Satch's Late Night (The Jazz Thread)

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

Post by eumaas » 02 Oct 2015, 9:41pm

muppet hi fi wrote:mind blowingly wild and loud, with the double quartet featuring Rashid Ali on 2nd drums and Pharoah Saunders on 2nd tenor. insanely exciting stuff.
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I still have fond memories of receiving that as a Christmas gift from my parents, listening to it Christmas morning on headphones as the snow fell.
"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 muppet hi fi » 02 Oct 2015, 9:58pm

eumaas wrote:
muppet hi fi wrote:mind blowingly wild and loud, with the double quartet featuring Rashid Ali on 2nd drums and Pharoah Saunders on 2nd tenor. insanely exciting stuff.
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I still have fond memories of receiving that as a Christmas gift from my parents, listening to it Christmas morning on headphones as the snow fell.
nice image. (i have a similar memory of listening to my import copy of Sandinista! for the first time while stoned and decorating the Christmas tree and thinking 'this record sounds like a Christmas tree!' yeah, i was baked).

never listened to Meditations on cans, but i love how Elvin is on one channel, Ali on the other, and same with Saunders and Trane.

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

Post by Kory » 03 Oct 2015, 10:08pm

Glad to see this thread regenerated (not least because Gene still hasn't answered the Mingus question from last page. My anwer: eh).

Been listening to this lately, thinking about putting together a group to see how slowly we can play it before people leave the venue.

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

Post by eumaas » 03 Oct 2015, 10:13pm

CorwoodRep wrote:Hey Gene, based on your limited knowledge of the shit I like:

Mingus. Should I be listening to Mingus? People are telling me good things about Mingus.

Mingus.
Yes, Mingus is great. I like the live albums with Dolphy.

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

Post by Flex » 04 Oct 2015, 12:59am

Finally, I can stop wondering about the answer to that question.

Addendum: Also, like the Green (new to me!) and that Coltrane album is claaaaaaassic.
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Re: Satch's Late Night (The Jazz Thread)

Post by Kory » 05 Oct 2015, 11:37pm

Flex wrote:Finally, I can stop wondering about the answer to that question.

Addendum: Also, like the Green (new to me!) and that Coltrane album is claaaaaaassic.
Grant Green also has two more uptempo albums, Matador and Solid, which are both great. Highly recommended.

I'm currently listening to Freddie Hubbard's Here to Stay. Not his absolute best, but a very pleasant listen.
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Re: Satch's Late Night (The Jazz Thread)

Post by Kory » 05 Oct 2015, 11:38pm

eumaas wrote:
CorwoodRep wrote:Hey Gene, based on your limited knowledge of the shit I like:

Mingus. Should I be listening to Mingus? People are telling me good things about Mingus.

Mingus.
Yes, Mingus is great. I like the live albums with Dolphy.

ARE YOU HAPPY, KORY?!
Well, I think you should be asking Kaleb (that's Kaleb, isn't it?) that. But yes. I'm pleased.
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Absolutely. Here's another collection of words:

Table salt (spoon hinge)
Octopus (Ukraine)
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Re: Satch's Late Night (The Jazz Thread)

Post by Kory » 06 Oct 2015, 12:15am

Now I've switched to A Love Supreme, since it's been ages since I last listened. Some things are classics for a reason, and it's not just because of popular opinion. Dang. Elvin Jones is incredible.
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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)
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Re: Satch's Late Night (The Jazz Thread)

Post by muppet hi fi » 06 Oct 2015, 12:24am

Kory wrote:Now I've switched to A Love Supreme, since it's been ages since I last listened. Some things are classics for a reason, and it's not just because of popular opinion. Dang. Elvin Jones is incredible.
Elvin "The Volcano" Jones. what a monster.
if you haven't heard it, check out the deluxe version of A Love Supreme for the 2nd disc, which has the only live playing of the full album (plus a couple alt takes from the album proper). the gig was played in Neuport, Belgium - right on the Atlantic. i was there in '08 ( the hotel was literally a stones throw from the sea). you hear the announcer (Radio Luxembourg maybe?) announcing the band in French, and the whole suite just insinuates and burns, more so than the album. extremely vital Coltrane.

