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Old 03-14-2007, 10:08 AM
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Originally Posted by Drummer Karl View Post
Hey, thanks!! Yes, Elvin`s playing would be a blast, have some concerts of him with band/Jazz machine. But I actually wanna go for something "straighter", something more BeBop-like. So Milestone seems very very interessting, where can I buy it, I couldn`t find it on Amazon...

thanks very much

Karl
Milestones has 'Philly' playing on it, but it should be available at most places. Just make sure it's the proper album 'Milestone's', not a compilation of early Miles stuff also called Milestones.

Anyway, as Bernhard said, back to Lewis Nash. Nash did some great stuff with Tommy Flanagan that when you get a chance to check out I think you'll really enjoy. The thing with Nash is he's not hugely innovative but I would go so far to say that for straight ahead stuff I personally think he's the best player today.
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