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bevCyclone
Feb 07 2011
at 3:01 PM
What music are you listening to now?
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Kooltrane
Jan 23 2016
at 1:15 PM
Bookmark and Share "Blackstar" by David Bowie. The final masterwork by one of the great artists of our time.
shockandwoe
Dec 25 2015
at 12:05 AM
Bookmark and Share Listening to and watching Ben Howard playing End of the Affair on Late Night with Jools Holland...what a nice Christmas present to myself...or as the host would have it, "an extraordinary and unique performance!"
Oystein
Dec 09 2015
at 3:18 AM
Bookmark and Share The Norwegian/ Polish singer Radka Toneff - "Fairytales", with Steve Dobrogosz on piano. This is a newly released remaster of this classic from the 70s, an outstanding performance that still raises the hair on my neck...
shockandwoe
Nov 29 2015
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Bookmark and Share The way Manu Sija "shreds" those "nylons" for part of his solo on First Circle is priceless...i don’t think youtube and the web is necessarily bad for artists ...it just forces them to approach their craft a different way...I saw a recent interview with James Taylor and he seems to hold a similar view
bebe
Nov 26 2015
at 4:09 PM
Bookmark and Share Right now? Milton Nascimento- Angelus. There is some great Pat. My turkey is still cooking and I don’t even care. Happy Thanksgiving.
akakak
Nov 26 2015
at 8:37 AM
Bookmark and Share Laura Marling - an amazing songwriter and singer. Also, Brad Mehldau’s new solo set. Absolutely brilliant and spiritual.
HAMBONE
Nov 25 2015
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Bookmark and Share The Lincoln Center Orchestra Live from Cuba. The best big band in the US paying a visit to Cuba and playing some great Cuban arrangements. None better.And Dave Stryker Messin wirh Mr T. Getting ready to see Dave and Eric Alexander this weekend playing and paying respect to some classic Stanley Turrentine compositions. Both tremendous!
franksexton
Nov 24 2015
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Bookmark and Share In my previous post , I was referring to mugsy’s post on Brad Mehldau’s live solo performances.
shockandwoe
Nov 20 2015
at 9:22 PM
Bookmark and Share Manu Sija, young Argentinian musician, has a cover of First Circle and also Jean Luc-Ponty’s Enigmatic Ocean on youtube. Wow!
franksexton
Nov 20 2015
at 11:37 AM
Bookmark and Share i like his covers of Parinoid Android and My Favorite Things alot.
mugsy
Nov 16 2015
at 5:40 PM
Bookmark and Share Brad Mehldau has a new four CD set: 10 years of solo live performances. This is the most incredible set of music that I have listened to in a very long time. I have been listening non-stop since it arrived on Friday! It is a mixture of classical, pop and jazz - all played in a jazzy Mehldau style. His version of God Only Knows is so incredible, I can’t find the words to describe it. I saw him about two years ago and he played it then and I was SO HAPPY to see it on this collection of music. There are a couple of Beatle songs also - Blackbird & And I Love Her - also really fantastic arrangements! Check it out!
yossarian
Nov 06 2015
at 4:35 PM
Bookmark and Share Son of Thirteen from Day Trip by this guy called Pat Metheny. Love this track and the arrangement but I’m struggling working out the chords at the ends of the A and B sections.
Oystein
Oct 28 2015
at 4:23 AM
Bookmark and Share Scott Henderson did a trio gig i Tromsø last week, and what a guitar-blast it was! Anyway; been digging up som Scott Henderson stuff after that, and found him on a record by Cristiano Palato; Ostinato Bass. Great funky fusion.
