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Jazz album you're currently hooked on?

Ok, thought I'd try and get some discussion going in the jazz forum. So...wondering what two albums are you currently turning to on a regular basis? In other words, what albums can't you get enough of right now - the ones you are playing over and over again.

Let's keep it to two albums and it doesn't matter what era or genre of jazz. Also, feel free to share why you are hooked. For me, it's the following:

1. Jason Moran "Ten" - I love the way he deconstructs a tune and adds his own flavor. I'm not a huge fan of free jazz, but Moran adds just enough that it fits and then right in the middle of all the chaos, he has a way of bringing everything back together that is really gratifying. Although chaotic, he's able to keep a really beautiful piece of music swinging.

2. Bill Charlap Trio "Live at The Village Vanguard" - Yes, I do admit I'm on a bit of a piano trio kick right now. This album opens with a great rendition of Rocker - the piece really sets the mood for entire performance. Although the second track is a lovely ballad - it's probably my least favorite. It's well written and played and I enjoyed it the first couple of times I heard it, but the rest of the album is so uptempo that it almost doesn't fit.

Ok, that's it for me. Hoping others will post and maybe I'll find some new favs to add to my rotation.

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Hooked

Unfortunately I haven't gotten hooked on a single album, jazz or otherwise, in quite sometime. It's not that I don't find new and interesting things to listen to but rather I find so much great new music that I don't often find myself listening to anything over and over. That said it doesn't mean that that aren't any albums which I should give more of listen to but simply that I don't.

I do concur with your opinion on the Moran album. Moran is among a handful of younger jazz musicians that must be followed. He rarely makes a misstep. You might want to check out the duet album that Bill Charlap recorded with his wife Renee Rosnes called "Double Portrait".

Currently I'm listening to this compilation of live Tom Waits bootlegs - six CDs and 99 tracks. Not entires shows but just a collection of the best songs from many different shows spanning over twenty years. The sound quality varies from barely okay to first rate but all the performances are top notch, especially if one is a Tom Waits fan. I've always liked Waits and to this day he remains, along with Bjork, among the most adventurous of "rock" performers.

On the jazz front I just downloaded from trumpeter Dave Douglas web site a copy of his latest download only release: Orange Afternoons: Greenleaf Portable Series, Volume 2. It's very good and features several new Douglas compositions which, as always, are filled with lovely melodies and lots of tone colors, shading and textures. Well worth the $7 price (for flac).

By the way, have you figured out where my avatar comes from?

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Hooked on Jazz?

I don't have any that I listen to constantly, however, I have listened to the following several times recently:

Harry James & his big band- The King James Version on Sheffield Lab. It's the CD made from the 2-track reference tape recorded along with the direct to disc. 1 MIC, no additives! I really like this album especially the opening track Corner Pocket by Count Basie. Also, a sampler from Reference Recordings called Jazz Kaleidoscope.  Wide ranging Jazz styles. I like all the tracks, but favor the Swing ones! You're Driving me Crazy/ Moten Swing & I Hope Gabriel likes my music both by Dick Hyman Swing All Stars. I'm not familiar with Bill Charlap Trio "Live at The Village Vanguard", I may have to check it out! Thanks!

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Audiophile jazz

Hi Mr. Poor,

I couldn't but notice that you mentioned two what be commonly referred to as "audiophile" recordings. While I'm not a fan of audiophile recordings I'll refrain from passing judgment on the two you listed. Instead I'd like to point out that the fact that, unlike many popular recordings, many, many jazz recordings are very well produced and recorded and would easily pass as "audiophile" quality. In other words, don't just limit your listening to jazz recordings on audiophile labels and go ahead and explore jazz recordings on almost any label.

For example, the Bill Evans Trio recordings made at the Village Vanguard back in the early 1960s are often regarded as among the best sounding live recordings ever made (and the music not bad eitherwink) although the stereo soundstage is not up to present day standards. Many jazz recordings are recorded live in the studio with minimal use of overdubbing and post-recording processing, something which cannot be said of most popular recordings. In addition for the most part jazz recordings have not yet become a casualty of the loudness wars (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loudness_war).

Check out these threads from this forum:

http://forum.stereophile.com/content/jazz-cdslps-you-should-have-may-not-1

http://forum.stereophile.com/content/whats-jazz-pawnshop-1 

this thread you give you some idea of how I really feel about audiophile recordings.

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Well Mr. Jazzfan,

I really like the music & sound quality of each I listed. I will tell you that I also like Mapleshade recordings as well! Music & sound quality are important to me!

