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Originally posted by Matt Matt wrote:

Before

Officium by Garbarek, Jan, Hilliard Ensemble (1994) Audio CD

Now 

Still Smiling
 "We will all live forever
Forever and ever
We will be able to fly
We will drink honeyed wine
And eat clouds for breakfast
We'll sleep sound on the moon
Night for night
For night and night
Sometimes a little longer and in the daytime too"

excerpt from "Defenestrazioni"
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Her new one, very good. Has a track written by Roger Waters for the album. "Sparrows Will Sing" 

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Matthew Shipp talks about the music business.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sO5d3y1uJ9Q


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5 CD shuffle of 20s jazz: Ellington, Fletcher Henderson, Bix, Trumbauer and Red Nichols.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Matt Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25 Jan 2015 at 6:49pm
Originally posted by js js wrote:

5 CD shuffle of 20s jazz: Ellington, Fletcher Henderson, Bix, Trumbauer and Red Nichols.
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Late 20s jazz is just the craziest stuff. Cool
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The Original Mob

The Great Lakes Suites

and now.................love my Standards 

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Sweeter Than the Day
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I love Jerry Boys mix on this album. Captured that old Ballroom sound. Best thing Ry Cooder did bringing these Cuban albums out.

Buena Vista Social Club Presents Ibrahim Ferrer
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agree, I especially like Buena Vista Social Club - the first release in series
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Originally posted by snobb snobb wrote:

agree, I especially like Buena Vista Social Club - the first release in series
It is a  wonderful album Slava. I played it and played it when it was first released. 
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Just his great Latin take of the "Star Trek" theme................then off to do some gardening.

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you got it than Smile
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Originally posted by snobb snobb wrote:

you got it than Smile
Yes Slava, very nice, Great review with the new Stanko. Sounds good.

Paradise

He has included strings in parts in this album. It has had great reviews. The compositions by Tom are A Grade, his trumpet and band are magic.............................Even though he wrote the album for strings, it is the tracks without I love (harp only with band). The strings enter sometimes and ............ I am not a big fan of Orchestral style Strings in Jazz with Bop esp. I don't often play the Gil Evans albums ( Miles Davis) also own a Dizzy Gillespie "Perceptions" and an "Art Farmer...with Strings" ohhhhh pull my teeth instead. Still Terence Blanchard's "Jazz In Film" and Charlie Parker's is an exception. My personal taste.


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Saw Louis and his Quintet do this entire album Live over 10 years ago now. Awesome stuff. Dominique Pifarely was on violin for the show and Vincent Courtois ( cello) replaced.
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[/QUOTE]Yes Slava, very nice, Great review with the new Stanko. Sounds good. [/QUOTE]


thanks Embarrassed

this new Stanko album revitalize my interest to his music

I've seen him life ten years ago at MOL Jazz Fest in Budapest - it was a "German style" open air event not too far from city's center,but in industrial are close to Danube's(Dunau) coast, long but not wide peace of old parking with railroad warehouses around. With long tables and people walking around during concert,eating roasted dark bread with garlic and drinking bear from plastic cups Confused

Concert opener was Esperanza Spalding, still rising new talent (she will receive Grammy some month later). So - even in this freaky (for his music) environment Stanko sounded excellent, kind of alien  - his trumpet soloing flow over these eaters and drinkers...

I like his very early avant-garde albums and some pre-ECM fusion albums (he did it great!), but only smaller part of ECM releases stick with me: too often he's too melancholic,too lifeless and too chamber(read - non-jazzy) there.  Or - just boringEmbarrassed

anyway - started to re-listen his albums, probably will come with more reviews

I know you have a lot of his music as well Wink
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