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    Quote Originally Posted by walt View Post
    Yet more archival first time issue jazz from Britain.Mike Taylor quartet, live 1965.

    https://jazzinbritain.co.uk/album/mandala
    This makes my day!
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    Dark Tree records releases a live 1985 concert by bassist Roberto Miranda's ensemble, with John Carter, Bobby Bradford, James Newton,Horace Tapscott and more.First time issued.

    https://darktree.bandcamp.com/album/...s-angeles-1985
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimjack View Post
    This makes my day!
    I quite like this, & I appreciate what the outfit is doing...but after the sixth (spam) email from Jazz in Britain today, & having complained to them about spam a wee while back... I'm out

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    Pharoah inspired spiritual jazz


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    This was one of my Bandcamp Friday purchases - it's maybe slightly pastiche-y - but they absolutely nail that trancy, spiritual, celebratory, incantatory vibe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by per anporth View Post
    This was one of my Bandcamp Friday purchases
    Same here. Saw it on the Best Jazz of February list. Pastiche-y or not, I can never get enough of that sound.

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    Part of my easy routine is just popping on the weekly All New Jazz playlist on Spotify and listen while I'm doing other stuff. Most of the time I'll find at least two or three artists that I'll then mark for future deeper listening. Then there is the stuff that sounds like EDM. Are these real drummers imitating the feel of dance music or are these sequenced? I'm not sure. Some of it is interesting, I guess, as a novelty for me, but I find that my comfort zone seems to be somewhere in the spectrum of Elvin Jones to Lenny White. Like I said, though, it's interesting and different.

    As an aside, the only thing that pops up that I can't stand is something that starts with an EDM-like beat eventually leading to someone speaking in a sing-song voice saying something like, "I DREAM of a TIME when the DREAMERS that are DREAMING are DREAMING of a TIME when..." I have no idea what the hell is going on except lousy poetry.
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    More great archival music from Jazz in Britain.Ian Carr Double Quintet.

    https://jazzinbritain.co.uk/album/solar-session


    Last edited by walt; 04-02-2021 at 09:58 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by walt View Post
    More great archival music from Jazz in Britain.Ian Carr Double Quintet.

    https://jazzinbritain.co.uk/album/solar-session


    Thanks Walt for the H.U.!!
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    Discovered this one when Charlie Cawood (Knifeworld, Lost Crowns) posted he was joining the band for their next album. London scene modern jazz with double drums, double saxs & tuba. Really rather good.

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    Upcoming 3-cd release on TUM records.Wadada Leo Smith,Bill Laswell and Milford Graves.CD 1 is a duo of Smith and Graves; CD 2 is a duo of Smith and Laswell;CD 3 is a trio session.

    http://tumrecords.com/box-003-sacred-ceremonies
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    Quote Originally Posted by walt View Post
    Upcoming 3-cd release on TUM records.Wadada Leo Smith,Bill Laswell and Milford Graves.CD 1 is a duo of Smith and Graves; CD 2 is a duo of Smith and Laswell;CD 3 is a trio session.

    http://tumrecords.com/box-003-sacred-ceremonies
    I'm all in on this. There isn't enough recorded Graves to satisfy, and I love me some Wadada.
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    Yeah...auto buy for me. Milford, Wadada AND Laswell? Yep.
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    Vinnie's drums sound amazing on this record.
    https://lecoqrecords.bandcamp.com/album/trio

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    Great music.
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    Quote Originally Posted by walt View Post
    Great music.
    Ok, Walt. Here's the correct upload. Preview track from Chris Potter's new album. He plays a lot of notes which kind of bugs me but I love the sound of this trio with James Francies on keyboards and Eric Harland on drums.


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    G R E A T !!
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    NP:
    First 2 of The Microscopic Septet:
    (both LP)

    - Take the Z Train (1983) + Let's Flip! (1985).






    Great music!
    Love The Microscopic's!
    Pura Vida!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TCC View Post
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    G R E A T !!
    Excellent!!! Thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TCC View Post
    NP:
    First 2 of The Microscopic Septet:
    (both LP)

    - Take the Z Train (1983) + Let's Flip! (1985).






    Great music!
    Love The Microscopic's!
    I'm a fan of these guys (got the 2 2-cd sets from Cunie and Lobster Leaps In...not sure if I have their most recent now that I think about it....)

    They just have a special something.
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    Trombonist Curtis Fuller passed this weekend at age 86.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StarThrower View Post
    Trombonist Curtis Fuller passed this weekend at age 86.
    RIP.
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