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I like Jazz. Do you like Jazz? I'm currently listening to

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I like Jazz. Do you like Jazz? I'm currently listening to "Scenery" by Ryo Fukui, what are you listening to?
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lol who the fuck likes jazz besides for old dads and le wrong generation fedoras
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>>54399807
I like jazz
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>>54399851
Jazz fucking sucks anon, everyone who actually likes music is laughing at you right now for enjoying that shit. The whole genre is the definition of the word wank, literal aural masturbation with no depth whatsoever.
>muh solos
>muh time signatures
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>>54399724
idk that i just downloaded it gonna listen to ti
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>>54400086
please go to your to pimp a butterfly thread you uncultured pleb
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>>54399724
I like this album a lot. Where should I go from here?
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>>54400116
>uncultured pleb
Typical jazz fan, resorting to buzzwords and calling others "uncultured" as an argument. It's funny you say that I'm "uncultured" but your the one listening to the completely vapid noodling that is jazz; also I didn't really care for TPAB (6/10) but I can guarantee it has more depth than anything Miles Davis or Ornette Coleman or any other fucking jazz "artist" ever produced.
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>>54400327
not him but I like Jazz because it makes me feel good
sounds like you don't listen to music to feel good
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>>54400430
If I wanted to feel good I would listen to Pet Sounds, because at least it means something and conveys actual emotion instead of aimlessely noodling around for 10-20 minutes (if not longer.) Post some jazz albums that you think have some level of depth to them, and actually express those ideas in the music instead of some shitty 'concept' tacked onto the peice.
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>>54400130
Mellow Dream by the same artist. It's even better.

Fuck, I'd kill someone to find a reasonably priced version of Scenery and Mellow Dream on vinyl.
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>>54400656
why does it matter if its aimless noodling or not? if it makes you feel good it makes you feel good.
not everything has to convey emotion and depth.
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any albums similar to this?
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>>54400748
What about the majority of Top 40 pop music? It certainly has the ability to make you feel good, do you consider it to be high quality music?
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>>54399724
that album is goat
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>>54399724
Ryo Fului is my nigga
Op is my nigga
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>>54400870
Does it really matter if its top quality music or not?
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>>54400955
Well I can't speak for you but I don't enjoy listening to shitty music. What I was getting at in my last post was that you seem to consider jazz a high quality form of music, but only on the basis that it makes you "feel good" not that it actually has any intellectual or emotional depth; I made the comparison to Top 40 pop because it is essentially the same way, totally vapid, and I'm assuming you don't consider it to be on the same level as jazz, what exactly constitutes the difference in quality between something like Katy Perry and Thelonious Monk?
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>>54401269
music being shitty is subjective though
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>>54401416
Did you only read the first sentance of my post?
>jazz fans everyone
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thats my favorite album anon

currently listening to non-jazz (abner jay) but last jazz album i listened to way johnny griffith - a blowin session. my local record store has a cioy of the vinyl but it's like 80 bucks :(

scenery is seriously such a great album. even my nonjazz friends love it
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>>54401522
it doesn't matter to me if music has intellectual or emotional depth, all that matters to me is that it sounds good to me and makes me feel good.
you don't like music that you don't consider intellectual and deep, and since that's the case don't listen to shit you think isn't intellectual and deep and don't be an autist who goes around shitting up threads and saying his opinion is fact
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It's a real shame when one post ruins a thread. Hide any unrelated posts :)

I've been really getting into robert glasper lately. My favorite is in my element. i can't stop listening to maiden voyage/everything in it's right place.

