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Today's JAZZ playlist

Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by savv, Jan 28, 2006.

  1. juncers

    juncers Reasonably skeptical about everything

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    The Complete Verve Tal Farlow Sessions
    Outstanding!

    Ray

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  2. Kingpin5

    Kingpin5 Super Member

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    That's a lotta music for just two discs.
     
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    I've the companion record to the Peter Gunn record, it's from a knock off movie, they got the same people back together for "Gunn....Number One". Mancini provided the music and it's quite good. A find from a dusty record store.
     
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    Tom1960 Active Member

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    "Doin' the New Lowdown:
    The Music of Isham Jones and Jimmy McHugh"
    Gene Mayl's Dixieland Rhythm Kings
    Red Onion Records RO4
    (12" Stereo LP record)

    Recorded in Chicago July 9, 1979
    Released 1980

    Gene Mayl - string bass, tuba, leader
    Red Wolfe - trumpet
    Jim Haislip - trombone
    Pete Ferran - clarinet
    Jim Dapogny - piano
    Thad Vandon - drums
     
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    Oliver Nelson - Taking Care Of Business
     
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  10. KrisM

    KrisM Lunatic Member

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    I've never tried Melatonin. I'm more of a beer kinda guy.:rflmao:
     
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    Oscar Peterson + Stephane Grappelli - Skol
     

     

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    "Wingy Sings, Manone Plays -
    'Isle of Capri' & other Great Hits"
    Wingy Manone

    Jasmine JASMCD 2563 MONO
    (Compact Disc)
    Released 2000

    24 tracks recorded in 1935 and 1936 by (one-armed) New-Orleans-born trumpet player, vocalist, and band leader, Wingy Manone with "His Orchestra" and a few other ensembles.

    As the author of the liner notes points out Manone sang like Louis Prima some years before that other younger New Orlinnean trumpet player ever did.

    We're talking hot jazz here, of the kind designed to keep people's spirits up not just in their depression but in The Great Depression.


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  17. Kingpin5

    Kingpin5 Super Member

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    I like the brevity of your post. :)
     
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  18. Beau Geste

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    A remedy against double post .. :)
     
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  20. BillyBatts

    BillyBatts ALOHA! Subscriber

    I wish I was a beer guy at times. Usually after having one too may Greyhounds in Vegas. :) Luckily they don't put in much Vodka in Vegas. Now, Laughlin Nevada casinos? They liquor you up big time. One Greyhound in Laughlin and I'm toasted. Two different philosophies. Vegas casinos keep the drinks cheap to save cost. Laughlin casinos figure if you are blitzed, you'll gamble more recklessly, so they don't worry about losing money on booze when they'll get it back 10 fold on drunk wagering.

    Melatonin works for me. Especially after Jet Lag adjusting from Eastern to Hawaiian and VS VS. That six hour difference kills me. Problem is, I think it's addictive. Not like an opiate, but I find I don't sleep as well without it, so I tend to want to take one every night. Not a good thing.
     
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