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    Post by chris c on Sat Jul 07 2018, 00:05

    Oh I remember that orchestral one, you posted it here or on the blog. Now bookmarked. Outstanding!

    Heather Small, astonishing voice, stunning body, shame about the hair



    the sax player is no slouch either, or the percussionist

    Her hair is fixed on Jools Holland



    then there's Cerys Mathews



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    Post by chris c on Mon Jul 16 2018, 23:22

    They left us too soon



    She used to be my girlfriend. Oh wait, that was a fantasy - but I did have one who looked like Janis Joplin



    Miles Davis became mildly obsessed with this song, much like John Coltrane and My Favourite Things

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    Post by graham64 on Thu Jul 19 2018, 22:48

    A couple of oldies brought up to date without straying far from the original versions




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    Post by chris c on Thu Jul 26 2018, 22:21

    Oh boy, that first one sent me down a time tunnel to Motown/Berry Gordy, and Phil Spector's Wall Of Sound

    I emerged via



    love T-Boz' smoky voice

    the woefully underrated Carleen Anderson



    I remember seeing her with the Brand New Heavies, before N'Dea Davenport



    and coming nearly up to date

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    Post by graham64 on Fri Jul 27 2018, 22:36

    Got to admit never heard of Carleen Anderson will have a look at more of her work


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    Post by chris c on Sat Jul 28 2018, 21:55

    Told you she was underrated! She also sang with the Young Disciples among others (she also looked like my ex)

    OK I'm back in the seventies again



    one of the ultimate live bands.

    So was the Brotherhood Of Breath, in a totally different way. I saw them many times. They were a loose collective consisting of many of the original Blue Notes from South Africa plus the great and good of British jazz. The lineup was forever changing depending who was available on the night but usually contained the rhythm section of Louis Moholo, Harry Miller and McGregor himself, plus Dudu Pukwana and Mike Osborne, who despite coming from Hereford could blow as African as anyone.

    The first track here is perhaps their best recording (most of their records were from live concerts), it reminds me of that line in the bible about making a joyful noise unto the Lord.

    The second track is more freeform and if you get bored forward to about 36.00 for some ZA funk

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    Post by chris c on Thu Aug 02 2018, 22:39

    Still back in the seventies. Music was going in all kinds of directions, and there were crossovers like jazz-rock and folk-rock. It seemed to be more about art and less about product than today.

    I pick up a lot from Jools Holland - where I first saw Carleen Anderson among many others. Back in the day of course there was John Peel - and I learned a lot about jazz from Radio Three - or it might still have been the Third Programme. In between I knew a load of musicians, but you won't have heard of most of them.

    I'm filling in the gaps between what I remember





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    Post by chris c on Thu Aug 09 2018, 22:37

    The glorious lunacy that was Rahsaan Roland Kirk



    He went blind in early childhood, and his second stroke killed him in his forties. I can guess what he was never diagnosed with.

    I DO listen to modern music too



    Beverley Knight is yet another outstanding singer who should be better known. Tight band and excellent drummer too, and there's lots more of her on YouTube, like for example

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    Post by chris c on Mon Aug 13 2018, 23:25

    Another classic



    He's still around



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