|Know him. And also Herbie Hancock, Frank Zappa, Sun Ra & Weather Report before I'm recommended them. Should've added them to my list. Meh.|
|Pebster was vague|
Old coltrane is easy to get into and so is the miles davis highlights.
Kind of Blue- Miles
Giant Steps- Coltrane
Maiden Voyage- Hancock
and Charles Mingus is incredibly interesting, but often complicated, stuff
sorry i don't have better suggestions. ask flawed perfection!
|Duke Ellington - Ellington Uptown|
Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie - Bird and Diz
Jelly Roll Morton - Birth of the Hot
Thelonious Monk - Brilliant Corners
Sonny Rollins - A Night At the Village Vanguard, The Bridge
Charles Mingus - The Great Concert of Charles Mingus
Andrew Hill - Compulsion!!!!!!
Eric Dolphy - Out to Lunch
Sam Rivers - Contours
Rahsaan Roland Kirk - Rip Rig and Panic
Pete La Roca - Turkish Women at the Bath
John Coltrane - Meditations, The Complete 1961 Village Vanguard Recordings, Live in Japan
|Mingus Ah Um|
|asking sputnik for jazz recommendations is like asking a mormon community where you can find a bar|
|Charles Mingus- The Black Saint and the Sinner lady.|
|when i said flawed perfection i meant kage, in case that didn't already make sense by now lol|
|Pharoah Sanders and Stan Getz for saxophone. |
Some good classics: Bill Evans (piano), Dave Brubeck (check out my review), Duke Ellington, and Oscar Peterson (piano).
In general, I've been enjoying Pat Methany (guitar) lately, Mulgrew Miller (piano), Avishai Cohen (upright bass), and McCoy Tyner (piano).
|uhh... Kenny G?|