My biggest problem
Posted by Alexander on 2/29/2012, 3:40 pm, in reply to "albums I got early on that helped"
Rock music always conjures up imagery of all sorts for me. Jazz, which is just a bunch of random notes, has the very opposite effect. It aims for a very posh atmosphere but all it winds down to is a bunch of noodling. |
And if I decide to devour various cheeses, sip red wine and rent pent houses everytime I listen to jazz I will quickly run out of money.
John, do any of your kind suggestions have a more fervant approach to soloing? Like rock soloing in a jazz context maybe?
: John Coltrane - A Love Supreme
: Miles Davis -
: Cookin'/Relaxin'/Steamin'/Workin' (my
: brother got me Cookin' first but they were
: all recorded in the same sessions, so I got
: them all)
: Miles Davis - In a Silent Way (this is a
: MUCH better introduction to jazz for a rock
: fan than Kind of Blue is, even if I love
: Kind of Blue)
: Charles Mingus - Mingus Ah Um
: Thelonious Monk - Brilliant Corners
: Lee Morgan - The Sidewinder (another ideal
: album for a rock fan trying to get into
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