On a mission to like jazz

Discussion in 'Music' started by jasonb, Dec 2, 2013.
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  1. joseph69
    Yeah, I couldn't view it either, and I don't know why.
    I'm going to search for it on Tidal tonight.
     
  2. SilverEars
    Wow, I like this one!

     
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  3. SilverEars
    I see why people use this album as avatar! Wow, excellent quality recording. I'd say quality of this recording is up there with Jazz at the Pawnshop and Dave Brubeck at Carnegie Hall.

     
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  4. Quinto
    Most Riverside recordings in Orrin Keepnews' era were very well recorded.. since the musically great, but sq wise meh album 'Everybody diggs Bill Evans' it went up hill..
     
  5. Quinto


    Sounds of my childhood, I can smell the bloody smoke :D
     
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  6. SilverEars
    Been into Dexter Gordon lately

     
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  7. richard51
    This 4 cd box of jazz are one of the best between my thousand cds jazz collection

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  8. LikeABell
    Here's some Indo-Jazz fusion. There's nothing quite like this in the world, to be honest.
    The band is Shakti.




    Hope you enjoy it.
     
    Last edited: Jan 16, 2018
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  10. GearMe
    Haven't listened to Stanley Jordan in a while..





     
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  15. Growler
    I personally think Big band Jazz is quite easy to get into

    Sing sing sing - Benny Goodman


    Or when it's late at night and you fancy a bit more relaxing in my opinion

    Just the two of us - Grover Washington Jr


    Or something faster

    The sidewinder - Lee Morgan
     
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