LAD wrote:Yes, and M. Ribot's version of "Dark was the night, cold was the ground" should be required listening for anyone who isn't an asshole or no longer wants to be one.
legalwalleye wrote:i recently did this for a different board, why not here as well....
10 to start with:
1. ornette coleman - Complete Science Fiction Sessions.
2. sun ra - We Travel the Spaceways/Bad and Beautiful
3. frank lowe - fresh
4. brute force - brute force
5. peter brotzmann (Die Like a Dog Quartet) - Little Birds Have Fast Hearts, No. 1
6. mile davis - A Tribute to Jack Johnson
7. last exit - last exit
8. sonny sharrock - ask the ages
9. eric dolphy - iron man
10. atomic - boom boom (if you can find it)
Is it similar to Hasidic New Wave, Frank London or Masada?
legalwalleye wrote:don't be so nervous john. it's not really about growing up, i think it's more about ones own range of versatility in there musical liking - I'd think.
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I think we all listen to music differently and in different directions. you might give jazz a try again you might not. - peace.
pshp wrote:benedetto wrote:Anybody ever hear "Pyramid" by the Modern Jazz Quartet?
absolutely, completely love it and thank you.
i just found Clinic - Walking with Thee. it's my new favorite thing.
benedetto wrote:Anybody ever hear "Pyramid" by the Modern Jazz Quartet?
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