(sorry, to clarify: the first disc-and-a-half of the Live Trane: The European Tours box)
― Montgomery Burns' Jazz (Tarfumes The Escape Goat), Tuesday, 15 January 2019 18:09 (seven months ago) link
Man, Interstellar Space is really peak music
― longtime caller, first time listener (man alive), Thursday, 17 January 2019 16:34 (seven months ago) link
listening to that prestige '58 box .. it's often quite familiar stuff, but still so good.
― calzino, Thursday, 11 April 2019 15:23 (four months ago) link
Kenny Burrell, Donald Byrd, Paul Chambers, Jimm Cobb, Tommy Flanagan, Red Garland, Louis Hayes, Freddie Hubbard - literally fucking top notch '58 combos!
― calzino, Thursday, 11 April 2019 15:29 (four months ago) link
Coltrane w Kenny Burrell was one of my first jazz records and I love it so much
It's sort of interesting in jazz how since these guys all did so many sessions in short periods of time, it can be sort of arbitrary which one you wind up starting with and that one often becomes a favorite.
― longtime caller, first time listener (man alive), Thursday, 11 April 2019 18:23 (four months ago) link
uh hi dere
Now comes word of another new album by the classic John Coltrane Quartet, with McCoy Tyner on piano, Jimmy Garrison on bass and Elvin Jones on drums. Blue World will be released on Impulse!/UMe on Sept. 27, and like Both Directions it offers an unexpected view on a pivotal period in the band's evolution. It was recorded at Van Gelder Studios on June 24, 1964 — a few weeks after the quartet put a finishing touch on the album Crescent — as the soundtrack to a Canadian art film. Because the date had gone unnoted in session recording logs, this music has occupied a blind spot for Trane-ologists, archivists and historians.
― sleeve, Friday, 16 August 2019 16:09 (five days ago) link
― american bradass (BradNelson), Friday, 16 August 2019 16:10 (five days ago) link
― tylerw, Friday, 16 August 2019 16:15 (five days ago) link
anything in the vicinity of Crescent already has my full attention
― the public eating of beans (Sparkle Motion), Friday, 16 August 2019 16:21 (five days ago) link
― sleeve, Friday, 16 August 2019 16:22 (five days ago) link
The new song is really good, and the idea of the 1964 quartet re-recording "Naima," "Village Blues," "Like Sonny" and "Traneing In" is very interesting to me. I am fully on board for this.
― shared unit of analysis (unperson), Friday, 16 August 2019 16:27 (five days ago) link
oh yeah that's fabulous, thanks
― sleeve, Friday, 16 August 2019 16:31 (five days ago) link
this is very good and exciting
― the public eating of beans (Sparkle Motion), Friday, 16 August 2019 17:56 (five days ago) link
Really want to listen to this on cd, from a black & orange digipack, on a boombox for full effect.
― change display name (Jordan), Friday, 16 August 2019 17:57 (five days ago) link
that new track is indeed wonderful. just what i needed on a sunday evening.
― je est un autre, l'enfer c'est les autres (alex in mainhattan), Sunday, 18 August 2019 20:51 (three days ago) link
Listening to the whole album now. It's two versions of "Naima," three versions of "Village Blues," one each of "Like Sonny" and "Traneing In," and the one brand-new track. About 37 minutes of music in all. No bad performances, and the sound — it's in mono — has real punch. I love it. Gonna be listening to this one a lot more than Both Directions At Once, for sure.
― shared unit of analysis (unperson), Wednesday, 21 August 2019 19:34 (one hour ago) link
oh you didn't like Both Directions? I really loved it. if this is better I'm really excited
― Blues Guitar Solo Heatmap (Free Download) (upper mississippi sh@kedown), Wednesday, 21 August 2019 19:52 (one hour ago) link
I liked it (bought the 2CD version), but I didn't love it. This one hits my personal sweet spot better, both because of the mono sound and because all the tunes are basically blues riffs.
― shared unit of analysis (unperson), Wednesday, 21 August 2019 19:57 (fifty-five minutes ago) link