Jazz Thread

Discussion in 'General Music and Vinyl' started by De La Tribe, Mar 26, 2015.

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    I did not need to know about that boxset after just putting in a Music Matters order :cry:
     
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    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 ?



     
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    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.
     
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    Got the Ken Burns Jazz box of 5CD'S yesterday, so today's other activities have been postponed.
     
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    One thing I keep reading about here is the band Ill Considered. What’s the deal and where do I start ???
     
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    With their first album :)
     
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    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.
     
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    Fantastic anecdote on the liner notes for Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers 'Like Someone In Love'

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    Great story. I used to have a small book full of these anecdotes. I gave it to a friend and never seen it again...
     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    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!
     
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    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 :)
     
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    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.



     
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    Can't go wrong with another Kaidi Tatham project either:cool:

     
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    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:




    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)



    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)



    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)
     
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    I wish I'd have been part of the forum during this time. Kicking myself that im missing this!
     

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