Required Listening

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by xjb0906, Dec 25, 2011.

  1. Lawler Bb

    Lawler Bb Piano User

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    I'm just scratching the surface, but here's my ever-expanding list.
     
  2. bumblebee

    bumblebee Fortissimo User

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  3. xjb0906

    xjb0906 Piano User

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    Thanks! Nice Website.
     
  4. kingtrumpet

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    just listening to some LP's (vinyl records for the youngsters) -- Doc Severensin, Phil Driscoll, and Steve Shakarian, Herb Alpert and Al Hirt. I know they have been mentioned already -- but there is just something about the vinyl records that makes it more nostalgic, and sound better than a crisp sounding CD.
     
  5. turtlejimmy

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    For Blues:

    Anything from Buddy Guy, especially when there's a horn section in the band. :thumbsup:


    Turtle
     
  6. rettepnoj

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    Dizzy Gillespe & The United Nation Orchestra - Live At The Royal Festival Hall. Feat: Arturo, Claudio, Slide, Turre, Moody, D'Rivera, Rivera, Hidalgo, Purim, Berroa, Moreira and Perez amo. That concert is still magic....awesome!
     
  7. xjb0906

    xjb0906 Piano User

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    I am wanting to build a LP collection. Last Year I bought Blood Sweat and Tears, and Al Hirt records from an antique store. Still working on getting a turntable. Another benefit of LP's is that you can pick them up cheap as long as you are not taking the path of the collector that wants them unopened and in original condition.
     
  8. kingtrumpet

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    I have a Crosley all in one thing -- (radio, CD, turntable, and cassetter player) -- I think they are like a 100 bucks -- relatively cheap, and they sound good.
    Crosley Radio
     
  9. bigtiny

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    Let's see (I'll try to keep this list short):

    -Maynard Ferguson - 'Live at Jimmys'
    -Dizzy Gillespie - 'Live at Newport' and 'An Electrifyning Evening with...'
    -Don Cherry - 'mu (parts 1 and 2)'
    -Art Ensemble of Chicago - 'Nice Guys'
    -Miles Davis - 'Sketches of Spain' and 'Nefertiti' and 'In a Silent Way'
    -Woody Shaw - 'Stepping Stones' and 'Rosewood' and 'Live at the Berlin Jazztage'
    -Freddie Hubbard - 'The Body and the Soul of Freddie Hubbard' and 'First Light' and 'Above and Beyond'
    -Freddie Hubbard/Woody Shaw - 'The Eternal Triangle' and 'Double Take'
    -Lee Morgan - 'The Procrastinator'
    -Kinny Dorham - 'Whistle Stop'
    -Lester Bowie - 'The Fifth Power' and 'The Great Pretender'

    bigtiny
     
  10. Rapier

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