Was anyone else let down by black radio 2? even black radio 1 was mediocre. i'm really glad hes returning to jazz for his next album
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>>54401731
I never said my opinion was fact, don't put words in my mouth. I was just trying to get a good discussion going, if I hadn't been "shitting up" this thread it would be near the last page and dead. I apologize for attempting to understand your opinion and express mine on a music dsicussion board.
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>>54400671
>Ryo Fukui

Got good rips of them? I have Scenery in 320 but that's it; the rest are in 192.
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>>54402126
have you checked rutracker?
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>>54402306
>>54402126
nvm i only ahve mellow dream in 192
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Jazz peeps, how is the album in pic? Was browsing metacritic to see TPAB's score for shits and giggles, and saw that pic is the highest rated non-remaster/non-deluxe edition album (even higher than my baby SMiLE.) Is it that good?
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>>54401607
ABNER JAY
MY FUCKING MULATTO
Recently bought that guy's first record, pretty damn expensive but totally worth it.
Apparently the dude who owns Mississippi Records is sitting on Abner's autobiography. No idea when it'll be released (if ever).
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>>54401985
Damn I'm impressed that you're this anti-jazz. I read your first post and I thought you were trolling. But even if you trolling are you're making good enough points to be taken seriously.

Now go fuck yourself because jazz is my shit and the shit generally. Here's why:

1.) Musicianship:
I am one. Not professional but good enough and with enough experience that I can claim to give a damn. Jazz has some of the best musicians I've ever heard. Elvin Jones how the hell do you manage to get 100+ tones out of 5 drumheads? With creativity, a discerning ear, creativity, and excellent wrist/hand control.

Miles Davis. So. fucking. deliberate. Every note is so well weighted, he just takes his time and places his shit exactly where it needs to go. There are so few Miles Davis solos where I feel certain notes could be better off elsewhere or gone.
John Coltrane polar opposite. Loose, daring, powerful. Overplayed a little bit early in his career, this record included. Just as dynamic as Miles is versatile. You know what? Just as versatile as Miles is versatile too.

cont.
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>>54402548
It's great if you're into free jazz. Definitely a favorite of mine. Check out the first track, Dred Scott.
https://cuneiformrecords.bandcamp.com/album/ten-freedom-summers-2
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>>54401985
.) Ingenuity:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k94zDsJ-JMU
Here they are playing modal jazz while it was still fresh and early. Solos like these had not been heard often before (on record, I can't speak to live performances), and it only sounds a teeny bit forced. But I didn't pick this track because it's the first quintet's best, I picked it because it is exemplary. They consistently went at new shit like it's been their main bitch since way back when. Jazz at one point was just bland swing-esque dance music. Then bebop happened. Hard bop happened. Cool happened. Modal happened. The ridiculous orgy of sound called the 60s happened. Then free jazzed happened because shit, what do you do when the best have been at it for two decades strong? You say fuck it, I'm going wild.
Speaking of which: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lX24Ry3HxhM

3.) Rhythm:
Good jazz is witty and light on its feet, like a good philosopher (extreme props if you pick up the reference).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_h3F8GLz0q0
I put this shit on and I dance. I honestly, most of the time, could give less of a damn about melody. Don’t even bother me with lyrics. I pick something, I press play, and then I go back to what I was doing. And then I stop what I was doing and I dance, because that’s how I express my gratitude to music. Maybe it’s because I’m a drummer but I love the fact that jazz is constantly smashing together different rhythms. If you have ever earnestly enjoyed snapping along to music then you should be listening to jazz. It just gives you so much freedom and so much room to work with, that’s the whole point. It’s like 90% improvisation, which some people don’t like, but I really dig music that has so little pre-conceit and puts so high a priority on self-expression in the moment.

4.) Black People:
Pic related, Monk straight chillin. Nuf said
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>>54403452
Damn, it sounds good. But I can't find a download link. I may just end up buying it, but I wanna listen to the whole thing
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>>54399807
>>54400086
>le wrong generation fedoras
Nice buzzword.

