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Discussion in 'General Music and Vinyl' started by De La Tribe, Mar 26, 2015.
Might be of interest for @Skalap & @Zacharie BLACHER :
Anybody hear of the Vestbo Trio. IG post hipped me to them. Relaxed guitar trio. Melodic minimal improv based music that takes a lot from country/folk/jazz.
I did not need to know about that boxset after just putting in a Music Matters order
There seem to be a reissue of Shepp's Trouble in Mind & Goin' Home from Steeplechase out on January 18th, but I'm unable to find any information on thoses reissues, does someone has a line about them ?
I received mine today, and yes there is some crackle on side A and a little less on side B. I love those guys music, but honestly it's a bit discouraging forking out almost 40€ to get a flawed pressing of it. Onto Disc 2, then.
Got the Ken Burns Jazz box of 5CD'S yesterday, so today's other activities have been postponed.
One thing I keep reading about here is the band Ill Considered. What’s the deal and where do I start ???
With their first album
What @Skalap said. Live at the Refreshment Centre might be my favorite of theirs, but to be honest you can't really go wrong with any of them.
Fantastic anecdote on the liner notes for Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers 'Like Someone In Love'
Great story. I used to have a small book full of these anecdotes. I gave it to a friend and never seen it again...
Ooooh don you remember what it was called? There’s quite a few jazz biographies in thinking of picking up this year so hopefully i will find a few more anecdotes like this.
I just found it online, it's Mais qui a tordu la trompette de Dizzy ?, Et autres histoires de jazz It's a French book but a similar book should exist in English.
Hello jazz thread,
I just want to drop in to let you all know that I've been lurking in this thread a lot lately and I've found it a great place to find a little guidance and listening recommendations.
I've been growing in to jazz over the last few years and I find it a little overwhelming and intimidating to navigate at times. I don't know enough about the history and various styles and I'm guided by feel and emotional response more than anything, but I really enjoy eavesdropping on your conversations and they're frequently starting points for more searches.
So thank you, you might not realise it but you're performing a valuable service and I appreciate it!
Yes, great thread. Also managed to book that first pressing of Ill Considered's first LP (limited/numbered 100) upon recommendation from the jazz aficionados here
So at work we always trade 'need to listen to lists' and I was sent these beauties on Friday. Both new artists to me and sounding great! Will stay on the look out for a vinyl release for the Stefon Harris.
Can't go wrong with another Kaidi Tatham project either
I just discovered this website called Magical Mystery Mix. Give a look at the site, there are some very interesting mixes dedicated to jazzy hip-hop, Japanese Hip-hop, beats, electronica, spiritual jazz and these three I wanted to share here with you, all dedicated to Japanese Jazz:
Spoiler: Part 1
0. 00:00 Intro (Dave Brubeck) 1. 00:10 Minoru Muraoka - Take Five (Bamboo, 1970) 2. 05:01 Terumasa Hino Quartet - Soulful (Alone, Alone and Alone, 1967) 3. 15:23 Hiroshi Suzuki - Kuro to Shiro (Cat, 1975) 4. 26:54 Teruo Nakamura - Some other Blues (Unicorn, 1973) 5. 32:31 Takeshi Inomata & Sound Limited - Mustache (Sounds Of Sound L.T.D., 1970) 6. 39:24 Jiro Inagaki & Soul Media - Raven Speaks (In the grovve, 1973) 7. 43:23 Sunao Wada Quintet + 1- Sunset on the Street (Four scenes, 1976) 8. 52:01 Kosuke Mine Quintet - Dream Eyes (Mine, 1970) 9. 1:03:45 Shigeo Sekito - The World II (Special Sound Series Vol. 2, 1975)
Spoiler: Part 2
1. 00:00 Takeshi Inomata & Sound L.T.D. -- Take Five (Blues March - Drum Battle, 1975) 2. 05:43 Mikio Masuda -- Let's get together (Corazón, 1979) 3. 11:37 Masaru Imada Trio -- Green Caterpillar (Green Caterpillar, 1975) 4. 21:38 Rinsyoe Kida, Akira Ishikawa & His Count Buffalos -- ソーラン節 (Tsugaru Jongara Bushi, 1973) 5. 25:35 Jiro Inagaki & His Soul Media -- Breeze (Funky Stuff., 1975) 6. 30:03 Akira Ishikawa & Count Buffaloes -- Pigmy (Uganda, 1972) 7. 37:43 Takeshi Inomata & Sound L.T.D. -- Monster (Sounds Of Sound L.T.D., 1970) 8. 42:10 Hozan Yamamoto + Sharps & Flats - Kokiriko Bushi (Beautiful Bamboo-Flute, 1971) 9. 46:15 Akira Ishikawa & Count Buffalos -- Stone river (Get Up!, 1975) 10. 50:25 Mikio Masuda -- Let's get together (Mickey's Mouth, 1976)
Spoiler: Part 3
1. 00:00 - Kiyoshi Yamaya - 琉球の空 (1976) 2. 03:22 - Stomu Yamash'ta's Red Buddha Theatre - Awa Odori (1973) 3. 06:31 - Miho Kei & Jazz Eleven - Iwazaru (1971) 4. 11:30 - Toshiyuki Miyama & The New Herd - Kappa Shijo (A Poetic Sentiment For A Kappa) (1974) 5. 15:11 - Toshiaki Yokota and The Beat Generation - 光の洪水 (1970) 6. 21:44 - Nobuo Hara & His Sharps And Flats meets Hōzan Yamamoto - Tabarazuka (1968) 7. 26:01 - Masahiko Sato - Grama grass (1979) 8. 30:35 - Stomu Yamashta - Xingu (1972) 9. 41:15 - Jean-Luc Ponty & Masahiko Sato - Astrorama + Nuggis (1970) 10. 55:12 - Takeo Moriyama - Fields (1983) 11. 59:30 - Mitsuaki Kanno Orchestra - くもの糸 (1976) 12. 1:09:24 - Minoru Muraoka & New dimension – 波響 (1973)
I wish I'd have been part of the forum during this time. Kicking myself that im missing this!