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    Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Cole Porter Songbook

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    Sky Dancers - Henri Texier (Label Bleu, 2015)

    Henri Texier (bass, compositions), Sébastien Texier (alto sax, clarinets), François Corneloup (bariton sax), Louis Moutin (drums), Nguyên Lê (guitar), Armel Dupas (piano, keyboards)

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    Quote Originally Posted by starthrower View Post


    Live in Vienna 1990
    94 minute video
    That’s a line-up and a half, isn’t it? I think it’s the same group that recorded The Widow in the Window for ECM. Wheeler, Abercrombie, Taylor, Holland and Erskine.
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    "...it is said that first your heart sings, then you play. I think if it is not like that, then it is only just combination of notes, isn't it? " - Pandit Nikhil Banerjee, Master of the Sitar.

    ‘When in trouble, when in doubt, run in circles, scream and shout!‘

    ‘It will be alright in the end. If it’s not alright, it’s not the end!’

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    If this doesn't put a smile on faces and get feet tapping I don't know what will. There is a fantastic vln solo at 1 min in and then an equally great guitar solo one chorus later. Django and Stephan live on, it's just a shame we aren't speaking to the French at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbebleu View Post
    That’s a line-up and a half, isn’t it? I think it’s the same group that recorded The Widow in the Window for ECM. Wheeler, Abercrombie, Taylor, Holland and Erskine.
    I love stumbling on stuff like that. Kenny was a unique voice. I read somewhere that Manfred Eicher lost interest and wouldn't record Kenny later on so he signed with CamJazz. Checkout Six for Six if you haven't heard it. It's a superb album with some great players.
    In Mahler I usually prefer the Solti approach -caveman having a seisure whips orchestra into a frenzy!! - Radames, TC member

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    Quote Originally Posted by starthrower View Post
    I love stumbling on stuff like that. Kenny was a unique voice. I read somewhere that Manfred Eicher lost interest and wouldn't record Kenny later on so he signed with CamJazz. Checkout Six for Six if you haven't heard it. It's a superb album with some great players.
    Yeah, I’ve got that. I’ve always been a fan of Kenny Wheeler. He did record a lot of great albums on ECM right up until 2013. Songs for Quintet was his last ECM album recorded when he was 83 and released 2015. I have all his ECM albums and a handful of his others. Wonderful musician.
    "...it is said that first your heart sings, then you play. I think if it is not like that, then it is only just combination of notes, isn't it? " - Pandit Nikhil Banerjee, Master of the Sitar.

    ‘When in trouble, when in doubt, run in circles, scream and shout!‘

    ‘It will be alright in the end. If it’s not alright, it’s not the end!’

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    In Mahler I usually prefer the Solti approach -caveman having a seisure whips orchestra into a frenzy!! - Radames, TC member

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    Recorded 1979

    I found an affordable CD copy after searching for a few years.
    In Mahler I usually prefer the Solti approach -caveman having a seisure whips orchestra into a frenzy!! - Radames, TC member

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    bassist Curtis Lundy's Against All Odds

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    Alto Saxophone – Bobby Watson (2)
    Bass – Curtis Lundy
    Drums – Winard Harper
    Piano – Anthony Wonsey, John Hicks
    Tenor Saxophone – Shelley Carrol
    Trumpet – Peven Everett
    Trumpet, Flute, Flugelhorn – Roy Hargrove
    Voice – Carmen Lundy

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    1947 WNEW Saturday Night Swing Session (3x Roy Eldridge, 3x Ralph Burns)

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    1954
    In Mahler I usually prefer the Solti approach -caveman having a seisure whips orchestra into a frenzy!! - Radames, TC member

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    Quote Originally Posted by starthrower View Post


    1954
    Another fantastic Blakey band. He sure knew how to pick them! I had the very real privilege of meeting him at an after show party at the Berlin Jazz Festival in 1968. Sunny Murray and Max Roach were there too and being a real fanboy I got them to sign my program. I had no embarrassment then.
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    "...it is said that first your heart sings, then you play. I think if it is not like that, then it is only just combination of notes, isn't it? " - Pandit Nikhil Banerjee, Master of the Sitar.

    ‘When in trouble, when in doubt, run in circles, scream and shout!‘

    ‘It will be alright in the end. If it’s not alright, it’s not the end!’

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbebleu View Post
    Another fantastic Blakey band. He sure knew how to pick them! I had the very real privilege of meeting him at an after show party at the Berlin Jazz Festival in 1968. Sunny Murray and Max Roach were there too and being a real fanboy I got them to sign my program. I had no embarrassment then.
    Cool story, Barb! Jazz drummers are hippest. It must have been quite a thrill to meet those legends!
    In Mahler I usually prefer the Solti approach -caveman having a seisure whips orchestra into a frenzy!! - Radames, TC member

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