No one can make you understand.
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>>54403612
Check this link in about fifteen minutes, I uploaded it for you. https://mega.co.nz/#F!1UshCLqI!wyNPadirDwCk9PYW_2NWDA

Be sure to buy it if you dig it enough!
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>>54403838
Holy shit anon I love you! And if the rest are on the level Dred Scott and MLK Jr. are on, then hell yes I'll buy this. Cuz if the rest is that good, I am surprised /mu/ hasn't gotten on this yet.
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>>54403838
i'm not even the guy you were talking to and i mostly lurk but yo i wanted to stop by and tell you:
you're seriously the fucking man for uploading this
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>>54403440
>>54403493
>>54403653
It's been more than hour since my last post and I don't really feel like keeping this up; as you suspected I was just fucking around, I have as much respect for Jazz as the next guy, both as a listener and a musician. I actually grew up listening to Jazz, as that was all my father listened to at the time, especially fusion and the more avant garde styles (although it was mixed together.) I don't listen to a lot of Jazz myself, but I always enjoy it when I do, my favourite Jazz album could be Sketches Of Spain but Headhunters would be a close second. Sorry if I genuinely offended anyone.
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>>54404433
Damn. Jazz general is so good I guess trolls can't even keep their acts up
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>>54404433
we forgive you
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>>54403374
ya that album is fan-fucking-tastic.
also mulatto is hilarious, i'm going to steal that
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>>54404874
mulatto: origins
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nseBliU80LM
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>>54399724
That album is fucking amazing. OP do you want it in FLAC? I got it in the last what.cd freeleech.
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>>54405354
not OP but yeah
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>>54404433
dude you suck pretty hard. why shit up a decent enough thread so so so so so badly among the potentially worst climate ever on mu where nothing good is happening outside of daily?
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>>54403440
>>54403493

thank you for this post. i'm not a musician, so jazz is a tad more subjective for me, but you really effectively conveyed some of what i feel when i listen to jazz. definitely gonna try to look at jazz in a similar fashion from now on.
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>>54401269
>what exactly constitutes the difference in quality between something like Katy Perry and Thelonious Monk?
>being this retarded

One is a musician and the other is a crap shoot celebrity who happens to record music.
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>>54406644
see
>>54404433
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>>54403493
>4.) Black People:
Pic related, Monk straight chillin. Nuf said
Your post was going so well...
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>>54405354
Yes yes yes
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>>54399807
/mu/ used to have fucking amazing jazz sharethreads with people that actually played jazz recommending shit. Before shitposting children like you took over this site.
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Kaoru Abe

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IqvwBos9HQk

Colin Stetson

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2_ziDb6tOo&index=5&list=RDB0tKKyEXYTI
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>>54409392
Then let's bring the share threads back.

Thelonious Monk - Misterioso (1958)
>I think one of his last great albums before the triplet from 1963. Johnny Griffin on sax kills it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FuHjgKQDofs

Sun Ra - Sun Song/Jazz By Sun Ra (1956)
>Back before he was the cosmic overlord he was still one of the most creative jazz musicians around.
https://youtu.be/FuHjgKQDofs?t=57s

George Russell - Ezz-Thetics (1961)
>Not super well known but George Russell is one of jazz's intellectual pioneers. Eric Dolphy leads the way on this one.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=19PzDh7GEa8

Cecil Taylor - Nefertiti the Beautiful One Has Come (1962)
>Early free jazz, maybe my favorite jazz album ever. Piano trio that plays way bigger than should be possible for a three piece. Music for movers.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFdWVFTNqUc

All of these are personal favs but also important albums from their discographies. 3 of the 4 should be moderately easy to find. I really wish I had upload links to give, I'll be able to do that soon.
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>>54399724
Always heard jazz growing up, now I have to write it for a film job. gotta get my Count Basie/ Earl Fatha Hines piano chops up

>>54400086
>Jazz fucking sucks
giant pleb detected.

just stick to your kanye west and NMH threads kid
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>>54411158
>>54409392

you missed the part where he apologized

>>54404433
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>>54400845
HORACE SILVER IS MY FUCKING NIGGA
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>>54399724
I'm pretty new to Jazz. The only Jazz I've been listening to is Soil & Pimp Sessions and Naked City. Where should I go from there?

also, I'll give OP a try
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>>54411716
Well, you can start with the often highly rated holy trinity

