, (Cricket Term that means great score/age and still playing, for all the none British readers.)

In reply to an earlier post on 17 Nov 2009 20:55:28 GMT
Edwardobop says:
A solo piano performance that, dare I say it, rivals Keith J.

Fred Hersch in Amsterdam "Live at the Bimhuis". Includes a sublime version of The Peacocks.


In reply to an earlier post on 17 Nov 2009 21:57:43 GMT
Carradale says:
Louis Prima - Rhythm Man!

In reply to an earlier post on 17 Nov 2009 22:05:38 GMT
Nikica Gilic says:
Benny Goodman 1931-1935; with Jack and Charlie Teagarden, Mildred Bailey, Billie Holiday, Teddy Wilson, Joe Sullivan....

Posted on 18 Nov 2009 11:16:16 GMT
Radio Three's coverage of the London Jazz festival, seems to be more than ever before and some great music too.

In reply to an earlier post on 18 Nov 2009 12:45:33 GMT
Nikica Gilic says:
Stephen, who's participating at that festival?

In reply to an earlier post on 18 Nov 2009 12:54:50 GMT
Carradale says:
My Fair Lady - Shelly Manne, Andre Previn, Leroy Vinnegar

Posted on 18 Nov 2009 21:02:46 GMT
R. K. Hunter says:
Oscar Peterson, early recordings on a Proper double called rightly "Genesis" that guy really knew how to' SWING', so early in his jazz life.

i used to think he was all technique and just like to see him on T V, and only thought the 'Play as i please' series was his best stuff on record, then just on spec i got a cheap 10 cd set of 50' stuff on DOCUMENTS label called 'Date With Oscar' and realized what i have been missing, so i am staring to fill in the missing bits, inclu a hole load of Jazz at The Phil, he did.

Posted on 19 Nov 2009 09:43:31 GMT
Nikica Gilic says:
I'm in a big band mood these days. Woody Herman At Carnegie Hall, 1946 - with Flip Phillips, Red Norvo, Bill Harris, Chubby Jackson...
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