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Old 05-25-2016, 01:08 PM   #271 (permalink)
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Hmm. Still, I'll probably listen to "Edition II" later. My rule is to listen to the original release, because any rerelease that's different may tamper with the original flow. But isn't Edition II a different recording? I guess the two parts are albums to me in sense. Both are on my list anyway.

So, Sun Ship was cool but I'm not really digging Ascension. It's a bit to experimental for my taste. It's a fine album, and I don't think it's bad. It's just a bit hard for me to judge as there's too much going on.
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Old 05-25-2016, 01:32 PM   #272 (permalink)
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It's two different takes of the same song, pretty different from one another but very similar. If you want to not listen to half of the album for whatever reason that's cool, but Coltrane released them together.
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Old 05-25-2016, 02:23 PM   #273 (permalink)
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I just looked up the info on multiple sources. Edition I was breleased solo, Coltrane released the other edition the same year but later to "replace" Edition 1. Later they were packaged as one album, notably on CDs. If they were released togther back when it came out, it would've had to be a double album.
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Playing it. My favorite thing about modal jazz (no Coltrane pun intended), is how consistently soothing it is. Is it that soothing charm that makes 20-somethings like me actually miss the 60's?
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Instrumental soul/jazz from violinist Don "Sugarcane" Harris.
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Old 06-23-2016, 09:45 AM   #278 (permalink)
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Fantastic 3 disc set of film noir inspired jazz tunes by various artists. Lots of recognizable names and numbers from TV and film as well as some lesser known ones. A must-have collection for fans of film noir soundtracks and scores.


Disc: 1

1. Peter Gunn - Henry Mancini & His Orchestra & Chorus
2. Caper at the Coffee House (From '77 Sunset Strip') - Warren Barker
3. The Street (From 'Sweet Smell of Success') - Elmer Bernstein
4. French Quarter (From 'A Streetcar Named Desire') - Alex North and His Orchestra
5. Night Train - Buddy Morrow
6. Upper and Outest (From 'Anatomy of a Murder') - Duke Ellington
7. Générique (From 'Ascenseur Pour L'échafaud') - Miles Davis
8. Clark Street (From 'The Man with the Golden Arm') - Elmer Bernstein & Shorty Rogers & His Giants
9. The Boss (From 'Touch of Evil') - Henry Mancini
10. The Off Beat (From 'Beat Girl') - John Barry
11. Bewildered (From 'The Wild One') - Leith Stevens' All Stars
12. Audition (From 'The Man with the Golden Arm') - Elmer Bernstein & Shorty Rogers & His Giants
13. Overture (From 'All Night Long') - Philip Green Orchestra
14. Odds Against Tomorrow (Main Theme) - John Lewis
15. Hammer Blow (From 'Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer') - Skip Martin & His Orchestra
16. À Bout de Souffle (From 'À Bout de Souffle') - Martial Solal
17. Cubano Be - Lalo Schifrin
18. I Want to Live (Main Theme) - Johnny Mandel
19. Stop and Go (Main Theme) - Kenyon Hopkins
20. Toss Me a Scalpel (From 'The Interns') - Leith Stevens & Stu Phillips


Disc: 2

1. Harlem Nocturne - Duke Ellington
2. Staccato's Theme (From 'Double Impact') - Buddy Morrow and His Orchestra
3. Four Deuces (From 'A Streetcar Named Desire') - Alex North
4. Daddy Long Legs (From 'Private Hell 36') - Leith Stevens' All Stars
5. Main Title (From 'Touch of Evil') - Henry Mancini
6. Taunting Scene (From 'West Side Story') - Stan Kenton & His Orchestra
7. The Fix (From 'The Man with the Golden Arm') - Elmer Bernstein & Shorty Rogers & His Giants
8. The Strange One (Main Title) - Kenyon Hopkins & His Orchestra
9. Night Beat (From 'Sweet Smell of Success') - the Chico Hamilton Quintet
10. Havana Interlude (From 'Private Hell 36') - Leith Stevens' All Stars
11. The City 2000 Ad (From 'Beat Girl') - John Barry
12. Frankie Machine (From 'The Man with the Golden Arm') - Elmer Bernstein
13. Looking at the Caper (From 'Odds Against Tomorrow') - John Lewis
14. La Mort, Pt.1 (From 'À Bout de Souffle') - Martial Solal
15. Kush - Lalo Schifrin
16. Sur L'autoroute (From 'Ascenseur Pour L'échafaud') - Miles Davis
17. Ballad for Bernt (From 'Knife in the Water') - Krzysztof Komeda
18. Late at Bailey's Pad (From '77 Sunset Strip') - Warren Barker Orchestra
19. Wingate's Spot (From 'All Night Long') - Philip Green Orchestra
20. Lonely Room (From 'The Apartment') - Adolph Deutsch


Disc: 3

1. A Streetcar Named Desire (Main Theme) - Alex North, Jerry Goldsmith & National Philharmonic Orchestra
2. Background for Murder (From 'Touch of Evil') - Henry Mancini
3. All the Things You Are - Dizzy Gillespie & Charlie Parker
4. Sidney'stheme (From 'Sweet Smell of Success') - Chico Hamilton Quintet
5. Anatomy of a Murder (Main Theme) - Duke Ellington
6. The Thin Man - Ralph Marterie & His Marlboro Men
7. Car Chase / Night Chase (From 'Beat Girl') - John Barry
8. Roman II (From 'Knife in the Water') - Krzysztof Komeda Quartet
9. Mount Olive - Lalo Schifrin
10. Rebel at Work (From 'James Dean Story') - Leith Stevens & His Orchestra
11. The Impractical Man (From 'Odds Against Tomorrow') - John Lewis & Modern Jazz Quartet
12. Champagne Premiere (From 'À Bout de Souffle') - Martial Solal
13. Breakup (Flight / Louie's / Burlesque) - Elmer Bernstein & Shorty Rogers & His Giants
14. Skin Fever (From 'All Night Long') - Philip Green Orchestra
15. Experiment in Terror - Kai Winding
16. 77 Sunset Strip Cha Cha - Warren Barker Orchestra
17. The Asphalt Jungle - Miklós Rózsa
18. Pete Kelly's Blues - Ray Anthony
19. No Hay Problema - Art Blakey & Les Afrocuban Boys
20. Private Hell 36 - Leith Stevens' All Stars
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