Perdido

Ivo Arcanjo
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11 reviews/ratings
JOHN COLTRANE - A Love Supreme Post Bop
CHARLES MINGUS - Mingus Ah Um Hard Bop
MILES DAVIS - Kind of Blue Cool Jazz
JOHN COLTRANE - Blue Train Hard Bop
MILES DAVIS - Nefertiti Post Bop
CHARLES MINGUS - The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady Progressive Big Band
JOHN COLTRANE - My Favorite Things Hard Bop
JOHN COLTRANE - Ascension Avant-Garde Jazz
JOHN COLTRANE - First Meditations (for quartet) Avant-Garde Jazz
JOHN COLTRANE - Both Directions at Once : The Lost Album Post Bop
JOHN COLTRANE - Giant Steps Hard Bop

Jazz Genre Nb. Rated Avg. rating
1 Hard Bop 4 4.63
2 Post Bop 3 4.67
3 Avant-Garde Jazz 2 4.50
4 Cool Jazz 1 5.00
5 Progressive Big Band 1 4.50

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  • Posted 4 months ago in How does theory influence jazz appreciation?
    I agree. Thank you!
  • Posted 5 months ago in How does theory influence jazz appreciation?
    Hi everyone,I have been a Jazz listener for quite a while, although I am not a musician nor I have a strong music theory background (can't identify chords or keys  by  ear, for example...) Since I don't know  personally any other jazz enthusiasts, the only contact I have with other jazz fanatics is through the Internet. But lately it came to my attention that almost all jazz discussions (particularly on Youtube) are about the technicalities of a particular song ("look how he goes from Eflat to E to the power 3 flat..."). I understand that this is just a language, and perhaps the most convenient language to talk about these various musical ideas. But I it makes  a little bit insecure and afraid that it is not only the appropriate vocabulary to talk about music  that I am lacking, but that I also don't have the right "tools" to appreciate it. That I am listening in the wrong way. I pretty sure that this is a very silly way of thinking but, nonetheless, I would like to hear your opinion on this and a little bit of assurance/comfort from you guys.Perdido
  • Posted 1 year ago in Keith Jarret: is this passage a quotation?
    Hi!Sorry for my delayed reply. In the following link you will find the exact phrase that I was talking about (which, on the full version,  starts at 49min and not 59 as I previously said. Sorry for that.)https://drive.google.com/file/d/1KESV1KSDTkzVyLt428lLypbwXHb7P9u6/view?usp=sharing

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