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stu666 08.27.2008 11:12 AM

 

noisereductions 08.27.2008 11:17 AM

gmku, have you heard this? Recently came out on Fantasy:

 

gmku 08.27.2008 11:18 AM

No! Looks very interesting, though. Is it good?

Wow, Coltrane & Adderly together! And Bill Evans. Man, that's gotta be good. What are the dates of the sessions?

atsonicpark 08.27.2008 11:22 AM

Fuck On The Beach..

noisereductions 08.27.2008 11:25 AM

The cover is deceiving, son. It's really like a compilation of tracks by the different players... I'll see if I can dig up more info...

noisereductions 08.27.2008 11:29 AM

Sides of Blue: The Jazz Greats Who Played on Kind of Blue


Review by Michael G. Nastos, All Music Guide
Excepting ringmaster Miles Davis, this collection featured the artists who accompanied Davis on the groundbreaking Kind of Blue album, evoking the same kind of spirit, verve, and mellow approach that signified the trumpeter's magnum opus. Three selections by Cannonball Adderley with Bill Evans are the centerpiece, but John Coltrane's "Theme for Ernie" and especially Trane with Tadd Dameron for the quintessential "On a Misty Night" set this tone definitively. The remainder of the material is pleasant enough, though Adderley's "Winetone" is a bit obscure. Not from the Fantasy/Prestige labels, the missing identifier, the classic Blue Note label take of "Autumn Leaves," stands out like a sore thumb in its absence. It is good to remember and honor this era of modern jazz, but overemphasizing it seems to be the norm rather than the exception from here on.

_slavo_ 08.27.2008 03:35 PM

Einsturzende Neubauten - Zerstoerte Zelle

_slavo_ 08.27.2008 03:54 PM

 

EMMAh 08.27.2008 04:05 PM

The Whores Hustle and the Hustlers Whore - PJ Harvey

Torn Curtain 08.27.2008 04:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by al shabbray
Quote:

Originally Posted by Torn Curtain
Can - London, Paris Theatre 1973.02.19 FM (from dime)

would you post a link please?


CAN - London ,Paris Theatre 1973.02.19 FM broadcast,excellent quality,MP3 sample ,complete broadcast, incomplete show 32 min., reseed
by booomboom


Some other links there:

http://www.sonicyouth.com/gossip/sho...200#post664200

gmku 08.27.2008 04:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by noisereductions
Sides of Blue: The Jazz Greats Who Played on Kind of Blue


Review by Michael G. Nastos, All Music Guide
Excepting ringmaster Miles Davis, this collection featured the artists who accompanied Davis on the groundbreaking Kind of Blue album, evoking the same kind of spirit, verve, and mellow approach that signified the trumpeter's magnum opus. Three selections by Cannonball Adderley with Bill Evans are the centerpiece, but John Coltrane's "Theme for Ernie" and especially Trane with Tadd Dameron for the quintessential "On a Misty Night" set this tone definitively. The remainder of the material is pleasant enough, though Adderley's "Winetone" is a bit obscure. Not from the Fantasy/Prestige labels, the missing identifier, the classic Blue Note label take of "Autumn Leaves," stands out like a sore thumb in its absence. It is good to remember and honor this era of modern jazz, but overemphasizing it seems to be the norm rather than the exception from here on.


Damn, that's disappointing. I thought this was some lost treasure, some tapes somebody dug up of all these guys together playing. Okay, never mind.

stu666 08.27.2008 05:54 PM


 

Cantankerous 08.27.2008 05:59 PM

 

gmku 08.27.2008 06:10 PM

Fugazi - End Hits

Not one I normally go to when I'm in the mood for Fugazi, and I remember why. It's mediocre Fugazi. But that's still a lot better than a lot of shit.

viewtiful_alan 08.27.2008 06:30 PM

 

Danny Himself 08.27.2008 06:32 PM

 


"..and I wonder how the same moon over this Chinatown fair could look down on Illinois and find you there.."

gmku 08.27.2008 06:37 PM

Moved on the The All-Seeing Eye by Wayne Shorter.

luisxvi 08.27.2008 06:42 PM

I am listening to Mom Jeans.

noisereductions 08.27.2008 07:35 PM

 


A favorite of mine in Ra's discography. One of only three (that I know of) solo piano recordings. Very, very good stuff.

EMMAh 08.27.2008 08:45 PM

Rhinoceros - The Smashing Pumpkins


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