Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by savv, Jan 28, 2006.
One of those covers that makes me need to hear the recording.
Gerry Mulligan/Art Farmer Quartet - Chico Hamilton/Eric Dolphy Quintet: Complete At Newport 1958
You really conveyed my feelings as well. The musicians have legit jazz chops and feel without ramming it down your throat. I love this album.
I love that album. Most of the cuts are on the mellow side, but overall, it's a winner IMO.
It's not a pretty thing losing sleep. I feel for you, especially when you have to get up and get going to work or for your family needs. Melatonin helps me with Jet Lag and adjusting to time zones, but then I seem to get into a slump where I'm up at odd hours, and then want to sleep in the middle of the day.
Ricky Ford -- Loxodonta Africana
The Complete Verve Tal Farlow Sessions
That's a lotta music for just two discs.
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.
Walther Smith III - Twio -
Good stuff, released about a month ago.
Nobody Else But Eric
Julian Lage - Modern Lore -
Another 2018 release I'm rather enjoying.
"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
Gene Mayl - string bass, tuba, leader
Red Wolfe - trumpet
Jim Haislip - trombone
Pete Ferran - clarinet
Jim Dapogny - piano
Thad Vandon - drums
Oliver Nelson - Taking Care Of Business
I've never tried Melatonin. I'm more of a beer kinda guy.
Oscar Peterson + Stephane Grappelli - Skol
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