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Old 05-31-2009, 03:58 PM   #41 (permalink)
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John Coltrane "A Love Supreme"
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Old 06-01-2009, 05:23 PM   #42 (permalink)
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John Coltrane "A Love Supreme"
Oh yeah, I do like Coltrane but not as mad about him as most Jazz fans are. I much prefer Stan Getz to be honest. My most endured Jazz artist so far is Miles Davis, Im mostly into the later, weirder, more experimental Jazz stuff & even the fusion side of things with Tortoise & the likes.
Anyway, I actually got a live version of the album on Play.com for only £2.99 which is pretty good.
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Old 06-01-2009, 06:32 PM   #43 (permalink)
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Listening to Monk's Music, the drum solo in Epistrophe makes me sad over how underrated jazz drummers like Art Blakey are.
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Brilliant Corners (Monk), for the thousandth time. Pannonica is simply breathtaking. Anybody know where I can buy a celesta? (Or where I get get a few thousand bucks to buy it?)
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Kind of Blue - Miles Davis

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Old 06-05-2009, 06:55 PM   #46 (permalink)
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Seconded! Im a massive fan of Miles Davis & he is my most endured Jazz artist. I much prefer his later work, which was what I started on, as opposed to the earlier stuff. I have a much bigger liking for the sort of 'on the edge' stuff he did in the 70s & 80s. My favourite album is 'On The Corner'. I also love 'Doo Bop' which was his last album , released posthumously in 1991.
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Alrite man, Im in process of downloading this & will let you know when Ive heard it. Didnt know you liked the band Phish! You really do have awesome taste man. What album isit? I have loads of their albums, 'Billy Breathes' is probably my favourite. Also have you heard Trey Anastasio's solo album?
yeah, i got Rift, Junta, A Picture of Nectar, and a bunch of live shows. and no i haven't actually heard his solo album


btw, have you gotten around to hearing that Dixie Dregs album yet?
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yeah, i got Rift, Junta, A Picture of Nectar, and a bunch of live shows. and no i haven't actually heard his solo album


btw, have you gotten around to hearing that Dixie Dregs album yet?
Um, no I think I added it to downloads, Im gonna have to get out my external hard drive when Im off on sunday as Im pretty much out of memory at the moment. I just dont like having it out all the time as Im worried itll break(Ive heard they can get broke very easily).
Yeah, I reckon 'Lawn Boy' & 'A Picture Of Nectar' are the ones that you would like the most. You should also download 'Billy Breathes' though. I have quite a lot of Phish albums on my WMP but havent listened to all of them yet.
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Whoa man that album is f*cking the dogs bollocks. I actuallly (stupidly) forgot I had it lol. Another cracker I have & you might be interested in is BB King, Pat Metheny & Dave Brubeck playing live together around 1983.
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Seconded! Im a massive fan of Miles Davis & he is my most endured Jazz artist. I much prefer his later work, which was what I started on, as opposed to the earlier stuff. I have a much bigger liking for the sort of 'on the edge' stuff he did in the 70s & 80s. My favourite album is 'On The Corner'. I also love 'Doo Bop' which was his last album , released posthumously in 1991.


He is definately a legend.

I tend to like individual songs more than albums when it comes to jazz music, and for me "Take Five" and "Freddie Freeloader" are my absolute favourites by Miles Davis.
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