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BTW, I have that Blakey album along with 50 something other Blakey discs. Also one of my favorites. 
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Orpheus10 I understand what you mean about the drastic change in Miles' music and dress code. I have read a couple of his biographies and know a little about him.And your perspective is different because you were listening to him as he changed in ... 
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Orpheus10 thanks again for sharing your memories of the "good ole days" when jazz was still king.I know your having serious health issues but when you feel up to it know that I will be watching for your posts on your favorite jazz music and the mu... 
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Orpheus10 thanks for that.I like Miles’ "first electric years" 68 -75. I have all of his output from those years including bootleg stuff.I was fortunate enough to see Wayne Shorter, just once, at Town Hall NYC I believe it was in 2014. It was a Sh... 
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 Orpheus10If the answer to my question is yes, do you have an example of a Miles Davis show you attended? 
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Orpheus10 I am really liking the stories of your experiences in the jazz clubs back when jazz was still very relevant and popular in American culture. Your trips down memory lane are like gold to me. Keep them coming. Do you take requests? 
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Orpheus10 I enjoyed the John Wright Trio album. I listened to every song. I had never heard of him thanks for that.I am, of course, familiar with Ahmad Jamal and I too have his "At the Pershing / But Not For Me" disc. Mine is one of the latest re-... 
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Orpheus10 Here are some tunes representing some of the best musicians from the "School Of Hard Bop"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RkctkkEsyt4https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k3noQ6dfw3Ehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBetQg4MkoYhttps://www.youtube... 
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Hello Orpheus10 Great to see a post from you. Feel free to stop in more often after all you started this thread and I think its safe to say you are missed by all of us here when you don't come around for long periods.https://www.youtube.com/watch?... 
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More live Monk:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTijrDIU-m4I love how Monk leaves his piano and starts dancing (if you could call it that) around in a Fred Sanford like gate And the way he plays the piano - not hunched over in a "trance like" state... 
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alex thanks for your candid review on the Cohen concert.frogman thanks for the Evans recommendations. I found all those albums on Amazon at reasonable prices.mary jo - alex - frogman I know exactly what you mean by "comfort zone" I too feel the sa... 
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frogman thanks for the links to the Hawes album which I have already ordered. BTW La Faro is a superb bass player. Its a shame he was killed like Clifford Brown, both in their primes, in an automobile accident.Speaking of Monk and Evans - "Everybo... 
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alex I liked that song "Dulcinea Blue" of Evans’ Quintessence album so much that I listened to a few more songs off it on You Tube then ordered the album. The 3 men playing along with Evans on it, Harold Land, Kenny Burrell, and Ray Brown are gian... 
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alex I have all those albums except the last one by Bill Evans. I'm one of the rarities in that I prefer Monk (40 plus discs) over Evans (12 discs). 
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Thank you acman3! I have that album and play it often.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nt_fmhtePochttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NIANyO3jdA8https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GslhRUBgXNI Harold knew when to blow hard and when to blow soft. His timing...