Tags jazz, general jazz
Genres jazz, bebop, piano, free jazz, jazz piano (beta)
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Artists Bud Powell, John Coltrane, Miles Davis (beta)
October 22, 2011
Twenty tracks including music by Miles Davis, Charles Mingus, and Herbie Hancock.
Such fabulous mopping weather music!!
Colors reminds me of Once Around the Block by Badly Drawn Boy. Is it just me?
No I think I hear it too and I've thought the same thing when I first heard Colors.
absolutely sensational, loved every single syncopated second of this, sir :D
Great to hear you dig my jazzzz. :) Will check out Point of View soon. Thanks for the recommendation.
tony williams is ace... he's on herbie hancock's point of view album too, along with donald byrd and hank mobley. this is excellent mister, loving your picks so far :)
noob? wouldn't have guessed
this is superb
Credit goes to you for inspiring me with your mix (the one with Nardis) to do this one. :) Jazz for me is a world I think I have only uncovered small portions of happily picking up the things I like along the way.
eye of the hurricane is insane!! woo hoo!
track 13, i gotta get that record
Great drumming, love that break.
speaking of drumming, that tony williams on the eye of the hurricane track, wow, gotta remember that name (sorry i'm so caught up in this track). and did he say on trumpet freddie hubbard??!! are you freakin kidding me?? what a great mix
It;s the VSOP quintet. Hancock, Freddie Hubbard, Wayne Shorter, Ron Carter & Tony Williams. A real all star jazz band I guess. I'm not sure because I'm still a jazz n00b. :) So glad you liked eye of the hurricane i was not sure it i'd put it here cause of it's length.
i'm a total jazz noob, tee hee :P but it's fun anyway... and yes, i didn't even notice the length. good choice to include
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