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Old 12-21-2020, 10:57 PM   #601 (permalink)
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Old 12-23-2020, 11:38 AM   #602 (permalink)
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Patrick Shiroishi & Dylan Fujioka - Neba Neba


Japanese free jazz. Some Kaoru Abe influence (I'm thinking Jazz Bed especially), some heavy sporatic drums a la Paal Nilssen-Love, but still unique in its own right.
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Old 12-23-2020, 03:46 PM   #603 (permalink)
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Another album that blew me away. I'd heard live at Newport, but this is like nothing I've heard before
Duke Ellington - New Orleans Suite
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So this supposedly a bootleg recording of an album that Brandford Marsalis and his quartet never released. It's a live date at the Village Vanguard in New York, circa 1989. Don't know what Marsalis didn't like about it but the decision not to put it out was probably not matter of performance because they're in great form.



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Branford Marsalis, tenor sax
Kenny Kirkland, piano
Rob Hurst, bass
Jeff "Tain" Watts, drums
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A wonderful cello + percussion album
Ernst Reijseger and Alan Purves - Cellotape & Scotchtape
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cue for saxophone billy strayhorn's septet (1959, verve)

piano – billy strayhorn
trombone – quentin jackson
trumpet – harold "shorty" baker
alto saxophone – Johnny hodges billed as "cue porter"
bass – al hall
clarinet – russell procope
drums – oliver jackson
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Another album that blew me away. I'd heard live at Newport, but this is like nothing I've heard before
Duke Ellington - New Orleans Suite
Nice to see to this album mentioned, Marie; it's one of my favorites of Ellington's latter day recordings. "Portrait of Wellman Braud" is a wonderful tribute to Duke's original bassist with incredible playing by Joe Benjamin that captures Braud's walking/slapping style. Another track, the haunting “Bourbon Street Jingling Jollies”, is one of my favorite compositions and never fails to move me.

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Protrait of Wellman Braud is like nothing I've ever heard, stunning. The Portrait of Mahalia Jackson is another highlight for me, very moving and soothing
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