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  1. FS/FT: Cecil McBee Mutima LP

    Will try with Gary first, since he contacted me first, then with Wayne if Gary and I can't work it out. Thanks to both of you.
  2. Don Sleet

    It's a really good album.
  3. So I ordered what was supposed to be a CD from Amazon UK, but they sent me an LP, which I can't use. They demand I return it to the UK, and the shipping cost net of their refund is prohibitive, to the point where I would show a further loss. I paid $41.83 total for it (talk about buyer's remorse - it was an indulgence as a birthday present to myself), will sell or trade for best reasonable offer, or will take it to ebay if no legitimate interest here in our neighborhood. PM if interested, and I'm sure we should be able to work something out.
  4. Don Sleet

    Through the kindness of a wonderful individual, I am listening to and digging the Don Sleet "All Members" album with Jimmy Heath and a hybrid of the Miles Davis rhythm sections of the time (1961 - Kelly/Carter/Cobb). Marvelous album, but Sleet truly stands out. I knew nothing else about him, but come to find that he played with Stan Kenton at like 16 years old, did recordings with Lenny McBrowne I need to track down, etc. Any other thoughts on this marvelous but mainly forgotten musician?
  5. New Terumasa Hino reissues

    And for a couple of them (Liebman, Holland), it did. But definitely looks like one of those "whole is less than the sum of the parts" cases, given the fascinating front line. I wouldn't mind owning it, for time and place sake, but not at $25-30.
  6. Tom, be sure to ping me when it becomes available. I may well be interested.
  7. Thanks Ken, that's helpful to know. Tom, send me your address, and I'll send it out to you gratis. I'll hang the Shorter on a wall myself, and don't anticipate anyone here being interested in the Marsalis.
  8. 2016 RCA Canadian import with the bonus tracks has been readily available in USA. https://www.ebay.com/itm/JEANNE-LEE-RAN-BLAKE-THE-NEWEST-SOUND-AROUND-NEW-CD/382255776013?epid=220883762&hash=item590038410d:g:pZcAAOSwLNVap53L:rk:1:pf:1&frcectupt=true
  9. Nucleus - any recommendations?

    Agreed. Also lead me to Rendell/Carr.
  10. Nucleus - any recommendations?

    This, their first two albums on one set. Karl Jenkins and John Marshall went on to Soft Machine around Soft Machine Fifth (Marshall) and Six (Jenkins). https://www.amazon.com/Elastic-Rock-Well-About-Later/dp/B0000072M0/ref=sr_1_1?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1547342683&sr=1-1&keywords=nucleus+cd The set with their third and fourth albums is also well worthwhile, with Allen Holdsworth (also later of Soft Machine) showing up. https://www.amazon.com/Solar-Plexus-Belladonna-Carr-Nucleus/dp/B00006CY64/ref=sr_1_1?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1547343035&sr=1-1&keywords=solar+plexus+belladonna
  11. What's next for Mosaic

    Per Mr. Sangrey's cogent post in the wish list thread, I fear it will just be more Binglerosey, and that the Strata-East was my last Mosaic set.
  12. Cannonball's "Nippon Soul"

    One of my very favorite Adderley works.
  13. Coltrane '58: The Prestige Recordings

    I reallylike the three smaller Prestige sets that Fantasy put out right before they sold out (in every sense) to Concord, and settled on those and sold the big 16-CD set. So no need for this, which appears to be selling for about $70. I also really liked the Miles Davis Prestige Classic Quintet box and the Bill Evans Village Vanguard box they did, and wish they could have finished those catalogs with similar corresponding boxes. Concord certainly won't.
  14. Rendell Carr 5tet rides again

    Do yourself a favor, buy this version, typically great BGO mastering, and save yourself tons of $. This will run you about $$15 for the two-CD set.
  15. Joseph Jarman - RIP

    So sorry. I just finished working through the big ECM AEC box, which heightened my appreciation of him/them even more. Giants.