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    all jokes aside I love jamiroquai

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    Sun Ra & Arkestra's "Face the Music" (one of the rarest versions of this track) from a SNL performance, re-jigged for audio quality but the name is wrong,
    nevermind, this shit swings like nuffink else



    longer version & inserts:


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    that cedar walton is great. new to me.

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    my old man had a couple of Cedar Walton lp's (have to go crate digging in storage to find what), but it def wasnt this.

    cheers ears, dinner prep soundtrack has now gone distinctly jazz club.

    noice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cwmbran-city View Post
    my old man had a couple of Cedar Walton lp's (have to go crate digging in storage to find what), but it def wasnt this.
    I bet this was one of them. It's with george coleman; the cannonball aderley of the tenor.



    A lot of the time cedar walton reminds me of McCoy Tyner's early-60's playing before he developed that really muscular sound (maybe out of necessity from playing with Elvin Jones so much). he also plays with billy higgins alot, who it think's underrated.

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    LETS ALL GO ART ENSEMBLE OF CHICAGO ME AND CRANER ARE 100% GOING
    http://thejazzcafelondon.com/event/art-ensemble-chicago

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    it was 50 to see them at oto and only 25 here so your basically getting them half price

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    All the lads are going. Obviously we'll have to get permission to let Barty out with the pensioners.

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    barty cant wait hes so excited.

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    ive told his mum he'll be back late but shes fine with it. she likes me cos we're the same age. talk about jungle music and stuff. shes got a vintage kool fm bomber jacket. you should have seen her face when i complimented her on it. lovely lady.

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    got my ticket. great, something to look forward to in life.

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    Just lurking on ILM and reading a thread about the greatest books by musos and searched for miles davis's autiobiography

    Thought some ppl on here might be interested to know the whole thing is online here

    http://yanko.lib.ru/books/bio/miles.htm

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    Its brilliant. Most uses ever of the word 'motherfucker' in a book.

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