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    Posted: 11 Sep 2011 at 6:59pm
Hey guys, not really a fan of this type of threads, but well here goes nothing.



I'm looking for music that is similar to that, minus the last minute or so that is pure free jazz. 

I mean, I love that African sounding liberation, and the repetition of chords. I have searched some Don Cherry's discography, just to find pure avant garde jazz with slight resemblences to this tune.
Some Archie Shepp does get close to this.

Any recommendation is welcome.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote js Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 Sep 2011 at 10:21pm
I know what you mean, that opening part is very nice. I have heard a lot of music like this and even have some in my collection, but no specific pieces to recommend come to mind right now.
I have a Pandora station set for music like this, let me see what they can recommend.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote js Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Sep 2011 at 6:17am
The opening and ending parts to Pharoh Sanders' "The Gathering" from "Elevation" is similar, but the middle section is very expressive to say the least.
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Originally posted by js js wrote:

The opening and ending parts to Pharoh Sanders' "The Gathering" from "Elevation" is similar, but the middle section is very expressive to say the least.

Yes, definitely! A pity actually, that entrance and ending is just sublime.
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Chris McGregor,  Pablo...............South African........very similar
 
Jazzzin'  Universally
 
 
Thunderbolt (Live 1986)
 
The two I mentioned are difficult to get but Chris Mc Gregor's other albums are everywhere
 
Dudu Pukwana played with Greg  (dead now) Greg that is
 


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Check the new artists suggestions for Per Tjenberg and listen to the first cut in the thread.
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Originally posted by js js wrote:

Check the new artists suggestions for Per Tjenberg and listen to the first cut in the thread.

Sounding pretty nice! Like a mix of Metheny and Sanders/Liston Smith.
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Originally posted by Matt Matt wrote:

Chris McGregor,  Pablo...............South African........very similar
 
Jazzzin'  Universally
 
 
Thunderbolt (Live 1986)
 
The two I mentioned are difficult to get but Chris Mc Gregor's other albums are everywhere
 
Dudu Pukwana played with Greg  (dead now) Greg that is
 

I couldn't find sampels from those albums, but he seems like a noteworthy jazzer! Thanks.
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Here is some Samples
 
 
 
Byron Wallen is awesome on trumpet......comes from England  I see they are under Outernational Meltdown but that was the series title not the album. I do have the others but Jazzin' is the best of the Outernational stuff.
 
Sterns one of the sites, is the premier World Music seller but they are like a skeleton these days. There is hardly nuthin' new and the site just seems to be dying. They actually closed the shop in London Unhappy
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