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gkarelitsky 02-13-2006 09:01 PM

The Duke
 
Duke Ellington and his Orchestra - Ellington Uptown
Columbia

I don't where I got this cd but it sounds great and is a really nice production.

Infinitoid 02-14-2006 04:12 PM

Stan Kenton - Adventures in Blues
Capitol

When I post here you'll more than likely see Kenton. Been addicted for close to 40 years.

Greg

sump pump 02-14-2006 04:28 PM

Miles' - Amandla :music:

on tap; Wes Montgomery meets Milt Jackson :yes:

savv 02-14-2006 06:55 PM

Erroll Garner - self titled
George Auld Sextet - Here's To The Losers

jwrags 02-15-2006 06:00 PM

Grant Green - Feelin' The Spirit

John

bozak ron 02-15-2006 08:35 PM

Jimmy Smith - Back At The Chicken Shack
Sonny Rollins - Newk's Time
Al Sears - Swing's The thing

carpinus7 02-15-2006 08:43 PM

Slim Gaillard with Dizzy Gillespie and Orchestra
Junior Mance STRAIGHT AHEAD!
"Illinois Jacquet Flies Again"
Hank Jones the talented touch

savv 02-16-2006 09:44 AM

Dexter Gordon - Our Man In Paris
Michael Franks - Art of Tea (i know pop-jazz!)
Steely Dan - A Decade of Steely Dan (i know rock-jazz!)

CaryH 02-16-2006 06:44 PM

Coltrane, Blue Train on Blue Note :music:

Art K. 02-16-2006 07:17 PM

Charlie Haden - "Land of the Sun"
Larry Goldings - "Sweet Science"
Nicholas Payton - "Payton's Place"

Listening to more Nicholas in anticpation of seeing him at the Portland Jazz Festival day after tomorrow.

gkarelitsky 02-16-2006 09:27 PM

Art
Do you know Pink Martini from Portland? I saw them in Town Hall in NYC last night. Nice concert - they may have filled the house. Tough group to categorize but fun to listen to.

Art K. 02-16-2006 09:38 PM

Yeah, they play around here alot. We have a wonderful jazz culture in the NW. With Jimmy Mak's in Portland, Jazz Alley and the Triple Door in Seattle just to name a few great venues Jazz is always playin' somewhere here. Not like NYC ofcourse but better than just about anywhere else. I love it here!

bozak ron 02-16-2006 09:49 PM

Nothing like live jazz. Good to see the Mt. Hood Jazz festival attemting to return to its former glory.

Horace Silver - Horace Silver & The Jazz Messengers
Wayne Shorter - Speak No Evil
Miles Davis - Bags Groove

gkarelitsky 02-16-2006 09:53 PM

I have a very close friend from Astoria who lives in NYC now. She love's it too and has been trying to get us to come out with her for a visit. Hope to do so in the next year or two.

Art K. 02-16-2006 10:50 PM

Last year the Mt Hood Jazz Festival was awful. Nothin' but locals...most disappointing. 2004 was awesome. I saw Los Hombres Calientes with Bill Summers and Irvin Mayfield, Madeleine Peyroux, The Heath Bros (Albert, Percy and Tootie), and James Carter. Met them all. With last years downfall of the Mt Hood Jazz Festival it's really good to see that the 3rd annual Portland Jazz Festival has become a huge event taking up 9 days with over 100 events. I will see McCoy Tyner w/Ravi Coltrane and Nicholas Payton, but there are literally dozens of other events. South of here is the Oregon Festival of American Music which is a nearly year round event that includes music from all genres but last year was special for Jazz. I saw Cassandra Wilson, Tomasz Stanko, Directions in Music with Herbie Hancock, Michael Brecker and Roy Hargrove, The Dave Holland Big Band, Luciana Souza and many more. Like I said I love this place.


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