Kooltrane
Oct 26 2015
at 4:45 PM
Bookmark and Share John Scofield and Joe Lovano "Past Present"; slinky, dirty-ass grooves combined w/serious be-bop chops.
shockandwoe
Oct 26 2015
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Bookmark and Share Have You Heard...makes me happy!
john
Oct 25 2015
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Bookmark and Share John McLaughlin and 4D Black Light. A great band performance with fantastic playing from John. This continues a terrific run of recordings. Cheers John.
franksexton
Oct 20 2015
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Bookmark and Share Thanks to patsfan, I picked up a Bass Desries album Second Sight (Marc Johnson,Frisell,Scofiled,Erskine). I love the first track, still digesting the rest of it. Right now I am listening to a David Torn album (Prezens) I just picked up.
shockandwoe
Oct 14 2015
at 12:58 AM
Bookmark and Share The Fields, The Sky from the live album "Travels" (1982). Americana at its best! The song fits perfectly with the wallpaper image on this site!
mario toni
Oct 11 2015
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Bookmark and Share @ Qystein not only they are a great players (also Patitucci is here!!!) but quality of compositions is really high. It’s really strange how the album of such quality is overlooked...
naut
Oct 09 2015
at 2:41 PM
Bookmark and Share McLaughlin’s Black Light. I like it as well as anything John’s done in a decade, or at least since the formation of 4th Dimension, whichever came first. Blazing and spiritual, and the percussion work is extraordinary.
Oystein
Oct 09 2015
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Bookmark and Share Thanks for the input, Mario. Great album. Eric`s playing is just phenomenal, and so perfectly fitted with Chuck`s brilliant guitar.
jsjj21
Oct 08 2015
at 4:25 PM
Bookmark and Share Joe Jackson’s new one - "Fast Forward" Highly recommended if you like Joe Jackson! Hope everyone is doing well!
mario toni
Oct 05 2015
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Bookmark and Share Marienthal & Loeb "Bridges" album! One of the best in 2015.
patsfan
Sep 30 2015
at 11:29 PM
Bookmark and Share Bass Desires ..... An absolute gem of a classic combo(1989) !.......Scofield, Frisell, Erskine, and Marc Johnson... Timeless, and not to be missed !!!! Fusion at it’s very best !!!
bluepno
Sep 28 2015
at 10:23 AM
Bookmark and Share Piano Improvisations, Childrens’ Songs...Chick Corea
jmcgarvey
Sep 27 2015
at 9:25 AM
Bookmark and Share I listen to The Way Up about 5 times a week as I run. Then pop in the DVD on Sunday mornings of the same. No one has listened to it more. Have you?
naut
Sep 23 2015
at 7:48 PM
Bookmark and Share Noam Chomsky. He knows things.
blisterfree
Sep 13 2015
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Bookmark and Share Revisiting the great Wayne Krantz’ "Long to Be Loose." I found this one challenging when I first heard it 20 years ago. Now it’s smooth as silk. Way, way up there among the great underappreciated records in jazz. No one else multitasks on the guitar quite the way Wayne does, and certainly not with a voice as original.
mario toni
Sep 08 2015
at 3:19 PM
Bookmark and Share All of this summer was Lee Ritenour’s "Earth Run" album and new one "Twist of Rit"...
brianlahr
Sep 08 2015
at 1:40 PM
Bookmark and Share I have listened to Pat and the band since the 70’s, and can’t seem to get enough. Right now however, I’m listening (and learning to play) Ludovico Einaudi. His minimalist piano compositions are both haunting and beautiful. Like PM’s music, deeply evocative. Enjoy!
Oystein
Aug 28 2015
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Bookmark and Share Philip Catherine - Oscar. Brilliant guitar and brilliant rythm section. Guitar jazz European style...
sunship
Aug 21 2015
at 1:11 PM
Bookmark and Share Nik Bartsch - "Llyria" - If you can imagine what Swiss design sounds like, this would be it... The first track is so creative and moving. What an artist!
BobSmith
Aug 14 2015
at 10:31 PM
Bookmark and Share Little Feat "Time Loves a Hero" and Prefab Sprout "Two Wheels Good".
