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  1. Oscar Peterson session not on jazzdisco-

    track Heat Wave" This might be with Ray Brown (b) & Barney Kessel (g) from 1952 on label World Transmission Records track "Swinging till the girls come home was issued on Verve VSP/VSPS-42 Oscar Peterson at JATP probably from 1953 The rest looks also as some JATP recordings with the early Peterson Trio. Later Herb Ellis was on guitar. Hope this helps
  2. Transition label

    Here are my 2 Transition label recordings (japanese reissued) 710 Pomeroy,Herb Jazz in a Stable 1955 Transition(jap) 1 855 Watkins,Dough Watkins at Large 1955 Transition(jap) 20
  3. Finnish Jazz

    Thanks for the Info. I add here my little stock - I'm more on the big band side: CD Johansson,Marku The first seven UMO Bigband plays BAT 1991 Beta 4028 Finland CD Kosimäki,Jouni Natura nihil agit frustra 1989 Joko 001 ld Finland CD Linnavalli,Esko UMO Bigband plays M.R.Abrahams 1989 UMO 101 ld Finland LP Linnavalli,Esko UMO Jazz Orchestra plays Koivistonen & Linkola 1985 Finnlevy 5123 cond Finland CD Saari,Jarmo a.o. Finnish Jazz 1995 1995 Finnish Jazz 904 div Finland CD Sampler Finnish Jazz 1991 1991 Finjazz 903 Finland CD Sarmanto,Heikki UMO Jazzorchestra "KALEVALA FANTASY" 1987 Finlandia 599362 ld Finland CD Sarpila,Annti UMO Jazz Ochestra live in concert 1991 AS 005 cl/ld Finland LP Sopanen,Hannu Imatra Bigband 1987 Imatra 003 Finland
  4. George Coleman's "The Quartet"

    A snapshot "in action" on Nov.02, 1981 at Jazzclub Koblenz
  5. Finnish Jazz

    An official book about Finnish Jazz
  6. Monk + Giants of Jazz tour

    Thanks Fabio, yes looks very interesting. Any source available? Have about 1.500 reels/Cassette tapes with unissued material and only a small portion digitized I do collect only specials like the one mentionerd above if the quality is first rate. Willie
  7. Stan Kenton -

    For me with a lot of Kenton Items in the collection these are the 2 discs I favourite most: a) New concepts of artistry in rhythm b) Contemporary concepts.
  8. Monk + Giants of Jazz tour

    Thats what I have collected so far CD-R Giants of Jazz Tour De Force 1969 Moon Records 006-2 LP Giants of Jazz Giants of Jazz in Berlin 1971 Emarcy(jap) 10108 LP Giants of Jazz Bob Fathers (Winding/Monk/Stitt/Blakey/McKibbon) 1971 Joker(jap) 142(2) CD-R Giants of Jazz Giants of Jazz + Dizzie Gillespie Quintet - live - 1971-74 Jazz Door 1277 LP Giants of Jazz The Giants of Jazz 1972 Atlantic(2) 2-905 LP Giants of Jazz Giants of Jazz in Switzerland 1972 Emarcy(jap) 10090 CD Giants of Jazz Live at the 1972 Monterey Jazz Festival 1972 MJF Records 08807230..
  9. George Coleman's "The Quartet"

    Thanks for that. Have to look it up. Hilton Ruiz on bord is great. Here you can find more on a list of his recordings https://www.discogs.com/de/artist/253367-George-Coleman
  10. Hilton Ruiz - Ceora

    Was a treat for sure .... It really was. They came from Laren, Netherlands, where they played several concerts in November 1981
  11. George Coleman's "The Quartet"

    Mentioning George Coleman (in the Hilton Ruiz thread) reminds me of a concert we had in our private jazzclub in Koblenz, Germany with the George Coleman Octet on Dec. 02, 1981 George Coleman (ts & Leader) / Sal Nistico (ts) / Danny Moore (tp) / Mario Rivera (bs) / Bobby Watson (as) / Harold Mabern (p) / Clint Houston (b) / Billy Higgisns (dr) Here is the only LP I have fom the GC Octet with slighly different band members: Affinity AFF 178 (reissue of original Catalyst LP) Fotos from the Koblenz concert will follow
  12. Hilton Ruiz - Ceora

    Mentioning George Coleman reminds me of a concert we had in our private jazzclub in Koblenz, Germany with the George Coleman Octet on Dec. 02, 1981 George Coleman (ts & Leader) / Sal Nistico (ts) / Danny Moore (tp) / Mario Rivera (bs) / Bobby Watson (as) / Harold Mabern (p) / Clint Houston (b) / Billy Higgisns (dr) Have to check my fotoarchive for some fotos I shot.
  13. Hilton Ruiz - Ceora

    Great. I like his style very much (even as Bill Evans & Oscar Peterson fan). Living in a small town near the Rhine river there is not much live jazz available.
  14. Hilton Ruiz - Ceora

    On top of this thread the artist looked like a sax player to me. But he is obviously not the leader So you seem to be correct. The speaker in that clip looks like the Hilton Ruiz I know so I have to correct my post. Thanks for the INFO ;-}}
  15. THE CREATIVE WORLD OF STAN KENTON

    I have that album on CD and it gets its spin every year to the holidays. A fine sound for me but not as adventurous as "Contemporary Concepts" with the great Bill Holman arrangemets ;-]]