April 17, 2022 – 7:04 am

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Paris 2002 [no label, 1CD]

Festival Banlieues Bleues. Live at Seine-Saint-Denis, Paris, France; April 5, 2002. Very good FM broadcast.

Adam Shatz, thenation.com:

Mal Waldron’s style is invariably described as “brooding” - almost all of his pieces are in a minor key - but it could also be described as analytical. Most jazz pianists work to create an effect of outward motion when they improvise. Swing, after all, is a musical analogue of dance, and its aim is to make the body more expansive and supple. Waldron’s music appears to work in nearly the opposite direction, burrowing ever more deeply into its materials: He seems to be on an inward journey.

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Track 01. Untitled 39:46
Track 02. Untitled 17:09
57 mins

Mal Waldron - piano
Sean Bergin - tenor sax
Jean-Jacques Avenel - bass
John Betsch - drums

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  1. 8 Responses to “JAZZ ON SUNDAY: MAL WALDRON QUARTET - PARIS 2002”

  2. He might be my dad. Mom fucked a LOT of guys who looked like him.

    By DD on Apr 17, 2022

  3. This idiot who makes these posts must write down our names and make up the same shit over and over. HHH-shitting his pants, DD-you gots 2 hopes Bob and none at all and the above comment, For me its the same thing No one cares about the crap I post here.
    I’m a lonely, sick little man. I wish this fucking turdbrain would die

    By Derrick on Apr 18, 2022

  4. Im jagging off like crazy because April 20th is Hitlers Birthday. I wish another great man like Hitler would rise again. Or another General Lee. One to wipe out the jews and one to wipe out the coons

    By Derrick on Apr 18, 2022

  5. The name stealing jew bastard should get what Christopher Plummer gets in my fave movie The Sound Of Music

    By HHH on Apr 18, 2022

  6. Jimmy Page
    18 Apr 1993
    I was interviewed on Finnish TV with David Coverdale
    On this day in 1993, David Coverdale and I were interviewed on Enëmmän tätä, Fin-TV, as part of the press junket for EMI promoting the Coverdale Page album.

    By Jimmy Page on Apr 18, 2022

  7. I’m a lonely, sick little man.

    No one cares about the crap I post here.

    By Derrick on Apr 18, 2022

  8. Shit your pants Derrick, you’ll feel much better.

    I always do with a smelly squishy turd in my drawers.

    By HHH on Apr 18, 2022

  9. Hey triple, you must have a huge laundry bill.

    By Derrick on Apr 19, 2022

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