Oystein
Aug 10 2015
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Bookmark and Share Yes - Close to the edge. One of their best, IMHO. No one could handle the Rickenbacker like Chris Squire. If there is a bass-heaven, he`ll be jammin` with Jaco now
naut
Jul 06 2015
at 4:36 PM
Bookmark and Share "Flower Hour" - I’m sure many of you have this. After listening to it numerous times over the past month(s), as I am now, I’ve decided the concert album has some of Pat’s finest sustained playing, live or otherwise, with a killer band in support. Anything good you can think or say about this group’s members is in full swing: Jack, Dave, Herbie, Pat. Lord, have mercy! The "Parallel Realities" tour is one I’m sorry to have missed.
BobSmith
Jun 22 2015
at 11:35 PM
Bookmark and Share Michal Urbaniak "Jasmine Lady" from his album Urbaniak. Lovely unison sections between violin and Urszula Dudziak’s voice. Urbaniak is a really fantastic record and my favorite of his. A young Kenny Kirkland on keyboards too, showing why he became one of the greats.
Oystein
Jun 22 2015
at 7:28 AM
Bookmark and Share Joshua Redman - Walking Shadows, with Larry Grenadier, Brad Meldhau and Brian Blade. Easy listening with some slick saxophone, excellent music for keeping both me and my patients at ease :-)
mountain
Jun 17 2015
at 10:52 AM
Bookmark and Share PM Radio - Map of the World!
Oystein
Jun 12 2015
at 6:15 AM
Bookmark and Share Giving SongX another try, but once again finding that my brain is still not completely ready... On the other hand; Ornette did a fantastic show in Tromsø in -91, and I totally understood most of it. Brilliant musicianship! Being able to really "getting" the complex music gave me a certain feeling of having a higher intelligence... Well...
naut
Jun 07 2015
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Bookmark and Share Shuffling some Towner discs: "Ana," "Batik," "Blue Sun," "Diary." Nothing like some solo Ralph to soothe the soul.
BobSmith
Jun 02 2015
at 9:17 PM
Bookmark and Share Phronesis "Charm Defensive" from Walking Dark. Have a new setup I’m trying out, got into the portable digital thing, ala Head-Fi. Anyway, I got a FiiO X-1 (poorman’s X3/ X5) DAP, hooked up through a Cayin C5 portable amp going into a set of Sennheiser HD-598’s. Sounds really nice, and the Senns, being open headphones, really pick out the acoustics/soundstage of the tom-toms beautifully, like almost outside of your head at times.
bluepno
May 28 2015
at 8:12 AM
Bookmark and Share Jazztet...the complete sessions...Art Farmer/Benny Golson.
shockandwoe
May 27 2015
at 1:19 AM
Bookmark and Share The Seldom Seen Kid by Elbow with the BBC Concert Orchestra. It’s on youtube. The song Weather to Fly makes me cry,,,,"Are we having the time of our lives!".
tiny_tim
May 27 2015
at 1:03 AM
Bookmark and Share Terence Trent d’Arby...can remember distinctly him hitting the music scene in Spring 1987 (Euro release) with his album "Introducing the Hard Line According to Terence Trent D’Arby"....what a presence and soulful voice.....here’s a few examples from his 1995 "Vibrator Tour" gig in London’s Shepards Bush.....pure energy.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVLXya1bfd8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJWMCgCdaF0
Ian
May 20 2015
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Bookmark and Share I’ve been listening to Ben Williams "Coming of Age" the last few weeks, and it’s quickly becoming a favorite.
HAMBONE
May 18 2015
at 12:48 PM
Bookmark and Share My favorite Mike Stern cd "Who Let the Cats Out?" Great line-up, great music. Check out ex PMG Gregoire Maret on Texas, smokin! Jean Luc Ponty "Tchokola", beautiful meld of JLP mastery on the violin and African rhythmns. And of course BB KIng "Duets" in honor of "The King"
patsfan
May 16 2015
at 10:43 PM
Bookmark and Share Naut. (You must live on the east or west coast ?). .... Indeed, this collaboration between Sco and Frisell was historical, and unique, and with Peter Erskine, this album was a huge success for Mark Johnson. Very unique tunes, and as Amazon says, ’will appeal to fans of Pat Metheny ’ . Mojo highway and Samarai are my favs. And it’s worth watching this live performance on you tube.
