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  • SchruDejaVu

    Greetings from Cologne ! Great Jazz Scott ~ Schru*

    12 Nov 2012 Rispondi
  • wlodio

    Hiya! Greetings from Poland! :-)

    15 Ott 2012 Rispondi
  • cbare

    Hello from Seattle. I've been getting into a few European jazz musicians, including Julia Hülsmann that you mentioned, and also Misha Alperin. About the Dillon album, I'm afraid I don't have any deep thoughts. I suppose I'm a sucker for a pretty face on an album cover. It's somewhere in the same neighborhood as Everything but the Girl, Imogen Heap and Bjork.

    23 Nov 2011 Rispondi
  • barrospablito

    Of course. Every album from ECM is special. I love Lontano and Litania.

    21 Nov 2011 Rispondi
  • Chillldren

    Hey from great Russia) and thanks for added!!!) Your Musical taste so tasty) and ECM) else)

    20 Nov 2011 Rispondi
  • fotofax43

    Hi, sorry that my resonse comes so late, have been busy. Yes, I agree, Passau is a lovely place, I have been there for New Years eve some years ago. May I recommend to you Stuttgart? We have a good audience for jazz.. The location is called "BIX" you find it here: http://www.bix-stuttgart.de/. And of course I just now are listening to scottmclemeres radio.. Love this kind of music. Progressive but in a "human" way.. greetings from fototfax

    20 Nov 2011 Rispondi
  • jseefeldt

    Late response to your message--tough week at work! Don't know about Leyland Kirby's mood inclinations (connection between the personal and the person's creative output always an interesting and complex topic), but I find his exploration of memory through music deeply affecting and very creative. His work as The Caretaker is like being inside the head of someone who's struggling with memory and identity--disturbing, and somehow beautiful at the same time. As for Olafur Arnalds: Yes! Got to hear him and his ensemble live at a bookstore in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, a very intimate setting. Absolutely mesmerizing and beautiful! Thanks for the link to your tracks--wonderful experience to hear shared musical interests reflected through listening to your own playing. Looking forward to hearing more. Also listened to some ASA Trio (Love Supreme). Organ, guitar, drums not a type of ensemble I've heard much! Organ reminds me of Joe Zawinul with Miles back in the 1960s. Loved it!

    9 Nov 2011 Rispondi
  • RamblinMan

    Thanks for the recommendations - I'll check them out. A couple of my faves recently that you might want to check out are Trichotomy (a piano trio from Australia), and Matthew Halsall, a wonderful trumpter from Manchester.

    6 Nov 2011 Rispondi
  • jseefeldt

    Hey from Central Pennsylvania! I really enjoy Wasilewski's playing. I've collected a lot of jazz piano over the years, and the breadth and variety of music today blending different styles and traditions is just incredible. In a totally different vein, been listening to a lot of Leyland Kirby lately (as himself and as The Caretaker): http://leylandkirby.bandcamp.com/.

    5 Nov 2011 Rispondi
  • fotofax43

    Hi, yes indeed I try not to stand still in my understanding of music. But I have to admit, most of all I like jazz in most of its variaties.. Gretting from Germany

    5 Nov 2011 Rispondi
  • RamblinMan

    Hey - thanks for the shout, the friendship and the tumblr follow. Won't be able to make London later in the month but hope it goes well. I'm quite new to much of this jazz stuff I'm afraid, but enjoying exploring a new musical language.

    4 Nov 2011 Rispondi
  • u235g

    Hi - yes, Hekselman is great - I like very much the new album "Hearts wide open" http://www.giladhekselman.com/ best

    4 Nov 2011 Rispondi
  • Mind_astray

    I'm in love with this Polish jazz, like Stanko and Marcin Wasilewski. Stealing some of your songs too...great taste! Cheers

    4 Nov 2011 Rispondi
  • lukaszstec86

    English is a worldwide language so we can communicate easily. I adore Stanko who is a really good trumpet player. I must say that I've started listening to jazz thanks to his album C.O.C.X. If you knew Polish well, you could look into his autobiography which was published last year. I recommend a new cd from Enrico Rava Quintet entitled "Tribe". Sort of a pleasant timbre!

    4 Nov 2011 Rispondi
  • mmnu

    thanks for the recommandation, i'll look into it. good luck with the london jazz festival and the new album!

    4 Nov 2011 Rispondi
  • SallyBrown64

    It's a pleasure to share. Music has no distance !

    3 Nov 2011 Rispondi
  • mmnu

    yes but it makes sense because i was confirming what you said about me. i guess a simple "indeed, hi there" would've been enough but i also checked your library and yes, you were right, we both like piano trios. there, confirmation no 2 :)) isn't this great?

    3 Nov 2011 Rispondi
  • mmnu

    hey there, sure, thank you for the friendship request! yup, i have a thing for piano trios, just like you apparently :)

    3 Nov 2011 Rispondi
  • gozkoray

    Likewise mate. Soon, I shall discover your wife's and your own records

    2 Nov 2011 Rispondi
  • SunnaGunnlaugs

    Hi, I dig your playlist... seems like we have a lot in common :)

    4 Set 2010 Rispondi
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I play the drums. I live in Iceland although I'm American. My wife is jazz pianist Sunna Gunnlaugs. My latest is called "Remote Location" and features her and 3 other Icelandic musicians. The compositions revolve around the three places I have called home: Virginia, New York and Iceland. You can listen to it in full here:
http://scottmclemore.bandcamp.com

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