Anyone interested? Right now, I'm listening to Speak No Evil, by Wayne Shorter (who, IMHO, is one of the greatest jazz saxophonists of all time). Before that, I listened to Ballads, by Stanley Turrentine, another fantastic tenor man. And prior to that, I listened to Big Band Jazz, featuring Buddy Rich & His Big Band on tracks 1-5, and Woody Herman & his big band on tracks 6-9. I already had Speak No Evil, but the others I grabbed from my old man when my wife and I visited FLA over Thanksgiving. In addition to Turrentine, Rich, and Herman, I ripped these CDs he had to my iPod: Mercy Mercy by Buddy Rich, April In Paris by Count Basie & His Orchestra, Krupa And Rich by Buddy Rich and Gene Krupa, Tenor Legacy by Joe Lavano, Every Day: The Best Of Joe Williams by Joe Williams, Hamp's Blues by Lionel Hampton, The Essence Maynard Ferguson and One More Trip to Birdland both by Maynard Ferguson, Artistry In Rhythm and At The Las Vegas Tropicana both by Stan Kenton, In Full Swing by the Tony Corbiscello Big Band, and Woody Herman Featuring Stan Getz by Woody Herman and Stan Getz. My dad has a very nice selection of jazz at home. I would've ripped a few more CDs if I had had more time to do it. Personally, my tastes run to the big band stuff he likes. Big bands from about the mid '50s up until about the mid '70s, small combos like trios, quartets or quintets, etc. As a former halfway decent tenor player, I really dig Getz, Rollins, Shorter, Coleman Hawkins, Dexter Gordon, Cannonball Adderly, Coltrane, Zoot Sims, Turrentine, Michael Brecker. Of course, I don't limit myself to just tenor. Bird, Mulligan, Paul Desmond, Eric Dolphy, Benny Carter, and countless other great saxophonists out there who helped make jazz what it is. So, who here likes jazz, and what are you into specifically?