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Herbie Hancock

Alas, the parade of passing rock stars continues. This time it’s Paul Kantner of Jefferson Airplane. Ironically, the Airplane – along with Herbie Hancock – are receiving a… 761 more words


Out There

Eric Dolphy’s Out There was one of the first albums I bought when I began collecting vinyl. It was in October of 2008 and my wife and I spent a Saturday evening in Chicago. 1,104 more words

Coffee Tunes

Seventeenth Week: December 27th, 2015 - January 2nd, 2016

This is the last week of this thing, at least for a while. Essentially, it boils down to me only moving forward and listening to new stuff once or twice, but not getting to dig in deeper. 811 more words

For Lewis Nash’s 57th Birthday, A DownBeat Feature From 2006, and WKCR interviews from 2005 and 2006

For the 57th birthday of the unparalleled drum master Lewis Nash, I’m posting the text of a DownBeat article that it was my honor to write about him in 2006, and a pair of WKCR interviews from that year and from 2005. 10,268 more words


DOTCOM Ron Carter

His unique sound and expressiveness turn listening into a great pleasure! Let’s see what we’ve got on Ron Carter‘s site!


Wayne Shorter: Speak No Evil (1964) Blue Note - MM33

Selection: Witch Hunt



Freddie Hubbard (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Elvin Jones (drums) recorded Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, December 24, 1964… 1,508 more words

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Miles Davis - Miles In Tokyo (1969/2005)

Miles Davis: trumpet
Sam Rivers: tenor sax
Herbie Hancock: piano
Ron Carter: bass
Tony Williams: drums

Introduction By Teruo Isono
If I Were A Bell… 17 more words

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