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.
A Red Breast 12
Interesting. At times reminiscent of Pat Metheny.
Nice flavours from different places
For the guitar players in the audience, with excellent performances by Bill Frisell and Mike Stern.
Vijay Iyer on the turntable as well as this morning’s NPR as he composed the piece Supernatant specifically for National Public Radio.
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.
One of my favorite artists. Thanks to @lonson for posting this one a long time ago.
One of the great free thinking and dynamic artists always adding immediacy to the jazz canon.
Freddie Hubbard “The Hub of Hubbard” MPS cd, 2009
Sounds a lot nicer than the 2016 cd.
I repeated the Evans, my favorite of the Resonance releases from Evans.
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.
David Murray Octet featuring an incredible line up including Henry Threadgill, Olu Dara, Steve McCall, Wilbur Morris, Anthony Davis, and George Lewis.