Jazz Music Thread

This is indeed a wonderful album @jazzman22

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She’s amazing @fotobrooks

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Red Garland is amongst my all-time favorites; what a rhythm !
Iver

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This one …… wow ! ….
Iver

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That first album cover takes me back. Think I used to own, though could never get into it.

The first track (Waltz For Koop) has a familiar bass line, played by Dan Berglund which I can’t place.

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He more or less retired from music to nurse his mother and perhaps save his own life from known perils.

But he made one final recording in which he had changed,apparently,his style. I can’t find it on Qobuz and with the advent of Brexit’s sunny uplands very little is now a bargain on Discogs.

Dave can often find these oddities via Roon.

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@Nick1940 love to hear that album but indeed cannot find it. I use Roon hooked up to both Tidal and Qobuz

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Nice fat sounding trio jazz album…

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Highly recommended new release

Ah, and it is on the SteepleChase label which is known for its very qualitative recordings; this one sounds amazing as well

Iver

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Last one of the evening … really enjoyable; relaxed and romantic sound
Thanks #RoonAlgorythm

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One of Harry Lim’s Progressive /Famous Door label to help me bounce through the very necessary housework.
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Dave sitting at the piano stool never allowed any thing but the best. Should you falter that cushion was always offering support
Must be a very young Scott Hamilton and Warren Vache.
The unannounced other tenor is Al Cohn. The far more woody sound.
Milt Hinton and Butch Miles are the rhythm team.

Harry never spent much on cover art work.
On Qobuz. With many extras.

Out with the marigolds and Domestos.

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Thanks for the recent updates on albums.

Added them to my Qobuz favourites to listen to.

DG…

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I just posted this in the WAYLT thread. I’ve scarcely ever played this. I reckon I might have played it a couple of times after I bought it and that’s it. But I can appreciate it now and I have to say this is one brilliant album!

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I learnt that Albert ‘Tootie’ Heath has died
Youngest Brother to Percy (MJQ) and Jimmy.

Look who has a new Sonor kit.

Not many of my main men left.

Men includes Women.

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Songs of the Fathers - A Celebration of the Music of Abdullah Ibrahim

Listening to an excellent version of Hallelujah from this album.

DG…

Introducing “Li Mingyao” …. Very, very nice albums

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Miles was still trying to make his way and his playing is here far more to my taste than the later manifestations. We parted company before Kind of Blue.

Tad Dameron was a fine composer and unique pianist.

Doesn’t sound brilliant but history was ever opaque.

On Qobuz.

A much better recording, with Coltrane.

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