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Discussion in 'Bassists [BG]' started by cnltb, Jul 12, 2014.
What can I say....
...just read that.
Beyond the Missouri sky is one of my favourites. RIP, genius.
One of the all-time greats, IMHO.
One of my all time favorite upright players.
Monster Tone RIP.
I was listening to last dance today, a recording I really enjoy a lot, alongside Jasmine...when I came home I read the news...
...and things like liberation music orchestra or not in our name are as relevant now as they were at the time of their recording.
Where are the musicians willing to comment on current affairs as Haden did and very few others alongside him,whilst making most valid statements, musically.
Man, that truly sucks! I've been a fan of his music for many years. Really enjoyed his Quartet West recordings and LOVED the aforementioned "Beyond the Missouri Sky".
May he rest in peace.
One of the very best. On to greater things....
One of the innovators that brought the bass "out front".
Check this out, You will feel better......
I think I'm going to jam to this later.
I just saw this tribute by Ed Friedland who said:
Published on Jul 12, 2014
Well, Charlie Haden passed away yesterday... and all the tributes, and all the discussion online got me thinking about his music. I've never tried to play like him, but he was a big influence - one that I feel even more closely when I play gut strings.
Just ran across this and wanted to add it where those who appreciated CH would possibly find a couple of rare gems that he contributed to:
[Back in my LP days, I cherished a copy of this album.]
One of my all time favorites on the Upright. RIP