BobSmith
May 16 2015
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Bookmark and Share patsfan--One of my favorites, bought it on vinyl back in the day. "A Wishing Doll" is one I always get chills listening to. Probably some of the best solos from Scofield and Friselll as you’ll ever hear are on that tune.
naut
May 15 2015
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Bookmark and Share I listened to Bass Desires the other day on cassette. You’re right, patsfan. Great album. I followed it with Shades of Jade, another Johnson record I love. Hard to believe that album is ten years old. / Listening to a little Dave Holland now: Extensions. Need to see who’s on guitar....
patsfan
May 14 2015
at 10:59 PM
Bookmark and Share Bass Desires. .... A classic jazz ’ fusion ’ album from 25 years ago. Marc Johnson’s best album, along with Bill Frisell, Peter Erskine and John Scofield. Pensive and strikingly unique compositions. Hauntingly beautiful. And sequel album, Second Sight, almost as good.
Oystein
Apr 22 2015
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Bookmark and Share Insert Popcorn`s Steve Gadd-message here: Also spinning one of my favourite Pink Floyds; Animals. This is the record drummer Nick Mason said he didn`t remember making... Hmmm, the age of psychedelia
patsfan
Apr 19 2015
at 3:08 PM
Bookmark and Share Naut. ... Granted, Pierinunzi is talented , perhaps approaching a Mehldau level, but from what I heard on you tube, guitar is not approaching Pat’s level ( and who in the world can ? ) . But, a nice interplay of discordant rhythms. But , in typical Italian fashion , the album is not even available until later in October, so we’ll have to see ......but a comparison to Pat ? .... Especially on acoustic. ?
tiny_tim
Apr 19 2015
at 5:57 AM
Bookmark and Share Keepin’ an eye and ear out for eclectic Laura Jurd here in the London jazz scene......https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZqmedoERMg and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvkFZxDT16Q vid/sound quality not the best.... but you will get the picture....
naut
Apr 14 2015
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Bookmark and Share Enrico Pieranunzi & Federico Casagrande, "Double Circle." As far as I know, this is Pieranunzi’s first foray into duo playing with an acoustic guitarist. This is a good one. Dare I say that it approaches the brilliance of Pat’s work with Mehldau? It’s quieter, perhaps, but still a gorgeous duet album of piano and acoustic guitar. Just lovely.
popcorn
Apr 11 2015
at 12:35 PM
Bookmark and Share Steve Gadd Band’s "70 Strong." The title refers to Gadd’s age, and he’s stronger than ever. His best album as a leader, and that’s saying something because I loved the drummer’s Gadd Gang recordings. Most tunes are originals. He tackles pop jazz, straight-ahead jazz, soul jazz, fusion and world music. Impeccable support from Walt Fowler, Larry Goldings, Jimmy Johnson and Michael Landau.
tiny_tim
Apr 03 2015
at 5:20 AM
Bookmark and Share Norah Jones..."The Fall" album, where have I been!...and going to see/hear Lara Jurd 4tet tonight in London. She’s defo on my radar ...
METHenyaddicted
Apr 01 2015
at 4:05 PM
Bookmark and Share ’December in New York’ off the new Bill Laurance cd ’Swift’.
jazziz22
Apr 01 2015
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Bookmark and Share Love Gerald Clayton ... good choice ...
BobSmith
Mar 31 2015
at 8:07 PM
Bookmark and Share Gerald Clayton’s 2013 "Life Forum" has been spinning 1’s and 0’s across several digital playback media as of late. This young man is something else.
