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Sean Trane View Drop Down
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    Posted: 24 Apr 2011 at 5:42am
Indeed, such groundbreaking albums took old-style jazz into a much more modern realm 
 
 
Kind of Blue
Giant Step
Ah Hum
Shapes of Jazz To come
Time out
Nubians Of Plutonia
Africaine
 
 
1958 was not shabby with
Somethin' Else (Adderley)
Cool strutting (Sonny clarke)
Mysterioso (Monk)
Moanin' (Blakey)
 
 
But it simply isn't as modern
 
 
so is 1959  a hinge year???
 
 
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Congratulation, I think you're the first member to repeat a topic. Wink

"Banner" sounds like an appropirate word. Fully significant year. Concierto de Aranjuez or Take Five are jazz repertoire must-hear, pleasant too, but not masterpieces to me.

Anyway, I still have a lot to hear.


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Originally posted by Ricochet Ricochet wrote:

Congratulation, I think you're the first member to repeat a topic. Wink

"Banner" sounds like an appropirate word. Fully significant year. Concierto de Aranjuez or Take Five are jazz repertoire must-hear, pleasant too, but not masterpieces to me.

Anyway, I still have a lot to hear.
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Worst part is that I don't remember this poll, but I even posted in it
 
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well the subject is a tad different, but Alex has it right first !!!
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Even if a repeat subject, does this mean we can't discuss the merits of 58 and 60????
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1960:
 
Mingus, Charles Presents Charles Mingus
Blakey, Art / Jazz Messengers A Night in Tunisia
Coltrane, John My Favorite Things
Roach, Max We Insist! Max Roach's Freedom Now Suite
Sun Ra Angels and Demons at Play
Davis, Miles Sketches of Spain
Dolphy, Eric Out There
let's not forget the Coleman, Cherry and cecil Taylor...
 
 
But this list is simply not as awesome than 1959's, isn't it???
 
 
 
 
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