What Jazz are you listening lately?

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  1. Robertito

    Robertito Senior member

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    Do you have Anthony Wilson's "Jack of Hearts" on cd or vinyl LP? Maybe both? If so, how do compare the sounds?

    I have it on CD. I didn't know it was available on vinyl, but generally speaking, I prefer the sound of vinyl to CDs.
     


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    in the midst of a huge Bobbi Humphrey phase right now
     


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    Artist>Album:

    Michael Franks> Art of Tea+Sleepy Gypsy+Tiger in the Rain+Dragonfly Summer
    David Benoit> Stages
    Stanley Clark> East River Drive
    Chuck Mangione> Best of
    Nelson Rangell> Truest Heart+Destiny
    Paul Hardcastle> the Jazzmasters
    Hiroshima> GO
    Brian Culbertson> After Hours
    3rd Force> 3rd Force+Force of Nature+Vital Force
    Rippingtons> Wecome to the St. James Club+Curves Ahead
    Acoustic Alchemy> Reference Point+Blue Chip+Against the Grain
     


  4. IIIrd Icon

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    Eumir Deodato

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  5. WE350B

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    Artist>Album:

    Michael Franks> Art of Tea+Sleepy Gypsy+Tiger in the Rain+Dragonfly Summer
    David Benoit> Stages
    Stanley Clark> East River Drive
    Chuck Mangione> Best of
    Nelson Rangell> Truest Heart+Destiny
    Paul Hardcastle> the Jazzmasters
    Hiroshima> GO
    Brian Culbertson> After Hours
    3rd Force> 3rd Force+Force of Nature+Vital Force
    Rippingtons> Wecome to the St. James Club+Curves Ahead
    Acoustic Alchemy> Reference Point+Blue Chip+Against the Grain


    Hey, IIIrd Icon, I can almost gurantee that you're Flip [​IMG] and probably around my age, too.

    Anyway, I'm on a Madeleine Peyroux Careless Love and Wes-Mo A Day in the Life kick lately.

    PS Oh yeah First Light Freddie Hubbard, too on vinyl.
     


  6. mr monty

    mr monty Senior member

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    in the midst of a huge Bobbi Humphrey phase right now

    Did you say huge?[​IMG] I took this photo in 08 at the Capital Jazzfest. She was touring with Roy Ayres.
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    Freddie Redd, Shades of Redd. Blue Note title on 45rpm LPs from Music Matters.
     


  8. mr monty

    mr monty Senior member

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    Freddie Redd, Shades of Redd. Blue Note title on 45rpm LPs from Music Matters.


    On youtube[​IMG]

     


  9. mr monty

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    Trumpeter Dizzy Reece: Summertime from his album titled Asia Minor



    What a reviewer wrote:
    "Tony Hall (who did a lot of hard work in the British jazz scene during the 50's ) persuaded Alfred Lion -Blue Note- to record trumpeter Dizzy Reece. So Reece, living in London by that time, recorded 'Blues in Trinity' with Art Taylor (drs) and Donald Byrd (t), (who where working in Paris by that time) Tubby Hayes (s), Terry Shannon(p) and Lloyd Thompson(b) in a studio in north London. It was on August 24, 1957.

    When Dizzy Reece (born in Jamaica, living in New York now) came over to America, it was quite a buzz. Picked up by Blue Note, he recorded another two great albums, Star Bright and Soundin' Off.
    1958-1959 Was a very productive year for Blue Note, recording 68 sessions with several new leaders like Duke Pearson, Tina Brooks, Jackie McLean and Donald Byrd. I have to say, Reece's albums where much better then (the more famous) albums from Donald Byrd coming out in those years.
    Reece did one album for Prestige, 'Asia Minor', in 1962. 'Summertime' is one of the great tracks of the album. With baritonist Cecil Payne, Joe Farrell on tenor and flute, pianist Hank Jones, bassist Ron Carter, and drummer Charlie Persip. "
     


  10. IIIrd Icon

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    Hey, IIIrd Icon, I can almost gurantee that you're Flip [​IMG] and probably around my age, too.

    Anyway, I'm on a Madeleine Peyroux Careless Love and Wes-Mo A Day in the Life kick lately.

    PS Oh yeah First Light Freddie Hubbard, too on vinyl.

    lol. what ultimately gave it away, "Stages"?! lol. 'don't know about the latter tho' since Flips' peculiar brand of "contemporary" jazz is stuck in a [late '70s to early 80s] vacuum. my niece got "Two of Us" by Seawind and "Hurt" by Kalapana in same playlist with "Fallin' for You" by Colbie Caillat [​IMG] if you can believe that.
     


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    Poncho Sanchez has a new CD this year. They cover an Art Blakey tune Crisis and Herbie's Watermelon Man.
     


  12. WE350B

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    lol. what ultimately gave it away, "Stages"?! lol. 'don't know about the latter tho' since Flips' peculiar brand of "contemporary" jazz is stuck in a [late '70s to early 80s] vacuum. my niece got "Two of Us" by Seawind and "Hurt" by Kalapana in same playlist with "Fallin' for You" by Colbie Caillat [​IMG] if you can believe that.
    lol on the seawind/kalapana/caillat playlist. sounds like my family members' playlist, too. [​IMG] yeah, man, stages and art of tea/sleeping gypsy gave it away. the last two in my all-time faves. basically the crusaders backing MF. i do like a lot of the real 70's fusion, though, like the deodato you mentioned and weather report. when i came here, though, i kinda dug into straightahead and cool 50's/60's stuff like miles, etc. cool, dude, merry christmas, at least now i know some other flip's wearing indy's/sda and listening to jazz lol
     


  13. Raymondleigh3268

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    First time posting on here Merry Xmas Jazz....

    i seen Yolanda Brown in the Jazz cafe in London the other week end really good and Jason Young done one set there as well i be going back great nite ...
     


  14. mr monty

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    First time posting on here Merry Xmas Jazz....

    i seen Yolanda Brown in the Jazz cafe in London the other week end really good and Jason Young done one set there as well i be going back great nite ...


    Thanks and welcome to SF
     


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    • David Torn - "Cloud About Mercury"
    • Fred Anderson and Hamid Drake - "From the River to the Ocean"
    • John Coletrane - "Side Steps" (a compilation of Coltrane's non-Miles sideman sessions on Prestige from the '50s)
    • Thelonius Monk - "Monk's Music"
     


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