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"I'll Get By", by John Coltrane, preceded by other John Coltrane tunes, and definitely will be followed by more Coltrane. I could listen to his music all night, and have on many occasions.
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infodog69 wrote:
"I'll Get By", by John Coltrane, preceded by other John Coltrane tunes, and definitely will be followed by more Coltrane. I could listen to his music all night, and have on many occasions.


I have Blue Train and a few other of his albums. I particularly like his work with Thelonious Monk, fantastic pianist. Charlie Parker is also one of my favourites when it comes to Alto Sax players. I grew up with a lot of it playing in the house.
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nicola wrote:
infodog69 wrote:
"I'll Get By", by John Coltrane, preceded by other John Coltrane tunes, and definitely will be followed by more Coltrane. I could listen to his music all night, and have on many occasions.


I have Blue Train and a few other of his albums. I particularly like his work with Thelonious Monk, fantastic pianist. Charlie Parker is also one of my favourites when it comes to Alto Sax players. I grew up with a lot of it playing in the house.


It has been awhile since I have listened to Monk never mind Parker. There is only so much time and my attention span changes landscapes periodically. I am glad I decided to take a look at this thread, it reminds me how much I like that era of jazz. Miles too, Cannonball, and Yusef Lateef, and ... Note to self CDs 2 ipod.
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WillinBK wrote:
"Livin' After Midnight" Judas Priest

the best that closeted gay hard rock has to offer

Rob Halford has been out of the closet for over a decade now.

Insert typical super smart ass comment courtesy of thepainter here.
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thepainter wrote:
WillinBK wrote:
"Livin' After Midnight" Judas Priest

the best that closeted gay hard rock has to offer

Rob Halford has been out of the closet for over a decade now.


But he wasn't the whole time they were relevant, dude (which I would say 'sunset'ed with their skewering on Beavis and Butthead).

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