Wed Nov 13 06:18:27 PST 2019
very well-arranged jazz-inflected section work. I think it's a good line of
demarcation and probably the best I've seen. Certainly very imperfect, but
it does the job in identifying the truly enjoyable records. Plus there's
always the companion volumes of dance band records, now surpassed by
ADBORAF, of course.
This is coming a very moldy fig.
On Mon, Nov 18, 2019, 4:14 PM Kristjan Saag <saag at telia.com.invalid> wrote:
> BTW: how accurate do you think Rust is in sorting out jazz records from
> dance music and popular? Too harsh? Too liberal?
> Jensen, for instance, is very much a child of his time: every pop singer
> with a soul or r 'n' b leaning is listed (Aretha Franklin, NIna Simone);
> Big bands who have jazz roots and play good enough jazz are left out
> (Les Brown, Sauter-Finegan). But what about Rust?
> I'm sure there is some opinion about this in the crowd.
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