Miles Davis - Kind of Blue
John Coltrane - A Love Supreme
Charles Mingus - The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady

and sometimes along with them but not is

Ornette Coleman - The Shape of Jazz to Come


Miles Davis has a second quintet that made some nifty stuff:

Miles Davis - Miles Smiles
Miles Davis - Nefertiti

John Coltrane later started doing more avant garde shit:

John Coltrane - Ascension

Miles later on became an amazing jazz fusion guy

Miles Davis - In a Silent Way
Miles Davis - Bitches Brew
Miles Davis - Jack Johnson

there are other cool jazz fusion albums, too

Sun Ra - Atlantis
Sun Ra - Lanquidity
Herbie Hancock - Headhunters
Mahavishnu Orchestra - Inner Mounting Flame
Frank Zappa - Hot Rats

Then there's some other, cooler, less accessible stuff

Thelonious Monk - Brilliant Corners
Ornette Coleman - Free Jazz: A collective Improvisation
Pharoah Sanders - Karma
John Zorn - Kristallnacht
Fushitsusha and Peter Brotzmann - Nothing Changes No One Can Change Anything, I Am Ever-Changing Only You Can Change Yourself
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>>54411955
Shit, I wasn't expecting such a good response. Thank you
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>>54412022
Oh son of a bitch, I forgot jazz guitarists. Sorry bruh, I am drunk posting.


Django Reinhardt - Djangology or really any greatest hits type album he has
Wes Montgomery - The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery
Pat Metheny - Bright Size Life
Guthrie Govan - Erotic Cakes

Each a different style of jazz guitar. All good.
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>>54412354
Thank you anon
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>no download links
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>>54412354
I'd also recommend Baden Powell, but this guy knows his shit.
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>>54412914
But....>>54410990
and
>>54403838
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>>54412949
Since when can you download music from youtube?
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>>54413011
Oh fuck me. Like I said >>54412354 I am drunk. My bad.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G99FfalLFWQ I doubt it's top tier jazz but I enjoy it
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>only jazz album I've ever listened to (other than BBNG)
>enjoyed it
>not sure where to go from here

any other albums I should check out?
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>>54413032
It's all good, man.
I'm really just looking to download the OP album.
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>>54413185
I'm looking for it as well. Found a dl for Mellow Dream http://www.mediafire.com/?lpjggrk2287tdc6 no luck on Scenery yet
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Just got this bad boy on vinyl today
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>>54413185
Word. I found this in the archive for a DL of Scenery

https://mega.co.nz/#!dIJGXRQK!UK4LGwIAlu1WQrOnTH9BIH1AtME5MeIDGirgiCA-pOA

>>54413255
Damn, nice!
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>>54413245
http://www.mediafire.com/download/xjgno0smspo3125/Ryo+Fukui+%281976%29+Scenery.rar
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>>54413322
You think the archive might have a DL link for Marvin Gaye's Trouble Man?
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>>54413396
4chan won't let me post the actual DL link. Hopefully I am allowed to post the link that took me there.

http://download-soundtracks.com/movie_soundtracks/trouble-man-soundtrack-expanded-by-marvin-gaye/
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>>54413551
Okay cool. I am allowed to post that.
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Monitoring this thread. I'm a jazz pleb and only listen to BBNG, but would like to hear more different styles especially after watching Birdman.

Throw me some recs bros. Maybe some jazz essentials.
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>>54403838
thank you, you're excellent
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>>54413551
>>54413562
thank you so fucking much, anon
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>>54411158
check out sammy nestico. He was a bone player and arranger for count basie. He's like one of the best big band dudes out there.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tk6CkZcxJhk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=II_XvGVZP4Q

Michael Phillip Mossman is also a newish guy who has some arranging chops

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=df_Wvmk5kLc

And this won't help as much with job music (but it's my personal favorite): Don Ellis. He basically had a hard on for hard time signatures and classical and middle eastern instruments being used in his songs.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ooU-pXnJ8ZQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OrsNOSewwAM
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>>54413174
>>54413618
Guys check out the post I made >>54411955
>>54412354
It's not everything, but a good starting point I guess.

