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 Post subject: Who do you listen to?
PostPosted: Fri Aug 05, 2005 10:52 am 
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What are people's favorite jazz artists?

Of course, it'll probably be difficult to make a specific list, but you can list a few.

I'll start it off with just one of mine:

Miles Davis


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 05, 2005 4:26 pm 
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dude. never ask this question and expect people to only list "a few".

miles davis
cannonball adderley
clark terry
clifford brown
john coltrane
sonny rollins
george benson
chick corea
maynard ferguson
max roach
louis armstrong
fats navarro

......and MANY, MANY more. my cd tower is starting to groan with the weight of all my jazz albums....

rah.


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Gary Burton
Makoto Ozone
John Coltrane
Oscar Peterson
Milt Jackson
Steve Gadd

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ah...jazz... i find it ironc that i have a count basie cd right next to my slipknot cd...

RCR (royal crown revue) (if you don't know 'em... look 'em up!!!)
Yokko Kanno/The Seatbelts (Cowboy Bebop for all of you anime nerds out there)
Count Basie
Dizzy Gillespie (of course)
Duke Ellington
Raphiel Mendez

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kk Zoot Suit Revue
check em out!

... do it!

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 Post subject: The Bird
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It is all about Charlie Parker for me! Nothing in the world compares to listening to the sweet sounds coming out of his horn.

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its all about Glenn Miller and trombones! wOOt!


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im not so much into old jazz anymore, but more stuff like david sanborn, dave koz, and my current favorite, the brian setzer orchestra..


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Let's not forget about Josh Redman. Let's also not forget about the Phat Band and such performers as Wayne Bergeron, etc.

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Come on trumpet players, you've missed a biggie, really biggie, Arturo Sandoval. Amazing performer and and even more amazing person.


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 Post subject: there cant be one
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I cant enough of the variety, these are my picks

John Coltraine
james Moody
chris potter
Lenny Picket(altissimo master!!)
Lester young
Both of the Brecker Brothers
Clifford Brown( The best, hands down)
Charlie Parker
Bill Watrous
Ted Nash(check this crazy guy out!)
Winton Marsalis
Chick Corea
Eric Marienthal
Kenny Garret These are only the guys that come up immediatly, there are countless other pieces of talent out there, But I will say that sandoval will never be there because of his trumpet evolution CD ughhh


......Okay a few more

Miles davis, Sonny Rollins, T. Monk, Cannonball, And the best alto sax player currently living, Dave Binney.
P.S Im a sax player, just in case that means anything


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To be honest, since I play professionally, music doesn't relax me to listen to it recreationally. I love old time radio (OTR). But even these shows have great musicians.

For you fellow tubists, I suggest you listen to the Fat Man (American version, not the Australian version). The theme music is a virtuistic tuba solo. Most of the shows had wonderful orchestras. Radio stations used to hire a complete in-house orchestra that worked a full 35+ hour week on the air about 60-70 years ago.

There were also musical shows that were great, too.

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Y'all should try out Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band.

Besides the lists already posted, I like Chuck Mangione, and Arturo Sandoval.

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L.A. Boppers
Seawind
Tower of Power
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Herbie Hancock
Chick Corea
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i just recently got into jazz....right now im listening to alot of maynard...and alot of stuff that my jazz band instructor at school is giving me....im not sure who they are though...

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