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Old 12-11-2009, 12:53 AM   #61 (permalink)
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cannonball adderley invites lou rawls from the audience to sing, i'd rather drink muddy water, two legends jam effortlessly.
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Old 01-03-2010, 09:54 AM   #64 (permalink)
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Wow, this thread is kind of all over the place! :rotfl:

"Best jazz album ever", I agree, is a little like saying, "Best Rock Band ever".

For me, there's a couple:
The Quintet - Live at Massey Hall
Sonny Side Up - Sonny Rollins, Sonny Stitt, Dizzy Gillespie
Dahabenzapple - Joe Maneri

"Kind of Blue" always makes me list for "desert island" picks, but it's already been mentioned, so I won't.
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I am no afficionado, but I absolutely am entranced by Jazz 'Round Midnight, with the Gilbertos and Stan Getz.
You should hear Wes Montgomery do it. The video is on You Tube....Please check it out....It's sooo worth it.
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i like the really simple stuff;









there's also an australian quartet i had the joy off seeing at a really underground venue last year; it hosts awesome jazz music. it was the "jack slater quartet". i bought their cd for $20, gave it to a mate and he lost it :/ can't really find anything from them on the net.
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^Sidney Bechet! Love it.

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I love What a Wonderful World (Single)... song from album Louis Armstrong's All-Time Greatest Hits.
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John Coltrane - 'Ascent'
Miles Davis - 'All Blues'
Charles Mingus - 'Reincarnation of a Lovebird'

It's difficult to do such a thing as usually I listen to albums all of the way through, but I guess sometimes moments stick out. I guess my favorite album would be Coltrane's 'Sun Ship' or Dolphy's 'Out to Lunch', although 'Bitches Brew' is always a favorite.
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These last two especially are hardly "the really simple stuff"

Blue In Green has a very modal melody, and the chord progression is genius. Definitely not "simple". Not to mention that Life in a Glasshouse descends into what some might even describe as free jazz at a point. Again, both complex songs.
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