What jazz have you been listening to today?

JHC

Chief assistant to the assistant chief
I just d/l Brubeck's "Time further out" I have been listening to a series on our night radio about Brubeck and was reminded just how progressive he was he even played atonal music without knowing it but even better left hand atonal right hand tonal and they went together superbly sorry I did not take note of the name of the piece, to get back to :Time further out" this explored time signatures: 3/4 4/4 5/4 6/4 7/4 8/4 8/8 9/8. so interesting.
 

gord

New member
Charlie parker--massey hall concert 1953--giants of jazz
john Coltrane--live at the village vanguard--impulse
dexter Gordon--one flight up--blue note
 

gord

New member
sonny rollins--global warming-milestone
mildred bailey--squeeze me-a geat lady-asv living era
jack teagarden--meet me where they play the blues-bethlehem
 

gord

New member
McCoy tyner plays john Coltrane live at the village vanguard
barrett deems big band-grooving high
 

JHC

Chief assistant to the assistant chief
The Dutch Swing College that brings back memories a fantastic clarinet player if I remember rightly.
 

Dorsetmike

New member
Saw them once in Bristol back around 1990, had the Lindy Hoppers jiving on stage for some numbers. Got 2 of their CDs, Amazon UK lists 18 pages, although I've not looked at all of them; most seem to have MP3 downloads available usually about £7.99, actual CD prices vary widely, saw one at £42!

Quite a few pages of them on youtube too.
 

gord

New member
jack teagarden-shades of night-capitol. teagarden,hank jones,jack lesberg,don lamond, and five saxophones. play 12 ballads,superb.
 

gord

New member
hello,is there anybody out there?
felt like listening to some Coltrane today.so I played my two favorites,
coltranes sound-atlantic
Dakar-prestige gord
 

teddy

Duckmeister
Hello gord
I am still just about here

Brubeck - The Essentials
Turned up nice and loud to drown out next doors yapping dog

teddy
 

gord

New member
eddie condon--jamming at condons-Columbia
eddie condon--coast to coast jam session-Columbia
Louis Armstrong--plays w.c. handy-Columbia
three great Dixieland albums.
 
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