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Benny Golson in Osaka(4)

December 01. 2016

I want to introduce a terrific interview with Benny Golson.

I think this interview is the best article for understanding Benny Golson. 114 more words

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Monday, November 14th

never enough 

Miles Davis (with Wayne Shorter, tenor saxophone; Herbie Hancock, piano; Ron Carter, bass; Tony Williams, drums), live, Italy (Milan), 1964*


Listening to Tony Williams never fails to leave me feeling lighter. 33 more words

Music Clip Of The Day

MILT JACKSON-SUNFLOWER AND GOODBYE.

MILT JACKSON-SUNFLOWER AND GOODBYE.

By 1967, Creed Taylor was a veteran of the music industry. He had worked numerous record labels, including Bethlehem, ABC and Verve. 3,246 more words

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80's Mania Mondays: That Creepy Video Though

If you are trying to guess what song that lyric is pulled from, just stop. Today’s song doesn’t have any lyrics. But what it does have is scratching, the DJ technique where the record is moved back and forth to create a “scratch” effect. 297 more words

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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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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

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