>>54413629
Yeah dude, np.
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Death Grips :^)
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>>54411955
Go ahead and just listen to all these albums. This is a great list
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>>54400845
Blowing the Blues Away
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I'm currently listening to Doobie Brothers
They're not jazz but I like jazz and you asked what I was listening to, so I felt compelled to answer.
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That looks a lot like the cover for Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus.
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I've been listening to this album several times already, pretty good surprise and definitely not like the others

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNHaHkX1AT8
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>>54399724
Listened to Word of Mouth by Jaco eariler. Not the most traditional album (it's barely even jazz actuall) but some of the compositions there are just beautiful. It's a jaco album that's not focused on his playing and it's really amazing and I highly recommend it.
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>>54399724
I fucking love Japanese Jazz. I wish I could get into more traditional Jazz but none of it really interests me as much as like Ryo Fukui or Soil and Pimp Session, the latter of which is mot likely taboo for jazz but who gives a fug.
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>>54417048
Check out these guys.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOJyHg4NI_M
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>>54413642
thanks, these are great!
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awesome thread :)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5KOJQxXifgo

one of my all time favourites. psychedelic as fuck. there really needs to be more avant-fusion with organs as the lead instrument. Miles Davis' live fusion albums are pretty much the only thing on its level.
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>>54417048
>Soil and Pimp Session, the latter of which is mot likely taboo for jazz
I'm new to jazz, can someone explain why because I really love them.
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>>54417344
there are other albums like this
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Been listening to a lot of Carlos Bica & Azul just to expand a bit out of the "great names".

They have some interesting stuff.

https://youtu.be/e7NJsI3Q7k0

https://youtu.be/GgFYmaTdHh4
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>>54417361
Listen to Circles.

Also, apparently they're weeaboo music because they were in an anime OP. I had no idea. Not quoting /mu/, I hardly know the Jazz people here. I mean IRL.
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>>54413174
my fucking negro
thats my favorite album
thats yusefs best so i'd move on from his stuff
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQdf1YhmAbU
severely underrated album imo
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I just got Kind Of Blue on vinyl the other day, so I have been listening to that.
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speaking of Don Ellis, he made a good album with a bunch of Poles
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>>54417777
Nice quads, and I was the one who brought him up originally. I haven't heard him play in a combo setting, I'll have to check it out, thanks
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did jtg die?
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Have you heard this? It's long as fuck, but quite good
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>>54418412
he posted like four days ago man
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I'm just listening to Bitches Brew. I don't know, i liked In A Silent Way better, maybe because i love Weather Report.

Listen Black Market if you want to listen to some jazz-fusion.

Also, Dark Magus is fucking intense. It feels like everyone on that album is crazy or on heavy drugs
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>>54418445
Yeah, there are some great performances there. I especially like Peter Brötzmann / Bill Laswell / Maâllem Mokhtar Gania / Hamid Drake.
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>like jazz
>don't have any music theory background or musical education

I feel like I'm missing out on a great part of jazz :(
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>>54418517
Me too, bro. Understand it or not, it's still great
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>>54400086
>jazz fucking sucks

in other words: i am incapable of playing an instrument or taking music behold face value
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>>54418517
>>54418532
don't worry folks, even louis armstrong didn't know much theory and he definitely didn't have musical education (if you mean something like a college) and he was the most important jazz musician of all time probably.
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>>54418517
>>54418532
Get this.
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>>54418576
Is it babies first jazz book? I only ask because I have 0 knowledge and I'll probably have to be spoonfed or at least have everything in simple terms
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>>54417048

...but Ryu Fukui is just Hard Bob. How is that not traditional Jazz? I like his music, but let's be real now.
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>>54418602
babbies first jazz book is the real book (that's how it's calld: real book)
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>>54417163
>when Pharoah Sanders comes in
I love that guys sound so fucking much. Also when he starts yelling inbetween notes after the 10 minute mark.

