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Post 2011-09-24 08:23   [Quote] 
Kitchenaire's tunes

Album ..... Topic - (V2.0).

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Post 2017-02-01 07:05   [Quote] 


Gandalf - Journey To An Imaginary Land (2017 remaster)

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Post 2017-02-01 11:08   [Quote] 


Godsticks - Emergence. (CD)

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Post 2017-02-01 11:49   [Quote] 
playing a bunch of Alban Berg works here...

String Quartet
5 pieces for clarinet + pno
Altenberg Songs
Three Pieces for Orchestra
Chamber Concerto
Lyrische Suite
Violin Concerto

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Post 2017-02-01 12:17   [Quote] 
Ben Webster meets Oscar Peterson (1959)

A textbook example of how to play a jazz ballad. Zero schmaltz, zero cheap emotion.
Just play the song!
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Post 2017-02-01 18:39   [Quote] 
The Pineapple Thief - 8 Years Later [from Your Wilderness deluxe edition disc 2] (2016)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7KouICSi6U8



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Paul Kantner & Grace Slick - Sunfighter (1971)

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Post 2017-02-02 10:24   [Quote] 
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As awesome as Wetton is the only bassplayers that seemed to follow his lead in some manner and be that crunchy and aggressive inventive is Andrew Weiss (who took it further) from the Rollins band in the early 90s and sometimes Julie Slick.
from the John Wetton-thread, I was searching out this track https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwP_5R5ohCw . I've heard lots of aggressive e-bass noise, certain styles are full of it, but that bass part really grabbed my attention when I checked out "Kill Me Tomorrow" a few months ago.

This bass player, K8 Wince, looks like this https://a3-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/44/fca54fd73b91f7d7d00a41752c46949d/300x300.jpg hearts

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Post 2017-02-02 13:54   [Quote] 
coffee with

Andrew Hill -- Black Fire (1964)
His Blue Note debut and what a grand record it is.

and now

Joe Henderson - The Elements (1974)
A bit of a mess, really. But I like to listen to it every so often.
Track 1 has loads of overdubs that don't really work compared to the live-studio (sometimes treated) tracks that follow.
Pretty cool line-up tho':

Joe Henderson - tenor sax, flute, alto flute, piano (4)
Alice Coltrane - piano, harp, Tambura, harmonium
Charlie Haden - bass
Leon "Ndugu" Chancler - drums (1, 4)
Kenneth Nash - narrator (4), flute (3), congas, North African Sakara Drum, bells, gong, percussion
Baba Duru Oshun - percussion, Tabla
Michael White - violin
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Post 2017-02-02 22:45   [Quote] 
focus today on Ruth Crawford Seeger (bit more than 2 hours)

My favorites are her vocal works:
Three Chants for Female Chorus and Three Songs to poems by Carl Sandburg
(the latter one is kinda bizarre for 1930 but quite humorous)

Didn't Zappa talk about her at some point? (refering to her as Ruth Seeger)

Of course her String Quartet 1931 is a classic, probably her most famous work, and hereby recommended too.

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Post 2017-02-03 06:17   [Quote] 


Mor Karbasi - Ojos De Novia (2016)

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Post 2017-02-03 14:10   [Quote] 
cookie_manager wrote:


Didn't Zappa talk about her at some point? (referring to her as Ruth Seeger)


In his teenage letter to Varèse:

"It may sound strange but I think I have something to offer you in the way of new ideas. One is an elaboration on the principle of Ruth Seeger's contrapuntal dynamics and the other is an extension of the twelve-tone technique which I call the inversion square. It enables one to compose harmonically constructed pantonal music in logical patterns and progressions while still abandoning tonality."

Cool, I actually got to answer a Zappa question!

Last Night Listen:

My Funny Valentine Miles Davis Live In Concert (1965)

Picked this up in a shop for 8 bucks over the weekend and really happy I did.
Except now I will need to add the companion disc at some point...
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Post 2017-02-03 18:00   [Quote] 
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My Funny Valentine Miles Davis Live In Concert (1965)

Picked this up in a shop for 8 bucks over the weekend and really happy I did.
Except now I will need to add the companion disc at some point..


I've got that one lying around here somewhere... hmm

Right now spinning the Allman Bros. Eat a Peach, which I recommend that everyone do some time soon. Although originally from Florida and more partial to blood oranges, Temples, and Hamlins, peaches are rewarding in their own special way.

Been having a strange week. A lot of resting peacefully musicians, and I've followed a lot of YouTube links. I wasn't familiar with Man at all, and so I've been enjoying their work greatly. Somewhere in there I downloaded the "Dead Archives" app for droid so at night with headphones I've been streaming all the GD I've been putting on the back burner for the last 10 years. It's funny because my old reactions are still there, I still know the dates like the back of my elbow. It's nice to be able to stream whole runs of shows and years and watch pieces develop. I'm almost done with with the beginning of 1969, where the material had started to go from strictly-amorphous-long-form-acid-rock-plus-Pigpen, to that plus glimmers of the psychedelic cowboy thing fully embraced by 1970. There's some pretty devastating recordings of the Other One lurking in here. 1/17/69 at UCSB, case in point. Holy crap!

Disc-wise, and from the library where I work part-time, I picked up Weather Report: The Legendary Live Tapes 1978-1981. There's a proper dearth of Weather Report with Jaco on CD so this set makes me very, very happy. His interactions with Peter Erskine are almost like listening to a second band on stage. On one hand there's the Wayne-Joe thing going on, and then there's the other 75% of the total volume output of the band and it suddenly hits you that it is just Jaco and Peter there in the rhythm section with all that thunder. I had a similar revelation when I first heard the live disc from Cuba that Trio of Doom did. Was Erskine ever properly documented on wax with WR? He's properly aggressive! The production on the studio discs is so slick that I'd never noticed.

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Post 2017-02-03 20:25   [Quote] 
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Mor Karbasi - Ojos De Novia (2016)

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Bas, Tomatito family = José Fernández Torres, his son + wife or sister ?

Attended a show from Tomatito + son + others & flamenco dancers. Great !

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T.C. Matic - L'Apache (1982 vinyl)
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