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While I did like it, my brain wasn't quite ready for some of it so I decided to go back to the beginning more or less. I started buying Coltrane's Prestige albums which were easier for me to digest at the time.

It also made sense to me in that I would be discovering his music as he was discovering it as far as output goes. Later on when the Heavy Weight Champion box came out it made sense for me to move on to the Atlantic period so I bought it. I moved on to the Impulse years and while I have a lot of it I still don't have those last few he made before he died. The Atlantic period is still my favorite period all things considered.

I'm glad I explored his music chronologically more or less but it might not work for others. Six String , Oct 26, The Impulse period is incredible, but may be too out there for some. Location: UK. The Atlantic albums are all at least good, a few are excellent. You can't really go wrong with any material on Atlantic. The first Impulse phase with the classic group plus Dolphy now and again is my favourite, some truly astounding records, again you need all these. The last few years I find are too far out for me - a case of someone going on a personal journey with no concessions to the buying public.

Nothing wrong with that in itself but some of it is a bit hard going. It is very rare and you likely won't find it anywhere else! Thanks a million for posting this. Like you this was one of my favorite soundtracks growing up and still is. Is there any chance you can post the entire set in lossless format somewhere. As you said, it's pretty unlikely I'll find a copy of it since it's rare and out of print.

Thanks in advance! Hi Bob, I had to look that one up. I'm always up to explore a new format, but don't know anything about converting it to a lossless format. If you know of any good articles or software tools, please share the link! I was going to sell it on eBay in the next few weeks. Reserve will be high. If interested you can e-mail me through my About Me link on the right side bar.

These tunes introduced me to the world of Jazz at a very early age. I can't tell you how much I have enjoyed these tunes, when I was young and then again just now. They bring back a ton of memories and nostalgia which I've shared with my son and daughter. They both love all things JQ. Many thanks! Here's a JQ ringtone links! Jack Urso. My love of jazz can be traced to one influential piece of music — the theme for Jonny Quest , the ground-breaking Hanna-Barbara animated TV show that ran from to , followed by two revival series and a couple full-length TV movies.

Breaking away from the steady diet of anthropomorphic animals and stone-age families that populated Saturday morning television in the early s, Jonny Quest featured a realistic animation style and was designed to look and sound as though it was a live-action, prime time program.

In fact, the show ran in an early prime time slot on Friday nights during its original run. The show is an iconic portrayal of the era in which it was made and remains an animated classic to this day. For the space-age baby-boomer generation living in the immediate post-Kennedy era Jonny Quest modeled our highest aspirations at the time: science and technology, a global community, and rugged individualism.

The enemies ranged from primitive fire-god worshippers and organized criminal syndicates to mad scientists and monsters. The show was also arguably ahead of its time in that the name of Jonny's constant companion — Hadji — suggests the boy is Muslim, though his faith is never explicitly discussed.

Then again, Jonny's faith, other than in science and adventure, is also never discussed. Ok, so it was a highly polished, commercial big-band brass sound, but the piece perfectly captures the action-adventure theme music that typified the s sound, which also includes such themes as those from the TV shows Hawaii Five-O, Mission: Impossible, and The Mod Squad.

The Jonny Quest theme proved so popular that it was recycled by ever thrifty Hanna-Barbara in other shows for decades to come, including the incidental music. Rather than being thematically unrelated pieces of music serving as forgettable background noise, the incidental music here establishes mood and pacing using memorable note progressions and minor themes — some of which could well be expanded into full-length compositions.

By repeating these themes throughout the series, the incidental music becomes part of the narrative. In this sense, one is reminded how the multimedia aspects of video can provide a more fully immersive story-telling experience. With the 2-CD set running nearly 1 hour 49 minutes, we can see that the incidental music played a larger role in the series than the more memorable opening and closing themes.

Curtin revealed some secrets behind the production of the music in a interview with ClassicJonnyQuest. The band used for the sessions was a jazz ensemble consisting of four trumpets, six trombones, five woodwind doublers, and a five-man rhythm section including percussion.

Two of the drummers were Alvin Stohler and Frankie Capp. The titles of the cues themselves were not named by Curtin, but rather by the sound editors. The origin of this recording remains unknown as there is no publisher listed. A gift from secret JQ fans from inside Hanna Barbara?

Perhaps, but, regardless, here we can hear not just the classic opening and closing themes, but also all the incidental music, including cues and dialog tracks.

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Mar 31,  · I suppose things like Trane's first recorded solo I think with Earl Bostic are things of marginal value, and put to it, my favorite years from his are , re, I tend to prefer the things done in his earlier years on the Impulse label, but even his ventures FAR outside in his last 3 years have much to recommend them, but hardly a suitable.

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