Chris Digger
Mar 21 2015
at 7:47 AM
Bookmark and Share 2 superb discs of Jacob Karlzon 3: MORE and SHINE. Rich melodies and harmonies plus cool and groovy beats! Strong compositions and killer piano solos!
BobSmith
Mar 20 2015
at 11:18 AM
Bookmark and Share Question and Answer--I still can remember the day I bought the CD. I was thinking, when I saw the Roy Haynes birthday celebration on the website, that Roy wasn’t much older than Pat is now when they recorded that great album--64 I guess. Roy, in 1990, would have been considered the "older dude" then and here Pat will turn 61 in August. These days I consider 64 still well on the young side what with people’s general longevity in 2015 and guys like Corea, McLaughlin, Towner and Gary Burton (to name a just a few) in their 70’s and still out there in a significant way.
naut
Mar 17 2015
at 10:53 AM
Bookmark and Share Exhilarating new guitar trio album, Skydive Trio "Sun Moee," with Thomas T Dahl (guitars),Mats Eilertsen (double bass), Olavi Louhivuori (drums).
jazziz22
Feb 28 2015
at 6:35 AM
Bookmark and Share foper ... met Bill Laurence at the Snarky Puppy Family Dinner Vol 2 recording session in New Orleans ... great guy, very accessible - he adv’d his next CD should be out the end of March ... love his Flint CD ...
foper
Feb 21 2015
at 6:35 AM
Bookmark and Share Bill Lawrence: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_WysQreTa-M
Ian
Feb 20 2015
at 4:22 PM
Bookmark and Share Yes Blisterfree, I love that tune. Perhaps the dream is dreaming us!
patsfan
Feb 18 2015
at 7:57 PM
Bookmark and Share I’ve forgotten about TAP. ... But a revisit of ’Sareil ’ reminded me of the this unique and beautiful tune, and I love playing it at high volume !
blisterfree
Feb 15 2015
at 1:39 AM
Bookmark and Share Sting - "When the Angels Fall" from Soul Cages. Such a touching melody and lyric.
BobSmith
Feb 14 2015
at 9:16 PM
Bookmark and Share Dave Hazeltine Trio "I’ll Keep Loving You" streaming on the computer from Audiophile Jazz on Shoutcast using Winamp.
Mike S.
Feb 07 2015
at 5:58 AM
Bookmark and Share Laura Nyro, I Am the Blues! WOW!!!! Haven’t heard it in a LONG time since I no longer have a tape player.......Check it out if you have never heard it before!
mugsy
Feb 06 2015
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Bookmark and Share Hey Patsfan, I have seen Pat at the winery a couple of times. Saw the ID tour and then saw the Day Trip with David Sanchez... both great concerts. The winery is acoustically "okay" but it being outdoors on a warm California evening...makes it superb. I have the ID DVD and love it!
JamesInNC
Feb 05 2015
at 11:43 AM
Bookmark and Share Rhiannon Giddens "She’s Got You" from the upcoming album, "Tomorrow Is My Turn." Good lord....uh uh uh!!! Man...what a voice!
naut
Feb 04 2015
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Bookmark and Share You got that right, Oy. Thanks for re-focusing my attention on the great album. Pat often, better yet always, finds superb ways of revisiting familiar ground. (As is the case with OP.) Hey, is Anna singing about "apple dumplings" at 3:05 on the second track? Yummy.
patsfan
Feb 03 2015
at 8:24 PM
Bookmark and Share Imaginary Day DVD.... Great production by Steve Rodby ... And I just love the music if even you just listen to it. Great venue... Paul Masson Winery 1997. Anyone out there go to it ???? Or have the DVD?
Oystein
Feb 03 2015
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Bookmark and Share Upojenie - Jopek/Metheny ...again. Pat`s soloing on this record is beyond fantastic!
naut
Jan 03 2015
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Bookmark and Share I love that cover too, Kooltrane, and commented on it elsewhere. Sheep would’ve been too obvious.... Great album as well!
