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November 23, 2011

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icastico

A couple I've been enjoying:

http://holywarbles.blogspot.com/2011/11/mal-waldron-call-japo-1971-320flac.html

http://excavatedshellac.com/2011/11/21/trio-los-aguilillas-samba-rumbera/

chris in massachusetts

The ones I thought would be second and third weren't even close apparently, so even more lucky that I got the right answer.

I have that Charles Brakeen LP-- I like that particular wing of the free jazz scene, still rooted in recognizable songs and structures, whereas all-out free-blowing tends to get indulgent and after a point not very revelatory (in fact I wish more totally free sessions were more subdued, those minimal free improvisations like Clifford Thornton's Ketchaoua LP.)

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