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Cannonball Adderley: Live in Los Angeles, Tokyo and Lugano 1962 - 1963
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(Nov 25, 2008)
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on May 11, 2011
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Hey jazzcats and jazzboes, I feel so honored to be here to offer my remarks. Sorry, I will not go into great detail as I am writing this while watching it for the first time, fresh outta the plastic wrapper. I want to submit this as the first review, just in case some other jazz freak has just received his/her copy today. Hey, gimme a break, please; it will be the first time I was ever first at anything, so to represent Cannonball, Lateef, and Zawinul on Amazon ahead of anyone else, let me have this one, please. :) So, when I looked closely at the dvd cover pictured above before ordering, I saw the very small words "Featuring Joe Zawinul" and I immediately hoped that it had "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy", "Country Preacher", or "74 Miles Away", but no because these are '62 and '63 performances. So back to what I'm seeing: At this point, Cannonball is introducing the band individually at the Japan concert. The first part is in Los Angeles, second is Tokyo, and third is Switzerland. Yusef Lateef is quite a badass on his horns and flutes, and everyone else is awesome, too. Eighteen dollars for something that I could never perform myself, brings so much aesthetic pleasure, and it lasts a lifetime in my collection - I still can't get over it! By the time this is over, I believe I will be able to say "This was approximately 105 minutes of fantastic black-and-white jazz heaven" because that's certainly the way it is heading, you heads, but for now this is your fellow jazzhead signing off to focus on the rest of this. Enjoy, and once again, I was the first!