Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Ken_McAlinden, Apr 27, 2015.
Nah, the vocal part is out there… not to my liking either. Otherwise it is great.
Jimmy Woods, Gary Peacock, Jimmy Bond, Milt Turner, Amos Trice, Dick Whittington, Joe Gordon, Martin Banks – Awakening!! (1962)
Art Pepper, Dolo Coker, Frank Butler, Jimmy Bond – Intensity (1960)
Jimmy Woods, Andrew Hill, Carmell Jones, Elvin Jones, George Tucker, Harold Land – Conflict (1963)
McCoy Tyner / Joe Henderson / Ron Carter / Elvin Jones - The Real McCoy
Terje Rypdal ~ What Comes After
ECM Germany, 1974
The Tony Williams Lifetime ~ Spectrum: The Anthology
Verve 2 cd compilation
Taking a break from the Woodstock broadcast to cleanse the palete
Gene Ammons, Sonny Stitt, Buster Williams, George Brown, John Houston– Boss Tenors: Straight Ahead from Chicago August 1961 (1961)
Illinois Jacquet, Alan Dawson, Barry Harris, Ben Tucker – Bottoms Up (1968)
Got a thing for this guy, years ago when my knowledge of Jazz was fresh I adopted him, still enjoy .
(LP Black Saint Europe Press BSR 0013) 1977 .... recorded October 1976 @ Generation Sound Studio New York
(LP ECM Records German Press ECM-1154 2301 154) 1979 .... recorded August 1979 @ Talent Studio Oslo
Don Cherry (tp) + Dewey Redman (ts) + Charlie Haden (b) + Ed Blackwell (dr) .... re-plaiyng the superb first two releases of this late 70`s formation .... a welcome chance to enjoy under-recorded tenorsax player Dewey Redman .... btw Ed Blackwell (!!) .... classic recordings for sure ....
PONY'S EXPRESS - PONY POINDEXTER (Epic/Legacy) CD
Alto Saxophone – Eric Dolphy, Gene Quill, Phil Woods, Sonny Red
Alto Saxophone / Soprano Saxophone – Pony Poindexter
Baritone Saxophone – Pepper Adams
Bass – Ron Carter, Bill Yancy
Drums – Charlie Persip, Elvin Jones
Piano – Guido Mahones , Tommy Flanagan
Tenor Saxophone – Billy Mitchell, Clifford Jordan, Dexter Gordon, Jimmy Heath, Sal Nistico
Apart from this fine album, Pony Poindexter was an unknown name to me. The music here was recorded over three sessions in 1962 with Pony being supported by a number of very well known musicians.
The CD was digitally remastered from original master tapes by Jean-Pierre Chalbos in Paris and re-issued in 2016 by Sony in their Jazz Connoisseur series. The bonus track, a 9:05 minute long alternate take of 'Lanyon' was previously issued on a Columbia LP 'Almost Forgotten - Various Artists - Instrumentalists'
Saw Kamasi Washington and Herbie Hancock last night. Kamasi’s band is absolutely top notch. Go see them if they tour your city.
A little bit more info would be welcome
Ken Vandermark led group. Debut recording from 2013 with Paal Nilssen-Love on drums and Nate McBride on bass. Vandermark is on various reed instruments. Improvisational but with lot of very melodic interludes.
FME: Underground, by Ken Vandermark
And now for something a little more lively.
A recording of Peter Brotzmann's Chicago Tentet from early on, May 1999, at the Festival de Musique de Actuelle in Victoriaville, Quebec.
Peter Brotzmann, Mats Gustafsson, Ken Vandermark -- saxophones & reeds
Jeb Bishop -- trombone
Toshinori Kondo -- trumpet, electronics
Fred Lomborg-Holm -- cello, violin
William Parker, Kent Kessler -- bass
Hamid Drake, Michael Zerang -- drums
Limited edition vinyl release from Okka Disk.
Art Farmer - Maiden Voyage
Starting Sunday morning with coffee and Cornbread for breakfast . . .
1967/2019 Blue Note – B0029911-01, Blue Note – BST 84222
Blue Note Tone Poet Series – KPG@CA
Super-sounding Sunday Soul-Jazz . . .
1970/2019 Blue Note – 7753122, UMe – 7753122
Blue Note 80 Vinyl Reissue Series – KPG@CA
The Complete Blue Note Hank Mobley Fifties Sessions, Disc 2
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