[JPL] A Love Supreme

Derrick Lucas dnlbka at rit.edu
Fri Mar 18 10:28:40 EST 2005


I wholeheartedly agree 

I just picked up Doug Carn's "Infant Eyes" on CD a couple of weeks ago
and played it on my show last Sunday-amazing stuff  

I found out that a number of the old Black Jazz label LP's are back in
print again YEAH!!!

here is the website www.blackjazz.com

Cheers!
Derrick Lucas
Host of The Spectrum 
Sunday's 10pm-1am
WGMC JAZZ 90.1
ROCHESTER, NY 
   

-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com] On Behalf Of Don Lucoff
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2005 10:31 AM
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com; bjackson at wcpn.org
Subject: Re: [JPL] A Love Supreme

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On the flip side, Jean Carn feat. on Doug Carn's Infant Eyes album
singing
Acknowlegement on Gene Russell's Black Jazz label. This was the one of
the
very first releases on that long out of print 70's label.  An excellent
version.

don lucoff

> From: "Jackson, Bobby" <bjackson at wcpn.org>
> Reply-To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2005 10:04:18 -0500
> To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
> Subject: RE: [JPL] A Love Supreme
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> The worst interpretation of any movement of the A Love Supreme suite
was
> done by R&B vocalist Will Downing about 15 or 20 years ago with his
> remake of "Acknowledgement".  He missed the point completely.  I
cringed
> when I heard it.
> 
> Yikes! remembering it now....  :-(
> 
> Bobby Jackson
> 
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> From: Russell Haines [mailto:rfhnyc_ at hotmail.com]
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> Fellow Jazzer's,
> 
> Here's my quick 2 cents on the Love Supreme disscussion. Michael Wolff
> does a three minute plus rendition of A Love Supreme on his disc
> Dangerous Vision / Artemis records that I really like alot. It's worth
> checking out if you get a chance.
> 
> regards,
> 
> Russ
> 
> Russ Haines Jazz MD WWSP 90fm
> 
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> As a follow up to their critically acclaimed debut 'The Last
Farewell', the
> Los Angeles collective, Shapes, returns with an ambitious two-cd set
entitled,
> 'The Big Picture', and once again, they've teamed up with
Yellowjackets
> bassist and two-time Grammy winner, Jimmy Haslip as producer.  Split
along
> stylistic lines into two discs, the first disc is an eclectic mix of
> groove-oriented material and the second, showcases the band's more
acoustic
> mainstream jazz sound. This shape-shifting ensemble has managed to
cover
> several bases while still retaining their signature sound, forged in
the
> unique chemistry of Tollak Ollestad's chromatic and blues harmonica
playing,
> recently featured on Al Jarreau's current CD 'Accentuate The Positive'
and
> Roger Burn's vibraphone, marimba and piano work, recently featured on
the
> Smash hit movie 'Sideways', alongside a band of stellar players and
special
> guests including Jimmy Haslip, fellow Yellowjackets Russell Ferrante
and
> Robben Ford along with valve trombonist Mike Fahn, Cannonball
Adderley's
> drummer, Roy McCurdy, vocalist Pauline Wilson (Seawind) accompanied by
Matt
> Catingub on alto and even a track featuring L.A. mainstays, the Jack
Mack and
> The Heart Attack Horns.
> 
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entitled, 'The Big Picture', and once again, they've teamed up with
Yellowjackets bassist and two-time Grammy winner, Jimmy Haslip as
producer.  Split along stylistic lines into two discs, the first disc is
an eclectic mix of groove-oriented material and the second, showcases
the band's more acoustic mainstream jazz sound. This shape-shifting
ensemble has managed to cover several bases while still retaining their
signature sound, forged in the unique chemistry of Tollak Ollestad's
chromatic and blues harmonica playing, recently featured on Al Jarreau's
current CD 'Accentuate The Positive' and Roger Burn's vibraphone,
marimba and piano work, recently featured on the Smash hit movie
'Sideways', alongside a band of stellar players and special guests
including Jimmy Haslip, fellow Yellowjackets Russell Ferrante and Robben
Ford along with valve trombonist Mike Fahn, Can

www.shapesmusic.com

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