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Old 01-05-2014, 12:33 PM
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A friend sent me a link to Hermeto Pascal's Slaves album - I won't pretend to know what's going on with the music other than hearing a Miles influence but I like it! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ptOJ33u1bQ

8-Mile, it's got your name on it :)
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Reminds me of the first Return to Forever album.

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A friend sent me a link to Hermeto Pascal's Slaves album - I won't pretend to know what's going on with the music other than hearing a Miles influence but I like it! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ptOJ33u1bQ

8-Mile, it's got your name on it :)
Nice, Grea! I am just settling in but I dig it very much.
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Old 01-07-2014, 05:24 AM
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I highly recommend sitting back and watching this in it's entirely

I got a call a couple weeks ago from a former student who is now studying at Berklee and he says..... if the Antonio Snachez master class that I just went to ever ends up on youtube you HAVE to check it out

it is.... and I did....and it's amazing

jazz drummers..... and all drummers should listen to every word this man says

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GmWvF1CCNlw
Awesome. So, so, so much to take from this.
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Nice, Grea! I am just settling in but I dig it very much.
I'm glad. I wasn't sure if you'd already heard it, but I was sure you'd dig it. There are passages not quite like anything I've heard, even discounting the piggy.
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Old 03-02-2014, 07:03 PM
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whats good cats?

in case you are not up on it I am here to urge you to go to iTunes right now and purchase the album Migration by Antonio Sanchez.

I am proclaiming it one of the greatest jazz albums in the last 35 years

if you want to sample it before buying it in it's entirety just but the song... "Did You Get It?"

so F'n burning ..... Antonio sounds like he is channelling a 20 year old Tony Williams .... ridiculous .... seriously .... I find myself yelling out loud in the car alone when that tune is playing

..... you are welcome in advance

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Old 03-22-2014, 06:53 PM
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Hahahahahahaha.

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that is a amazing!!!!

"hey man why don't you have a hole in your bass drum head?"

" hey I've got a stanley knife here...."


love it

and of course it calls for revisiting this one

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Old 03-22-2014, 07:47 PM
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Hahaha. I almost re-posted that one. Never get tired of it.
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that is a amazing!!!!

"hey man why don't you have a hole in your bass drum head?"

" hey I've got a stanley knife here...."


love it

and of course it calls for revisiting this one

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nilzBEFsQlg
A great one indeed!

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Old 03-22-2014, 10:27 PM
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Nice, Andy! Well done.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jk0xKSwpJww

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Just ran across this for the first time in a loooong time, thought I'd share. Not a huge fan anymore, but anything pre-1995 Dave is still totally killer in my book.

His solo fills @ 4:50 are so tasty, but really, the gem of this tune is the INCOMPARABLE Kenny Kirkland. He plays right after the drum solo, and it's so nice to hear him in this setting.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3dLG3k3jCk
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Old 03-29-2014, 01:51 AM
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Live Chick Corea music workshop! Go to this link NOW. Amazing.... http://chickcoreamusicworkshops.com/pirate/
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had to drop by and leave you with this

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bisN-z_4CnA

Sam Rivers
Jaki Byard
Ron Carter
Tony William

my goodness !!!

... you're welcome
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I'm in. Play more than just jazz, but I do a fair amount of it around Detroit. Mostly organ trio stuff lately. I enjoy the r&b, funky aspect to organ trio jazz. Just led a trio at a great place here in town called the Cadieux Café couple of weeks ago. They have a great series called "Soul Jazz Sunday". Gives many of us a cool place to play and jam.
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In the 1950's into the 60's a lot of places in Chicago had lunchtime groups with grand piano, acoustic upright bass, and a drummer playing a snare and hihat. As a young drummer I always wondered what was going through the drummer's head...did he wish he had more stuff to play on etc.

Last night I finally got the chance to try it myself....piano, female vocalist and self on just
a 3.5" x 14" maple snare and hihat at a country club gig. Had a blast (not to mention I could
carry my gear in in one trip easily). Not once during the evening did I wish I had something else. (Ok, had a cowbell with me and a grippy rubber pad where I could set it on the edge of
the snare if absolutely necessary...but didn't need it.) With hands, several types of brushes, sticks and tympani beaters I could get everything I wanted.

It would be fun to do this again!
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Old 04-05-2014, 08:12 PM
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had to drop by and leave you with this

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bisN-z_4CnA

Sam Rivers
Jaki Byard
Ron Carter
Tony William

my goodness !!!

... you're welcome
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whats good cats?

in case you are not up on it I am here to urge you to go to iTunes right now and purchase the album Migration by Antonio Sanchez.

I am proclaiming it one of the greatest jazz albums in the last 35 years

if you want to sample it before buying it in it's entirety just but the song... "Did You Get It?"

so F'n burning ..... Antonio sounds like he is channelling a 20 year old Tony Williams .... ridiculous .... seriously .... I find myself yelling out loud in the car alone when that tune is playing

..... you are welcome in advance

Anthony

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Just caught this Anthony... Thanks man...

You ain't kidding about Sanchez's Migration Band. He's the now and a big part (in my view) of the future hope of where all this will go.

Not the same lineup as the Migration album (which is monstrous as you point out), but it's some serious killing stuff.... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JvzQevmhkvI
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my favorite record at the moment

I urge you to listen .... then find the whole album and enjoy

the band is absolutely tops .... and Tony is just killing on this record

listen the patience of Tonys solo in this tune.... and listen to that ride cymbal....I am eternally in awe

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bisN-z_4CnA

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love that Sam Rivers album. I found my copy and listened to it; thanks for the reminder!
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Can i join this thread?

im digging the sam rivers thing will post a transcription soon
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Of course! Welcome!

