Satch's Late Night (The Jazz Thread)

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Satch's Late Night (The Jazz Thread)

Post by Flex » 19 Jun 2008, 1:21am

Some of y'all may remember this thread from the previous incarnation. Posting youtube clips of what you think sounds good on a late night. For me, I usually turn to jazz:
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Re: Satch's Late Night (The Jazz Thread)

Post by Suzanne H. » 19 Jun 2008, 1:29am

I tend to listen to Post-Punk or Oi! late at night....not that the two have anything in common. :rolleyes:
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Post by matedog » 19 Jun 2008, 1:35am

I haven't gotten beyond much drums-centered jazz. I find 1950's Miles Davis to be dull, but 1960's Miles (w/Tony Williams, Ron Carter, and Herbie Hancock) to be pretty awesome. Dig this tear up of the Kind of Blue classic "So What" played at about three times the speed of the original (how punk!)
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Re: Satch's Late Night (The Jazz Thread)

Post by eumaas » 19 Jun 2008, 2:04am

I sure do love jazz. I like hard bop, the new thing, and the downtown stuff the best.
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Post by CorwoodRep » 19 Jun 2008, 3:25am

My Jazz Collection (I own a couple albums by all these people)

-Cab Calloway
-Charlie Parker
-Dave Brubeck
-Dizzy Gillespie
-Fela Kuti
-Frank Sinatra
-John Coltrane
-Louis Armstrong
-Miles Davis
-Mulatu Astatke
-Vince Guaraldi Trio.

Somebody recommend me more jazz. I have basically no preference as long as it's yay and good.
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Re: Satch's Late Night (The Jazz Thread)

Post by Flex » 19 Jun 2008, 3:45am

DrugProwlingWolf wrote:Somebody recommend me more jazz. I have basically no preference as long as it's yay and good.
Hank Mobley's Soul Station might be the greatest jazz album ever made.
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Post by In A Rut » 19 Jun 2008, 9:37am

i've always been partial to Chet Baker. the song "Almost Blue" is amazing.

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Post by daredevil » 19 Jun 2008, 12:29pm

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Post by eumaas » 19 Jun 2008, 3:23pm

These are my basic jazz recommendations to everybody:
Hank Mobley - Soul Station
Lee Morgan - the Sidewinder
Horace Silver - Song for My Father (a very latin record)
Art Blakey - Moanin'
Jimmy Smith - The Sermon

If you want some avant/postbop/new thing recs, let me know, but the hard bop should keep you busy.
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Post by Mimi » 19 Jun 2008, 6:08pm

I prefer early jazz.

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Re: Satch's Late Night (The Jazz Thread)

Post by Kory » 19 Jun 2008, 8:33pm

Flex wrote:
DrugProwlingWolf wrote:Somebody recommend me more jazz. I have basically no preference as long as it's yay and good.
Hank Mobley's Soul Station might be the greatest jazz album ever made.
I'm sorry, that distinction belongs to Joe Henderson's Mode for Joe.
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Post by Kory » 19 Jun 2008, 8:35pm

eumaas wrote:These are my basic jazz recommendations to everybody:
Hank Mobley - Soul Station
Lee Morgan - the Sidewinder
Horace Silver - Song for My Father (a very latin record)
Art Blakey - Moanin'
Jimmy Smith - The Sermon

If you want some avant/postbop/new thing recs, let me know, but the hard bop should keep you busy.
Except for the Sidewinder, I'll say ok to these, but purely on a hard bop standpoint.
Inder:
Absolutely. Here's another collection of words:

Table salt (spoon hinge)
Octopus (Ukraine)
St. Petersburg (arms)
Ginger beer (cauliflower)
Pat Sajak (PSak)
Lamp post (self evident)
Florida Timeshare (ditto)
Heraclitus (EMI)
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Re: Satch's Late Night (The Jazz Thread)

Post by eumaas » 19 Jun 2008, 9:27pm

Kory Pox wrote:
eumaas wrote:These are my basic jazz recommendations to everybody:
Hank Mobley - Soul Station
Lee Morgan - the Sidewinder
Horace Silver - Song for My Father (a very latin record)
Art Blakey - Moanin'
Jimmy Smith - The Sermon

If you want some avant/postbop/new thing recs, let me know, but the hard bop should keep you busy.
Except for the Sidewinder, I'll say ok to these, but purely on a hard bop standpoint.
What's wrong with Sidewinder?
"The only thing that really occurs to me that I can say on this is to point out how fascinating it is that the Hassan-i-Sabbah archetype keeps turning up over and over again ... He disappears up into the mountains and is never seen again. Believe me, he'll never be seen again. He'll live forever because of that."

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Re: Satch's Late Night (The Jazz Thread)

Post by daredevil » 19 Jun 2008, 11:37pm

Nightclub Jitters - Replacements (Youtube didn't have the video)

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Post by nsc » 20 Jun 2008, 10:07am

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kool and the gang - summer madness.

trivia note - used as the intro to buffalo gals.

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