Strictly Jazz Sounds

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Listening just for the music now. Both feet a tappin.
But the imaging is so great. Horns spread all over the soundstage.
Some serious volume.
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Happy audionut.

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Enjoying this in DSD256

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Interesting. At times reminiscent of Pat Metheny.

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Ornette and Pat mix it up, with a little bit less flash from Pat than previous outings.

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Nice flavours from different places :ok_hand:t2:

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For the guitar players in the audience, with excellent performances by Bill Frisell and Mike Stern.

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Vijay Iyer on the turntable as well as this morning’s NPR as he composed the piece Supernatant specifically for National Public Radio.

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Tony Williams “Civilization” Blue Note cd

Interesting to revisit these Wiliams cds. I overplayed them when new and then left them lie fallow for a spell.

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One of my favorite artists. Thanks to @lonson for posting this one a long time ago.

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Bill Potts and his Orchestra “Bye Bye Birdie” Colpix/EMI Japan cd

Nice one.

One of the great free thinking and dynamic artists always adding immediacy to the jazz canon.

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Freddie Hubbard “The Hub of Hubbard” MPS cd, 2009

Sounds a lot nicer than the 2016 cd.

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Fabiano Do Nascimento “Preludio” Not Now cd

Yet another great album from this exciting guitarist.

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Bill Evans “Another Time–The Hilversum Concert” Resonance Records cd

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I repeated the Evans, my favorite of the Resonance releases from Evans.

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Charles Mingus “Mingus in Europe, Vol. 2” Enja/Solid Records cd Japan

I just love the composition “Orange was the Color of her Dress Then Blue Silk” and there’s a great performance of it here.

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David Murray Octet featuring an incredible line up including Henry Threadgill, Olu Dara, Steve McCall, Wilbur Morris, Anthony Davis, and George Lewis.