Fuchsia Swing Song is terrific. I think the first Sam Rivers date, at least as a leader. Tony is ridiculous. Another recording from 1964. When December rolls around, I'm going to be busy posting to the "On this day 50 years ago" thread; tons of the classics came out at the end of that year.

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It's probably been posted here before, but just in case anyone forgot how great Blade is....

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HUTCH!!!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NIK6_t1Mjm4

Does anyone know what Hutch sheds??? Or his ride cymbal technique? I want to know so much about his playing
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Hi, I understand you are making a thread with the Jazz guys on the site.

My name is Alex Sanguinetti, I¨m a drummer and drum teacher from Valencia, Spain

Here a VIDEO of mine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-t0XzNlIdu8



Best regards to all!

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HUTCH!!!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NIK6_t1Mjm4

Does anyone know what Hutch sheds??? Or his ride cymbal technique? I want to know so much about his playing
Here's a transcription I made of some of his playing

https://www.dropbox.com/s/q1gtrvoj6g...y%20trades.pdf
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Horace Silver has died at the age of 85. He was one of my true heroes as a composer and jazz visionary and founder of the Jazz Messengers along with Art Blakey.

A lot of great music this man made.
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Horace Silver has died at the age of 85. He was one of my true heroes as a composer and jazz visionary and founder of the Jazz Messengers along with Art Blakey.

A lot of great music this man made.
was definitely saddened by this news

a true pioneer

rest easy uncle Horace

it seems that Sonny Rollins and Roy Haynes are some of the last men standing from the golden era

we should cherish every day that they stay with us
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In the 90's I hosted an internet jazz show in a chat room every Friday late night. There were
a lot of regulars who would type back and forth while the music dominated the chat voice.
I got to know many of them but one woman in particular, who lives in southern Cal, is a dental hygienist and mentioned to me that one of her patients was a jazz pianist and that
they had been friends and attended functions together for years. It was Horace. She mentioned my show to him at some point and then he wrote to me! I was flabbergasted!
He was happy to hear that people were still interested in his music. I know through my friend that he was a very kind soul. We will miss his piano and compositions. RIP
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Terrible news about Horace. One of the greats, and really had an individual style. There were lots of cats who tried to sound like Bird or Dizzy but who can you think of who really copped Horace's sound?

RIP, Horace Silver.
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Been thinking about Charlie Haden, whom we lost last week. Here's an all-time favorite he played on, off the outstanding Ornette Atlantic date, Change Of The Century. #newthing

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Been thinking about Charlie Haden, whom we lost last week. Here's an all-time favorite he played on, off the outstanding Ornette Atlantic date, Change Of The Century. #newthing

http://youtu.be/405MdvmBoAU
I've been taking Charlie's death quite hard, I loved him, a huge inspiration and he had such a beautiful sound, I could listen to his playing on Ramblin, the first track on Change of the Century, all day long and not get tired.
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Only got to hear Charlie live once, with Ornette. Fantastic! I loved Charlie on every recording
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I've been taking Charlie's death quite hard, I loved him, a huge inspiration and he had such a beautiful sound, I could listen to his playing on Ramblin, the first track on Change of the Century, all day long and not get tired.
I hear you, Num. I just listened to that track yesterday. I dug out my Ornette stuff yesterday and listened to all those classics.
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I saw Charlie live with Ornette and Pat Metheny on the Song X tour! Jack DeJohnette and Denardo Coleman both on drums. The funny part was watching members of the audience (at Hill Auditorium in Ann Arbor) stand up and leave in shock when the band started playing. I guess some of them came to see Metheny and were expecting Phase Dance and San Lorenzo or something. When the band started dropping the far out sh**, some of 'em couldn't hang and just bolted. Funny stuff.
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I've been moved and inspired twice today.

First by listening to Sonny Rollins talking about music and life. If you're reading this thread, you probably have heard about the hubbub over that New Yorker piece; the one that presented a fake interview with Sonny Rollins. But Sonny's response, presented by Bret Primack, was amazing to me. His view of this amazing music and how to pursue it... just moves me. There's no other way to say it. There's probably not very much in common between how my life experiences have gone and Sonny's have gone, but his words spoke to me very clearly.

Then, I was browsing and stumbled across this video off Jimmy Cobb from a couple years ago. Is anyone else blown away by how good this man still is? My goodness. Remember, this is the man who recorded Kind Of Blue and Sketches Of Spain in the late 1950s. And this is him now. Amazing. Inspiring. http://youtu.be/M7wN_2n7G14
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I've been moved and inspired twice today.

First by listening to Sonny Rollins talking about music and life. If you're reading this thread, you probably have heard about the hubbub over that New Yorker piece; the one that presented a fake interview with Sonny Rollins. But Sonny's response, presented by Bret Primack, was amazing to me. His view of this amazing music and how to pursue it... just moves me. There's no other way to say it. There's probably not very much in common between how my life experiences have gone and Sonny's have gone, but his words spoke to me very clearly.

Then, I was browsing and stumbled across this video off Jimmy Cobb from a couple years ago. Is anyone else blown away by how good this man still is? My goodness. Remember, this is the man who recorded Kind Of Blue and Sketches Of Spain in the late 1950s. And this is him now. Amazing. Inspiring. http://youtu.be/M7wN_2n7G14
loved the Sonny response !

bout to watch the Cobb vid.... thanks bro
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