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have to say i really like this performance

 

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and this - what a bass player

 

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Anyone here like warren wolf. Just discovered him today. 

 

 

 

Here is the album

 

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Whats going on? It's almost like this thread is dying! Her is something to wake it up again. 

 

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It's not dead...it's dreaming.
That is not dead which can eternal lie,
And with strange aeons even death may die.

 

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Here are two recent live videos of David Murray, one of my all time favorite tenor sax and bass clarinet players.

 

 

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you guys should check this guy out. He is an incredible drummer. I'm gonna get some of his records. The guitar player is brilliant also. 

 


Edited by magiccabbage - 9/12/14 at 10:57am
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Here's an album worth checking out. Unfortunately this was the only song I managed to find on YouTube. Recorded live in studio directly to two-track by Jim Anderson. Christian McBride on bass and Mino Cinelu on drums.

 

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Here's an album worth checking out. Unfortunately this was the only song I managed to find on YouTube. Recorded live in studio directly to two-track by Jim Anderson. Christian McBride on bass and Mino Cinelu on drums.

 

very nice. Thanks for posting

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I don't know much about the vibraphone but I like it and it is the anchor in this music.  Very nice.  On vacation and might need to get caught up with this thread and buy some new music.  Hard to break away from favorites but gotta do it to stay current.

 

 

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The group have 2 really good albums 

 

I prefer "guided tour" - the song "remembering Tano" sounds amazing. 

 

   

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Originally Posted by icebear View Post

Not to waste time on something terrible, here is something amazing : 

I recently got the "regular" CD version, that only occasionally pops up used.

The 24 bit remastered version seems prohibitive expensive

The Three

Joe Sample, piano         Ray Brown, bass      Shelly Manne, drums

This 1975 recording is pure bliss.  High class musicians in a good and swinging mood and recording engineers that captured every little nuance. RVG could have learned something ;).

Originally Posted by Mingus Ah Um View Post

Very nice.  Just listened to this on youtube.  I need to find a CD recording if I can though.

Originally Posted by preproman View Post

Where can I download it from?

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It doesn't seem to be available, even as MP3.

 

Funny...a couple of us were just talking about Joe Sample on the 'What are you listening to right now thread'  He recently passed away RIP.  

 

Great album...I'd recommend picking it up on Amazon Digital Music as this version also has the alternate versions of the songs originally released on the Direct-to-Disc release on East Wind

 

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00115ART2

 

$8.99 for 12 great songs


Edited by GearMe - 9/14/14 at 11:07am
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This album is one of the albums that let me on a path from blues and rock to liking jazz and later classical too.

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