Can you tell me what you don't like about JATPS? I have read about it being an Audiophile fav & all, but I haven't listened to it. What variety of Jazz is it?

I have seen Bill Evans for sale & must get  some; thanks for the recommendation!smiley

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I've been listening alot to ,

I've been listening alot to , Melody Gardot , Worrisome Heart . Madeleine Peyroux , Standing on the Roof Top . Eva Cassidy , Simple Eva . Grace Jones , Night Clubin . Holy Cole , Volume 2 .

                                Regards  Tim

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tmsorosk wrote:

I've been listening alot to , Melody Gardot , Worrisome Heart . Madeleine Peyroux , Standing on the Roof Top . Eva Cassidy , Simple Eva . Grace Jones , Night Clubin . Holy Cole , Volume 2 .

                                Regards  Tim

I guess you enjoy vocalssmiley

Right now I listening to Coleman Hawkins - Body & Soul, a collection on RCA Bluebird taken from some classic recordings the Hawk made back in 1939. Quality, grade A, choice classic swing jazz. It doesn't get much better than this.

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Great thread!

 

Currently hooked on this album. I can't seem to leave it in the CD case for too long. :-)

 

Pat Metheny - What's It All About - 2011

 

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Thanks to everyone so far for

Thanks to everyone so far for putting in their .02 cents!!! I've got a nice list started of a bunch of new albums to checkout...so thank you!!!

Jazzfan - thanks for the 2 links! Some more good jazz to add to my list and an interesting discussion to boot! This past weekend was our annual Jazzfest - not a major draw for big acts, but some outstanding...and international jazz!! I'm guessing since you are a NY guy you've heard of Lew Tabackin?? He was the headliner on Saturday night and was outstanding! It was my first experience listening to him, but boy did I leave impressed!

And no, honestly - I don't recognize your avatar, but I really dig the design. Care to enlighten me?

Body & Soul by Hawkins is an excellent choice and any mention of Count Basie gets my attention :-)

 

And since one of the other threads that Jazzfan mentioned was talking live recordings, I must mention one live recording that I'm hooked on - Cannonball Adderley "Money in the Pocket - Live at the Chicago Club" It's one of those recordings that I forget about for 6 months or a year and then when I listen to it again, I'm hooked and it goes right back into my normal rotation.

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Cannonball Adderley

 

I have almost everything Cannonball Adderley has ever done. I love all his stuff. GREAT musician of the highest caliber.

BTW: Jazzfan is your complete hook-up on all things Jazz. He knows It!

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mrpink44 wrote:

Thanks to everyone so far for putting in their .02 cents!!! I've got a nice list started of a bunch of new albums to checkout...so thank you!!!

You're more than welcome! Glad to be of service.

mrpink44 wrote:

Jazzfan - thanks for the 2 links! Some more good jazz to add to my list and an interesting discussion to boot! This past weekend was our annual Jazzfest - not a major draw for big acts, but some outstanding...and international jazz!! I'm guessing since you are a NY guy you've heard of Lew Tabackin?? He was the headliner on Saturday night and was outstanding! It was my first experience listening to him, but boy did I leave impressed!

I know Lew Tabackin from the big band he colead with his wife Toshiko Akiyoshi in the 1970s. The band put out several albums and they are all worth seeking out. I also had the pleasure of seeing this very good west coast based big band at a free outdoor concert in San Francisco sometime back in the 1970s (my memory is only of the great music, the other details escape me).

mrpink44 wrote:

And no, honestly - I don't recognize your avatar, but I really dig the design. Care to enlighten me?

It's the cover of the great Dave Holland Quartet album "Conference of the Birds" from 1972, perhaps one of the greatest free jazz recordings ever made.

mrpink44 wrote:

And since one of the other threads that Jazzfan mentioned was talking live recordings, I must mention one live recording that I'm hooked on - Cannonball Adderley "Money in the Pocket - Live at the Chicago Club" It's one of those recordings that I forget about for 6 months or a year and then when I listen to it again, I'm hooked and it goes right back into my normal rotation.

Here are two great live albums which should fit in well with your taste in jazz:

Jaki Byard - The Jaki Byard Quartet Live! and The Last from Lennie's

Both of these CDs where recorded back in 1965 at Lennie's-on-the-Turnpike in Massachusetts and both are excellent examples of great jazz being played live in a small club. In addition you'll get a taste of the Mr. Byard's piano playing and once you hear him you will be hooked. Byard also played with Charles Mingus back in the early 1960s and is one of jazz's many unsung heroes.