The guys from Sleepwalker must've counted themselves extremely lucky to be able to play with such a master.

Also listen to this, especially the solo at 10:28
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HWghTVdDGDM
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>>54418633
Ain't there a new edition called The New Real Book?

>>54418630
Weebs often assume that because a guy is wapanese he only makes wapanese stuff.
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>>54418630
He could've meant swing or Dixieland.
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>>54418657
>Ain't there a new edition called The New Real Book?
maybe there is, i don't know. it's probably pretty much the same thing though.
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>tfw Rahsaan Roland Kirk will forever be underrated
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Liy6TQ8FLR4

Also made one of my favourite Goodbye Pork Pie Hat versions.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=He3xn3OE040

And the quality isn't 100% but this is one of the most mindblowing performances i've ever heard.
>THEY SHOT HIM DOOOOWN
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PncYUEzRKFU
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>>54418676

He could have also meant vocal Jazz from the 30s and 40s, too, Anon.

But we both know he didn't.
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>>54418810
Well, I can't read minds..
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>>54418676
No, he indicated Japanese jazz as seperate from all other jazz, while it isn´t. Not that it isn´t great, i love Ryo Fukui, Hiromi Uehara and Satoko Fujii.
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>>54418827
Ok.
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Since people were asking but I didnt see a link in the thread, OP album in flac:

http://www.mediafire.com/download/inuo1fr2jxrfyau/Ryo_Fukui_-_Scenery.rar
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>>54418727
he's not really underrated I think, just not enough talked about
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>>54418863
That´s perhaps more accurate. I do know he scared every saxophone player playing with him.

His imagination and creativity are just unparallelled though. I love how he quotes A Love Supreme in https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PncYUEzRKFU
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>>54400656
A Love Supreme
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>>54400656
For plebeians:
The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady
A Love Supreme
Karma


The more you listen to jazz the more you realize how pure of an expression of emotions it is.
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>>54400327
Please explain what you think constitutes depth and give an example of music that is "deep".
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>>54418540
>>54418892
>>54418919
Why do you guys keep responding to a 14hours old bait?
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>>54419072
I generally don't look at the time of posts and neglected to read his earlier posts.
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Who Weather Report here?
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saw this thread when i woke up and thought "why haven't i listened to a love supreme yet?". and now i have. twice. going for a third time now.
good thread
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>>54419165
try the live version
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Damn. Haven't seen a jazz thread for weeks. I remember when they used to be an every day thing.
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>>54419209
there's a live version on this "deluxe edition" cd, is that the same?
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>>54419272
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>>54419283
He only performed it live once, so i'm pretty sure it's the same one.
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>>54419283
yeah it's the same
part of it on video here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qt435yF2Qg
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is there any jazz from this year worth hearing? I don't know shit about current jazz but don't want to rule it out without hearing any of it.
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any links for lesser known jazz?
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>>54419398
Duane Eubanks - Things of that prticular nature
Avishai Cohen - From darkness
I'm wainting for Isabelle Olivier - Don't worry be haRpy because I don't know any jazz with a harp and I'd like to see what it sounds like
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>>54419410
The Red Garland Quintet - All Mornin' Long
https://mega.co.nz/#!KxplzKxS!RJeTXALPTlDB6lzk9uFRE18Y4zli8ajyxMsdh5iU1UY

Satoko Fujii - Toward, "TO WEST"
https://mega.co.nz/#!bowxRDwZ!S2id_wgJf6uV21Fgmscecl0BQY8FeA4xt2WCdY6s5Ns

Oliver Nelson - The Blues And The Abstract Truth
https://mega.co.nz/#!e9p1DKCA!XUzcmhofR__C9Y97bXk3WFjUA-Qwj4s6zeqQRCkQhO0

Here's some i got in my mega account.
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>>54419474
http://rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4953942
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>>54419474
Chris Potter, Rudresh Mahanthappa, Matthew Shipp
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>>54419562
oh shit I didn't know they were so quick on rutracker. since the album's barely a month old I didn't even thought it could be already uploaded

