It's simple really, post your favourite jazz album.
It's simple really, post your favourite jazz album
Got a deep cut here
does this count?
it's literally my best listen in jazz so far
guess my race
I would say you're white, but I feel like you're trying to ask a trick question
i am white lol
really cool album
lol nice one and very relevant to the discussion
why the fuck are we bringing race into this? why not ask us to guess you dick size or your favorite porn or how much you think about your mother getting fisted cause it's just as relevant as your fucking race you prick
i'm a pleb. any recs are appreciated
this fucking guy again. at least you are relvant this time
because cool jazz is stereotypically white. its not like this thread would garner any deep discussion anyways
This is proto-ambient, not jazz.
Damn, it was just a fun little game based around stereotypes, ease up
Are there any good/remastered editions of the Massey Hall concert?
I have two different copies but they both sound like shit
The term jazz means very little.
sorry for triggering your autism
maybe it's not you but if you had been lurking this board all day for the past week you would know somebody has been posting numerous threads about that album being the best and posting it in numerous threads
God damn, the drums on Fun get me every time.
dont have one
This seriously fucked me up for a week
That shit is too much
you guys give me hope
Stan Getz & Bill Evans
Not sure if thats the title of the album, but that's all it says
Came to post this, so I'll settle for my number two.
Haven't listened to Black Saint yet. I've been going through mingus' discog and I've listened to everything up to "Oh Yeah".
whatre now eating acid and fucking rando girls in our tie diee tapestried windowed vann while sage is burning?
Black Saint will be an interesting listen
I have never listened jazz much and want to get into it, suggest me some entry level albums.
The album that is simultaneously pleb and patrician.
this is probably my most listened to over the last few years. no idea why it stuck so much but
alice coltrane tribute
The Holy Trinity
my favourite player is dizzy but most of his recordings are pretty awful quality
thank u for this
really nice pick
This is some intense shit.
I've always thought it's funny to see how Miles BTFO'd most of the rock scene of that time with his incursions into the genre. Absolutely of that era nothing sounds like Bitches Brew, even now, shit, that record could've come out yesterday and it'd be still the GOATY.
rec me more like this meme album, im a complete jazz pleb
oh yeah is underrated, thats a fantastic album
woooo, thats a deep cut, really great. kek
that sounds cool, im gonna listen to it tonight.
i put this on at a party that was 100% french people besides me (Amerikaans burger) and they fuckin loved it.
pic is another good record for anyone looking for something to listen to, came out last year
Came to post these so I'll settle for my number three
AIR trio- Air Lore, Air Raid
Albert Ayler- Spiritual Unity
In Order to Survive- Time is of the Essence is Beyond Time
sorry, not in order to survive. Other Dimensions in Music is the group that does that record.
Haaz & Company - Unlawful Noise
Eventually is the most ecstatic piece of music I've ever heard.
oh yes this is the stuff im searching for
check kaoru abe too, especially with takayanagi
i band with you those are some fine ass davis takes, the best part is how little hes playing. people gave him shit for having his name on that album considering hes only present 5% of the time.
the rhythm break on summertime crushes me
people gave him shit for having his name on that album considering hes only present 5% of the time.
I mean he wrote all the music except for the title track and that album was ahead of its time.
im not denying how incredible and progressive the album is, ive listened to a lot and i love it, im just saying, people gave him shit.
Any hard bop recs?
Is Blossom Dearie entry level in jazz vocalists waifus?
All solid picks
one of my favourites
I went to a student jazz club for the first time yesterday
jfc what a bunch of pretentious pricks, I was embarrassed to associate with them
luckily the players were pretty good
I haz all 3 on vinyl.
listening to naima at the moment
Remember his version of Summertime? All the regret and sorrow of humanity is in that. I'd recommend a documentary "My name is Albert Ayler".
I don't have favorite albums from such a diverse genre, but here are some I really connected to.
How come not a single one of you faggots has posted this?
finally get around to listening to this one
Miles Runs the Voodoo Down come on
I've heard probably a handful or two of jazz records but since Enter! I know big band is my shit.
Black Saint and Ah Um are better.
"Gee Bill! How come your mom let you pick four albums?" Recommendations would be great.
any good bossa nova recs?
Anything by Antônio Carlos Jobim. Stone Flower and Antonio Brasileiro are my favorites.
also fun fact: this album wasn't really recorded "Live at The Club" but at a studio in Hollywood with an open bar; "The Club" just wanted exposure and it gets pretty heavily jerked off on the back of the album cover
Can anyone reccomend a good Neujazz album? Listened to this sonarkollektiv.bandcamp.com
This. On some days I think Agharta is my favorite, but this one has more interesting spaces to explore, I think. So damn good.
didnt post in this thread before because im a jazz pleb but from what ive heard this is my fav