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    To follow up on Warren Vache, (brother of clarinetist Allan Vache), here is one about 30 years earlier. Is it the same guy looks-wise?.
    I guess so, but the earlier talent is just the same.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r8WVs...yer_detailpage

    I'm totally hooked on the two brothers and the musicians who surround them, (in particular trumpeter Randy Sandke)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TK2RK...yer_detailpage
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    Have to admit gord After youve Gone means Teagarden and Braff to me

    teddy

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    Here is an excellent jazz French pianist who may not be too well known. (My own experience is of his orchestra).

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIQPd...yer_detailpage

    john

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    hi john,bernard peiffer,that was just great. i give that9 out of 10.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wq53s...eature=related
    this is one of the giants, who sadly seems to be out of fashion these days.
    gord

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    Nice piece of boogie gord. I think its boogie woogie that has gone out of fashion as much as anything.

    teddy

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    That was a classic Earl Hines number Gord. I recall seeing him in action, way way back in time. The excellent Sir Charles Thompson was also on the bill and I thought gee! Can't top that! Then in the second half on walked Earl Fatha Hines, and laid waste to all that had gone before!!

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    [QUOTE=OLDUDE;138047]Here is an excellent jazz French pianist who may not be too well known. (My own experience is of his orchestra).

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIQPd...yer_detailpageTE]

    Almost missed this one John. Like his style

    teddy

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    Hi guys,
    Ref. to Gord's track of Earl Hines. He was one of the truly great jazz pianists. I give it 9.5.
    I too think that it's sad that so few of the old time jazzmen get a hearing these days, especially when you reckon that without them our jazz hobby would never have become established. For example http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONDr4...yer_detailpage
    That was 6 jazz legends in the one group.
    Note that in the spiel below the main image, Arne Hoejberg and the Peruna jazzmen were mentioned, so here they are with the modern version;-
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XNo9Q...yer_detailpage

    Cheers John
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    Quote Originally Posted by OLDUDE View Post
    Hi guys,
    Ref. to Gord's track of Earl Hines. He was one of the truly great jazz pianists. I give it 9.5.
    I too think that it's sad that so few of the old time jazzmen get a hearing these days, especially when you reckon that without them our jazz hobby would never have become established.

    Cheers John
    I agree John. When I first came into jazz an older jazz friend told me (quite forcefully!!) "Go back and listen and digest what went before!
    No matter when music was played, it is the way that it was played that counts!" He was right and I am in his debt.

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    Lovely piece John. Thought I was not going to enjoy it, but as my wife likes to tell me, I was wrong again.

    teddy

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    Hi guys,
    I've never been quite sure about this pianist but I think he does this well
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRhVI...yer_detailpage

    Your views?

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j9udj...eature=related
    i know teddy will like this. gord

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0gabgyBU88Y
    when the greatest jazz album ever made is mentioned, this has got to be a serious
    contender.just take a listen to louis and his beautiful trumpet. gord

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    Quote Originally Posted by gord View Post
    This was the first piece that really got to me. Still a favourite after more than forty years

    teddy

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