Thursday, November 03, 2011

Bouncing With Bud


I've been computerising more vinyl - the sound on this Blue Note LP!

And this track?

Amazing.

Explodes a grey day.

Max Roach on drums.

Bud Powell - 'Un Poco Loco' (1951)

9 comments:

  1. Oooh, I've got that on CD. I haven't listened to that in a long long time. Can see what I'm going to do when I get home tonight.

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  2. has every thing changed to download only now or is it my computer.im not complaining just panniking were does it download to im hoples with this thing, sorry to be a pain

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  3. Sorry chaps, Box.net is refusing to reset to a new month's bandwidth, which is a pain. I'll switch this and the EC track to Mediafire, which is what the others are on and why you can't play them without downloading.

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  4. Ahhh, thank you for this, I'd not heard it before. I've ordered the CD; and I was reminded of his brother Richie, which reminded me of Clifford Brown, which reminded me that I'd never really looked on Amazon for what I didn't have by Clifford Brown, which is why I've ordered another two records tonight.

    Bless you and bloggers like you; so long as I can afford to keep reading you!

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  5. Cheers Mark. I have a Clifford Brown-sized hole in my collection, so any tips on where to start would be groovy.

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  6. "Brown & Roach at Basin Street" is about as indispensable as you can get; I see it's paired with "Sonny Rollins Plus Four" on one CD as "Three Giants", and if I didn't have them, I'd buy that like a shot.

    "Sarah Vaughan With Clifford Brown" is lovely, and I can tell you about "Helen Merrill With Clifford Brown And Gil Evans" when I receive it!

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  7. A connoisseur's response sir, and I thank you.

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