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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by micpoc, Mar 15, 2019.
Just because it’s Gilmour.
But who knew ?
Bobby Gol Dang Keyes
"shoot 'em for he run, now"....my fave
Yeah, that, and "One Fine Morning"
nice arrangements on this one
Keep The Customer Satisfied, Simon & Garfunkel. And Bruce Springsteen and the Sessions Band doing Love Of The Common People. Bit hit and miss if I can find it on UTube, the version live at The Point Dublin is brilliant.
Blow Joe blow!!
One of my all time favorite (maybe number one) jazz tunes..Usually played on an alto but I like the tenor best..
Wow, great choices. So many. The one I'm loving a lot at the moment is Victor Goines' clarinet solo in Ice Cream from Wynton Marsalis and Eric Clapton Play the Blues - live at Lincoln Center.
Victor's solo starts at around 2:36.
Off topic, but the piano solo (Dan Nimmer) at 5:35 is also killer. Actually pretty much everything. I had the joy of seeing Marsalis's same band (alas, without Clapton) last year at Symphony Hall in Atlanta. They were fabulous.
I've really loved the placement and phrasing of flugelhorn in this track.
THE ABSOLUTE BEST.
How about Bruce Fowler's triple tracked trombones following Frank Zappa's guitar solo in "Revised Music for Guitar and Low Budget Orchestra"? Starts at 4:27, you may want to skip ahead as this track is probably too weird for most of you.
Lighthouse! It was a nice little period in music of that type. I think my first close degree of separation from fame, was playing with a trumpet player who had played in Chase (before Get It On). I was 17 and stupidly awed by myself.
"Take 5." Paul Desmond.
Wow, great analysis, and thanks for the memory! Come Go With Me was the first record I ever bought. I was 8 years old, I think. My sister, who was a beautiful teenage girl of 17, drove me down to our local record store to buy it after I told her how much I loved listening to it on the radio. I subsequently wore that record out on her 45 rpm record changer. My sister's been gone a long time now, but I've been carrying that memory of being with her, and that sax solo, with me for 60 years. Great stuff!
The late great Bobby Keys - "Can't You Hear Me Knocking"
(3 minute mark)
I'll see your "Take Five" and raise you one "Blue Rondo"...lol!
Love Mr. Desmond