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    I love what's been posted so far!

    I made a free jazz record about 10 years ago with a Dutch pianist/composer named Henk Alkema. It's a very challenging form of music, but so rewarding. HK and I are both Scorpios, both musicians (obviously), both left-handed, and he is from Friesland, where I am the grandchild of a Friesian, so we had a lot in common, and thought in similar ways. I have a copy somewhere...

    here's some esoterica that I love:
    YouTube - Atmospheres-Gyorgy Ligeti

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    for anyone into free jazz check out art ensemble of chicago
    YouTube - Art Ensemble Of Chicago theme de yoyo

    YouTube - Moondog - Lament I, "Bird's Lament"
    This guy was blind played on the streets of new york

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    Quote Originally Posted by human101 View Post
    YouTube - Moondog - Lament I, "Bird's Lament"
    This guy was blind played on the streets of new york
    I love this song!

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    Quote Originally Posted by neptunesnet View Post
    I love this song!
    i know a artist who im sure you will like a lot.

    YouTube - Mr. Scruff 'Get A Move On' Music Video
    this is a remake of the moondog song

    YouTube - Mr Scruff - Jazz Potato

    YouTube - Champion Nibble - Mr Scruff (2002) Ninja Tune (In Stereo)

    YouTube - Mr Scruff - So Long * High Quality
    this song is perfect for a lonely winter night.... so cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by human101 View Post
    Mr. Scruff
    Yes!

    I love Mr. Scruff!

    "So Long" is such a hot track. The whole Keep It Unreal album is filled with prime music.

    To authenicate my dorkhood, I become a fan of his page on facebook when I first opened an account . Unfortunately I think I unfanned him in recent times on a purging spree. He's still good though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neptunesnet View Post
    Yes!

    I love Mr. Scruff!

    "So Long" is such a hot track. The whole Keep It Real album is filled with prime music.

    To authenicate my dorkhood, I become a fan of his page on facebook when I first opened an account . Unfortunately I think I unfanned him in recent times on a purging spree. He's still good though.
    what do you think is better keep it real or the trouser jazz album

    YouTube - Quantic - Transatlantic
    if you like mr scruff you might like this artist aswell

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    [YOUTUBE="FjuX-AExWI8"]Hiromi Uehara Trio - Love & Laughter[/YOUTUBE]

    Yeah...
    Whoops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by human101 View Post
    what do you think is better keep it real or the trouser jazz album
    I'm going to be painfully generic and go with Keep it Unreal.

    There were some good ones in Trouser Jazz, like "Here We Go" and "Vibrate," but I think Keep It Unreal is just a better album overall. It doesn't help, though, that I'm a sucker for solid bass lines and back beat drums.



    YouTube - Quantic - Transatlantic
    if you like mr scruff you might like this artist aswell

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    Quote Originally Posted by neptunesnet View Post
    I'm going to be painfully generic and go with Keep it Unreal.

    There were some good ones in Trouser Jazz, like "Here We Go" and "Vibrate," but I think Keep It Unreal is just a better album overall. It doesn't help, though, that I'm a sucker for solid bass lines and back beat drums.





    I agree with you but trouser jazz has two of my favourite mr scruff tracks in shelf wobbler and giffin.

    YouTube - Milt Jackson quartet in Japan 1990
    seriously an xylophone player in any band makes the music better

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    Quote Originally Posted by human101 View Post
    shelf wobbler
    That's a good one.

    YouTube - Milt Jackson quartet in Japan 1990
    seriously an xylophone player in any band makes the music better


    I just had a conversation about that yesterday! Xylophone is so underrated .


    Good music, btw.

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