Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Oliver Lake & Other New Music on Jazz Note

I've been grovin' to sax man (alto and soprano) Oliver Lake' magnificent Dat Love.  The album features Lyndon Achee on steel drums, which sounds weird.  On an Aurthur Blythe album that would make for a kind of Tiki Hut atmosphere.  On this album the drum simply replaces the piano.  The music is exquisite.  Reggie Washington plays electric bass and Damon Duewhite is on drums.  I've uploaded Stolen Moments, the Oliver Nelson composition that starts off the famous Blues and the Abstract Truth, and D2, a Lake composition. 

I also added 
  • Dave Liebman Trio/Gallop's Gallop/Monk's Mood
  • Dave Liebman Trio/Nutty/Monk's Mood
  • Serge Chaloff/I've Got The World on a String/Blue Serge
  • Mal Waldron Trio/Spaces/Our Colline's A Treasure
  • Charlie Mingus/Black Bats and Poles/Changes Two
  • Lars Guillin/Danny's Dream/Danny's Dream

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