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Old 01-16-2015, 02:44 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Old 01-25-2015, 08:02 PM   #22 (permalink)
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It´s about time that someone bumped this alphabet along by saying that T stands for Take Five by Dave Brubeck. The original is so well known that I hope no-one minds if I post a cover version in which it is played in 4/4 time. Is that wacky, or what?

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^ Nice cover version which, given the time sig change, they could have titled "Take Four".

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Old 02-02-2015, 05:29 AM   #24 (permalink)
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^ Nice cover version which, given the time sig change, they could have titled "Take Four".
Thank you, ribbons. - yes, the song should really be retitled.
TBH, I found the Alice Coltrane track rather difficult to listen to - any chance of you going back to Albert Ayler for the remaining letters of the alphabet ?
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Thanks! I´m a big fan of Don Cherry - and also of HH´s Headhunters album. "X" is going to be tricky, though ....
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TBH, I found the Alice Coltrane track rather difficult to listen to - any chance of you going back to Albert Ayler for the remaining letters of the alphabet ?
Sorry about that, Lisnaholic -- will try to come up with more Ayler tracks as we go through our jazz alphabet -- but now that we're at "X", I'm at a loss! In fact, the only "X" song I can think of at moment is...

Ray Charles and Milt Jackson - X-Ray Blues



Nice vibes by Milt, but slightly uninspiring for my tastes. From Ray and Milt's classic Soul Meeting album on which Ray occasionally plays a distinctively-voiced, bluesy alto sax (not on this track, though).
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^ That was beautiful.

Albert Ayler - Zion Hill

Milford Graves's drumming is incredible on this album.

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