Michel Camilo - One More Once
"Setting Standards" by the Standards Trio.
Michel Camilo Quartet with Big Band on his faboulos album "One More Once", Sony Music 1994.
Michel Camilo - piano
Anthony Jackson - acoustic guitar bass, double bass
Marvin "Smitty" Smith - drums
AWESOME album. The second song "Why Not" and song six "Just Kidding" are yet some of the best MC compositions.
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Jazz for tuesday´s lunch. Joe Henderson Quintet on his inflamatory album "Our Thing", recorded by Blue Note Records 1963, remastered 1999.
Joe Henderson - tenor saxophone
Kenny Dorham - trumpet
Andrew Hill - piano
Eddie Khan - double bass
Pete La Roca - drums
Joe Henderson and Kenny Dorham are legends in jazz as a trumpeter and a saxophonist on the same set or stage. This album prove the two of them at their very best.
Dear friend Corno Dolce
Have you received the albums by Terje Rypdal?
Hi Intet - Hi Mat,
Yes, and I like each and every track on them.
How´s ya been Deeru Piotr
I see you hit on the old double album "Expectations", from 1972 by Keith Jarrett. In your honor dear sir, you should try another double album recorded three years earlier "Foundations", Atlantic Records 1969. Almost the same musicians as on "Expectations", except for Sam Brown (el. guitar) and the Big Band are not on the "Foundations" album.
On topic this Wednesday morning:
The musicians on "Foundations" are:
Keith Jarrett - piano, soprano saxophone, osi drums and percussion
Dewey Redman - tenor saxophone, Chinese musette and percussion
Charlie Haden - double bass
Paul Motian - drums and percussion
Guilhermo Franco - percussion
At your conveinience sir!!
Great to hear Corno Dolce And even better that you enjoy the albums, which I am sure you will recognize at least for the Terje Rypdal albums, they are very different in the compositions and the instrumentation.
So happy, I could advice (for once) you, my dear friend and inspirator.