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  1. #126
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    New album by Johnathan Blake Homeward Bound is smokin.

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    Did not find mention thus far of Garage a Trois or it’s main members
    Stanton Moore (drums),
    Charlie Hunter (8 string guitar+bass) &
    Skerik (sax)

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    The passing of Pat Martino hasn't been mentioned. He's been in heavy rotation in my office, damn fine music for grinding out reports on the computer.

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    I wouldn't call myself a fan of jazz, but I have been listening to Miles Davis a bit recently, I was listening to On The Corner the other night, while I was mounting my new skis.



    Back in the day I saw Ornette Coleman with Grateful Dead....

    I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the LORD do all these things. -אלוהים אדירים

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    ^ Check out Bill Laswell's remix's of Miles's electric period if you haven't yet


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    From todays New York Times
    The Canonization of St John Coltrane
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    https://www.nytimes.com/2021/12/03/t...ne-church.html
    May be paywalled - view in incognito window

    And for some accompaniment to your reading

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    This showed up today. Waiting for the kids to fall asleep so we can finish Xmas setup.
    I stumbled across this at grey whale, and when they went to wash it, it broke, so no luck. Checked Spotify and apple music, no dice. eBay to the rescue.
    Chill downtempo stye remix of the original herb Alpert's tijuana brass band whipped cream and other delights album. Bunch of different artists remixing, and new trumpet from herb. Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by basinbeater View Post
    This showed up today. Waiting for the kids to fall asleep so we can finish Xmas setup.
    I stumbled across this at grey whale, and when they went to wash it, it broke, so no luck. Checked Spotify and apple music, no dice. eBay to the rescue.
    Chill downtempo stye remix of the original herb Alpert's tijuana brass band whipped cream and other delights album. Bunch of different artists remixing, and new trumpet from herb. Click image for larger version. 

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    Love to hear it
    Thelonius Monk's complete Riverside recordings on now.
    Monk on keys and whole host of others with him
    Sonny Rollins, Coltrane, Art Blakey, Oscar Pattifore, Max Roach, etc etc
    Its titties

  9. #134
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    this is awesome thanks for posting, listening on YT now. Grew up to the 'rents spinning this a lot and and found my manhood to that original album cover
    Quote Originally Posted by basinbeater View Post
    This showed up today. Waiting for the kids to fall asleep so we can finish Xmas setup.
    I stumbled across this at grey whale, and when they went to wash it, it broke, so no luck. Checked Spotify and apple music, no dice. eBay to the rescue.
    Chill downtempo stye remix of the original herb Alpert's tijuana brass band whipped cream and other delights album. Bunch of different artists remixing, and new trumpet from herb. Click image for larger version. 

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  10. #135
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    Stumbled across Anterloper and Jamie Branch earlier this summer...Amazing. Sadly she passed away really young last year.




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    anything and everything from henry threadgill is superb.
    listening to this right now and will purchase tomorrow when price drops
    https://henrythreadgill.bandcamp.com...-and-more-dirt

    this is where i first caught on almost 35 years ago. he's never stopped pushing the envelope.

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    here's a drummer i came across after hearing his drum solo sountrack for Birdman. i later found out Antonio Sanchez also did the drum solos for the cable series Get Shorty.

    not sure how i went so long NOT knowing of this great (and very much recorded) drummer. metheny played locally recently. if i'd known sanchez was in his group THEN i'd have gone.


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    one more;


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    first heard this soon after it came out.
    features some of bill frisell's smokingest guitar.
    this album changed my ears forever.

    tim berne continues to produce challenging music on his screwgun label.
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    Caught Pat Metheny at the Egyptian in PC a few weeks back. Mind blowing.
    I rip the groomed on tele gear

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    nice. i really should have gone.

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    Jazz really is a world of its own, isn't it? Wayne Shorter embodies the spirit of jazz with his incredible talent and versatility. His work with Miles Davis and his solo endeavors are timeless. It's like that moment you described with Material's 'Hallucination Engine'—when jazz blends seamlessly into your surroundings, creating a perfect moment. And speaking of Miles Davis, it's pretty cool to see his influence reaching into fashion with that HUF clothing line. Shows how jazz icons continue to inspire beyond music. Then there's Eugene McDaniels, a genius in blending genres and pushing boundaries. His work, especially in 'Headless Heroes of the Apocalypse,' is a testament to the depth and diversity of jazz. It's like a never-ending exploration, each artist offering a unique perspective on this rich, ever-evolving genre.

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    RIP Les McCann, a pioneer of the electric keyboard.
    Fun fact - when he first did “Compared to What” live with Eddie Harris, he was so baked on hash he didn’t know what he was doing



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    Loved that record^
    Merde De Glace On the Freak When Ski
    >>>200 cm Black Bamboo Sidewalled DPS Lotus 120 : Best Skis Ever <<<

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    Yeah, me too. Especially considering they did virtually no rehearsing prior


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    Introducing the boy to some standards.

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    ^^^Very nice - on vinyl no less!
    You’re a great father…

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    THEY SHOT THE PIANO PLAYER
    My grasp on Jazz is pretty loose, so some of this film went over my head.
    I understand why they chose Jeff Goldblum as the narrator, but he was ultimately distracting. The overall “mystery” was basically solved early on, so the search for the “truth” became a bit redundant, not to mention confusing trying to keep up with all the various people being interviewed.
    The music was stellar though, as is the animation.
    In short, if you are a fan of Bossa Nova, I would recommend checking this out.

    Info on the film:
    https://www.sonyclassics.com/film/th...hepianoplayer/


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    "Man, we killin' elephants in the back yard..."

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