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Old 05-13-2020, 11:31 AM   #471 (permalink)
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If you understand Ayler then you understand that his sound is not predicated on atonality but rather he works in a tonal realm in an abstract way. This album is at the root of what his art is every bit as much as his harshest dissonance. To disregard this work is the same as saying you don’t understand Ayler at his core.
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Old 05-13-2020, 11:49 AM   #472 (permalink)
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If you understand Ayler then you understand that his sound is not predicated on atonality but rather he works in a tonal realm in an abstract way. This album is at the root of what his art is every bit as much as his harshest dissonance. To disregard this work is the same as saying you don’t understand Ayler at his core.
I mean, I loved the record. It was just whacky.
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Old 05-13-2020, 12:04 PM   #473 (permalink)
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I respect that. I’m talking about professional critics and supposed fans of free jazz who dis this record. Your take is a good one.
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Old 05-14-2020, 03:37 PM   #474 (permalink)
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https://youtu.be/7I7Vh7mXPug

I heard this track while working in a frame shop around the time I joined the forums here. Still remains one of the filthiest jams I've ever heard.

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Old 05-22-2020, 09:46 AM   #475 (permalink)
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Aptly named. This thing KICKS. Great blend of fusion and avant-garde. Great players too. Shaw, Mtume, Airto, Eddie Henderson, Barron, Clarke. Fantastic talent.
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Johnny Frigo - Collected Works (2002)




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Johnny Frigo spent most of his career (until the mid-'80s) as a studio bassist in Chicago who played jazz now and then. In the early '70s, jazz dance teacher Gus Giordano persuaded Frigo to record some danceable jazz for his students to learn by. The result was 14 groovy tunes that are an R&B-ish and funky brand of jazz. Frigo is on bass throughout, keeping the rhythms going for a septet of local musicians that includes his son, Rick Frigo, on drums and pianist/organist Dick Marx. Along with some funky originals are such unexpected tunes as Buddy Miles' "Do Whatever Sets You Free," Isaac Hayes' "Walk From Regios," and a lengthy version of "Them Changes."
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Chet Baker, Philip Catherine & Jean-Louis Rassinfosse - Crystal Bells

Beautiful, very melodic, fun...
Everybody should seriously check this one out, Exos and Lisnas alike.

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Hmmmm... I don't recognize that cover.
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Explosive and really fun.

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