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    New Year's Eve at Sweet Basil - Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers


    Art Blakey, Terence Blanchard, Donald Harrison, Jean Tousaint, Tim Williams, Mulgrew Miller, Lonnie Plaxico
    Recorded December 30 & 31, 1985

    This was my favorite Jazz Messengers album. Good compositions, everyone plays brilliantly. Donald Harrison is especially impressive. I Want to Talk About You featuring Harrison is terrific.

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    Joe Lovano and Dave Douglas Sound Prints, ‘Scandal’

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    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...oDFb3djCmBpDdM

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    James Brandon Lewis and Chad Taylor, ‘Radiant Imprints’

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    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...2fXHCESZSBqJIU

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    Houston Person and Ron Carter, ‘Remember Love’

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    Ray Angry, ‘One’

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    Charles Lloyd and the Marvels + Lucinda Williams, ‘Vanished Gardens’

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    Woody Herman - The Thundering Herds - Columbia

    Herman (cl, as, v) Sonny Berman, Pete Candoli, Conte Candoli, Shorty Rogers, Conrad Gozzo, Ernie Royal (t), Bill Harris (tb), Sam Marowitz, John LaPorta, Flip Phillips, Pete Mondello, Herbie Steward, Stan Getz, Zoot Sims, Serge Chaloff (reeds), Margie Hyams, Red Norvo (vb), Ralph Burns, Jimmy Rowles (p), Billy Bauer, Chuck Wayne (g), Chubby Jackson (b), Dave Tough and Don Lamond (d). Rec. 1945-47

    "The 1945-47 Herman bands – they came to be known as the First and Second Herds – were 1940s big band punk, high on their own adrenalin, testing all the boundaries and playing stampeding music that remains some of the most exciting of the last fifty years, whatever the genre: these guys took the sophistication of Ellington, grafted it on to the bone-chilling excitement of the Gillespie big band soloists and anchored it with the insanely swinging rhythm section of bassist Chubby Jackson and drummer Dave Tough."

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    Jan Garbarek - Afric Pepperbird - ECM

    Jan Garbarek (ts, fl), Terje Rypdal (g), Arild Andersen (b) and Jon Christensen (d). Rec. 1970

    "From the opening track ‘Scarabee’, the jazz world outside Scandinavia was introduced to a Nordic sensibility in jazz, the Nordic Tone. Intensity, meaning and space are essential to understanding what is probably the most misunderstood approach to jazz improvisation. Garbarek combines the intensity of Albert Ayler and the economy of Dexter Gordon but reinscribes them with Nordic folkloric allusions, to produce, in producer Manfred Eicher’s words “an alternative to the American approach to jazz,” an approach he champions to this day."

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    Jimmy Smith - A New Sound, A New Star - Blue Note

    Smith (org), Thornel Schwartz (g), Bay Perry and Donald Bailey (d). Rec. 1956

    "It’s that simple: Jimmy Smith invented modern jazz organ and this is the album (in fact, volume one of two quickly-released volumes recorded at the same February 1956 sessions) where he announced his arrival. From the off, Blue Note was looking for commercial success and his version of ‘The Champ’, though not the first Jimmy Smith Blue Note single (on Volume two rather than Volume one), delivered big time. By then the first album had delivered a blues-plus-bebop blueprint for the jazz organ trio that Smith would subsequently develop, refine and occasionally revise, but that stayed remarkably consistent in content and quality over the next decade."

    Jazzwise
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    Pat Metheny - Bright Size Life - ECM

    Pat Metheny (g), Jaco Pastorius (b) and Bob Moses (d). Rec. 1975

    "The first blooming of Metheny’s great talent as a recording artist in his own right came with this stunning trio which he led while teaching at Berklee School of Music and a member of Gary Burton’s group of the day. At this stage of career (he was 21) Metheny indulged Pastorius somersaulting on to the stage and doing back flips off his speaker cabinet, and this mixture of Pastorius’ exuberance and Metheny’s intensity, moderated by the impeccable taste of Bob Moses lends a freshness to this album that makes it seem as if it were recorded yesterday."

    Jazzwise
    100 Jazz Albums That Shook The World
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    Stan Getz/Joao Gilberto - Getz/Gilberto - Verve

    Getz (ts), Joao Gilberto (v, g), Antonio Carlos Jobim (p), Tommy Williams (b), Milton Banana (perc) and Astrud Gilberto (v). Rec. 1963

    "Funnily enough, this spring 1963 session was close to Getz’s last serious stab at bossa nova – he’d already had massive success with Jazz Samba and Jazz Samba Encore – but it turned out to be the musical perfection perhaps no-one had actually been looking for but everyone instantly recognised on the album’s release. This is perhaps the coolest, most definitively etched marriage of melody and latin rhythm ever achieved, and it was achieved by the towering genius of Tom Jobim’s tunes and spare piano accompaniment, Gilberto’s uniquely intimate voice and guitar, a rhythm section that breathes life and colour, all of it topped by the supreme melodist, Stan Getz. All that plus Joao’s wife Astrud as a last minute show stealer and you have a classic on your hands."

    Jazzwise
    100 Jazz Albums That Shook The World
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