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Jazz "concept" albums are the focus on the episode, as the boys wonder if such things exist, and, if they do, if Pat could recognize one in dark alley.
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Four new releases and nearly as many opinions on each one, which is tough to do on a two-man podcast.
The boys look at four "jazz adjacent" pop albums - two from the past, two younger than yesterday.
Releases by Coltrane, Dolphy, and Sonny Clark keep the boys busy.
Some girls are bigger than others, and some jazz albums are artier than others - make of that what you will.
It's a deep dive into deep-voiced singer Sarah Vaughan - one of the three great avatars of the female jazz vocalist tradition.
Four 2019 releases are the focus this fortnight, ranging from trios to a progressive opus to a vocalist Eno-izing things left and right.
Two very different fusion albums from the seventies - and two from the twenty-teens - are the focus of this fortnight's fandangle.
Four drummer-leaders provide fodder for this fortnight's discussion and the most famous one gets flogged.
Ten-inchers from the fifties are the focus of this fortnight's podcast.