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Old 11-28-2020, 10:53 AM   #581 (permalink)
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Old 11-28-2020, 01:33 PM   #582 (permalink)
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That guy knows so much about jazz, volumes, but he understands and appreciates the progression of it so poorly. He knows and even owns every record that Donald Byrd was even a sideman on but can’t see how bebop and hard bop had to turn into free. It’s like he can’t see that that’s the inevitable mountain top.

He’s still a phenomenal resource but it’s mind boggling how possible it is to miss the forest for the trees.
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Old 11-28-2020, 02:53 PM   #584 (permalink)
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That guy knows so much about jazz, volumes, but he understands and appreciates the progression of it so poorly. He knows and even owns every record that Donald Byrd was even a sideman on but can’t see how bebop and hard bop had to turn into free. It’s like he can’t see that that’s the inevitable mountain top.

He’s still a phenomenal resource but it’s mind boggling how possible it is to miss the forest for the trees.
I know a lot of jazz collectors who fail to see the point in looking for anything other than bop and bop related products.
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I know a lot of jazz collectors who fail to see the point in looking for anything other than bop and bop related products.
I don’t mind if that’s their preference. It’s just the inability to see the trajectory that bothers me. It’s sort of like not believing in evolution.
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.​.​.​At Short Notice by The Michael Garrick Septet featuring Joe Harriott

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Spring by The Ibrahim Khalil Shihab Quintet

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South Africa’s lost jazz history contains many an overlooked classic. But even within that hidden tradition, there are few albums that suffered such an unlucky fate as Spring, the monumental 1968 debut album by pianist Ibrahim Khalil Shihab, formerly Chris Schilder.
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