All that Jazz

injinji

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I'm not very knowledgeable, but listen to jazz way more than any other form of music, due to my local npr station switching from blues to jazz, and my deep contempt for commercial radio. Folks with more experience than me are welcome to join in.

 

injinji

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Bass – Sam Jones
Cornet – Nat Adderley
Drums – Louis Hayes
Piano – Bobby Timmons
Saxophone – Cannonball Adderley

Producer – Orrin Keepnews

Recorded At – The Jazz Workshop, San Francisco

A1 This Here 0:00
A2 Spontaneous Combustion 12:27
B1 Hi-Fly 24:21
B2 You Got It! 35:29
B3 Bohemia After Dark 40:36

 

MoroccanRoll

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I'm not very knowledgeable, but listen to jazz way more than any other form of music, due to my local npr station switching from blues to jazz, and my deep contempt for commercial radio. Folks with more experience than me are welcome to join in.

My dad listened to jazz. After he died my mom worked two, sometimes three jobs. I asked her for a radio alarm clock so I wouldn't have to wake her in the morning when i went to school. I fell asleep to "jazz in the night" on the local public radio affiliate every night. The Kings of Bebop played the soundtrack to my dreams. Today I listen to a little of everything.
 

ColoradoHighGrower

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Check out KUVO jazz, local station out of Denver. Lots of cool shows, anything from smooth yanni shit to tripped out fusion, and the Latin Soul Party at 8pm on fridays is hilarious, like cheech and chong style and lots of Santana... they stream at kuvo.org
 

injinji

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Check out KUVO jazz, local station out of Denver. Lots of cool shows, anything from smooth yanni shit to tripped out fusion, and the Latin Soul Party at 8pm on fridays is hilarious, like cheech and chong style and lots of Santana... they stream at kuvo.org
Thanks. I'll get to hear the local weather for my niece and her family who live in one of the Denver el rancho 'burbs.

 
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injinji

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My local NPR station main broadcast channel is news in the morning drive time, then oldies until afternoon drive time. Jazz at night.


They also have a jazz until tomorrow channel.


And the student ran station. More rock and roll on this one.

 

WintersBones

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I love bebop and experimental and free jazz, but appreciate all sorts of jazz from dixie to swing to everything else.
Coltrane and Miles Davis of course being some of the best to have ever lived. Coltrane was my musical hero growing up.

Other classic favorites of mine include Sonnie Rollins, Herbie Hancock Charles Mingus, Stan Getz, Thelonious Monk, Jaco Pastorius, Art Davis.

More morden favorites of mine are Victor Wooten, Esperanza Spalding, Elise Trouw, Snarky Puppy.
(I'm big into bass and saxophone players, have you noticed lol)
 

waterproof808

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I've been digging some more contemporary stuff....yussef dayes, rocco palladino, mansur brown, kamaal williams, alfa mist, etc.
There is a "state of jazz" playlist put out by spotify that is a great way to discover new modern jazz artists.

 
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