Thread: JAZZ Discussion

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    Coltrane gets an A for adventurousness but I don't always find the results satisfying as a listening experience. Maybe that's why I've become more of a Sonny Rollins fan over the years.

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    Doc on free jazz

    This was stunning - some incredible performances - standout for me was John Tchicai. Such a smart decision to keep the camera on him even when he wasn’t playing- you could really see how he was getting into the music. Damn this was good!

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    Free the jazz--another doc on free jazz, natch.

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    For those who worship Trane, there's always someone who takes it to another level

    https://www.npr.org/2020/09/23/91584...-john-coltrane
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    Not really a fan of this style but needed a break from hard rock. Just heard, ...Shirley Bassey..."Born To Sing The Blues." It's a jazz album. Big band, sultry voice. Wonderful.

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