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Post subject:   PostPosted: Nov 22, 2013 - 06:01 PM
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Pharoah Sanders - Karma is an awesome find. He has some great records.

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In deference to the Cowboy and his good taste, I'm spinning "Karma". "The Creator Has A Master Plan" is a remarkable piece of music. A great piece of playing and Vocalist/Co-Writer Leon Thomas deserves just as much praise as Pharoah Sanders on this one.

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Chico Hamilton just passed away so I'll be pulling out some Pacific Jazz recordings of his quintet.

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On this early morning, when I should be sleeping, I am instead making a triumphal return to this thread with some guitar Jazz. I'm on two LPs that I don't listen to nearly enough. Both of them are fairly obscure, but no less great for it.

The Wright Approach - Dempsey Wright

This one is a west coast affair from 1961.


Dempsey Wright - Guitar
Richie Kamuca - Tenor
Victor Feldman - Vibraphone, Piano
Ben Tucker - Bass
Stan Levey - Drums


Now's The Time - Mary Osborne

This LP features an all female ensemble. A live recording from the Monticello Room in Rochester, NY, recorded on June 30, 1977.


Mary Osbourne - Guitar
Vi Redd - Tenor
Marian Mcpartland - Piano
Lynn Milano - Bass
Dottie Dodgion - Drums


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Listened to Cecil Taylor - Jazz Advance earlier today. Great tunes.

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I've been in a mood for Long Tall Dexter for the past couple of weeks so it's been nothing but Dexter Gordon on Blue Note and Steeplechase.
He was such a master and may be my favorite tenor. Every note he plays speaks to me.

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since i just returned from col springs i think i'll play something by Johnny Smith while i'm working in the garage today. we got 1/2 inch of snow so til it melts i won't go cut wood.

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I must shamefully admit I'm not a fan of most Pharoah Sanders that I've heard. Today however, one that I really love and pulled again today is "Live in the East" on Impulse. Just some amazing stuff..

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listening to Blue Mitchell's "Blue's Moods" and next, "Smooth As The Wind", from 1960 and 1961 respectively. Both on Riverside.

great way to look at the morning.

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Sonny Rollins - Sonny's Time

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