Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Lonson, Sep 1, 2016.
Brad Mehldau: The Art Of The Trio #1
If either of you like Binker Golding, his new one Moon Day with Steve Noble and John Edwards is a good one. If you enjoy PB I’m guessing you may enjoy Golding as well
There are four tracks with Johnny Hartman, and two longer tracks with just Andrew Hill.
The tape is a decent soundboard, but there are a few dropouts.
These tracks were once issued on a private CD issued by a well known writer (not sold commercially).
Three of the four Hartman tracks were included as bonus tracks on a Jazz Factory CD called "Complete Regent Recordings", though they are not Regent Recordings, and are live recordings from 1961 (Regent was 1947-1951)
I think that the performance of Misty is equal to any of Hartman's career masterpieces. Though the total time of Hartman on the LP is only 12 minutes, this track makes it very worthwhile.
The song left off the Jazz Factory CD edition is an uptempo version of :You Came a Long Way from St. Louis".
Your first and third images did not appear. What were they?
I like these Mainstream (label) compilations.
I've found some artists/albums thru them that I really like.
But this one is new to me, must find it.
There are some great publicity images of Johnny Hartman out there.
It is a great shame that his discography was not four times the size. His recordings are sparse.
One musician once told me that he was blacklisted, or "whitelisted" as jazz musicians called it. If not for Bob Thiele, his career output would have been much smaller still.
Just little images of the back cover of the LP.
Dizzy Gillespie Jam Montreux '77, Pablo LP
Bags! He makes the record for me.
That sounds very interesting. I've never fallen for Lehman's music but I see that Pi has this streaming on Deezer (unfortunately not streaming on Qobuz), so I'm going to give it a listen this weekend. Thanks for this.
Noble, Edwards & Binker Golding are all new names to me; I won't pretend that I can keep up... Thanks for the clue; I'll check it out and see if I want to have it 'join the crowds of hundreds already in a shopping cart.'
Stan Getz (book of the month club 1980)
Haven't looked lately as I've had the LP since the '70s & the CD since the '90s, but Foster's LP/CD from which the comp's name is lifted is a classic that isn't that expensive or hard to find, I think... Now watch Discogs prove me a liar...
Brad Mehldau: The Art Of The Trio #2
Thinking about the early 1990s and Matthew Shipp (and first having heard him on record with David S. Ware), my morning commute music was David S. Ware's Flight of i
Reports have surfaced that Fred Van Hove has passed away. RIP.
And the post reminds me of how little Marc Edwards' name is seen.
Last one for me this morning before heading out to Dad's.
Chie "Ilha de Sol" Japanese singer doing amazing Brazilian music.
Wow! Concertgebouw jazz archives have to be a very interesting stuff.
After an encore of the John Handy side of the Europa Jazz LP I posted yesterday, this:
Hadley Caliman - Iapetus
Pulled out Johnny Coles' Katumbo too, for later.
Thanks for the mention, yesternow.
There's an informative obit for Buddy Terry here:
Soulful and Versatile Saxophonist Buddy Terry, One of Newark's Jazz Elders, Has Died at 78
That’s a good one indeed. Of the three lps I have of his that is my favorite. So many sax players on that one!
NP Bill Evans - Another Time (Resonance)
Haven’t played this one in months so it is sounding fresh.
Following Johnny Coles and Katumbo, it's Jazzland 24, by the Joyce Collins Trio, Collins, piano, with Frank Butler on drums. Bass player "Roy Green" is listed as Ray Brown at Discogs.
'Hangin' out in the Cs' for the moment.
Joyce Collins Trio - Girl Here Plays Mean Piano : Joyce Collins Trio
Can you provide a track listing and some Info.
AI am a Getz fan
Oof...I did NOT know about this guy. An old friend of mine said he listened to this the first time he took acid. This is an album for the jazz fan. Either i'm way behind the 8 ball, or this album is underrated. Streamed it on Quboz...
Roy Hargrove Quintet – Earfood