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Thanks a ton, Shyam! Heard the entire album on decent headphones and (surprise, surprise) was blown away.Yes, this album is more straight-forward post-bop in comparison to his earlier ones which are more genre-bending and exploratory. Nevertheless, the musicianship on the album makes it a very compelling listen. Given it another try.
Try Gladys Night - Before Me, Chaka Khan - Echoes of an Era, Dianne Reeves - Good Night and Good luck. And you might like the 3 different versions of Time after Time- Miles Davis, Michael Jackson and Vijay Iyer.Hi FM's,
Appreciate it if you can share a list of Jazz tracks by Non-Jazz artists like 1. Anita Baker (sometimes I wonder), 2. Queen Latifah (Close your eyes) and my favorite track by Celine Dion (Nature Boy).
Great observation, 50/50!And you might like the 3 different versions of Time after Time- Miles Davis, Michael Jackson and Vijay Iyer.
Thanks for mentioning this @coaltrain - my bad, I meant Human Nature, not Time after Time. I don't think Vijay Iyer did Time after Time, though he continued to mesmerise us time after timeGreat observation, 50/50!
There are a lot more pop tunes covered by jazz artistes, than vice versa.
Remember ‘My Favorite Things’ by you know who?
BTW, Vijay Iyer did ‘Human Nature’, as did Miles.
He's too good, no doubt. A bit easier for an oldie like me to follow than Rudresh. I'm happy he mixes his experimental and conventional stuff, and that helps me appreciate his music all the more
Wow. This album has tracks titled Massey Coltrane and Harris. I like what I hear. Thanks."Blowing in from Chicago" usually appears but can't say I am too familiar with even that.Another underrated artiste:
Clifford Jordan 'Glass Bead Games'
As worthy of recognition as the Nobel Prize winning book.