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I listen to KPLU every day/night. Jazz is the only music I can still enjoy.

When you mention "Jazz" it can mean a dozen different things to a

dozen different persons. KPLU and the "staff" are "very good" at

giving the listeners the best sample of "what the music is".  None of

this "easy jazz" shit. You can hear Miles Davis tracks spread throughout

the day ( The man issued a 100LPs and I have 93 of them) and John

Coltrane, Charlie Parker, Charles Mingus, and all the rest of the best.

I havent yet had a chance to review the 900+LPs list to see what I'm

lacking. I know I got half the list covered already.

 

1,000 Jazz Albums You Should Hear Before You Die (931-940)



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I like beatnik jazz such as Lalo Schifrin...

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I got a couple Lalo Schifirin LP's. Dint hang around long doing jazz.
Went head-first into TV and Movie soundtrack music. Great name
to just "bring-up" Buckethead.

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More 'different' music outa Africa... Mali ta be exact. Right up there in the Sahel region, below the Sahara... Two heavy cats who've managed to build a following in Europe, especially after playing concerts in Belgium and France... Wonderful acoustic music!




-- Edited by Uke on Tuesday 11th of December 2012 11:07:05 PM

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I'm pretty sure I don't have enough time.


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BlackDog wrote:

I'm pretty sure I don't have enough time.


 Maybe you could play catch-up.



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Cy Valley wrote:
BlackDog wrote:

I'm pretty sure I don't have enough time.


 Maybe you could play catch-up.


 Forget it! We need you ta keep workin' Blackie... After all who's gonna support Cy, mntman, me, and Tu, if you spend all your 'free' time listenin' ta music?



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Some damn good Blues albums out there ta be heard before moving on...

Like Buddy Guy. He's gotta be 78, or so, and still plays some damn good guitar!

But hell whaddo I know? Buckethead's our de facto BurningJournaldotcom expert there...

Whatcha think amigo? From Buddy's latest:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1NvzfxLTpCg



-- Edited by Uke on Thursday 12th of September 2013 05:20:52 PM

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I picked up a CD called "Piano, Strings, and Bossa Nova" from Lalo Schrifrin (1962). Top quality stuff! Makes deadheading far more tolerable.

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I thought this topic was about jazz.

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Cy Valley wrote:

I thought this topic was about jazz.


 Who dyed and appointed you thread police?



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Picky, picky, picky. I was simply making an observation.

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Think this link list all 1000 of the best jazz records of all time.
Nows your chance find something you like.

 

http://groovenotes.org/1000-jazz-albums-you-should-hear-before-you-die-the-complete-list/



-- Edited by The Krink on Monday 16th of September 2013 02:50:35 AM

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Been listening to a lot of Lalo. Also the Tito Puente channel is great on Pandora. This is good stuff!

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Buckethead wrote:

Been listening to a lot of Lalo. Also the Tito Puente channel is great on Pandora. This is good stuff!


 Your old.



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