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    Jazz Winds From A New Direction. Hank Garland mickmac

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    Lots of options, but the first one that popped into my head was Tom Scott's "Apple Juice".

    Eric Gale, Hugh McCracken, Steve Gadd, Marcus Miller, Richard Tee, Ralph MacDonald and a cameo by Dr. John.

    (Hopefully, there are no wrong answers to this question... )

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    Quote Originally Posted by fep
    Weather Report - Heavy Weather

    Favorite tune on that record - A Remark You Made

    That was really nice. I never listen to fusion, but that was a great example.

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    Nope. I cannot choose only one. And I’m never going to do it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fep
    Weather Report - Heavy Weather

    Favorite tune on that record - A Remark You Made

    Not a best ever recording. But I was in Philly when it came out, and that album was top in it’s class. It sold like hotcakes, on vinyl. Why because who wanted a cassette in the 70’s? Seriously, it was badass!

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    Barney Kessel - Poll Winners (1957) with Ray Brown and Shelley Manne. Also Rides Again.

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    Paquito D'Rivera Portraits of Cuba. Critics described it as "music not stupid enough to win a Grammy' bought it sound unheard"all i needed.Haven't regreted the purchase all those years ago.So maybe a number one best one liner to describe a jazz album ironically it won haha

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    "Live at the half note" - Wes Montgomery and Wynton Kelly Trio.

    Pat Metheny said he learned to play guitar with this album. I kinda agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpjazzguitar
    Paul Desmond and Jim Hall, Glad to Be Unhappy.

    Another I love: Festa by Viva Brasil.
    I love Paul Desmond, and anything he does with Jim Hall.