Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Lonson, Sep 1, 2016.
I agree. This album and All For You (A Dedication To The Nat King Cole Trio) are my favorites.
Tomeka Reid Old New (Cuneiform)
Paul Desmond & Modern Jazz Quartet
Paul Desmond: In Toronto (1975) #5
...better than the Platinum pressing of the flat transfer?
Larry Coryell - The Eleventh House (Vanguard VMD-79342)
1974 recording with Coryell on guitar, Danny Trifan on bass, Alphonse Mouzon on percussions, Mike Mandel on keyboards and Randy Brecker on trumpet.
Jazz and rock fusion at its best.
Different. That was my first time listening to this new remastered UHQCD but I was very impressed by it.
...gettin’ down with the Budos.
The Budos Band –
The Budos Band II
Daptone Records – DAP-011
07 Aug 2007
Funk / Soul
Bass – Daniel Foder
Bongos, Congas – Rob Lombardo
Congas – John Carbonella Jr.
Cowbell, Claves, Tambourine – Dame Rodriguez
Drums – Brian Profilio
Flute – Daisy Sugerman
Guitar – Thomas Brenneck
Organ [Farfisa Electric] – Mike Deller
Saxophone [Baritone] – Jared Tankel
Saxophone [Tenor] – Cochemea Gastelum
Shekere, Tambourine – Vincent Balestrino
Trumpet – Andrew Greene, David Guy
Outside of the flat transfer, which is different, I think it is better than any other version released by Impulse! on SA(CD) anywhere.
Awesome! Looking forward to hearing this. . .my copy is "in shipping process" from cdjapan.
In January, 1956, Milt Jackson entered the recording studio with Lucky Thompson, Wade Legge, Wendell Marshall and Kenny Clarke. As usual, Savoy spread the session over two discs - Side One of Meet Milt Jackson and Side Two of Roll ‘Em Bags. Two weeks later, the quintet (with Hank Jones subbing for Legge) recorded the even finer Jackson’s-Ville and The Jazz Skyline. These are essential discs for fans of woefully under-recorded Thompson, one of the best of Coleman Hawkin’s disciples. Speaking of which, don’t miss Jackson’s encounter with the master himself on Atlantic.
I've had all these since the early 'nineties. . . wonderful jazz!
I was actually thinking you specifically might enjoy them while writing that.
I ought to thank you for posting so many AUM Fidelity releases on this thread. It finally got me to check the label out, and I've been having a blast listening through AUM's catalog.
NP Night Dreamer | Wayne Shorter. Blue Note 4173.
I don't know what it is about Wayne's compositions I like so much; they're different from Miles or Coltrane but I like them equally...just in a different way. The playing is clean, with sometimes haunting undertones without being pure melancholy. If I'm working away, reading, or just puttering around it's great to listen to. Unfortunately I rarely have time (these days) to just 'listen', though when I have there is so much I pick up on that adds to the enjoyment for me.
Almost Canada day, eh! Enjoy the day off, celebrations or what have you my fellow canucks
NP George Coleman - Amsterdam After Dark (Timeless) 1989 cd
W/Hilton Ruiz, Sam Jones and Billy Higgins. Despite the title it was recorded in a NYC studio.
Have I said how much I love side 2 on this?
NP: Horace Silver Quintet - Serenade To A Soul Sister
Late 60's Liberty BN vinyl
@Sorcerer - Thanks so much for the thorough response on the Impulse MQA titles.
I have an order queued up on CD Banq, and was surprised at low postage to USA ($10).
Just dithering on which titles, though leaning towards:
John Coltrane - Live at the Village Vanguard (UCCI-40004)
John Coltrane - Impressions (UCCI-40005)
John Coltrane - Live at Birdland (UCCI-40013)
NP: Sonny Stitt - 12 (Muse 1973 WLP)
Just acquired this on Sunday, and hearing for the first time.
Enjoyable, straight ahead jazz, played with gusto. Stitt's quartet:
Bass – Sam Jones
Drums – Louis Hayes
Piano – Barry Harris (2)
Some of the best music ever put to CD.
One of the worst systems to store a CD (I feel like breaking it every time I use it )
Blissing out to...
mahavishnu john mclaughlin
You keep playing Jimmy , Ill keep liking ...
NP Johnny Coles - Little Johnny C (Blue Note) RVG remaster
Joe Henderson might be stealing the show here as he sometimes does as a side man.
Did you ever comment on the Randy Weston 2fer zulu?
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