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Steve Jansen - Corridor (2018)

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Post 2018-07-08 16:19   [Quote] 
Another 18 hour drive later, I was listening to Giant Sand's Chore of Enchantment. Every year I run through my GS collection and always wind up listening to this several times. Hooray for the bottom line man, recommend!
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Post 2018-07-08 18:54   [Quote] 
Finally started my Cecil Taylor binge.

I'm meanwhile quite alienated from modern jazz, but Taylor's early LPs are a bit different.
And... something that is obvious but I was just reminded of again: With his presence on
Taylor's debut LP from 1956, Steve Lacy's at the forefront of avant jazz from day 1.

favorites among ten or so LPs I heard so far:


Complete Live At The Cafe Montmartre from 1962 with Lyons and Murray (double CD)
It sounds all quite the same, but great at that - very much my thing, not one track here I don't like.
I said it before but I repeat: This pretty much is where "chaotic" a.k.a. metrically open free jazz started.
If I see right, it's the first document to contain the free jazz-specific "energy music" approach.


Fondation Maeght Nights, vol. 3 with Lyons, Rivers & Cyrille (1969)
I remember I didn't like this quartet very much, but what? - to my surprise I enjoy this a lot.


Spring Of Two Blue J's Solo + Unit with Lyons, Sirone, Cyrille (1973)
Love the quartet set.

Taylor is a breath of fresh air after all that Sun Ra stuff... there is no comparison between the two.

I have almost the entire discography of Taylor's and I'm looking forward to going through
all of it over the next weeks. Smile

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Post 2018-07-09 02:36   [Quote] 
cookie_manager wrote:

I have almost the entire discography of Taylor's and I'm looking forward to going through
all of it over the next weeks. Smile


That is a tall order! I get a migraine just thinking about it. Be interesting to see what your faves are.
Best of Luck! I may follow your path (on a more limited basis), a different sort of transcendence after
my Popol Vuh binge comes to a close (on Day 8). I like the early Cecil, but do find some/too much of his
later band stuff wearing me down. The smaller the band, the better, down to solo?
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brainpang wrote:
cookie_manager wrote:

I have almost the entire discography of Taylor's and I'm looking forward to going through
all of it over the next weeks. Smile


That is a tall order! I get a migraine just thinking about it. Be interesting to see what your faves are.
Best of Luck! I may follow your path (on a more limited basis), a different sort of transcendence after
my Popol Vuh binge comes to a close (on Day 8). I like the early Cecil, but do find some/too much of his
later band stuff wearing me down. The smaller the band, the better, down to solo?


No kidding. I'm excited to read your thoughts ad you get into the middle 1970s, which was a period of his I never quite understood.

I enjoyed reading your thoughts on Sun Ra.
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Camel - The Single Factor (1982)

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Ozric Tentacles - Afterswish (1992)

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I'm listening to Glenn Hughes' album Addiction, and after thats done, queuing up Get out of My Yard by Paul Gilbert. They're both big and loud. I like it!
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Beardfish - Fran En Plats Du Ej Kan Se (2003)

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David Sylvian, Rhodri Davies & Mark Wastell - There Is No Love (2017)

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Ghost - Prequelle. (Digit.Download)

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