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Old 17th June 2004, 06:32 PM   #11
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Old 17th June 2004, 11:11 PM   #12
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Although your input is appreciated, you are about 20 years off the mark. I'm looking for late 30's and the 40's.
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Old 18th June 2004, 12:31 AM   #13
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Thanks to everyone who have made suggestions. It's hard to believe though that there are so few early jazz fans on this forum willing to provide input.
I share your curiousity, Bill. Given the size of the membership, this looks like a small response.

Although very influential, maybe interest in early jazz is dwindling. After all, we're 70 years past 1934. My jazz interests are strong, but at 38 yrs old, vintage jazz is 50's and 60's to me. That's only because my father played it constantly...

BTW, another unsolicited early 60's suggestion is "The Most Happy Piano" by Erroll Garner. IIRC, it's a 2 microphone stereo recording from Columbia. Recorded in one sitting, the trio had never played together before. Just walked in and made a great album. Now that's music to me.

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Old 19th June 2004, 07:17 PM   #14
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the trio had never played together before. Just walked in and made a great album. Now that's music to me.
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Any canadians around heard of Quincin Narchoff??? I saw him and was very impressed.
you shoulda heard this guy when he came out here the night i heard him... he'd been in melbourne for literally less than 24 hours (and didn't he let everyone know it... always complaining about how hard it is, and the jet lag...), but he met up with the musos he was playing with that night for the first time ever that night, and they played amazingly... so there's some more real music for you.

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Old 28th June 2004, 04:05 AM   #15
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Bill,

I just noticed there's a thread about this topic over at AA http://www.audioasylum.com/audio/mus...es/111579.html Someone posted a link to a very nice site about the early history of jazz which looks well worth reading. It's at http://www.redhotjazz.com/ Good luck with your search.
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Old 28th June 2004, 04:38 AM   #16
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This is from the tail end of the '40s, but one of my favorites:
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B00000AGE1
Recently out of print. I think Mosaicrecords.com had some left a while ago.
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Old 14th August 2004, 09:06 AM   #17
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Hi Bill, nice thread.

It seems everybody on here is more knowledgeable than I am, but I have a great recommendation for you-

Freddie Hubbard and the Oscar Peterson Quartet on a recording named "Face to Face."

It has an absolutely stunning version of Miles' "All Blues"
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Old 14th August 2004, 09:09 AM   #18
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Oh yeah, Bill,

as an aside, what made me think of that album is that it is one of my favourites from the '80s. (It was made in '82). If your're not averse to picking something up from that era, I highly recommend it.



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Old 29th September 2005, 08:34 PM   #19
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I don't know if your into anything current, but if you are check out Marilyn Scott. She's a smooth jazz artist and just came out with a new album called "Handpicked". It's a good retrospective of her career.
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Old 30th September 2005, 10:52 PM   #20
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Bill,
hint: Bix Beiderbecke and company. Late 20ies, early 30ies.

Fist shoot then ask. Musical crown jewels, all tunes from Bix.
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