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    Hey, I might go to that, where have you booked your seats, Luke?

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    circle. few rows back, central section.

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    level g
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    to be precise

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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    must seriously bone up on blue note
    Here's my drummer centric, off the top of my head favourite post-bop albums, a lot of which are blue note. I'm not really into straight ahead hard bop or free jazz so not much use on the front, but I hope it's of some use.

    Wayne Shorter- Etcetera, JuJu, Soothsayer

    Miles- Sorcerer, Four and More, ESP

    Joe Henderson- Inner Urge, In N Out

    McCoy Tyner- Real McCoy

    Booker Ervin- Freedom Book, Space book, the trance

    Art Blakey- free for all (tracks 1 and 3)

    Sam rivers- fuchsia swing song

    Andrew hill- point of departure

    herbie hancock- empyrean isles, maiden voyage

    lee morgan- live at the lighthouse

    By the way you might like Joe henderson's el barrio if you like Ole

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    Big fan of Thembi - whole album feels like an ensemble all locked into each other


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    Quote Originally Posted by sadmanbarty View Post
    By the way you might like Joe henderson's el barrio if you like Ole
    that's really good, thanks, another in phrygian

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    not on the modal/spiritual tip, just pure coolness


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    I also just booked tickets for that Pharoah Sanders Barbican thing, so thanks for the tip off. We can do a miniature dissensus drinks beforehand if people want? And indeed afterwards.

    Just got back from seeing Val Wilmer talking about meeting and photographing Sun Ra, Albert Ayler and many others in the 60s. With our own Diggedy Derek on the decks also... top night.

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    another outlier, surprised this hasn't been mentioned yet, partially written as a ballet


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    Quote Originally Posted by john eden View Post
    Just got back from seeing Val Wilmer talking about meeting and photographing Sun Ra, Albert Ayler and many others in the 60s. With our own Diggedy Derek on the decks also... top night.
    lemme guess: cafe oto?

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    Quote Originally Posted by john eden View Post
    I also just booked tickets for that Pharoah Sanders Barbican thing, so thanks for the tip off. We can do a miniature dissensus drinks beforehand if people want? And indeed afterwards.

    Just got back from seeing Val Wilmer talking about meeting and photographing Sun Ra, Albert Ayler and many others in the 60s. With our own Diggedy Derek on the decks also... top night.
    good thinking. get your tickets you lot.
    the youtube embeds arent showing up for me any more. i wonder if that is becasue my computer has no memory left. the album i was listening to the other night that just left me utterly flabbergasted was
    Don Cherry & Latif Khan - Music_Sangam
    the rhythms on it are outrageous, actually impossible. highly recommend having a go on that one.

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    youtube links are working for me

    I forgot to mentionJackie Mclean in my other post, but his albums Right Now, Jackknife, Demon's dance are all good.

    McCoy Tyner's Extensions is a great bridge between post-bop and spiritual jazz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    good thinking. get your tickets you lot.
    the youtube embeds arent showing up for me any more. i wonder if that is becasue my computer has no memory left. the album i was listening to the other night that just left me utterly flabbergasted was
    Don Cherry & Latif Khan - Music_Sangam
    the rhythms on it are outrageous, actually impossible. highly recommend having a go on that one.
    I'm going. Jim's coming.

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