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wow! A new convert!,
This review is from: Chamber Music Society (Audio CD)Having never listened to jazz before...I bought this album on a spur of the moment having read a review in a national newspaper. I have not been disappointed! I'm not sure what to say really about the album as I'm not qualified enough to talk about jazz...but what I do know is that I like good music. And I can tell you, this is good music. Fantastic vocals, brilliant musicianship, catchy songs. If anyone wants to point me in the direction of some other good jazz albums that would be greatly appreciated!
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Initial post: 22 Nov 2010 11:38:51 GMT
THE place to start exploring jazz is with Miles...Kind of Blue being an essential recording.
I stumbled across jazz in similar fashion after listening to a trio from Denmark, called E.S.T.
In reply to an earlier post on 5 Dec 2010 09:58:04 GMT
F. Hundt says:
e.s.t. were brilliant!..... but from sweden ;-)
you should also check out some Coltrane. can't point out any recording in particular but songa like "Naima" or "Central Park West" are unbeatable.
if you're up to some contemporary stuff, i'd also recommend Josť Jame especially hir debut "The Dreamer".
In reply to an earlier post on 8 Jul 2011 10:50:50 BDT
Matthew Thomas says:
Just wanted to say I finally got around to ordering Retrospective: The very best of E.S.T and I love it! Thanks for the tip :)
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