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    You forgot Anthony Pirog!

    But thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve F. View Post
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    You forgot Anthony Pirog!

    But thank you.
    I wasn't sure if he was jazz (I think that's a good sign)

    Here's the Anthony Pirog

    http://cuneiformrecords.bandcamp.com...colorado-dream
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    I'll definitely be getting that Rob M. album come the end of September.

    I do prefer this sample from Dylan Ryan (as opposed to the one from his first album on Cunie) so that might make the cut as well.
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    I'll probably pick up the Rob M, Dylan Ryan (I like the previous one), Anthony Pirog & the cellar and point.

    the cellar and point are supporting Birdsong Of The Mesazoic in Boston in October so I'm looking forward to seeing them there.
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    Curried Jazz - The Indo-British Ensemble (full album)



    East meets West Indo-fusion from 1969, based on genuine ragas.
    Tracks - 1) Yaman 2) Lalit 3) Bhimpalazi 4) Pahari
    Composed, arranged & conducted by Victor Graham.

    Players -
    Dev Kumar - sitar
    Chris Karan - tabla
    Sitara - tamboura
    Ray Swinfield - flute
    Jeff Clyne - bass
    Kenny Wheeler - flugelhorn (1,2)
    Leon Calvert - trumpet, flugelhorn (3,4)
    Bill Eyden - drums (1,2)
    Art Morgan - drums (3,4)

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    ...and from '66/'67:

    Hell, they ain't even old-timey ! - Homer Stokes

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    Quote Originally Posted by mogrooves View Post
    ...and from '66/'67:

    Man, I'm digging that. But you know I wouldn't bez a callin' that jazz, that for me iz like some kind of Asian-avantgarde-groove, man
    But az you all knowz ...iz that I don't knowz where jazz starts & endz, seems like jazz is as amorphous and az indefinable az prog...ya digz?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterG View Post
    I don't knowz where jazz starts & endz
    True dat!



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    One of better Jazz-Indian music hybrids,post Harriott/Mayer(imo)..from 1972- Cosmic Eye-Dream Sequence

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    T.K.Ramamoorthy-Fabulous Notes And Beats of Indian Carnatic Jazz(1969)

    Jazz musicians had been using Indian musical elements before this recording,but this was one of the first(if not the first) record in which accomplished Indian musicians adopted jazz elements.These musicians were well known in Indian film music and were trained in the strict discipline of the traditional Carnatic system.These are Carnatic ragas.

    Interesting stuff.

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    I've been digging a lot of Jane Ira Bloom over the past few days....Soprano Sax gets a bad rap, you know? Jane, and Steve Lacy......seriously.

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    I need to dig into my Steve Lacy Soul Note set. There's a great trio album on there called the Window. Also, the Zurich Live 1983 on Hatology is one of the most intense performances I've heard from his long running band w/ Steve Potts. I've only heard one Ira Bloom album called Art & Aviation. I like her stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reid View Post
    Steve Potts. .
    I recall seeing Steve Lacy Quartet with Steve Potts,Ron Miller-bass and Oliver Johnson-drums at Ali's Alley, NYC circa 1979 or 1980.It was the only time i saw Steve Potts with Lacy.They were so contrasting,as stylists.Lacy..dry and cerebral..Potts..much more expressive and volatile.

    Good times.
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    more Indo-jazz fusion.... Irene Schweizer Trio with two Guru Guru members (Mani Neumeir and Uli Trepte)





    my music collection increased tenfolds when I switched from drug-addicts to complete nutcases.

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    walter zuber armstrong

    absolutely wild album:

    my music collection increased tenfolds when I switched from drug-addicts to complete nutcases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJ88 View Post
    Tubby Hayes
    A monster! If you're interested in a current player who plays similarly, check out Eric Alexander. (Of course they're both coming out of Stitt).
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    Was looking for Steve F.'s John Surman promo (which I found), but in the meantime I tripped over this great set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave (in MA) View Post


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    Wow, I enjoyed that tremendously, thanks... Barre Philipps, Surman and Wheeler ... I'm much less knowledgeablre about German jazz players, though.

    What brand of electric piano is is Gulda playing??
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    Kenny Wheeler was always such a wonderful player,with a rich lyrical sound.Sad to realize that he's now in poor health and hasn't played in a while.A benefit was held for him in London recently.

    Be well, Kenny Wheeler.

    Nice clip.Thanks for posting it.
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    Gulda is amazing !
    Here is another pianoplayer that went from classical music to jazz (Bora Rokovic):


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    Kenny Wheeler was always such a wonderful player,with a rich lyrical sound
    Amen! He has a one of a kind sound, and plays beautiful solos. By coincidence, I was listening to Deer Wan last night. He had to do a lot of commercial work to pay the bills, but those ECM records are the cream. I hope he's not suffering too much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reid View Post
    He has a one of a kind sound, and plays beautiful solos. .
    For sure.He has(had) an immense range, and an unsurpassed ability to ......straddle a variety of playing environments.

    He played jazz-rock with Mike Gibbs' orchestra,big band jazz with Maynard Ferguson,free improvisation with Spontaneous Music Ensemble, Tony Oxley(The Baptised Traveller is a superb cd).

    My entry to Kenny Wheeler's work was his trumpet/flugelhorn with the mid 70's Anthony Braxton ensembles, on Arista.I'll spin those sides from the Mosaic Arista box today.
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    These guys could be also posted on the Fusion thread





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    Follow up re: Kenny Wheeler.He is currently living in a nursing home in England.His wife has also been ill, furthur complicating and draining their limited finances.The posted article mentions a PayPal address for anyone wishing to contribute to Kenny Wheeler.

    http://slippedisc.com/2014/09/a-grea...care/#comments
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