Five best Jazz Albums - post 1989

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your five best jazz albums of the past 25 years or so

John Zorn - Naked City
John Scofield - Uberjam
Sonny Sharrock - Ask the Ages
Pat Metheny - The Way Up
Nils Petter Molvar - Baboon Moon

NJ Joe

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Quote from: bwv 1080 on May 01, 2014, 12:51:53 PM
your five best jazz albums of the past 25 years or so

John Zorn - Naked City
Sonny Sharrock - Ask the Ages

Yes and yes.

Also:

Keith Jarrett - Changeless
Egberto Gismonti - Sanfona
John Scofield - Grace Under Pressure

Also:

Lenny Breau - Cabin Fever
Bill Frisell - Where In the World
Tribal Tech - Illicit
Weather Report - Live and Unreleased
Shawn Lane - Personae


"Music can inspire love, religious ecstasy, cathartic release, social bonding, and a glimpse of another dimension. A sense that there is another time, another space and another, better universe."
-David Byrne

mn dave


Mirror Image

Quote from: NJ Joe on May 01, 2014, 05:26:16 PM
Bill Frisell - What In the World

You mean Where in the World? I'm a huge Frisellian. Loved his late 80s, early 90s output.

My 5 best jazz albums post-1989:

Bill Frisell: Have A Little Faith
Jan Garbarek: Rites
Tomasz Stanko: Suspended Night
Stefon Harris: African Tarantella
Ryga/Rosnes Quartet: Deep Cove
"Humility is society's greatest misconception."

My "Top 5" Favorite Composers: Debussy, Mahler, Strauss, Sibelius and Bartók


NJ Joe

Quote from: Mirror Image on May 01, 2014, 05:57:25 PM
You mean Where in the World? I'm a huge Frisellian. Loved his late 80s, early 90s output.

Yes, thanks, that's the one. Me too.
"Music can inspire love, religious ecstasy, cathartic release, social bonding, and a glimpse of another dimension. A sense that there is another time, another space and another, better universe."
-David Byrne