Jazz Music


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I love big bands. I miss the days when I played in one.

Count Basie Orchestra



Damn, Thad Jones and Mel Lewis Orchestra…
I usually like upright bass in big bands but the electric bass in this tune sounds so good.


#44

anyone recommend their top pharoah sanders albums? listened to harvest time a lot but never really dug further into his albums + want too

enjoyed the alice coltrane - journey in satchidananda album that he plays on a lot too


#46

I don’t think I’m super original here with my favourites.

Karma - which is pretty much 32+ min of ‘The creator has a master plan’ and extra few minutes of another tune.

Tauhid is also great on all fronts, partially because I love Henry Grimes.

You should check Black Unity, too (another 30+ min track)

I also enjoyed this compilation ‘In the beginning’, which has stuff he’s been in from early 60’s and some interviews.


#47

yesss thank you!

dude’s playing is beautiful


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We played this arrangement of Autumn Leaves in a concert one time in the Uni small ensemble I was in.


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i feel like i’m wooing a yatty in a black and white film

this is gr9


#52

The Soundtrack to Bottle Rocket Short is pretty sweet


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Been listening to this album a lot past week. The opening/title tune is a beauty. How comes lanquidity is not in a dictionary yet?


#55

Yeah first track is the best track nearly of anything they have done (that ive heard)


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#57

How would you define this? Languid moments?


#58

my fav


#59

also anyone interested in Pharaoh Sanders needs to check out Thembi…my favorite out of his discography for sure.


#60

Actually discussed it with my friend when listening to the record, hah. Our best definition was liquidity of language, kinda flow of expression. What do you reckon?


#61

That sounds pretty good, tbh.