>>54419410
François Méchali - Orly and bass
http://www12.zippyshare.com/v/CKuQe3em/file.html

solo bass
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>>54419663
Those russians are the best pirates in the world man.
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A bit off topic but does anyone here listen to jazz influenced electronic stuff? So far the closest I've found is Mr Carmack's stuff, but looking to check out similar artists. Song is pretty much what I'm looking for:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kUq_wCfy2XU
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>>54419706
Kenichiro Nishihara is pretty cool.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J8bG41cAEhM

A lot of Jazz-hop is pretty good.
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>>54419663
François Méchali - Le souffle d'une corde
http://www10.zippyshare.com/v/vMbHlNsd/file.html


solo bass again
if you want to hear Méchali playing with someone, I'd recommend François Couturier - Musica callada

>>54419702
I still am obliged to buy some albums sometimes, 9/10 service though
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I have:
-All Weather Report albums
-All Tower of Power
-Disco Volante by Mr. Bungle
-In A Silent Way and Dark Magus by Miles Davis
-The Inner Mounting Flame by Mahavishnu Orchesta
-Third by Soft Machine

If someone wants any of thse, i'll upload them to Mega
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>>54419878
Damn

Dank collection bruh
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>>54419878
Woah you must've been collecting music for weeks!
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>>54419209
man this one is even better
that damn cello/whatever that was solo
too good
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>>54400086
>I take all of my opinions from Steve Albini and can't think for myself
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>>54420638
IT'S BAIT
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>>54420661
He could be serious, remember Poe's Law
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>>54420701
no he admitted to baiting
remember the law of reading the thread
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>>54420715
Damn i missed it.
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I'm really into atmospheric, almost minimalistic jazz sound. Artists like Bobo Stenson or Marcin Wasilewski Trio. Any recomendations?
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>>54418863
i think a lot of people are turned off by the novelty aspect of roland kirk, or by the fact that a lot of his records are not all that great... that and also he wasn't really an innovative player.
in the canon of jazz, kirk is really somewhat of an insignificant player, especially when you compare him to people like joe henderson, sonny rollins, john coltrane etc
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>>54420862
You can make any player look insignificant when you compare them to the worshiped heroes of the jazz canon.

Doesn't say anything interesting about their art. See: players/composers like Sam Rivers.
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>>54419878
>Mahavishnu Orchestra
>Weather Report
please
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>>54421465
Your saying you want them or that i have shit taste?
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>>54421137
>You can make any player look insignificant when you compare them to the worshiped heroes of the jazz canon.
you can take any comment on 4chan and turn it into an argument that you can craft in your favor

Sam Rivers was an innovative writer and player, quite different from Roland Kirk

there's a reason why the 'worshiped heroes' ARE the worshiped heroes - quite simply, they could do what others couldn't
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>>54421482
I want them. you have great taste
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anyone have a link for Atlantis by Sun Ra? trying to collect his discography
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>>54421652
I'm also like halfway to collecting all of it
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>>54421652
>>54421679
this should help
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gotta throw in keith jarrett
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBnwDTAoAC8
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>>54421571
Just wait a little more and i'll give you the mega link
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A classic
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IrVnm66joQk&index=66&list=FL0RpfEIRGA7Uhn2AxewXxsg
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>>54421465
>>54421571
Fianlly. It took forever

https://mega.co.nz/#!e0sxgZwC!IWvAaUMomHnXHA-5CT0gf9sL9e2S1FD9zdMyb1kvSgo
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>>54419072
It's just that my bait was that good.