BobSmith
Jan 03 2015
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Bookmark and Share Freigeweht-- Rainer Brüninghaus . An old favorite that still sounds great. Kenny Wheeler shines. No bass but not lacking bottom. Rainer had a way of combining acoustic piano and synthesizer in a very organic, natural way for fairly early days of that technology. This recording of mine has gone from early 1980 ECM vinyl to DAT and then DAT to MP3.
Kooltrane
Jan 01 2015
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Bookmark and Share James Farm-City Folks; Joshua Redman et al. Outstanding players and compositions. Hilarious CD cover as well.
naut
Dec 31 2014
at 12:56 PM
Bookmark and Share JT, In the Pocket. As good as Gorilla (or stronger?) from beginning to his golden moments. Nappy Yew Hear, folks~
franksexton
Dec 03 2014
at 10:56 AM
Bookmark and Share music of Eivind Aarset - really good , any other fans out there ?
Oystein
Nov 27 2014
at 6:07 AM
Bookmark and Share Old vinyl on my new vinyl player; Freddie Hubbard - "Gettin` it Together" New vinyl on my new vinyl player; KIN
blisterfree
Nov 25 2014
at 10:28 PM
Bookmark and Share What am I listening to (and watching) now? Why, it’s an Amazon dot com commercial that just so happens to feature a cameo appearance of the Kin album cover art. This ad is currently in rotation on Hulu Plus (Fox network programming). Also on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCe6YCyXrlI
naut
Nov 11 2014
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Bookmark and Share Just put on The Sound of Summer Running. Thought it would be good for today, since it’s NEGATIVE-FREAKIN’-TEN! (or thereabouts) Summer’s done run....Shuffled the two Methdau albums earlier. Man, that synth solo on "Ring of Life" is killer. Had forgotten how good it is.
BobSmith
Nov 07 2014
at 6:56 PM
Bookmark and Share Keith Jarrett "Life Between the Exit Signs" recorded 1967. My God this guy was/is a wunderkind. That brilliant right hand just plumbing the melody to its very core with nothing left behind. The album still sounds very fresh to me, not dated at all. The guy was just 22 when he recorded it. Charlie Haden and Paul Motian, bass and drums.
wright
Nov 07 2014
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Bookmark and Share Eclectic not Electric.
naut
Nov 04 2014
at 3:27 PM
Bookmark and Share Wilderness - a great, really varied album. Pat makes some sounds on it that you don’t hear that often on record.
Oystein
Nov 04 2014
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Bookmark and Share Chick Corea - The Vigil, which I come back to occasionally ...for obvious reasons... Also, being a wannabe drummer, I study the latest DVD from Dream Theater, with the amazing Mike Mangini and his monstrous kit :)
wright
Nov 03 2014
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Bookmark and Share Paul Johnson and Mike Stern’s Electric. Great music from two great virtuoso guitarists.
weeh
Nov 01 2014
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Bookmark and Share Talk Talk, Spirit Of Eden
naut
Nov 01 2014
at 1:54 AM
Bookmark and Share Now patsfan, go to the board and write twenty-five times W-E-N-D-E-L-L B-E-R-R-Y. ;Þ / While you’re at it, go for the old reliable, P-A-T- M-E-T-H-A-N-Y! (How many times have I seen that in some lame-brain record bin?) / [Listening to Jarrett Trio At the Blue Note....]
patsfan
Oct 30 2014
at 10:48 PM
Bookmark and Share Naut.... Excuse my abysmal ignorance re Wendall Barry ! A contemporary novelist of very high regard ( too high to be popular ) and a man of an impeccable ethical outlook. Being a scientist, I miss out occasionally. Anyways, here’s a synopsis of his writing and philosophy :: ’. Berry’s nonfiction serves as an extended conversation about the life he values. According to him, the good life includes sustainable agriculture, appropriate technologies, healthy rural communities, connection to place, the pleasures of good food, husbandry, good work, local economics, the miracle of life, fidelity, frugality, reverence, and the interconnectedness of life. ’ Cheers :)
naut
Oct 28 2014
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Bookmark and Share I’ll get back to you on that one, patsfan! ;Þ
patsfan
Oct 24 2014
at 10:59 PM
Bookmark and Share Naut, I don’t know Wendall Barry, and obviously I understand the concept that if people make the light within them darken, it’s bad news. ... But what’s that got to do with the Unity Band ???? ::))). Psychology controls human behavior, we all know it’s the big elephant in the room ..
