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    Quote Originally Posted by hippypants View Post
    Vertrek Ensemble--free, noisy over at Bandcamp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeuhlmate View Post
    No cheesy synths here

    ... now we're talking ... g r e a t !! ...
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    I've been listening a lot to Coltrane's Quartet albums but am ignorant of McCoy Tyner's solo work. Any suggestions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerjo View Post
    I've been listening a lot to Coltrane's Quartet albums but am ignorant of McCoy Tyner's solo work. Any suggestions?
    The Real McCoy is as good a place as any to start. It features a great quartet with Joe Henderson, Ron Carter, and Elvin Jones. And the compositions are excellent. The album includes one of McCoy's most famous ballads in Search For Peace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StarThrower View Post
    The Real McCoy is as good a place as any to start. It features a great quartet with Joe Henderson, Ron Carter, and Elvin Jones. And the compositions are excellent. The album includes one of McCoy's most famous ballads in Search For Peace.
    Plus:
    - Extensions (1970)
    - Sahara (1972) - P.E.'s featured album.
    - Enlightenment (1973)
    - Song Of The New World (1973)
    - Sama Layuca (1974)
    - Atlantis (1975)
    - Trident (1975)
    - Supertrios (1977)
    - Horizon (1980)
    - Revelations (1988) - Live.

    Great music, great albums!.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerjo View Post
    I've been listening a lot to Coltrane's Quartet albums but am ignorant of McCoy Tyner's solo work. Any suggestions?
    Extensions
    Enlightenment
    Sahara
    Sama Layuca
    Atlantis
    Horizon
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    nw:

    McCoy Tyner - Live 1975.


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    np:

    Ambrose Akinmusire - When the Heart Emerges Glistening. ****
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    Quote Originally Posted by TCC View Post
    np:

    Ambrose Akinmusire - When the Heart Emerges Glistening. ****
    I'm in the middle of an Ambrose Akinmusire's binge with a great summer afternoon here!.

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    Prelude ... to Cora.



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    Music with 58 Musicians, Volume one (double LP from ECM)
    https://www.discogs.com/Various-Musi...elease/1685915


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    Shabaka "Hutchings" & The Ancestors new album is out since yesterday







    great stuff.

    seeing them in Liège's Jazz Fest in May and maybe in Ghent's JF in July.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trane View Post
    Shabaka "Hutchings" & The Ancestors new album is out since yesterday

    great stuff.

    seeing them in Liège's Jazz Fest in May and maybe in Ghent's JF in July.
    Good news!
    Thanks Trane for the H.U.!: agree, good stuff and enjoy it!!.
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    Sweet will be downloading today. Was meant to see them at Big Ears but ... you know ...
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    Sonny Greenwich ‎– Bird Of Paradise. ***
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    Miles Davis - The Complete Birth Of The Cool. ****


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    Been digging:

    - Live in Paris (1975) by Pharoah Sanders.


    More:
    https://transversales.bandcamp.com/a...-in-paris-1975

    - Jennifer Curtis & Tyshawn Sorey: Invisible Ritual by Jennifer Curtis, Tyshawn Sorey.


    More:
    https://newfocusrecordings.bandcamp....visible-ritual

    Nice effort IMO!.


    Regards!.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerjo View Post
    I've been listening a lot to Coltrane's Quartet albums but am ignorant of McCoy Tyner's solo work. Any suggestions?
    My favorites:

    Extensions (1970)
    Asante (1970)
    Sahara (1972)
    Song for My Lady (1973)
    Fly with the Wind (1976)
    Song of the New World (1973)
    Expansions (1968)
    The Real McCoy (1967)
    Atlantis (1975)


    FYI, 1968-1972 is an underrated period in jazz history. Jazz was going through its own renaissance (as with rock). Some of the music created is trapped in that time, never to be repeated. Embrace it.
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    I thought I was looking at Weather Report when I saw that Invisible Ritual cover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave (in MA) View Post
    I thought I was looking at Weather Report when I saw that Invisible Ritual cover.
    ... and how it goes?, your cup?.

    Regards!.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poisoned Youth View Post
    My favorites:

    Extensions (1970)
    Asante (1970)
    Sahara (1972)
    Song for My Lady (1973)
    Fly with the Wind (1976)
    Song of the New World (1973)
    Expansions (1968)
    The Real McCoy (1967)
    Atlantis (1975)


    FYI, 1968-1972 is an underrated period in jazz history. Jazz was going through its own renaissance (as with rock). Some of the music created is trapped in that time, never to be repeated. Embrace it.
    Thanks everyone for their recommendations. By the way, Cozy, I still have a note with all your Coltrane recs on my PC - it's been a valuable guide.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerjo View Post
    Thanks everyone for their recommendations. By the way, Cozy, I still have a note with all your Coltrane recs on my PC - it's been a valuable guide.
    Cozy's list is excellent, I wouldn't change a thing in it.
    my music collection increased tenfolds when I switched from drug-addicts to complete nutcases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trane View Post
    Cozy's list is excellent, I wouldn't change a thing in it.
    Thanks! Being though I am likely to be home for a few weeks (even though I have lots of work responsibilities still), it might be a good idea to really beef up this discussion a bit. I'll do my part.
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    Charlie Haden documentary

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