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Them's some hard blues being written lately. RIP.
Milford Graves: the pioneering drummer whose naturalistic rhythms freed up jazz
Yikes 23 Grammy awards.
Worth a look at the Guardian's obits:
Chick Corea, Grammy-winning jazz musician, dies at 79
Chick Corea: a fearless...
Gorn maybe try the Bartok, Schoenberg, Elliot Carter, Roger Sessions string quartets. Or Stravinsky, on a loop:
If them's too hardcore,...
Well, the very first notes of the 3rd and 4th measures of Pagodes (from Estampes) recall the beginning of Re: Person.
And sister to "stealing" is...
Ach! So many . . .
Another great TB thread.
Starjag try this little morsel - more of a thump than a groove, but a song so far up the DNA of Algerians (Moroccans, too) they can sing it at...
Huw I posted the same Guardian link on the DB side, inadvertently.
This is sad news but still, 97 . . . RIP.
Yikes 30 albums together! RIP.
Eugene Wright, bassist with classic Dave Brubeck Quartet, dies aged 97
Figures he could mambo.
The Times weighs in (possible paywall):
Stanley Cowell, Jazz Pianist With a Wide Range, Dies at 79
Honk if you've got the vinyl!
Normally don't post entire albums, but . . . RIP.
This is Mathewson, Tony Oaxley, Gordon Beck, Kenny Wheeler, Stan Stanzmann.
I had a go at downloading Maimoun (Arabic "fortunate, blessed"), the first track from Illusion Suite - (it's not on YouTube):
Bobby look for Illusion Suite (ECM, 1973) with Stanley Clarke & Jimmy Hopps - my favorite. It gets posted on YT every so often, and then taken...