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    Quote Originally Posted by aith01 View Post
    Where did you order your copy from, btw? I ordered one from the label's online store three weeks ago, and it still hasn't arrived...
    Couldn't find it on Amazon... and I didn't try their bandcamp either

    I asked my B&M record store to order it and 10days (because it was an import) later it was there
    my music collection increased tenfolds when I switched from drug-addicts to complete nutcases.

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    Sadness.Drummer Mickey Roker passed away,age 84.A versatile, tasteful artist,who could move effortlessly from gut-bucket blues to the most sophisticated jazz.Saw him live with Dizzy,Milt Jackson-Ray Brown Quintet,Cedar Walton.Thanks for the music.

    RIP Mickey Roker.
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    Just playing.
    https://youtu.be/C7vzSR6fIHw

    Karta by Markus Stockhausen: trumpets / Arild Andersen: double-bass / Patrice Héral: drums / Terje Rypdal: electric guitar.

    Great!!
    Last edited by TCC; 06-06-2017 at 12:25 AM.

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    Jaco's Truth, Liberty and Soul. Best live Jaco by far--NYC Big band killin' it. So good!


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    ^^^^^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by wideopenears View Post
    Jaco's Truth, Liberty and Soul. Best live Jaco by far--NYC Big band killin' it. So good!
    Yes,
    Agree!!

    Looking for it!
    Great review by John Kelman! 👍

    http://www.progressiveears.org/forum...e-Complete-NPR

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    Tonight, 2 in a row from Terje Rypdal:

    . Waves. (1978)


    . Descendre. (1980)


    - Both are fantastic albums IMO! -

    Regards!.
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    Yes, the Rypdall is fantastic. Once I get in a mood for him, it can last a while. I've been in a Art Ensemble of Chicago mood lately. They are another one like that including some of the individual members' efforts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hippypants View Post
    I've been in a Art Ensemble of Chicago mood lately. .
    The groups early magnum opus,IMO.This is Part 2 of People In Sorrow.Epic.



    Recommended reading- "Message To Our Folks-The Art Ensemble of Chicago" by Paul Steinbeck.
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    Cecil Taylor Unit-Dark To Themselves-Part 1.

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    "please do not understand me too quickly"-andre gide

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    Quote Originally Posted by walt View Post
    That's a real shame - loved his playing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jake View Post
    That's a real shame - loved his playing.
    Co-signed.His album,Alarms And Excursions, with Fred Hopkins and Newman Baker is a standout.
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    Quote Originally Posted by walt View Post
    Co-signed.His album,Alarms And Excursions, with Fred Hopkins and Newman Baker is a standout.
    Fred Hopkins is one guy I really miss - met him a couple of times - a really hilarious, good-humoured guy. Fantastic musician with a completely unique sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jake View Post
    Fred Hopkins is one guy I really miss - met him a couple of times - a really hilarious, good-humoured guy. Fantastic musician with a completely unique sound.
    Yeah, Fred was a monster player.No wonder so many band leaders wanted him in the bass chair.Such a strong voice;every solo was a marvel of sonic architecture.I'm so glad i got to see /hear him live in a variety of bands back in the days.
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    I missed the Denton Jazz Festival--I didn't even know it existed until the other day. I'd have to drive some, but would have liked to have seen DeJohnette. I'll have to watch for it next year.

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    Weber live set


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    I've just stumbled randomly upon this song on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0bEBEC84A0 and I really like it. Does anyone know some similiar stuff to this?

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    listened to the album by new "supergroup " Hudson this morning. Here's info:
    http://www.imnworld.com/artists/deta...eski-Grenadier
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    Quote Originally Posted by hippypants View Post
    Weber live set

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