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Miles DavisSiesta ... LP
Warner, 1987. Very Good- ... $7.99
One of Miles' last great albums – a soundtrack composed in conjunction with Marcus Miller, and recorded with a mix of atmospheric electronics and trumpet solos, coming off in a way that sounds far better than most of his other attempts at this style from the time. Miller plays all the other instruments in the set, apart from some occasional guest work by players that include John Scofield, Earl Klugh, Omar Hakim, and Jason Miles. Titles include "Conchita", "Lament", "Los Feliz", "Lost In Madrid", "Siesta", "Kitt's Kiss", and "Wind". LP, Vinyl record album
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✨✧ Gato BarbieriShadow Of The Cat ... CD
Peak, 2002. Used ... Out Of Stock
A nice return to form for Gato Barbieri – still somewhat smooth, as in his later years – but with some great Latin backings on a number of the tracks! Barbieri's tenor still has those sharp edges we love, and even when things get a bit more soul-based on some of the cuts here, the feel is still like some of Gato's late 70s sides – maybe not as adventurous as the early years, but still played with a nice degree of feeling, at times when most other players might just lay back and not really give things their all. Other players include Russ Freeman on electric guitar, Rombero Lubambo on acoustic guitar, Herb Albert on trumpet, and Jason Miles on keyboards – and titles include "El Chico", "Tierra Del Fuego", "Ai Ai Ai Ai", "Para Todos", "Bliss", "Last Tango", "Si Tu Me Quiseras", and "Shadow Of The Cat". CD
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Jason MoranArtist In Residence ... CD
Blue Note, 2006. Used ... $2.99
Another wonderful conceptual effort from pianist Jason Moran – perhaps the most exciting young musician recording for new millenium Blue Note! Artist In Residence features compositions that Moran and collaborators have done for exhibitions at New York's Dia:Beacon museum, Minneapolis's Walker Arts Center, Jazz At Lincoln Center's Rose Hall in NY – each exhibit very different, but the composed pieces flow very naturally on the album, and make for sort of a meditation on the artistic process in a fairly broad sense. That's a fussy, clinical sounding approach – but Moran's a very passionate player, with a highly rhythmic, and often very melodic sound – accompanied by his excellent core group of Marvin Sewell on guitar, Tarus Mateen on bass and Nasheet Waits on drums – with guest voice, percussion, and trumpet. We're dying for Moran to give us another killer, straight up, (seemingly) concept-free modern jazz classic a la 2001's Black Stars LP (the record that reminded us how great Sam Rivers remains), but everything he touches is well worth a listen! Titles include Moran's compositions "Break Down", "Refraction"(1 and 2), "Artists Ought To Be Writing", "Arizona Landscape", "RAIN" and "He Puts His Coat On His Sleeve", plus "Milestone" (by Alicia Hall Moran)", "Cradle Song", and "Lift Every Voice". CD

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✨✧ Mike Reed's People Places & ThingsClean On The Corner ... CD
482 Music, 2012. Used ... Out Of Stock
A great one from Mike Reed and his People Places & Things group – a clear, crisp statement of Chicago modernism at its best – not just modes from Reed's own generation, but from the 50s and 60s as well! Reed's an amazing player on his own – but we especially love the way that he's gone back into Windy City tradition, and found a way to re-introduce a special blend of Chicago jazz – that crucial pre-AACM, post-bop style that would often swing, but have really freewheeling solos too – a mode that really went onto influence American jazz in general once Chicagoans moved onto the New York scene in the 60s. The horns here are key to the approach – really deft work on alto from Greg Ward and tenor from Tim Haldeman – plus some great guest cornet from Josh Berman. Most tracks are piano-less, which allows for even freer reed work – but Craig Taborn guests on piano on two numbers – and the great bass of Jason Roebke holds the set together solidly throughout. Titles include versions of Roscoe Mitchell's "Old" and John Jenkins' "Sharon" – plus the tracks "Warming Down", "The Ephemeral Words Of Ruth", "House Of Three Smiles", and "The Lady Has A Bomb". CD
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