Friday Night Listening

Ron Carter - "Piccolo"

Ron Carter - "Patrao"

Oscar Peterson/John Fadis

Super Sax - "Dynamite!"

Sonny Rollins - "The Solo Album"

Jim Hall/Ron Carter - "Alone Together"

Keithe Jarrett - "The Kohln Cocert"

Richie Cole - "Annie's Theme"

Chick Corea/Gary Burton - "Crystal Silence"

Kenny Burrell

ECM Sampler

[url=]George Benson, Freddie Hubbard, et al - "California Concert"

If anyone has additional comments, please feel free to leave 'em!
cool, thanks for sharing. I can see we have comparable tastes as some of your list are among my fav's.

One I just picked up is Toshiko Akiyoshi/Lew Tabackin "Road Time" I like this band a lot and this double live LP is great (though my copy is in rough condition and will need to be replaced).


Roger Waters "Radio Kaos"

Larry Coryell - "the Essential Larry Coryell"

Kenny Wheeler - "Gnu High" with Jack DeJohnnette, Dave Holland, Keith Jarret
My Friday night went like this:

Bill Evans Trio-Disc 3 from the "Complete Village Vangard Set"

Arcade Fire-"Neon Bible"

Pearl Jam-"Jeremy" EP (for Yellow Ledbetter)

Steve Earle, Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark-"Together at the Bluebird Cafe"

After hearing Townes do Poncho and Lefty, I listed to two other versions of Poncho and Lefty from my CD collection

Poozies-"Raise Your Head" (Track 11 Poncho and Lefty)

Willie Nelson-"Revolutions In Time", Disc 2 (Poncho and Lefty)

Steely Dan-"Aja"

Steely Dan-"Pretzel Logic"

Steely Dan-"Can't Buy a Thrill"


I listen to Friday Blues on Saturday nite is just
as good. Starts @ 6:00P Central time. Steve
Started at the RI Philharmonic open rehersal of Brahms Concerto in D and Sibelius Symphony #5, followed by RI Songwriters in the Round 4th Anniversary Showcase with about a dozen different songwriters performing originals, then ended hearing a great local cover band.

You win! (so far)

sal valentino-every now and then.....roy wood-boulders....wings-wild life.....john martyn-one world
Huh, you guys are listing artists I've never even heard of. It's unbelievable how much music is out there.

That's one of the best things about audio related web forums. I've gotten lots of great music recommedations for A-goNrs.

BTW, Have you tried using Pandora? It's a kind of internet radio where you tell it the artist you want to hear. You create a "station" based on a particular artist. It then uses its giant databased called "The music geneome project" and matches other artist or songs that are similar. It's really cool for finding new music. Just set up a station using an artist that you want to hear and Pandora will play some songs from that artist and similar artist/songs.

It can get a bit repetitive if you listen to the same "station" all of the time. So, set up several stations (artist), then create a quick mix of several stations. That broadens the artist selection, so you don't get nearly as many repeats.

It's a killer music application and it's (currently) free. It plays the songs in their entirety (unlike samples at Amazon) and you can skips songs you don't like. Too Cool.....