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Craig Taborn - Daylight Ghosts

With:
Chris Speed - Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet
Chris Lightcap - Double bass,
Dave King - Drums, Electronic Percussion

Rectangle Font Slope Pattern Soil


I can't stop listening to this lately. I've had it for a while, but it finally sunk in how good this is.

Taborn is definitely one of the best pianists out there. He could be thought of as the air apparent to Keith Jarrett. Not just in skill, but creativity. His solo piano recordings, while they don't sound like Jarrett solo recordings, they are near as captivating.
 
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Gerald Clayton - Bells on Sand
I've listened to this twice in the past day and I need to listen to it again... It's quiet, I want to call it seductive.

 

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Donald Byrd - Byrd in Paris. Very good hard bop.
 

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Pablo Records issued two sets of 8CD collections in recorded in 1956 and released in1958 of Art Tatum in a variety of settings. One 8CD box was called "solo masterpieces" and the other 8CD collection was of "group masterpieces." These are some fantastic sessions of Tatum with a variety of other great musicians, all at the top of their art.

 

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Miles Davis - The Lost Septet. Typical Miles of that period. Rather good. Gary Bartz is on good form.
 
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