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  1. Late 60's Early 70's Blue Note Lesser Known Jems

    Rooster, I agree, Idris is fine but I really do not dig the Mizell bros. Two things that only came out years later but which BN at least thought about putting out at the time that I ttotally, unreservedly do dig: Grant Green Quintet Houston Person, tenor sax; Clarence Thomas, tenor, soprano sax; Ronnie Foster, organ; Grant Green, guitar; Idris Muhammad, drums. "Club Mozambique", Detroit, MI, 1st set, January 6, 1971 Patches Blue Note rejected More Today Than Yesterday - One Less Bell To Answer - Bottom Of The Barrel - Jan Jan - Make It Easy On Yourself - Farid Blue Note unissued One More Chance Blue Note rejected Grant Green Quintet same personnel. "Club Mozambique", Detroit, MI, 2nd set, January 6, 1971 Patches Blue Note rejected One Less Bell To Answer - Bottom Of The Barrel Blue Note unissued I Am Somebody - Glenda Blue Note rejected One More Chance - Walk On By Blue Note unissued Grant Green Quintet same personnel. "Club Mozambique", Detroit, MI, 3rd set, January 6, 1971 Jan Jan Blue Note rejected More Today Than Yesterday - One More Chance Blue Note unissued Grant Green Quintet same personnel. "Club Mozambique", Detroit, MI, 1st set, January 7, 1971 One More Chance Blue Note rejected Jan Jan - More Today Than Yesterday Blue Note unissued Farid Blue Note rejected Grant Green Quintet same personnel. "Club Mozambique", Detroit, MI, 2nd set, January 7, 1971 I Am Somebody Blue Note rejected Patches - Bottom Of The Barrel - Walk On By - Glenda Blue Note unissued Make It Easy On Yourself - Grant Green Quintet same personnel. "Club Mozambique", Detroit, MI, 3rd set, January 7, 1971 Jan Jan Blue Note unissued Patches - I Am Somebody Blue Note rejected Walk On By - A full CD's worth (dbl LP) came out in the Rare Groove series but no One Less Bell or Make It Easy Lonnie Smith Septet Dave Hubbard, tenor sax; Ronnie Cuber, baritone sax; Lonnie Smith, organ, vocals; George Benson, guitar; Joe Dukes, drums; Gary Jones, congas; Clifford Mack, tambourine. "Club Mozambique", Detroit, MI, May 21, 1970 tk.1 Love Bowl Blue Note B1-31880 tk.2 Piece Of Mind - tk.3 Play It Back rejected tk.4 I Can't Stand It Blue Note B1-31880 tk.5 Move Your Hand rejected tk.6 I Want To Thank You For Loving Me - tk.7 Scream Blue Note B1-31880 tk.8 Expressions - tk.9 Play It Back Sorry 'bout the weird formatting!
  2. CONTEST: 2019 GREY CUP

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  3. Late 60's Early 70's Blue Note Lesser Known Jems

    This session, only issued as bonus tracks to the CDs for two albums Patton cut with Blood Ulmer. Fine session, love to see it all together on vinyl. John Patton Quartet Marvin Cabell, soprano, tenor sax; George Coleman, tenor sax; John Patton, organ; Leroy Williams, drums. Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, June 9, 1969 tk.5 Buddy Boy Blue Note CDP 7243 8 53924 2 9 tk.16 2 J - tk.23 Man From Tanganyika Blue Note CDP 7243 8 35221 2 5 tk.25 Cissy Strut - tk.30 Dragon Slayer - tk.33 Sweet Pea Blue Note CDP 7243 8 53924 2 9 * Blue Note CDP 7243 8 53924 2 9 John Patton - Accent On The Blues 1997 * Blue Note CDP 7243 8 35221 2 5 John Patton - Memphis To New York Spirit 1996 It's interesting to me that Patton never recorded with Idris Muhammad who was all over BN (& Prestige) in those years. Hank Mobley Sextet Dizzy Reece, trumpet; Slide Hampton, trombone; Hank Mobley, tenor sax; Vince Benedetti, piano; Alby Cullaz, bass; Philly Joe Jones, drums. Barclay Studios, Paris, France, July 12, 1969 4804 tk.5 Early Morning Stroll Blue Note BST 84329 4805 tk.12 18th Hole - 4806 tk.18 Feelin' Folksy - 4807 tk.24 Snappin' Out - 4808 tk.26 The Flip - * Blue Note BST 84329 Hank Mobley - The Flip 1969 Hank Mobley Sextet Woody Shaw, trumpet; Hank Mobley, tenor sax; Cedar Walton, piano; Eddie Diehl, guitar; Mickey Bass, bass; Leroy Williams, drums. Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, July 31, 1970 6734 tk.6 You Gotta Hit It Blue Note BST 84367 6735 tk.8 Justine - 6738 tk.10 Gayle's Groove - 6736 tk.18 Talk About Gittin' It - 6737 tk.23 Suite: Thinking Of Home / The Flight / Home At Last - * Blue Note BST 84367, BST 84417 Hank Mobley - Thinking Of Home (not released) = Blue Note LT-1045 Hank Mobley - Thinking Of Home 1980 As is so typical of BN during that period, the one issued right away is good but the one that didn't come out for a decade is great.
  4. Late 60's Early 70's Blue Note Lesser Known Jems

    Manhattan Fever on CD is one cut short on the 2nd session, unfortunately.
  5. Late 60's Early 70's Blue Note Lesser Known Jems

    If nothing else, I think Kenny Cox et al were among the first to fully digest what the 2nd Quintet was up to. as far as a gem goes, I'd nominate this one: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manhattan_Fever
  6. Didn't Mosaic consider the John Carter Roots & Folklore series at one point but they couldn't get the licensing straightened out (Multiple labels)?
  7. the other Don Cherry

    There's at least three of note. I'm going to miss the outfits. at least. He called out by the Royal Canadian Legion for his remarks.
  8. the other Don Cherry

    Ha! Maybe Don started to believe his own act?
  9. the other Don Cherry

    Found it!
  10. the other Don Cherry

    That's interesting, never met the guy and he was not a Habs fan, publicly, but I guess the suits work (or not) in any language!
  11. the other Don Cherry

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-50241256?fbclid=IwAR0Wo5uE5xy2w5d0CXwZ6EB9frvCYphTR96UrqhUhrPphboYNt6mocW4EOk I'll miss the crazy suits, but that's about it, hope this isn't too political.
  12. 2019 #CFL season

    Boy, you're testing my memory there: I think it could go cold/warn/cold in 24 hours which could be a problem. Or it could be buckets of snow blowing sideways. Or fine.
  13. 2019 #CFL season

    Calgary in late November, the weather could be pretty much anything...or are they indoors there now?
  14. New - Grant Green - Sunday Mornin’ LP reissue

    It's a nice enuff record, neither my most favorite nor my least. Like the replica inner sleeve, details!
  15. LF John Patton "Blue John"

    I've got the bonus tracks version, and while I was glad to have 'em and am intrigued by the two still unissued, I feel Alfred made the right choices here by focusing on the grease which is sizzling hot on these two sessions. My favorite Braith by far and among my fav Patton and Green. I love the mystery of this album appearing on later back covers and being discussed as if it had been issued when in fact it hadn't.