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Old 03-11-2019, 10:05 PM   #511 (permalink)
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Jack DeJohnette is so distinct its hard to find something that hes not on that sounds like something he is on. Anyway, you might like these two:



Driftwood
Album by Brian Blade, Larry Grenadier, and Wolfgang Muthspiel



Chiaroscuro
Album by Paolo Fresu and Ralph Towner
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No one's ever gonna top Screamin' Jay's version but this ain't bad...




David Gilmour / Mica Paris - I Put a Spell on You
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Staffan Harde

http://staffanharde.bandcamp.com/album/staffan-harde

The Free Jazz Collective: Staffan Harde Staffan Harde (Corbett vs. Dempsey, 2015) ****

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Almost 50 years too late its time to take notice of this revolutionary guitarist

If hes still alive we all owe him an apology
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Fantastic band.
Quite melodic and groovy but with a nice experimental edge.
Very tasty and tasteful. Can't believe I've never heard of them before.

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^ I hadn't heard of them before today. Definitely want to check into some more of their music after listening to that performance.
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I've been listening to Toronto's Jazz FM a lot lately, and during Jazzology a student from Mohawk U queued up Avishai Cohen - One For Mark. I was really digging the odd time signature, piano lines, upright bass, and smooth percussion.

A quick glance at RYM has a reviewer who remarked, "Wonderfully played, wonderfully put together modern jazz album. Avishai plays a unique blend of post-bop, Israeli folk and classical that is rather complex yet accessible."

I'll have to check out the rest of this LP.

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