vverse23: "A Love Supreme" doesn't make the list? Ah, because it's transcendent.
hanoixan: Before I die? While I die. It's the only way to truly appreciate jazz.
And clearly everybody knows that the one Miles Davis album you're supposed to listen to before you die is "On the Corner".
koeselitz: (Oh, and if you just generally would like to learn a bit more about jazz in the funnest and most pleasant way imaginable, Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz is a great way to do it. She has such great conversations with people, and they're unpretentious and highly enjoyable. There are a ton of episodes up for free listening in the archive. Now that I've gone there, I've noticed they have the Blossom Dearie episode up, so I know what I'm listening to for the next hour...)
Gygesringtone: (Btw, have you ever stopped to listen to Nina Simone's piano playing? It's easily as good as her singing).
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