"Secret Story" by Pat Metheny.
"Secret Story" by Pat Metheny.
The norwegian Arild Andersen (double bass) with Ralph Towner (clasical guitar, acoustic 12 string guitar), AudrunīKleive (snare drum) and Nana Vasconcelos (berimbau, shakers, percussion) - on the album "If You Look Far Enough", ECM Records 1993
"Lux Aeterna" by Terje Rypdal.
Another norwegian Terje Rypdal (guitars, syntheziser guitar, flute) with Miroslav Vitous (double bass/el. bass, piano) and Jack DeJohnette (drums, voice) on the album "To Be Continued", ECM Records 1981.
John Mclaughlin with his band from India, Shakti on the first album "Natural Elements", Sony Music 1977 feat. JM (acoustic guitars, vocals), L. Shankar (violin, viola, vocals), Zakir Hussain (tabla, timbales, bongos, triangle, vocals) and T. H. Vinyakram (ghatam, kanjera, vocals)
The american pianist Fred Simon Trio on his album "DREAMHOUSE", Naim, England 2000 - feat. FS (piano) Kelly Sills (double bass) Sarah Allen (drums).
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"Electric Rendezvous" by Al Di Meola.
The Miles Davis Quintet with the Gil Evans Orchestra on the double album "Live at The Carnegie Hall" CD 2, Columbia Jazz 1962/remast. Sony Music 1998.
The song: Oleo - feat. Miles Davis (trumpet), Hank Mobley (tenor saxophone), Wynton Kelly (piano), Paul Chambers (double bass) and Jimmy Cobb (drums)
Kind of blue......
"From This Moment On" by Diana Krall.
Yusef Lateef--Morning: The Savoy Sessions
Jean-Luc Ponty: The Gift of Time
Cosmic Messenger by Jean-Luc Ponty.
The first rap artist in music world wide, who began his career as a composer of music to B-cowboy films. Self made all the way on the guitar as well. One of the first jazz/rock bands under his supervision The Mothers Of Invention, later on only The Mothers. An anarchist to the system. Lyrics always small stories about society and the "slime", often very funny and a stage performance with no comparison to ordinary jazz or rock bands. You may not consider FRANK ZAPPA a jazz musician, however he did surround himself with some of the best jazz and rock musicians:
The album for this morning in jazz/rock - Overniteī Sensation from 1973 by FRANK ZAPPA (electric guitar, lead vocals).
Jean-Luc Ponty (electric violin, also with Mahavishnu Orchestra), George Duke (keyboards, synthezisers also with Miles Davis), Bruce Fowler (trombone), Sal Marques (trumpet, vocals also with Santana), Ian Underwood (flute, tenor and alto saxophone, clarinet), Ruth Underwood (marimba, percussion), Tom Fowler (el. bass, vocals also with Itīs A Beautiful Day) and Ralph Humprey (drums).
I have known of the american John Abercrombie (guitars, el. mandolin) since he performed in a duo with Ralph Towner on the album Sagasso Sea from the early 1970īs on ECM Records.
On the album "Night", ECM Records 1984 he records with Mike Brecker (tenor saxophone), Jam Hammer (piano, organ) and Jack DeJohnette (drums).
Awesome album. I am always reminded of why Jack DeJohnette has been on the top five poll on drummers throughout 40 years in jazz. His cymbals work has no comparison, except mayby towards the late Tony Williams from the Miles Davis Quintet, who was the idol in drumming of Jack DeJohnette.
Abercrombie and DeJohnette have performed and recorded on numerous albums with the ECM Records. They both enjoy the improvisations.
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"Mystical Adventures" by Jean-Luc Ponty.
"Farewell", ECM Records 1993, by John Abercrombie (guitars), Andy LaVerne (piano), George Mraz (double bass) and Adam Nussbaum (drums)
"Open Mind" by Jean-Luc Ponty.
Kevin Eubanks (acoustic/electric guitars) on his album "Spirit Talk", Capitol Records 1993 with his brother Robin Eubanks (trombone), Kent Jordan (flutes), Dave Holland (double bass), Mark Mondesir or Marvin "Smitty" Smith (drums). The song this morning of jazz is "Union" from the album, a duo between Kevin (acoustic guitar) and Robin Eubanks (trombone) and some drumming in the end.
Kevin Eubanks an awesome guitarist especially on the acoustic guitar IMHO, known for his years long participation on albums by Dave Holand for instance "Extensions", ECM Records 1990.
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