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Miles Davis Quintet: A New Box-Set

“The Miles Davis Quintet of the 1960s has long been praised as one of the most advanced small groups in jazz history, and anyone seeking to test the claim can choose from an abundance of evidence: studio albums, concert and club recordings, multi-disc collections.

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20th Century

Jeremy Pelt, #Jiveculture, HighNote (2015)

  • Jeremy Pelt: trumpet
  • Ron Carter: bass
  • Billy Drummond: drums
  • Danny Grissett: piano, fender rhodes
  • Lisette Santiago: percussion

Jeremy Pelt has made a significant place for himself on my shelf and that of many others I’m sure! 226 more words

Jazz

Tenor sax trios II (Three's Company, Matt Parker Trio CDs reviewed by Chris Maskell)

We’ll Be Together Again (Chesky Records)
Three’s Company

Even though no audience is present, this joint effort by tenor saxophonist Javon Jackson, bassist Ron Carter and drummer Billy Drummond feels like a live record. 803 more words

Jazzblog

Ron Carter Trio at The Woodlawn Cemetery Jazz Corner, May 15, 2016

Photographs by Corrado Serra.

The Woodlawn Cemetery is known internationally as the historic site where many members of the Jazz Community are memorialized. To commemorate the 90th Anniversary of Miles Davis’ birth a tribute concert was held at ‘Jazz Corner’, in front of Davis’ memorial, by the Ron Carter Trio with guitarist Russell Malone and pianist Donald Vega. 43 more words

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Selected Events (05/08) + Today’s Featured Pub (Greenwich Village)

Today’s Super 7 > SUNDAY / MAY 08, 2016

“We search the internet everyday looking for the very best of What’s Happening, primarily on Manhattan’s WestSide, so that you don’t have to.” We make it as easy as 1-2-3. 2,091 more words

Samba de Orpheus

It has been a good while since I’ve posted.  I’ve missed you all!  But, I am happy to be back with you all, sharing some great music. 36 more words

Freddie Hubbard - Red Clay (1970)

An all-star 70s jazz line up for this original composition from trumpet legend and Coltrane sideman Freddie Hubbard. A classic groove and some fierce solos……. 17 more words

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