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  1. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    Why were they upset? Until now I've been very impressed by their Incus series.
  2. That very same picture is used for the cover of the recent reissue of the "Wayning Moments" LP on the Spanish Jazz Images label. In fact, it's part of a whole series (the Francis Wolff Collection) reusing photographs from the book. (Remember the "Jean-Pierre Leloir"- and "William Claxton"-series on the same label?) I don't know about the books, but (most of?) the LP's on the label are at best grey-area releases.
  3. ICP LP 006 Groupcomposing - Corbett vs. Dempsey release

    "Tetterettet" is an onomatopoeia for the sound of a trumpet. Which is somewhat funny, because no one's playing trumpet on this session. But it's a great record.
  4. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    I happen to have a spare copy (very decent VG+), but am not looking for money. I greatly prefer trades. @ sidewinder: how does the Trunk reissue compare to the original? And do they explain why they didn't use the original cover?
  5. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    You need all nine of them, even if you already own the original Incus issues.
  6. Tony Coe

    I think you'll like his two Nato albums: "Tournée du Chat" and "Le Chat Se Retourne". Regardless of genre, Tony Coe on a record is almost always a considerable plus.
  7. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    Clifford, if you cannot convince sidewinder to part with his original: Discogs has another "factory sample" copy for sale. At 4,400 euro and with the dollar still rising, it's a steal. Honest Jon's really deserves the highest praise for their Derek Bailey reissues. Incredible value for money.
  8. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    Yes, they were. I remember reading about this very recording on another (German?) music forum, where a member also wondered about the identity of the performers. The Austrian SQ (or rather Österreichische Streichquartett) was founded by Paul Roczek, who became professor of violin at the Salzburger Mozarteum. The other (original) members were Peter Katt (violin), Jürgen Geise (viola), and Wilfred Tachezi (cello), all of them also associated with the Mozarteum. Even in an extremely competitive field, their performance of the Janacek quartets is very worthwhile.
  9. Horace Tapscott Live at IUCC

    There was an extra song from the same 1979 PAPA concert on the CD-reissue of "Live At The I.U.C.C." ("McKowsky's First Fifth"). I wonder why they didn't include that track in the new triple vinyl-set. Actually, that same track was on the recent vinyl reissue (on the same label) of the Jesse Sharps Quintet, but that's an unrelated 1985 studio session. So they replicated the 2004 CD of the Jesse Sharps Quintet (which also included the PAPA track as a bonus) on a double album set and then reissued the PAPA concert on a triple set leaving out that track. I don't really understand that decision and even find it rather annoying.
  10. Hannibal Lokumbe (Marvin Peterson)

    Sure? In the liner notes of her 1982 album ("Introducing" a.k.a. "Do It Now"), both are interviewed as siblings.
  11. Hannibal Lokumbe (Marvin Peterson)

    I really like the seventies recordings with his Sunrise Orchestra (Children Of Fire, Hannibal, The Light...). At that time, he also played on a lot of other great records: the Richard Davis album mentioned above, Jazz Composers' Orchestra, Pharaoh Sanders, Billy Hart's "Enchance"... Always good to have him on board. To be honest, I didn't know about his later activities as a composer or about the Lokumbe name. @ Jim: Pat (the singer) is his sister, isn't she?
  12. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    The Earle Brown curated "Contemporary Sound Series" was also issued on Time's Series 2000. The cover of the Japanese original could help to get an idea of the visualization:
  13. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    It's a bit of a difficult confession, but I always wanted to love the NRG Ensemble records more than I actually do. I greatly prefer his solo side on Eftsoons.
  14. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    Sometimes Discogs really is a treasure trove of disocgraphic information: "Trip Jazz" was a series of the Trip label started in 1974. They mainly reissued albums that were originally released by the EmArcy, Limelight and Mercury labels. The records mentioned by Big Beat Steve (with miniaturized b/w versions of the original covers) were part of the "Trip Jazz - Special Collectors Series". The Trip label itself was a subsidiary of Springboard International Records, Inc. Some other sublabels of Springboard were UpFront and also Catalyst. The "Kawaida" album was originally (1970) released on the O'Be label and reissued in 1974 on Trip Jazz. Like Clifford said, in Japan it was issued on Mercury (licensed by Springboard). For Europe, the album was licensed to the DJM label and marketed as a Herbie Hancock-Don Cherry title: During the CD era, the album was reissued several times under Hancock's name. Some of the more "creative" packaging ideas were:
  15. Great Finds

    The Tatrai SQ performed the string quartets (admirably) in the Complete Bartok Edition on the Hungaroton label. These are probably the same recordings, but I'm afraid a budget label pressing isn't the best way to enjoy them. The Household Muse ("La Muse Menagère") is actually Madeleine Milhaud, the composer's niece and also wife (she then became Madame Madeleine Milhaud-Milhaud ), to whom the piano suite is dedicated.