Today's JAZZ playlist

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  1. BLAH BLAH

    BLAH BLAH AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    If your ever feeling jaded...down in the dumps...off colour...just put this vinyl on and turn up the volume (apologies to the neighbours!) and get the joint ahhhh jumping!!!
    Feets ahhhh tappin' ...head's ahhhh boppin'...blow those blues ahhhhwayyyy...fingers ahhh snappin' ...hips ahhh shakin'...go...go... :jump:

     
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  2. anonieme

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    Starting up with a nice compilation.
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    One side Miles the other side Art.
     
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  3. juncers

    juncers Reasonably skeptical about everything

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    Charles Mingus -- Tonight at Noon

    Ray


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  4. anonieme

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    Dutch Jazz Rock masterpiece.
    Solution ‎– Solution.
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    Label: Catfish ‎– 5C 054-24377, Catfish ‎– 5C054-24377
    Format: Vinyl, LP, Album.
    Country: Netherlands.
    Released: 1971.
    Genre: Jazz, Rock.
    Style: Fusion, Psychedelic Rock, Jazz-Rock, Prog Rock.
     
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  5. jgannon

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    I'll take Tymer's playing here and on things like "Ballads and Blues" any day over what did later and is more overtly famous for. l do like and marvel at much of that, but the kind of playing he did here is just so heartfelt, melodic, and beautiful.

    I love Stitt on both tenor and alto. Both he and Tyner on "Sunday" and "The Song Is You" - just unbelievable. I love the tunes you mention also. The whole album!
     
  6. jgannon

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    Yeah, this is a special session all the way...
     

     

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  7. BillyBatts

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  8. jgannon

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    I have that too. Great record, great BASIE! Love that cover.
     
  9. Kingpin5

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    When I started cycling through receivers I knew I didn't need watts, 30 is blowing the doors off my room. I did want that "sound" for Jazz.

    I was reading your stories of early receivers and debating equipment, that's when music and equipment meant everything. They were our "status symbols". I'm going out on a limb here, they defined our friends or cliches by music/equipment, instead of today's demarcation points of politics. I miss the old days. It seems much easier to forgive a friend for thinking Thin Lizzy was superior to Jethro Tull or Beatles over Stones, as opposed to trying to grasp why your friend or their wife voted for a certain candidate.
     
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  10. jgannon

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    Oh yeah, there are a lot of people that we never heard of, or only heard a little of. Check out some of those great Buck Clayton jam sessions and listen to pianist Al Waslohn. NICE player. Or another pianist, Lee Lovett. I heard this great drummer named Georgia "Dude" Brown with Illinois Jacquet, who came up to New York from Washington DC. What a great player.
     
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  11. DC

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    Thanks for posting this one. I’ve got it upstairs but haven’t spun it in years. It’s going in queue!
     

     

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  12. Kingpin5

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    Bloomfield was a great guitarist, but had a nasty habit.
     
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  13. Kingpin5

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    You are correct. It's like a find in a dusty old shop is worth way more then the $2.50 spent.
     
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  14. Kingpin5

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    Now that's some fine grooves there.
     
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  15. anonieme

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    Hammond organ time.
    Walter Wanderley ‎– Batucada.
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    Bossa Nova, Latin Jazz, 1967.
     
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    CTI All-Stars ‎– CTI Summer Jazz At The Hollywood Bowl Live Two.
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  17. johnebravo

    johnebravo I should be practicing

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    Rodney Kendrick -- Dance, World, Dance

    Rodney Kendrick, Graham Haynes, Arthur Blythe, Bheki Mseleku, Patience Higgins, Tarus Mateen, Michael Bowie, Yoron Israel, Chi Sharpe

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    The morning so far..... Jacques Loussier Reflections of Bach.jpeg Bill Evans Moonbeam.jpg Clark Terry Portraits.jpeg
     
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  20. KrisM

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    Yeah.
    The older, and crustier I get, the less I care about labeling stuff like that.
    Give me a few years, and my only label will be 'music that isn't shitty'.:rflmao:
     
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