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  1. 28 Apr '08 02:00
    Joanne Brackeen "Six Ate"
    Ornette Coleman "Beauty Is a Rare Thing"
    Paul Bley "Nothing to Declare"
    Ivo Perelman Quartet "Sieiro"
  2. 28 Apr '08 03:50
    the last jazz i listened to was something i was told was "fusion jazz":
    Fictitious Sports, by Nick Mason. It's not my cup of tea.
  3. 28 Apr '08 14:02
    Originally posted by PinkFloyd
    the last jazz i listened to was something i was told was "fusion jazz":
    Fictitious Sports, by Nick Mason. It's not my cup of tea.
    Because it was too close to jazz or not close enough?
  4. Subscriber FMF
    Main Poster
    28 Apr '08 16:48
    Bill Dixon with Exploding Star Orchestra (2008)
    Patricia Barber - Modern Cool (2004)
    Bojan Z Trio - Transpacifik (2001)
    E.S.T. - Live In Hamburg (2007)
    John Zorn - 2008 - Dreamers (live)
    Charlie Haden - Not In Our Name (2005)
    Evan Parker & Transatlantic Art Ensemble - Boustrophedon (2008)
  5. 28 Apr '08 21:53
    Originally posted by ThinkOfOne
    Because it was too close to jazz or not close enough?
    not sure. I don't care for jazz, but never found it painful to listen to--until I heard that.
  6. 29 Apr '08 22:41
    Phil Woods/Herbie Mann--Beyond Brooklyn...

    Woods is an alto player I'm getting into. My boss at work is both an alto player and the leader of a large jazz ensemble and he describes Woods' playing in the following way: "like Charlie Parker but with better tone!"

    Jerry Garcia and Grisman playing Miles' So What too...it's from the album the pizza tapes, which is far from jazz but still great.
  7. Standard member neonpeon41
    The Conductor
    03 May '08 03:11
    Dave Brubeck--Vocal Encounters
  8. 03 May '08 17:49
    Chet Baker "The Best of Chet Baker Plays"
    Albert Ayler "Live in Greenwich Village"
    Getz/Barron "People Time"
  9. 03 May '08 18:37
    Originally posted by ThinkOfOne
    Chet Baker "The Best of Chet Baker Plays"
    Albert Ayler "Live in Greenwich Village"
    Getz/Barron "People Time"
    A little West Coast, heh? You must top it off with Art Pepper or at least Shelley Manne.
  10. 03 May '08 21:12
    Originally posted by badmoon
    A little West Coast, heh? You must top it off with Art Pepper or at least Shelley Manne.
    What do you think? The Aladdin recordings for Pepper and the Blackhawk recordings for Manne?
  11. 04 May '08 04:24
    Originally posted by ThinkOfOne
    What do you think? The Aladdin recordings for Pepper and the Blackhawk recordings for Manne?
    I bow to the great Mr Pepper.
  12. 05 May '08 02:21
    Originally posted by ThinkOfOne
    Joanne Brackeen "Six Ate"
    Ornette Coleman "Beauty Is a Rare Thing"
    Paul Bley "Nothing to Declare"
    Ivo Perelman Quartet "Sieiro"
    By the way ..., did you get your name from the Wynton Marsalis album, "Think of One"? I noticed the jazz question and then your 'name' ...

    Pat Metheny Group - "Jaco"
  13. 05 May '08 02:44
    Originally posted by dizzyfingers
    By the way ..., did you get your name from the Wynton Marsalis album, "Think of One"? I noticed the jazz question and then your 'name' ...

    Pat Metheny Group - "Jaco"
    You might want to consider where Marsalis got the name of his album 🙂
  14. 05 May '08 21:43
    Bill Evans - Sunday at the Village Vanguard
  15. Standard member uzless
    The So Fist
    06 May '08 00:34
    Muddy Waters - Floyd's Guitar Blues.


    Classic Muddy here folks.