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  1. #2551
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    as of now, fave gabor szabo- dreams..one of his best!!



    produced and arranged by the great (but sadly obscure) gary mcfarland...(an oliver nelson type player/arranger/producer/facilitator mvp type jazzer)

    cheers

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    Adam Rogers - Dice


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    I'm going to travel to the dark side and make a digital recording. I decided to do this;



    I passed on Lionel Ritchie's masterpiece 'Hello'. Tough call. It is in the Real Book after all.
    It was Russell Malone's version of How Deep is Your Love that inspired me to learn it. Great tune to do chord melody.

  6. #2556
    Jimmy Raney at Bradley's How About You


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    Just got me a 12-string, so it's Joe Pass' take on movie tunes:


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    John Coltrane, Alabama


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    Quote Originally Posted by Teddyfm View Post
    sublime..and ever so pertinent

    love elvin sans blazer, in his plaid pendleton wool

    one of the greatest combos of all time

    cheers

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  11. #2561
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    I've always loved the sound of vibes and discovered Steve Nelson when he was out here a year or so ago with Jeremy Pelt.

    No, I'm not going to give you the answer to your question. I don't want to deny you the pleasure you'll receive when you figure it out yourself. -- Bill Evans talking to his brother.

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    great trio date by grant green...green street...cut at van gelders (on april fools day 1961)...very burrell like guitar tone...obviously rvg recorded them similarly...(the infamous tweed deluxe! hah)

    dynamite lead off track




    cheers

  13. #2563
    Quote Originally Posted by docbop View Post
    I've always loved the sound of vibes and discovered Steve Nelson when he was out here a year or so ago with Jeremy Pelt.
    When I first moved to Boston, many moons ago, Steve would often play in the Harvard Square subway station. I just loved his playing (still do!) and would listen to him for hours and a bit later when he would play at the Willow Jazz Club. I love his work with Dave Holland, but his smaller group stuff like the trios with Kirk Lightsey and Ray Drummond or quartets with Mulgrew Miller, Peter Washington and Lewis Nash are really special.

    Last edited by guido5; 08-16-2017 at 05:25 PM.

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    'Red Baron' by Billy Cobham, on my way to the beach What are you listening to right now?


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    Listening to Steve Coleman's latest album always a EAR-ucation.

    No, I'm not going to give you the answer to your question. I don't want to deny you the pleasure you'll receive when you figure it out yourself. -- Bill Evans talking to his brother.

  17. #2567
    Miles Okazaki certainly stretches my ears...


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