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

Post by Kory » 06 Oct 2015, 12:39am

muppet hi fi wrote:
Kory wrote:Now I've switched to A Love Supreme, since it's been ages since I last listened. Some things are classics for a reason, and it's not just because of popular opinion. Dang. Elvin Jones is incredible.
Elvin "The Volcano" Jones. what a monster.
if you haven't heard it, check out the deluxe version of A Love Supreme for the 2nd disc, which has the only live playing of the full album (plus a couple alt takes from the album proper). the gig was played in Neuport, Belgium - right on the Atlantic. i was there in '08 ( the hotel was literally a stones throw from the sea). you hear the announcer (Radio Luxembourg maybe?) announcing the band in French, and the whole suite just insinuates and burns, more so than the album. extremely vital Coltrane.
That's the one I was listening to (well, disc one)! Great set. I think I'll throw on the live set after dinner.
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 muppet hi fi » 06 Oct 2015, 12:48am

Kory wrote:
muppet hi fi wrote:
Kory wrote:Now I've switched to A Love Supreme, since it's been ages since I last listened. Some things are classics for a reason, and it's not just because of popular opinion. Dang. Elvin Jones is incredible.
Elvin "The Volcano" Jones. what a monster.
if you haven't heard it, check out the deluxe version of A Love Supreme for the 2nd disc, which has the only live playing of the full album (plus a couple alt takes from the album proper). the gig was played in Neuport, Belgium - right on the Atlantic. i was there in '08 ( the hotel was literally a stones throw from the sea). you hear the announcer (Radio Luxembourg maybe?) announcing the band in French, and the whole suite just insinuates and burns, more so than the album. extremely vital Coltrane.
That's the one I was listening to (well, disc one)! Great set. I think I'll throw on the live set after dinner.
nice.
and another thing from my Euro trip in '08 - one late night/early morning (fuck knows what time it was) in Monschau, Germany on the Belgian border - on the little clock-radio in our hotel room, i heard the entire A Love Supreme re-mixed with monks doing Gregorian Chant. it should have helped see me off to bed, but had the opposite effect. that in fact was Radio Luxembourg. motherfuckers can still do that shit on the radio? it was absolutely riveting.

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

Post by Kory » 06 Oct 2015, 1:15am

muppet hi fi wrote:
Kory wrote:
muppet hi fi wrote:
Kory wrote:Now I've switched to A Love Supreme, since it's been ages since I last listened. Some things are classics for a reason, and it's not just because of popular opinion. Dang. Elvin Jones is incredible.
Elvin "The Volcano" Jones. what a monster.
if you haven't heard it, check out the deluxe version of A Love Supreme for the 2nd disc, which has the only live playing of the full album (plus a couple alt takes from the album proper). the gig was played in Neuport, Belgium - right on the Atlantic. i was there in '08 ( the hotel was literally a stones throw from the sea). you hear the announcer (Radio Luxembourg maybe?) announcing the band in French, and the whole suite just insinuates and burns, more so than the album. extremely vital Coltrane.
That's the one I was listening to (well, disc one)! Great set. I think I'll throw on the live set after dinner.
nice.
and another thing from my Euro trip in '08 - one late night/early morning (fuck knows what time it was) in Monschau, Germany on the Belgian border - on the little clock-radio in our hotel room, i heard the entire A Love Supreme re-mixed with monks doing Gregorian Chant. it should have helped see me off to bed, but had the opposite effect. that in fact was Radio Luxembourg. motherfuckers can still do that shit on the radio? it was absolutely riveting.
Whoa, that sounds awesome. A quick Google search didn't pull anything up, but I'm definitely going to keep searching for that.
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Pat Sajak (PSak)
Lamp post (self evident)
Florida Timeshare (ditto)
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Re: Satch's Late Night (The Jazz Thread)

Post by Dirty Harry » 20 Feb 2016, 3:17pm

Recent purchases

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These 2 Albums are amazing, Fully recommened for any jazz lovers out there.

And this from Coltrane

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Somebody was trying to tell me that CDs are better than vinyl because they don't have any surface noise. I said, "Listen, mate, "life" has surface noise."


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

Post by Kory » 21 Feb 2016, 4:28am

Dirty Harry wrote:Recent purchases

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These 2 Albums are amazing, Fully recommened for any jazz lovers out there.

And this from Coltrane

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Sanders has a great album called "Summun, Bukmun, Umyun" which is notable because it stays in that laid back, spiritual style without ever going into some of the more aggressive free stuff. Very nice for evening listening.
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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)
Developers (Developers Developers)
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Re: Satch's Late Night (The Jazz Thread)

Post by eumaas » 21 Feb 2016, 11:50pm

Dirty Harry wrote:Recent purchases

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These 2 Albums are amazing, Fully recommened for any jazz lovers out there.

And this from Coltrane

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Hell yeah to all three.
"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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