Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by savv, Jan 28, 2006.
The Cookers - The Call Of The Wild And Peaceful Heart -
Dakota Staton - Late, Late Show (Capitol)
That one brings back memories. When I was probably 8 years old that was one of the handful of albums that my parents had, and I would play it, especially Fallout, with that walking bass line opening, cool flute, and a sharp trumpet solo -- it was very probably the first jazz I ever heard, although I didn't recognize it as such . . .
Roy Haynes/Phineas Newborn/Paul Chambers: We Three
John Coltrane - Olé Coltrane -
Not sure who Our World music is or what the source is on this album but it was 1.00 at the thrift store today. Sounds pretty good.
Blue Mitchell Sextet: Blue Soul
Erroll Garner - Feeling Is Believing (MPS)
Harold Mabern - Right on Time
Manu Katché - Neighbourhood -
Ahmad Jamal - Piano Scene of Ahmad Jamal (Epic)
with John Colrane
in 'N out
I think the Columbia might be a UK issue. Haven't explored it.
Haven't heard this one but it looks great. Love Wess & Roker. Billy your sleep issue is the story of my life.
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