April-5th-2003, 11:55 PM
I don't think Herbie Nichols sounds anything like Monk.
I don't think Wayne Shorter (BN) sounds anything like Trane.
I don't think Alexander von Schlippenbach sounds anything like Cecil. . .
. . .but I was digging tonight what is becoming in my mind one of the best singular dates ever recorded in Parker/Prevost's "Most Materiall." Just to start a thread about music. . .play these conterminously:
Parker/Prevost--10:17--"Knowledge Is Power," track two off of the first disc of "Most Materiall."
John Coltrane--8:49--"Spiritual," track four off of disc two of "Africa Blue/Impressions" (yes, the one with McCoy as Rev. Tyner soloist).
Last edited by Michael Schaumann; April-6th-2003 at 12:02 AM.
April-6th-2003, 01:14 PM
swing high swing higher
disc 2 is the *only* real next step beyond Interstellar Space
and disc 2 is a pure jazz recording (for those who might doubt it)
April-6th-2003, 01:37 PM
interesting. why dont one of you fellows make some real audio files or something so we can all hear for ourselves? it would liven up the conversation, I'm sure.
April-6th-2003, 05:21 PM
Salvador I wish I knew how. . .I was just listening to said Parker album and said in epiphanic glee "I know that sound" and referred to the aforementioned Trane phrase. If anyone knows how let me know!