Jazz Albums - What are you listening to?

Butch1970

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Based on a recent Jeff Ballard recommendation from @dustjacket a couple of weeks ago that was pretty great, I thought it might be fun for people to share an album that they are currently spinning.

So far for me this morning:
- Brian Blade Fellowship
- John Abercrombie “Timeless”

So, whatcha listening to???
 

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Todds gone thru all of these On his excellent superb website "Cruise Ship Drummer' is the title I believe


yep
 

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A lot of Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers...
Supersax (Salt Peanuts, Chasin' the Bird, Bird)...
Ari Hoenig
Tony Williams
Jeff Hamilton
 

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Glad to hear that you're checking out Terry Pollard, she was a fantastic pianist/vibist and all of the Detroit musicians of her generation seemed to have regarded her with such respect. Here's a webpage that the jazz writer/discographer Noal Cohen (he's got a great website with lots of good information) wrote about Terry Pollard:

 

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Glad to hear that you're checking out Terry Pollard, she was a fantastic pianist/vibist and all of the Detroit musicians of her generation seemed to have regarded her with such respect. Here's a webpage that the jazz writer/discographer Noal Cohen (he's got a great website with lots of good information) wrote about Terry Pollard:

Thank you for sharing @Keith Balla and yes, a hidden gem really. Lived and played in the Detroit area for a while and never heard mention of the name, just discovered recently. Do you play much in the NYC area, study at a school?
 


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