Posted: Mon Feb 17, 2020 10:46 pm Post subject: What are you listening to?
Just in the last couple of days before sleeping before working overnights. Stan Kenton The LA Neophonic orchestra. Stan Kenton's West Side Story. Alamire singing Eric Whitacre. On YouTube the Dallas Winds playing Warren Benson's "The leaves are Falling." I do mixes like this a few times a week. _________________ "There are two sides to a trumpeter's personality,
there is one that lives to lay waste to woodwinds and strings, leaving them lie blue and lifeless along a swath of destruction that is a
trumpeter's fury-then there is the dark side!" Irving Bush
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Posted: Tue Feb 18, 2020 6:58 pm Post subject:
To feed my interest in recording industry history, I'm listening to 16 sides for Capitol by Les Paul and Mary Ford, including How High The Moon, the first recording created by overdubbing on a modified Ampex machine. Naturally, these are shellac 78s and are being played on my restored 1928 Columbia 112A gramophone. I am audiophile geekman!
That is absolutely wonderful music. Mary Ford and Les Paul together are so great! _________________ Bb: 1995 Schilke X3L AS SP, Yamaha YTR-6335S
C: Kanstul 1510-2 (SP) (circa 2000)
Picc: 2001 Kanstul 920 (SP)
Bb Bugle: Kanstul
Bb Pocket: Manchester Brass
Natural/Baroque Tr: Altenburg (raw brass)
Bass Tr: Mack Brass stencil (Jin Bao) (SP)
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Posted: Wed Feb 26, 2020 9:52 am Post subject:
Well, the title doesn't state with trumpets so . . Lis Sorensen, Danish singer.
https://youtu.be/87RkhLaPZvg _________________ "If you don't live it, it won't come out of your horn." Charlie Parker
"Even if I could play like Wynton Marsalis, I wouldn't play like Wynton Marsalis."
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Posted: Sun Apr 05, 2020 7:09 pm Post subject: Listening last week
Sticking with Trumpeters - Two players that do not get talked about often, Roy Hargrove and Donald Byrd. Both have a lot of repertoire on Spotify if not too familiar to you. Check them out. See what you think. _________________ When the spiker speaks, nobody listens
but everybody reads
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Posted: Sun Apr 05, 2020 7:53 pm Post subject:
I received the "Complete Blue Mitchell Albums Collection 1958 to 1963"recordings as a gift for Christmas. It has been getting extensive play time. There has also been a lot of Clark Terry going in my ears lately. _________________ Music is a fire in your belly, fighting to get out. You'd better put a horn in the way before someone gets hurt.
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Posted: Mon Apr 06, 2020 7:59 am Post subject:
Christoph Moschberger's Fly-on-the-Wall series.
Here's number 1.
There's all very different and uniquely entertaining and informative. _________________ "I'm an engineer, which means I think I know a whole bunch of stuff I really don't."
Charles J Heiden/So Cal
Bach Strad 180ML43*/43 Bb/Yamaha 731 Flugel/Kanstul 920 Picc/Conn 80A Cornet
Bach 3C rim on 1.5C underpart
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Posted: Mon Apr 06, 2020 9:00 am Post subject:
I've been listening to the late Wallace Roney. What awesome chops he had. While some have unfairly given him grief for sounding so much like '60s Miles, I hear it more as carrying the torch. Just as a generation of trumpet players sounded like Louis, or how Clifford played like the next iteration of Fats Navarro, I think it's wonderful to hear Roney's deep immersion in Miles' concept and taking it to the next level. Just fantastic stuff.
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