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1 hour ago, Notes_Norton said:

Good choice Bill. Diana is the real deal.

Another great jazz gal on piano and vocals is Eliane Elias

Call Me - Eliane Elias

She's a Brazilian so it's only right to include this

Chega De Saudade - Eliane Elias

 

 

 

AWSOME! Thanks I had chills listening to that. I love bossas! 

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Here's a jazz album I haven't listened to in a long time. IMO Some nice cuts on it too.

The Blues And The Abstract Truth - Oliver Nelson

 

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I was so much listening to this one as ... well ... er ... um ... 

I think you'll know why I posted this one. ;)

 

Let's see whether this one survives or not.

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3 minutes ago, Wibbles said:

Nice fingering. 🤪

don't get me started lol 😁 was lucky enough to see her fingering a big black harp before she got known (paradiso small room!)

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1 hour ago, Wibbles said:

I was so much listening to this one as ... well ... er ... um ... 

I think you'll know why I posted this one. ;)

 

Let's see whether this one survives or not.

I'll choose not to help. 😁

This one looks great in slow-mo too!

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5 hours ago, pwalpwal said:

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Closest I could find for those of us not seeing the one from pwalpwal's link.

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Another of my favorite rock drummers, John Bonham

(in no particular order, and each one for different reasons: Bernard 'Pretty' Purdy, Hal Blaine, Ginger Baker, John Bonham, & Neil Peart)

I learn a lot by listening and analyzing what they do.

When The Levee Breaks - Led Zeppelin

 

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23 hours ago, craigb said:

Not a fan of Terry Bozio? 🤔

Not a fan, but do appreciate his work. Haven't heard too much of his playing since Zappa. I guess I need to go exploring.

Not a fan of the 5 that I mentioned above either. I just like their work and in my current writing of BiaB styles, I'm learning from their recorded work.

It's difficult to pick favorites when there are so many to choose from.

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1 minute ago, Notes_Norton said:

Not a fan, but do appreciate his work. Haven't heard too much of his playing since Zappa. I guess I need to go exploring.

I, too, know of him from his work with Zappa, but over the past few years I have gone on some Bozio video-watching binges.  His playing styles and massive "kits" are not for everyone, but you might enjoy them. Also, not sure if you were a fan of Ed Mann, but I have also binge-watched/listened to the Z3 featuring Ed Mann. Again, not for everyone. 

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My all-time favorite tenor sax player and a nice mostly mellow LP

The Dolphin - Stan Getz Quartet

 

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