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Old 04-14-2015, 05:08 PM   #41 (permalink)
 
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Neil Ardley: Kaleidoscope of Rainbows is an album divided into numbered "rainbow" tracks. This is the prologue and first rainbow, but I feel it should appear under K, because Kaleidoscope is what it is part of.

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^ I've heard about this album here and there over the years, usually in glowing terms, and yet never managed to get it. Time to remedy that.

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^ I've heard about this album here and there over the years, usually in glowing terms, and yet never managed to get it. Time to remedy that.
Well, I hope you enjoy it, ribbons. It´s an album that´s highly regarded by the critics, but doesn´t seem to be in circulation very much. For me, that opening track is really the most striking of the Rainbows.

In turn, I´m not familiar with anything by Archie Shepp. For some reason, the Los Ovidados clip doesn´t open for me, but I went to YouTube and found some great saxophone playing on his Magic of Ju Ju album - so thanks for the tip off !
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Bump with Sabu Martinez:-

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It's also my guess that the hundred numbers are going to be more of a challenge - which is why I'm not adding to the sequence, but instead reviving this game if I can: https://www.musicbanter.com/jazz-blu...etic-jazz.html

See you there perhaps, ziggywas ?
True the 100's gonna be harder. and plankton's posts were even beforhand hard for me to figure out.. on the other hand i prefer to play this with numbers as they are universal. Plus i dont know much about jazz. On the other hand i (as everybody) dig Bill Evans:

Bill Evans - One For Helen


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so i guess we ll see
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^ Well, you made it as far as one contribution, which is more than many MBers! Well done

I listened to both Nefertiti and One For Helen, but alas I'm not a huge fan of jazz piano, so here's a nudge in a different direction: an old favourite of mine, Cross Collateral by Passport. It's jazz/rock fusion really, but still counts, right?

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