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But i like more recent things too!
[youtube]hMv1VgA_SVQ[/youtube]
Or something like that! :)
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I only discover them about a year ago. Love their music.
[youtube]K7ErZ0sbpYc[/youtube]
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Looking at my Youtube history, one song I'm coming back to is "Utviklingssang" by Carla Bley. And while Steve Swallow is going pretty much the opposite direction compared to me, I still admire him a lot as well:

[youtube]bvDhRrGCwqg[/youtube]
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[youtube]qvr8hBkYEFo?t=131[/youtube]
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Love this progressive jazz tune!

[youtube]iEyZXdsUNJg[/youtube]
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A real gem of a concert ❤ thanks for posting this !
I must say each one of those three guys has been a huge influence on the world of jazz guitar but Charlie Byrd is such a monstror óÔ
clusters Clusters CLUSTERS !!!!!!
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Im currently in love with jazz bassist Esperanza Spalding . Her vocals are amazing.
[youtube]VaD7AxlcoAk[/youtube]

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Edited by LittleWing on Novembre 17 2020 14:43
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[youtube]-tajHRP9Cm8[/youtube]
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Today is my "listening to Tommy Bolin day" day.

He played on the 1973 Billy Cobham Album "Spetrum", and is featured on 4 songs, although the whole album is super cool.


Listen to the album here [youtube]1H4gfJaYqZY[/youtube]


or on spotify https://open.spotify.com/album/5JmNk3ayVaujKO5hFvU5YA?si=0U1qnl8OSEyIJ7WkOPJpvA


Info about the album: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spectrum_(Billy_Cobham_album)

If you don't have time to listen to the whole album then try either the first song "Quadrant 4" or the last song "Red Baron"

Have fun :)
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[youtube]XjiOtouyBOg[/youtube]
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Very cool Ron ... I have to go back even further to the original format where they are all playing Mosrite instruments. I like how the bass cuts through, even back then with the pick and the Mosrite tone. Seems surreal now with the black and white footage.

[youtube]3bKG0p6Tv9Q[/youtube]
Edited by Ernie440 on Novembre 19 2020 13:28
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Nice video Ernie and here they are 50 years later with my favorite walk don't run [youtube]yjLFMCj82PI[/youtube]
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axenvocs wrote:
Nice video Ernie and here they are 50 years later with my favorite walk don't run [youtube]yjLFMCj82PI[/youtube]


Yeah man that is a great and pleasant tune. My older guitar playing brother who is in his 70's grew up playing a lot of the Venture's tunes ... and got me to learn a lot of the bass lines when I was first getting into bass, this one included (memories) Walk, don't run!! (at the start of the vid) hehe... nice Gary! :)
Edited by Ernie440 on Novembre 19 2020 14:56
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Love this progressive jazz tune!

[youtube]iEyZXdsUNJg[/youtube]

Downloading this...Thanks:)
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Al-Fadista wrote:
Kansas was really good in the 70s and early 80s. Love that instrumental : [youtube]RBrnBm4hnuc[/youtube]



Kansas is is one of my favorite bands.:W
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Acousticeg wrote:
Al-Fadista wrote:
Kansas was really good in the 70s and early 80s. Love that instrumental : [youtube]RBrnBm4hnuc[/youtube]



Kansas is is one of my favorite bands.:W


What about some Genesis? :)

[youtube]jsDvyZ-C-0w[/youtube]

Do you know Happy The Man? Great late 70s prog rock band.

[youtube]dRrGwFnlfIw[/youtube]
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the whole album is adorable !
clusters Clusters CLUSTERS !!!!!!
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MARE NOSTRUM 3. Fresu - Galliano - Lundgren.
Exert a magical attraction on me. I recommend it to you.
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Lately I was listening to some of our friends... like here:

[youtube]O66eOoe3h5w[/youtube]

Or this one:

[youtube]qaafg1sNskk[/youtube]

Wonderful stuff in my opinion... :)
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Tony MacAlpine has been among the long time favorites I listen and learn from.Tony is joined by Jeff Loomis for an amazing jam. Hate to disturb the funk and jive always people. But you did ask what are you listening to. lol:W
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