Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by savv, Jan 28, 2006.
Insane for Coltrane...
Get busy with Dizzy...
My copy of the album has this cover, with the shot of 'Trane in the kitchen in the inner gatefold. It's good they saw which image makes for be a better cover. It was also one of my most played albums in college.
Been digging Art Blakey lately—the title track is so good and his drumming is just amazing...
I've got this one. Love the David Stone Martin cover, classic mid-50s vibe(pun intended). DSM must've had a lock on Granz, he did so many album covers for Norgran and then Verve.
Whisper in the Mirror
Great music and flawless recording!
Countdown Records HDCD UND 17796
Art Blakey Quintet ~ A Night at Birdland ~ Volumes 1 & 2
It's a Blakey kind of evening I guess—
Some Night Train. Oscar Peterson been playing about 45 min already
This might be my favorite quintet ever; man, could these guys play! Clifford Brown is at the absolute top of his game on this recording...
Herbie Hancock - Magic Windows
I got a few Hancock LP's with Denon TT last year. First time for this one from '81. A little funky.
I love these albums and the Pee Wee Marquette intro's are great.
Yeah, Pee Wee is a gas. Great line-up and I think Silver really puts it over the top as always.
Patti Austin - For Ella
Nice tribute album.
Louie Bellson, Loose Walk
Thanks for the write up. I always enjoy your insights and passion for jazz. I will go find Live in Paris and listen.
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