naut
Oct 24 2014
at 1:06 PM
Bookmark and Share Shuffling the two Unity records & reading Wendell Berry, who says, "No place at last is better than the world. The world / is no better than its places. Its places at last / are no better than their people while their people / continue in them. When the people make / dark the light within them, the world darkens." ~ [I love that.]
sunship
Oct 24 2014
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Bookmark and Share Arvo Part - "Tabula Rasa" - This is powerful music. Cant recommend it enough.
hman01
Oct 23 2014
at 8:35 AM
Bookmark and Share Yeah! Bela Fleck is a favorite of mine. I particularly like the "Tales from the Acoustic Planet" series of recordings.
patsfan
Oct 22 2014
at 10:45 PM
Bookmark and Share Bela Fleck. ..... A wide range of his music, world’s best banjo player, and he has a wife who’s an extremely talented banjo player. Catch them when you can, they’re cool !
franksexton
Oct 17 2014
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Bookmark and Share Music of Bill Evans - Kronos Quartet with Eddie Gomez(3 tracks) and Jim Hall (3 tracks) , The Vigil - Chick Corea Strange Liberation - Dave Douglas with Bill Frisell and Chris Potter , KIN -
naut
Oct 15 2014
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Bookmark and Share Was beginning to listen to all my Bill Evans--such an "autumnal" pianist. But now just hearing the new Charlie Haden / Jim Hall eponymous release. Outstanding duet record! Pat must love it. Terrific!
blisterfree
Oct 14 2014
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Bookmark and Share "Sue" - Bold new jazzy stuff from David Bowie.
Kooltrane
Oct 12 2014
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Bookmark and Share Lionel Loueke "Heritage"; damn this guy’s got some serious chops...
naut
Oct 12 2014
at 12:41 AM
Bookmark and Share New Marcin Wasilewski Trio, "Spark of Life." Oh my. MWT always does good stuff, and this is excellent. Keith might even admire it, heavily influenced as it is by Jarrett. One of my favorite working trios.
Oystein
Oct 06 2014
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Bookmark and Share Ibrahim Maalouf - Illusions. This Lebanese trumpet virtuoso sounds incredibly refreshing, with a superb touch of jazz-funky arabness (today`s new word...). Worth a listen, I tell you :-)
foxesfred
Oct 05 2014
at 11:38 AM
Bookmark and Share The Signal-Elizabeth Shepard. Also listen to ger earlier works! REWIND & PARKDALE
bxl12378
Oct 02 2014
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Bookmark and Share So I got this voucher last year from my brother to buy some cd’s. Finally made it to the store yesterday.First thing I noticed: cd’s are almost for free now a days!! Secondly, the choice is become very limited compared to the old days. .And after all, this was one of the biggest stores I know...So this is what I bought:Brecker and Haden,American Dream.A 3cd collection of some fine Baker, Vaughan,Washington, Fitzgerald and many more easy listening music(you know, for those winter nights to come, having a good glass of red wine with it...)Stan Getz quartet in Paris and the Bobby Jaspar Modern Jazz club. Won’t mind the traffic at all those days to come!!
naut
Oct 02 2014
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Bookmark and Share Just put on again The Art of Conversation, new one by Kenny Barron & Holland. Great record, very much in the Haden/Jarrett vein. Dave is ______ (fill in after listening). Anybody else heard it yet? -- Preceded by The Nightfly. I’d love to hear Pat take the solo on everybody’s fave, "The Goodbye Look." That little samba shuffle at the end is hilarious. I can see Fagen shuffling off stage-left to the beat.... The Nightfly is a perfect album for me.
