Considered a vintage Jerry night for tightness and creativity with Branford Marsallis. Listening to Franklin's Tower right at the moment. Gotta love it, the whole 160 minutes worth.
Great way to lead into the weekend ;)
Got my Duane Allman Retrospective courtesy UPS yesterday afternoon so I guess really the only way to properly kick off this listening event is to listen to Fillmore East - the Chronicles version - because it says it all. To my ears, even though it was released in '92, it has the best sound of any of the official releases. (I just finished 'Liz Reed - speechless, as usual). The DAR features the Sugar Mags from Fillmore East. Anybody else out there get this thing? It's beautiful!
Amon Düül II
Must be Phil's sons leading off tonight on the webcast from Terrapin.
love it, love it, love it!
3/08/34 Coleman Hawkins "1929-1943" Sunny Side of the Street
3/08/37 Duke Ellington "Small Groups, Vol. 1"
3/08/50 Billie Holiday "decca"
3/08/53 Charlie Parker "Washington Concert" He's quite on fire here!
3/08/55 Jim Raney "A" Easy
3/08/57 Hank Mobley Quintet (RVG Remaster) Funk In A Deep Freeze
3/08/60 Sam Jones "Soul society"
3/08/65 Charles Lloyd "Of Course, Of Course"
3/08/65 Johnny Hodges "Everybody Knows"
One month until Day Two of the '72 crate!