[lbo-talk] Typewriters R.I.P.

Mark Bennett bennett.mab at gmail.com
Thu Apr 28 13:26:23 PDT 2011

Art Blakey was always groaning and howling through the other Messengers' solos. Check out "Free For All," both the disc and the title tune. Wayne Shorter uncorks a monstrous tenor solo and Art yowls right along.

On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 1:12 PM, c b <cb31450 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Chuck Grimes
> You can get down to the ass scratching in the orchestra pit with Otto
> Klemper doing Beethoven, or the running conversation in the jazz set
> with a few hundred dollars of used AR equipment. The classic take was
> Miles Davis telling Rudy Van Gelder the sound engineer, "Hey, Rudy,
> put this on the record, all of it." It was the 1953 release of The Man
> I Love which also had the best version of Round Midnight. I've still
> got the album bought used in Iowa City in 1964.
> ^^^^^
> CB: Thelonius Monk yells out "Coltrane, Coltrane" at the start of a
> solo to rouse the nodding Trane. Can't remember the song. Errol Garner
> is always "mumble-hums" through his stuff. I think Pablo Casals might
> hum some , too.
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