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  1. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    More music from a certain Hungarian guitarist: Attila Zoller - Dream Bells (Enja) with Frank Luther (b) and Sonny Brown (d); recorded live at the Domicile in '76.
  2. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Orrin Evans - ". . . It was beauty" (Criss Cross) Orrin Evans is a remarkable musician, particularly in a trio setting. This one and Flip the Script are both five-star records, imho. Attila Zoller - When It's Time (Enja) with Lee Konitz, Larry Willis, Santi Debriano and Yoron Israel
  3. Concord enters the 5 LPs box market

    This means that Concord now owns all of the Muse catalog -- except for the few titles owned by Don Schlitten -- correct?
  4. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Keith Jarrett - Mysteries / Shades (ABC Impulse)
  5. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Steve Turre - Right There (Antilles) with John Blake (vn); Akua Dixon Turre (vc); Buster Williams (b), Billy Higgins (d); and others.
  6. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Richie Beirach / David Liebman - Omerta (Trio / Storyville) One of their many terrific duo sessions. Recorded in 1978.
  7. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Such an astonishing record -- and Edition Two as well. Coincidentally, I'm also listening to Bill Evans: I think I Will Say Goodbye is the best studio LP from the latter part of Evans' career.
  8. Teddy Edwards in excelsis

    I guess you're right, Jim. I just meant that it was made available for a second time in the early 70s by Contemporary, and that particular issue wasn't an original -- and therefore more expensive -- pressing. On a related note: It's a bit surprising that this recording wasn't reissued (! ) as an LP in the OJC series. (It was only available as a CD -- at least according to discogs.)
  9. Motor on my Nitty Gritty LP Cleaner Has Died

    Checking back in on this thread. . . Rather than trying to fix my busted Nitty Gritty (for now, at least), I decided to purchase a similar (but less expensive) Record Doctor V, made by Audio Advisor. I've only had this new unit for a few days, but it seems to work very well -- pretty much exactly like the Nitty Gritty did. I've said it before, but I think anyone who spins vinyl regularly should invest in a vacuum-type LP cleaner. They're well worth the cost. This particular unit is $200. I'd accumulated several used LPs since my old machine broke. Listening to them "before and after" cleaning with the Record Doctor is quite a revelation. Clean records sound MUCH better.
  10. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Now spinning this LP: Michel Petrucciani / Ron McClure - Cold Blues (Owl)
  11. Teddy Edwards in excelsis

    Big Beat Steve, According to discogs, there was an early-70s Contemporary reissue of this LP in the US. See https://www.discogs.com/Teddy-Edwards-Quartet-Teddys-Ready/release/3129004 Might be worth investigating. I've never heard that particular reissue, so I can't remark on the sound.
  12. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Sir Roland Hanna & Davey Yarborough - Royal Essence: An Evening of Ellington (Jazzmont) JD Allen - Radio Flyer (Savant)
  13. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Arturo O'Farrill and the Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra - Song for Chico (Zoho)