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Nighttrain
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Message 1 of 40 (257583)
11-07-2005 7:56 PM


Foreign (:D)--Erroll Garner--I`ll Remember April

Aussie--Don Burrows--anything from the Jobim,Gilberto album


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Nighttrain
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Message 23 of 40 (259403)
11-13-2005 5:54 PM
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11-13-2005 10:06 AM


Brubeck
Saw Dave`s quartet when it toured Oz way-back.I was torn between Brubeck`s piano and Paul Desmond`s sax. Which to learn? Piano-alto sax? Horn man or ivory-tinkler? Eventually, I took the plunge and became---an axe-man.:D
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Message 31 of 40 (272669)
12-25-2005 5:37 PM
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12-25-2005 4:31 PM


Re: Intelligent design in jazz?
I guess you could draw an evolutionary comparison with jazz. New species appearing with the originators dispersing their genes, both literally (:D) and musically, and a few aberrant mutations that reached dead ends (whatever happened to Art Belletto and his group?). A few geographical oddities even appeared. And I suppose you could talk of bacterial insertions when that discordant note jazz reared its ugly head. Hit me with that rhythm stick!
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Message 34 of 40 (272721)
12-25-2005 11:01 PM
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Re: Punctuated equilibrium in jazz?
Is Brubeck`s Blue Rondo a la Turk an example of Punctuated Equilibrium?
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