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    Charlie Christian with Goodman sextet

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    Weather Report - Heavy Weather!

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    I am re-listening to Miles Okazaki's 6-disc solo guitar recording of the complete compositions of Monk (2018). This is an excellent interpretation of the great works with no dull moment. The guitar sound is firm and nuanced.

    https://okazakiwork.bandcamp.com/alb...te-volumes-1-6



    I recently listened to another superb recording of Monk's complete works Monk's Casino (2005). The approach is completely different from Okazaki or Monk himself, some tracks are quite avantgarde, sometimes reminding me of the Ornette Coleman quartet.

    Alexander von Schlippenbach (piano), Axel Dörner (trumpet), Rudi Mahall (bass clarinet), Jan Roder (bass), Uli Jennessen (drums)
    https://intaktrec.bandcamp.com/album/monks-casino


    Last year, Frank Kimbrough released Monk's complete compositions on Sunnyvale, which I have not heard yet.

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    Artie Shaw - Concerto For Clarinet:


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    Pete Johnson 1946 stomp

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    Vibraphonist Dave Samuels has died after a long illness. He was 70.

    https://jazztimes.com/news/dave-samuels-1948-2019/
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    Peterson, Kessel, and Pederson at Ronnie Scott's

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    It's been some while since I looked into the Julius Hemphill box The Complete Remastered Recordings On Black Saint & Soul Note, so I did so tonight.

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    Fascinating stuff -- spontaneous-creation jazz, improvisational music at its best … and strangest (at times).

    Listened to discs Raw Materials And Residuals (Hemphill on alto & soprano sax, Abdul Wadud on cello, and Don Moye on sun percussion) and Flat-Out Jump Suite which has Hemphill on flute & tenor sax along with trumpeter Olu Dara, cellist Wadud, and Warren Smith on percussion. The first disc was recorded November 1977 in New York, the second in June 1980 in Milan, Italy. There are three more discs in the set, which I'll save for a future listening session.

    I've derived great delight from the collection "The Complete Remastered Recordings On Black Saint & Soul Note". Don't know if I have the full set, but I count 43 of the white spined boxes on my jazz shelf. An awesome collection I'm glad to be able to tap into at will.

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    Short-term thinkers are rewarded with reelection, while those who dare to take seriously our responsibility to future generations commonly find themselves out of office.

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    Daniel Carter is no my radar today. He's been around a long time, but I first heard him on a recent release with Shipp and Parker. He still seems ahead of his time for such a veteran, leaning to the quiet side of free improv.


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    Stanley Cowell - Blues for the Viet-Cong. Superior modern jazz.
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    Steve Williamson - Mandela:


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    Chuck Mangione - Journey To A Rainbow:


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    Django Bates’ Belovèd – The Study Of Touch:


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    Galliano - Twyford Down:


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