the music holds no surprises?

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Postby bobappleton » Wed Oct 22, 2008 5:59 pm

ok. so i just got back from the hmv store where i went to see if they had a new wayne shorter cd, since i got a ticket (couldn't afford 2) to see him in december. well they don't (there is one coming out but they don't have it). in fact in the jazz department they were playing country and western music. so i went into the classical department and walked over to the 20th/21st century section - they were playing gershwin (2 pianos, very nice, but...).

so i wondered, if i spent $25 could i buy a great jazz cd which pushed the musical envelope as we know it - at hmv or any other musical superstore?

tell me i'm wrong. please.

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Postby sandywilliams » Thu Oct 23, 2008 5:15 pm

Motherland by Danilo Perez?
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Postby bobappleton » Thu Oct 23, 2008 8:25 pm

Thanks Sandy. I'll check it out.

Anyone else have a candidate for a $25 investment in music?

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Postby bobappleton » Fri Oct 24, 2008 6:31 am

Hey thanks for both of these. I've got some listening to do.
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Postby Andrew » Mon Oct 27, 2008 9:24 pm

Oh I had no idea Wayne Shorter had a new CD coming out! He's my absolute favorite musician, not only in his music but also in his lifestyle. Bob I really envy you for being able to see him.

Brad Mehldau's new live CD pushes the musical envelope quite a bit.
"Life finds a way"- Wayne Shorter
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Postby bobappleton » Sat Nov 01, 2008 6:02 am

Hard to find his schedule on the web. I guess LA is closest to you - but maybe not close enough.

Tue 12/02/08 New York, NY Carnegie Hall
Wed 12/03/08 Boston, MA Berklee Performance Center
Fri 12/05/08 Toronto, ON Massey Hall
Wed 12/10/08 Los Angeles, CA Walt Disney Concert Hall
Fri 12/12/08 Mexico City, MEX Lunario
Wed 03/11/09 Porto, POR Sala 2
Fri 03/13/09 Rotterdam, NET Lantaren
Sat 03/14/09 Eindhoven, NET Frits Philips Musiccentre
Sun 03/15/09 Groningen, NET De Oosterpoort
Wed 03/18/09 Budapest, HUN Bela Bartok Concert Hall
Thu 03/19/09 Vienna, AUT Wiener Konzerthaus
Fri 03/20/09 Vienna, AUT Wiener Konzerthaus
Mon 03/23/09 Athens, GRE Athens Concert Hall
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Postby sandywilliams » Mon Nov 03, 2008 9:30 pm

[quote="motherlode"]"Out Front" by Booker Little
w/ Max Roach, Eric Dolphy, Julian Priester, Ron Carter, Don Friedman, & Art Davis
- or maybe -
"America the Beautiful" by Gary McFarland
Orchestral Jazz Suite[/quote]
Motherload, I downloaded these from emusic.com. I didn't get any performer credits with the download.
I'm curious who the guitarist is on "America the Beautiful". Sounds like Cornell Dupree. Is it?
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Postby sandywilliams » Tue Nov 04, 2008 9:24 pm

Nice to hear Eric hang it out on something besides disco. He sounds great! That's quite a tapestry of sound on that side.
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