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    Posted: 11 Apr 2011 at 9:41pm
I listened to much less jazz in 2009 than in 2010 but since the 2010 thead was a success I thought we can give it a try.

Here's my top, in decreasing order.




Sensible Shoes

Led Bib

Sensible Shoes (2009)

8 out of 10. Excellent.

 


somethingtobesaid

John Butcher

somethingtobesaid (2009)



Wood Cuts

Peter Brötzmann & Paal Nilssen-Love

Wood Cuts (2009)

8 out of 10. Excellent.



Hamada

Nils Petter Molvær

Hamada (2009)

8 out of 10. Excellent.



Cinema

Aievea

Cinema (2009)

8 out of 10. Excellent.



Live in Bucharest

Cristian Soleanu, Sorin Romanescu, Vlaicu Golcea, Vlad Popescu

Live in Bucharest (2009)

8 out of 10. Excellent.



Carboniferous

Zu

Carboniferous (2009)

7 out of 10. Very good.



Water Resistance

Neo

Water Resistance (2009)

7 out of 10. Very good.



Exivious

Exivious

Exivious (2009)

7 out of 10. Very good.




Jazz for the Deaf

The Mörglbl Trio

Jazz for the Deaf (2009)

7 out of 10, very good.

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Out of those, only heard Led Bib and Zu.  Both would definitely be in my tops.  I'd also mention Zorn's O'o; have to think of what else

PJ Perry's Nota Bene is really good.

Edit: yep, just listening to it again and it's wonderful


Edited by triceratopsoil - 11 Apr 2011 at 11:06pm
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In no particular order:
Vijay Iver Trio-Historicity
Arve Henriksen-Cartography
John Balke-Siwan
Anouar Brahem-The Astounding Eyes Of Rita
Jan Garbarek-Concert In Dresden
Keith Jarrett-Testament London/Paris
John Surman-Brewster's Rooster
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Would you recommend me that Brahem album?
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Originally posted by harmonium.ro harmonium.ro wrote:

Would you recommend me that Brahem album?


Absolutely.


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From the list I made back then:

Led Bib - Sensible Shoes
Return To Forever - Returns

Anouar Brahem - The Astounding Eyes Of Rita
Kronos Quartet - Floodplain
Tomasz Stanko Quintet - Dark Eyes
Keith Jarrett Trio - Yesterdays

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Stanley Clarke - Jazz in the Garden (featuring Lenny White & Hiromi)
Pat Metheny  - Tokyo Day Trip
Return to Forever - Returns
Medeski Martin & Wood - Radiolarians II
Medeski Martin & Wood - Radiolarians III
OHMphrey - OHMphrey
Derek Sherinian - Molecular Heinosity

I'm sure I forgot a bunch


Edited by darkshade - 12 Apr 2011 at 11:17am
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote idlero Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Apr 2011 at 11:56am
Originally posted by harmonium.ro harmonium.ro wrote:

Would you recommend me that Brahem album?


It is very good, although not his best IMO
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote idlero Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Apr 2011 at 12:12pm
I started to listen to A Brahem with "Astrakan Cafe" and somehow it stuck with me, IMO it's his most "authentic" music, in later albums his music gets less ethnic.
Le Pas Du Chat Noir and Contes D'Incroyable Amour are very good ones
His best collaboration is Thimar which I consider a must
Also Madar with Garbarek is good.
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A pity Garana is a pain in the ... , otherwise i would have gone for him , Avishai Cohen and Mathias Eick
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Still for the Frank Sinatra and the BeatlesTongue

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