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Ahhhh - yeah, that makes

Ahhhh - yeah, that makes sense - I've seen the Dave Holland album you are talking about, but I haven't actually heard it. Thanks for the recommendation of Jaki Byard! Yes, I'm definitely lacking in owning anything by him, but over the past 2 months I've been thinking of picking up some of his stuff....and I think you just gave me the kick I needed. Jason Moran talks about the immense influence Byard has on his work and since I've been hooked on Moran as of late, I've been meaning to checkout some of Byard's work. Thanks for the recommendations! After I get a chance to spin those discs a few times, I'll post back some thoughts/comments.

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Dexter Gordon - One Flight

Dexter Gordon - One Flight Up

Billie Holiday - Live at Carnegie Hall

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Weather Report - Heavy Weather  1977

 

 

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Wadada Leo Smith's Organic - Heart's Reflections (2011)

Wadada Leo Smith's Organic - Heart's Reflections (2011)

The album features Wadada Leo Smith: trumpet, electric trumpet; Casey Anderson: alto sax; Casey Butler: tenor sax; Stephanie Smith: violin; Angelica Sanchez: piano, electric piano; Michael Gregory: guitars; Brandon Ross: guitar; Lamar Smith: guitar; Josh Gerowitz: guitar; Skuli Sverisson: bass, 6-string bass; John Lindberg: basses; Pheeroan Ak Laff: drums; Mark Trayle: laptop; Charlie Burgin: laptop.

Track Listing: CD1: Don Cherry's Electric Sonic Garden; Heart's Reflections: Splendors of Light and Purification (for Shaykh Abu al-Hasan al-Shadhili): The Dhikr of Radiant Hearts, Part I; The Dihkr of Radiant Hearts, Part II; The Majestic Way; The Shaykh, as far as Humaythira; Spiritual Wayfarers; Certainty; Ritual Purity and Love, Part I; Ritual Purity and Love, Part II. CD2: Heart's Reflections: Splendors of Light and Purification (for Shaykh Abu al-Hasan al-Shadhili): Silsila; The Well: From Bitter to Fresh Sweet Water, Part I; From Bitter to Fresh Sweet Water, Part II; Toni Morrison: The Black Hole (Sagittarius A*), Conscience and Epic Memory (for Toni Morrison); Leroy Jenkins's Air Steps (for Leroy Jenkins).

All killer with no filler!

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Melody Gardot

By far the most listened to disc in our household is Melody Gardot's Worrisome Heart . She has that sultry , warm , smooth sound that I just can't get enough of .The owner of my local high end shop was over last night , he had not heard of Melody but though she was great , he was also impressed with the sound of my setup and thought it was without fault , said he could listen all day , he would not change anything , now I was impressed . Second up would be a little harder to say , likely Madeleine Peyroux's Dreamland .

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this one

i'll be giving it a little write up in the February R2D4 -- easily my favorite new acquired album this year

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Miles

Reviewed last month- Miles Davis, Live in Europe 1967. Get the full 3 cd and dvd set!

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Reviewed last month- Miles Davis, Live in Europe 1967. Get the full 3 cd and dvd set!

COOL!  I will be getting this one. Thanks for the heads up! cool

Miles' Bitches Brew is one Cd I just cannot get enough of.

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Trombone Shorty - For True

Okay it's not strictly jazz but it is a lot of fun and is very, very funky! Highly recommended!

Trombone Shorty - For True (2011)

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Another winner

Okay here's one from way out in left field, in fact so far out that it can't be anything but a home run.

Barney Wilen & Mal Waldron Trio - Movie Themes From France
TIMELESS CDSJP 335

Barney Wilen, tenor & soprano saxophone
Mal Waldron, piano
Stafford James, bass
Eddie Moore, drums

1. Un Homme Et Une Femme 06:20
2. Julien Dans L'Ascenseur - Florence Sue Les Champs-Elysées  07:28
3. Les Parapluies De Cherbourg 09:53
4. No Problem 08:42
5. Manha De Carnaval 10:29
6. Générique 06:53
7. Les Feuilles Mortes 07:41
8. Quiet Temple 09:36

Recorded on 2nd October, 1989 at Studio 44, Monster, Holland.

Barney Wilen is a French tenor saxophonist who's biggest claim to fame is having played with Miles Davis. On this recording he backed by the Mal Waldron trio and Waldron's piano is the real star of this date. Waldron's ability to take the most unlikeliest of material and somehow turn them into jazz gems is uncanny. I only stumbled upon this recording because I give anything that has Waldron on it a shot and every so often I come across a real winner. This is one of those times.

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Awesome!

