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    yeah.... maybe on the elevator....

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    Cote d'Azur Concerts on Verve

    Can't find a photo.
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    RIP Les Paul



    Jazz pioneers Les Paul and Mary Ford

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    not a jazz song but... it is my favorite song of all time


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    RIP Rashied Ali

    Rashied Ali died on 12 August 2009 in a New York City hospital after suffering a heart attack and undergoing heart surgery.

    He played with Coltrane during the saxophonist's final years, most notably on the groundbreaking duo album "Interstellar Space,'' on which Ali made his mark as a drummer who eschewed keeping time and instead improvised completely independent of structure.


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    For all the beat junkies.

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    Long live Nina!!

    Sarah "Sassy" Vaughan's definitive version of Billy Strayhorn's "Lush Life":
    "Lush Life" sung by Sarah Vaughan (FREE STREAM)

    It's astonishing to me that Strayhorn was just 16 when he wrote this song. Old soul.

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    Today's music on the iPod





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    The first jazz album I ever listened to.



    To this day, Sonny Rollins is still my favorite jazz artist.

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    Fabulous record by the Thelonious Monk Quintet on Riverside.
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    Anyone heard Chris Speed? I bought one of his records when I was in Chicago a few years ago. He has some really awesome post bop.
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    Found a 1st press of this at Amoeba for $8.99. Double sided deep groove with the w 63rd st address on the label RVG and the ear in the dead wax. It has some surface marks but sounds fantastic.

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    Hell to the mother fuckin yes on any and all praise being heaped upon this record:




    I just realized that I have this album compressed and ready to dl on my computer. So here you go, people. An early xmas present:
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    Quote Originally Posted by fiyahhh! View Post
    The first jazz album I ever listened to.



    To this day, Sonny Rollins is still my favorite jazz artist.

    I remember seeing Sonny at The Palace/Avalon/whatever they call it, many years ago. I got tired just watching him. He kept blowing and blowing so strongly, like he was fighting for his life. Do you have The Bridge?
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    I wish he would play the Catalina. Jazz Bakery is looking for a new venue it closed a few months ago. I need to see Sonny Rollins, Donald Byrd, and Freddie Hubbard soon.

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    Too late for Freddie
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    See how wrong you are, Tommy? Randy is agreeing with you.

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    This thread needed some Grant Green love. Phenomenal soul-jazz guitarist, especially on these two live records. Get lost in the groove.
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    Wow...I was just about to mention Grant Green. The two live albums above are incredible. He is another one of the great Blue Note artists. Here are some of his studio albums that also top notch. Idle Moments is a great straight ahead jazz album while Green is Beautiful and Carryin' On are soul jazz albums that were popular in the late 60's early 70's.





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    Quote Originally Posted by fatbastard View Post
    I remember seeing Sonny at The Palace/Avalon/whatever they call it, many years ago. I got tired just watching him. He kept blowing and blowing so strongly, like he was fighting for his life. Do you have The Bridge?

    The Bridge I have is actually part of the Complete RCA Victor Recordings box set that I picked up years ago. It's freaking fantastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountmccabe View Post
    Too late for Freddie

    Weird I thought he was still alive. He used to get sandwiches at this deli near my apartment in Van Nuys.

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    Brubeck never seems to get any love. This is one of my favorite albums by him. Just about anything that he did with Paul Desmond is recommendable.
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    everybody knows take five

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    and take 10.
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    The mention of Grant Green reminded me of another great guitarist, Gabor Szabo.


    I have these two albums on vinyl and recommend them both.



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    My jazz album of the day....

    Jimmy Smith - Root Down

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinylmartyr View Post
    everybody knows take five
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    and take 10.
    LOL, there is actually a Brubeck album called Time Further Out which is the "sequel" to Time Out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by higgybaby23 View Post
    My jazz album of the day....

    Jimmy Smith - Root Down
    It's only been in the last month or so that I discovered that the Beastie Boys lifted this. I never bothered to look at the liner notes. I was crushed...it has been my favorite Beastie Boys song since Ill Communication came out. I always thought it was the best groove they'd ever came up with.

    It was like finding out there isn't a Santa all over again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sydaud View Post
    It's only been in the last month or so that I discovered that the Beastie Boys lifted this. I never bothered to look at the liner notes. I was crushed...it has been my favorite Beastie Boys song since Ill Communication came out. I always thought it was the best groove they'd ever came up with.

    It was like finding out there isn't a Santa all over again.
    Wow... this is one of the worst stories ever... and you've managed to insult one of the greatest musicians ever and didn't even know it.

    Here's a stack of Blue Note albums that will make me forget the last post and helps to support the argument that Blue Note was and is the greatest jazz label of all time. Just a small taste.





















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