Today's JAZZ playlist

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  1. bluemonkey

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    Richie Kamuca Quartet & Octet: Tenor Ahead
     
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    Hank Crawford / More Soul
    1961 Atlantic
     
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    This is the second from Jazzcity that I've seen that features Kamuca. I've got a Shorty Rogers box set from the 50s by the same label. I need to hunt these down, they all look good. Would live the vinyl, but who knows how or where they exist.

    Oh Wait! I forgot- money talks...enough money and they'd appear,;)
     
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    Joshua Redman -- Beyond

    Joshua Redman, Aaron Goldberg, Reuben Rogers, Gregory Hutchinson, Mark Turner

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    Ornette Coleman -- Science Fiction

    Ornette Coleman, Don Cherry, Charlie Haden, Ed Blackwell, Billy Higgins, Bobby Bradford, Dewey Redman, Gerard Schwarg, Carmon Fornarotto, Asha Puthli, probably someone else I missed . . .

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  8. Vincent Bélanger and Anne Bisson - Conversations (XLO 25th Anniversary Edition)

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    John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman

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    Retitled Josie Jazz Series 1962 reissue of Herb Geller's 1959 Jubilee release of "Fire in the West". Love hearing Harold Land and Kenny Dorham here. (I've seen a few Herb Geller records in the past, but now I'll be snapping them up when I get a chance :D).

    The other day, I was talking with a coworker who is also into Jazz, and found myself in the position of having to defend so-called "West-Coast Jazz". It's strange to me that you could (or would want to—) make hierarchies of "good" music. Whatever...

    Alto Saxophone – Herb Geller
    Bass – Ray Brown
    Drums – Lawrence Marable
    Piano – Lou Levy
    Tenor Saxophone – Harold Land
    Trumpet – Kenny Dorham


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    D2D and a killer bottom end. A solid recording that has it all including a killer drum solo track, and great horn section.
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    That's crazy that there are still people who are into jazz, but go there with regards to "west coast" stuff.

    I guess you could count yourself lucky that you at least have a co-worker that can have a conversation about it. All I've ever gotten when I talk jazz with people is something like, "I like jazz. But not the stuff that is 'be-blop-da-lop-dee-dwidley-dee. Do you know what I mean?". Ugh, not really, but whatever.

    Back on topic, but how could anybody go all 'that's West Coast' with that Geller Album? That's a heavy hitter lineup.
     
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    Sammy Davis Jr. & Count Basie / Our Shinning Hour
    1965 Verve
    1973 MGM (reissue)
     
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    PAUL DESMOND & THE MODERN JAZZ QUARTET
    Recorded Live on December 25, 1971 at Town Hall/NYC
    Paul Desmond
    The Modern Jazz Quartet


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    Herbie Hancock - My Point of View
     
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    Session II
    A showcase of Yamaha instruments played by some serious players! Lee ritenour, Ernie watts, Steve Forman, Alex Acuna, and others. D2D
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    Regards,
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    Herbie Hancock - Maiden Voyage
     
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    To badly paraphrase Duke, 'There's good music and then there is the rest......'
     

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