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That is amazing, Judith, since so few people seem to appreciate Jazz. That was one of the main genres I was brought up on. I've finally got access to the whole Ken Burns series and need to find some time to start going through it.
 
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Hi, Rion, I lived with some wanna be jazz musicians for awhile who played a lot of coltrane and Monk and Ornette coleman... all those "new" jazz guys then...and I've always loved that period of sixties jazz and on into new stuff now. When everyone was selling their vinyl maybe twenty years ago we bought up a lot of jazz and blues and rock and roll...a lot of good early folk too. With no kids at home I'm out or touch with much new music except what our community radio plays.
 
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My friend has a great English folk album collection. I will have to raid it and post some on here. No worries, Judith. We are all a little out of touch in some way or another. That is a good thing.

 
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Dennis Bovell & Roots United - Fall Babylon

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6lKxuhqCLA
 
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...got out some Max Roach albums to play later..not really morning music...his drums need some room. Is he still living?
 
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No, he passed away. It is good 2AM music.
 
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Spending this morning thinking about Keith Richards and the open G

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iLddJ1WceHQ
 
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Gimme Shelter, my favorite Stones tune, may be a repost. Also in G.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvCG7kgxeCc
 
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Nice choices Rion, let it bleed indeed. Here's one from my favorite Stones album, Beggars Banquet.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8NfWcqIdEE

And some Zambian music from the 70's

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vM_A-bZY15Y&playnext=1&list=PL825B98AAA3B5AC51&feature=results_video
 
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