Currently listening to a John Coltrane compilation , Trane's Blues, I bought for $3 a while ago. It's quite good, although I prefer his more avant garde stuff. I've had it for a few weeks but I bought it along with a few other cds and I guess it got overlooked.
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Anyone got something similar to this? This is the most beautiful music piece I've ever heard.
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>>54423728
just bought this. it's amazing
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>>54423728
This is amazing
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>>54423728
>>54424012
>>54424042
samefag
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>>54424137
No.
But seriously, I need something like this. Very calm and psychedelic.
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>>54424321
Grateful Dead bruh
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>>54424710
You gotta say more than that bruh. If he goes and listens to American Beauty now he'll have not clue what you were talking about.
>>54423728
>>54424321
Here try:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PhepYW8E0q4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpYa_HW_GxI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wA1ZelIbUfI
and >>54417404
Oh and obviously Electric Miles stuff if you haven't.
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>>54424710
>>54425079
Thanks, that's exactly what I've been looking for.
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>>54425233
If you're gonna go for The Dead, go for live shows! The studio albums aren't near as good.
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Elvin Jones was such a beast, he's the best thing on every late-Coltrane record.
Does he have any good albums of his own?
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>>54421999
that's... overwhelming.
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>>54417048
sadao watanabe - swiss air
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Jazz-Hip Trio - Portraits [1968] @ V0
>1960s, jazz
https://mega.co.nz/#!LlYywALC!72CCOyz69lHCTUq8KJEVMYfViI7Kd-QEqY4Azaxq5fw
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>>54399724

ta fuck you're doing here Vanessa?
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>>54421999

Neat. I have most of his discog (about 200) so can you briefly tell me what this is? Saturn records? Comps? Any live bootlegs?
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man, I like this guy Philippe Petit on guitar a lot. pic related and his album with Miroslav Vitous are both excellent
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>>54427508
Atlantis came out 1969 on Saturn Records with the Astro-Infinity Arkestra. Really great avant garde
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>>54427508
>have most of his discog
want to share that?
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>>54400671
same scenery sells for 300$ :/
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Thoughts on this?

My favorite jazz album.
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>>54429307
one of my favorite Shorter albums, even if I like Juju more
I heard him recently on pic related, which is a very good session although I expected even more regarding the monstruous lineup on it
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>>54399724
i've been into jazz since a young age
not listening to jazz this very second though earlier I was listening to Enter - Fire! Orchestra
a bit genre-bending, but be sure to check it out
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>>54411158
How do you get a film job?
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bumping with red hot lineup
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>>54399724
I am glad that you can still find some amazing gems in /mu/. Thank you OP for introducing me to Ryo Fukui
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>>54432441
it has been discussed a lot as far as I can remember. if you want some other great japan jazz you should check out this record label : http://www.discogs.com/label/50712-Three-Blind-Mice
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>>54432526
This.
You should also, look at Jazz threads. Some great stuff gets posted.
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>>54429120
Why does it cost so much?
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>>54432526
thanks for this.
>>54432975
I believe only 2 pressings have been made.
Both in very limited numbers. They never go for sale as well.

http://www.discogs.com/Ryo-Fukui-Scenery/master/509654
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>>54404433
lmao
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>>54419474
Will cop those pronto, love Avishai

>>54419398
I'd also recommend Vijay Iyer's new disc, Break Stuff
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not only these guys are united through their work, both having worked with Horace Silver, but also in their playing. Cecil McBee also delivers a quality bass work
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Hi, guys. Recs on something similar to this? I'm new into jazz and i know shit about the genre, but i liked this a lot.
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>>54434076
try >>54417404
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>>54434120
thanks, anon! i'll give a try
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>>54417048
anime nerd
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>>54428960

It would take ages to upload it all since I have bad internet. I can fill out requests I guess if you want I'll take a screencap of my Sun Ra folder.
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>>54434076
You'd probably really enjoy Herbie Hancock- Headhunters, especially if you like funk
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>>54434198
if you're looking for Biteches bresw-esque kind of stuff you'll be pleased
as for general fusion I'd recommend pic related a lot
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www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8goep7fVXk
is bossa nova allowed here?
post some anyway
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>>54435049
not really bossa nova related although definitely jazz related, but the cover reminds me a lot of pic related
on a more bossa nova related, Herbie Mann - Recorded live at Rio de Janeiro, with Jobim and Gilberto
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