Jazzfan - thanks for the Barney Wilen/Mal Waldron recommendation. Sounds interesting so I'm going to take a peek around and see if I can find it.

Also, love the Trombone Shorty recommendation!! I know some won't consider it jazz, but my definition is pretty broad so I would. Love that the trombone is seeing a sort of revival - albeit a small one, but artists like Trombone Shorty, Big Sam Williams, and Corey Henry are all bringing it back to the forefront.

Happy listening!

MWK

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Favs...

I wanted to share a few that I'm currently hooked on and recently reviewed here: http://www.jazzjunkie.net/

Probably the most personally "insightful" was SuperBass 2 because writing it opened my eyes to a deeper importance - it's an excellent example of Ray Brown enjoying life as a jazz musician (around 18 months after the recording, he would pass away). The album took on a whole new meaning to me after sitting down to write a review of it.

Ok, here are a few:

And although some will argue it's not jazz, it's still an album that exudes fun:

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Mal Waldron

@mrpink44:

If you have trouble locating a copy of the Barney Wilen & Mal Waldron Trio - Movie Themes From France CD and are unfamiliar with the work of Mal Waldron (which is the real reason I recommended this CD) and by all means let me know (via a post on this thread) and I'll make a list of some "must have" Mal Waldron recordings. I really think that you will like Waldron's playing, if you don't already.

I did a little research in Neil Cowley and found that he is the piano player for this Grammy darling, Adele.

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Thanks jazzfan!!! I found a

Thanks jazzfan!!! I found a copy and should have it by the end of the week!! Let me spin it a few times and if I digi it, I'll probably hit you up for some other recommendations.

If you checkout the Neil Cowley Trio, let me know what you think. I'm looking forward to their new ablum next year (Jan. 22).

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Wes Montgomery - Smokin' At The Half Note - 1965

 Pat Metheny calls this Wes album, "The Best Jazz album ever recorded" and the album that taught him how to play guitar. Now thats some major kudo's!

 

 

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Omer Avital - Free Forever

Happy 2012 to all the jazz fans out there!!! Hopefully we can keep this thread alive and active throughout the New Year! Scrolling back through this thread I realize that I "discovered" a number of new artists or CDs - thanks to the help of numerous forum members.

I've been grooving on this recording for the past month or so. Cohen on trumpet and Joel Frahm on sax are outstanding...and the compositions by Avital are original, interesting, and full of rising and falling drama.

If you're interested, I wrote up a review of it here: http://www.jazzjunkie.net

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Singer/pianist Kate Reid knocks it out of the park with her second outing.  Shades of Shirley Horn and Diana Krall, along with a steller band.  Highly recommended.

 

RG

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Just released: Pat Metheny - Unity Band - 2012

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Steve Khan and Rob Mounsey - Local Color -  1987

 

Steve Khan is a world reknowned session guitarist. The majority of his work was done with Donald Fagen and Walter Becker's Steely Dan projects.

 

 

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I'm hooked on an oldie! Mingus Ah Um - Charles Mingus

And a new one The Face of Mount Molehill - Neil Cowley Trio

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Wayne Shorter Quartet -  Without A Net (Blue Note 2013) Absolutely amazing! They could very well be the best working jazz band around.

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Another vote for Wayne Shorter 'Without a Net', Joe Lovano and Us 5, and Pat Metheny 'Unity' 'Kin'.

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Ellington & Hodges - Back to Back

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"Last Dance" by Jarrett and Haden!

if you are a jazz fan you *must* get it. i also love Gregory Porter's last. and Nathan East's "East".

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barefoot on the beach

I listen 24/7, no really it's what I do for a living. So I'm not sure I ever really get hooked on a recording, like I see others do, where they are at work thinking about getting home to throw the recording on, but I do remember that feeling from way back and how nothing else is on the brain but that piece of music. Well than, now that I think about it, maybe I never quit getting out of that feeling. It's really cool when going from the casual listening of wow to the study of every note as even the slightest cues become a reference in the brain. That something that we carry with us to each listen.

Because I'm always referencing recordings, I think I view them in two ways. One is for the cues so I can hear how systems are responding, and the second way is like what happened today when I put on Michael Franks "barefoot on the beach". The emotion that came off of this group of songs, reminded me of how special Michael is as a jazz artist. He borders right on that pop jazz line, and this recording I saw the jazz flavor coming through in a 360 type of feel and movement. Beautiful instrument placement and perfect tone. Everything fit into this layered picture of smooth jazz.

"a dolphin joins me for a swim"

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Joshua Redman- Trios Live!

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