mcwig1
Sep 29 2014
at 6:58 PM
Bookmark and Share I’ve been listening to much of Jackson Browne’s discography. Looking forward to his new release _Standing in the Breach_ in October. Listen to it <a href="http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/music/2014/09/29/jackson-browne- standing-in-the-breach-album-premiere/16387925/">here</a>
yossarian
Sep 29 2014
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Bookmark and Share anything by Kenny Wheeler, who died last week. great trumpeter and composer. very very melodic and deep
harn
Sep 28 2014
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Bookmark and Share New one from Brian Blade and the Fellowship Band; "Landmarks". He’s become one of my favourite drummers over the past few years.
BobSmith
Sep 23 2014
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Bookmark and Share Unquity Road from BSL. Pat soloing flawlessly over those complex changes like a race car driver on hairpin turns. Still absolute amazement from me after decades of listening to this masterpiece.
mugsy
Sep 23 2014
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Bookmark and Share I’ve been listening to Chick Corea’s new one: Trilogy. Three CDs of live Chick standards. How can you go wrong? He’s with Christian McBride and Brian Blade...Great music!
patsfan
Sep 22 2014
at 12:23 AM
Bookmark and Share Santana. !!! Yes, Carlos is cool. Been listening to a couple of his compilation albums.. Can’t go wrong.
patsfan
Sep 22 2014
at 12:21 AM
Bookmark and Share Actually, Naut, that was a hell of an axe Pat was using. ... Revisited the tune on Youtube.!! All I. can say is incredible fingers and incredible vibes. But, the Codgers, I mean Dodgers. .... They’re toast in the World Series. ... Can barely beat the cellar dwelling Cubs. Angels have it ! OK, enough for the snarky messages... Back to serious music !!
naut
Sep 20 2014
at 9:55 AM
Bookmark and Share Joshua’s "Wish" - Haven’t heard it in a long while. Great stuff! Anybody know what axe Pat plays on Turnaround? -- [How’s that, patsfan? Our boys of summer have about had it anyway...At least Cuddy finished the season with a Slam!;) ] -- Love Born too, bxl12378.
bxl12378
Sep 19 2014
at 3:01 PM
Bookmark and Share Born of the Kin album.Over and over and over again.AYGWM is for ever my number one.But this one’s second. And yeah some other jazz stuff too. But for now? Born.
blisterfree
Sep 19 2014
at 12:15 AM
Bookmark and Share @diegonogueira’s cover of Last Train Home. Where the heck is that Like button anyway? A beautiful meditation.
patsfan
Sep 17 2014
at 10:51 PM
Bookmark and Share Damn, Naut. ... After 1563 serious posts about good music, you have just corrupted the subject with baseball ! And ....16 to 2, Jackie Robinson would roll over in his grave. ... Poor Codgers..
naut
Sep 17 2014
at 5:14 PM
Bookmark and Share Baseball. cRockies 16, Codgers ... er, I mean Dodgers, 2! (too little, too late)
hman01
Sep 14 2014
at 1:49 PM
Bookmark and Share Heard an old episode of Piano Jazz last night with Marian McPartland and guest Chris Potter. They were tearing it up!
Willbur
Sep 12 2014
at 3:21 PM
Bookmark and Share Mary Halvorson - Bending Bridges, Bill Frisell - Boulder Theatre 11/5/2003, Mahavishnu Orchestra - Inner Mounting Flame
naut
Sep 10 2014
at 4:55 AM
Bookmark and Share Eric Reed, Groovewise. Most outstanding. And Ben’s on it.... (& Seamus Blake & Greg Hutchinson)
patsfan
Sep 09 2014
at 11:31 PM
Bookmark and Share Bela Fleck. .... Flight of the Cosmic Hippos, and a bunch of other Fleck stuff
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