Any serious jazz fan has probably seen this video, but for those who haven't, this is one of the best versions of the Miles Davis' classic "So What" recorded on film. Dig Miles Davis (tp) and John Coltrane's (sax) solo's, with Wynton Kelly (p), Paul Chambers (b), and Jimmy Cobb (dr) laying down a solid rhythm section. The whole vibe is amazing. I've seen this video a hundred times, and each time it sends shivers down my spine.
Hi Miles,We use to work on the doors together at Loco Stokes Croft in the mid 1990 s. Glad to see you are doing well on the radio.I have just reealsed a 6 track mix tape entitlted Ratrace'.Some of the proceeds are going towards Dimentia amd research on this illness.The Cd it's self is quite a conscious' CD looking at things such as the Aids Virus, Political Affairs, Environmental Pollution,Religion etc.Could you feature some of the tracks on your show please. I can send you a copy of the CD to see what you think of it/review it.I've got 4 outlets that I am selling the CD from with the possibility of another 6 outlets in Bristol.Keep up the good work!!M.C Scorpio/Bristol (07796504251)
Thursday, June 07, 2012 12:36 PM
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