Claude Schlouch

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  • Birthday 04/03/1941

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  • Location Marseille
  • Interests Jazz listening and writing

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  1. Kenny Clarke-Francy Boland Big Band

    Hi folks, I recently discovered that I have a copy containing stereo tracks of the session that produced the “Out Of The Folk Bag” album and that could be the ones to be released next October 2018 on the Rearward label. In an old post, I noted that “The Turk” issued on Supraphon issues has an additional trumpet solo at the start of the tune This solo is on the below stereo version (3:14). Belgium: Nice Bunch 2:59 England: Greensleeves 6:53 Italy: Funiculi, Funicula 5:18 Poland: Nights In Warsaw 4:52 USA: I Don't Want Nothin' 5:52 Turkey: The Turk 3:14 Canada: Here The Good Wind Comes (aka The Good Wind Is Here) 7:42 Yugoslavia: Return 4:16 Sweden: Dear Old Stockholm 6:23 Germany Good Evening, Good Night (Guten Abend, Gute Nacht) 2:32
  2. J.J. Johnson - Blue Trombone.docx
  3. Brownie Emarcy Box: 11th Disc???

    I bought the japanese box set (10CD) in Japan in 1989 at Shinseido, Tokyo. I was a good customer since 1981 with about 15 LP or CD each month, so they offered me the mini CD containing Flossie Lou (SSCD-4 not for sale) pressed separately in 1989.
  4. who's Babs Gonzales?

    and the following Bennie Green (tb), Budd Johnson (ts), Bobby Tucker (p), John Collins (g), Bruce Lawrence (b, voc), Charles Simon (dm), Babs Gonzales (voc) on all titles + Earl Johnson & Wynton Kelly (voc) New York City, July 27, 1950 Boogie woogie polka London 575 (78) Boppin' and jivin' - 125th Street prophet 578 (78) Play it real cool - Did some collector on this board have both 78pm?
  5. GRANT GREEN TRIO

    You can preorder them at HMV Japan. Both issues are on their site. Good luck!
  6. GRANT GREEN TRIO

    Yes, in Japan, some days before the rest of the word: Deluxe 2CD, Single CD & digital editions available on May 25, 2018 Deluxe limited edition (180-gram) 3LP & 2LP gatefold sets released exclusively for Record Store Day on April 21, 2018 It's worth a little patience...
  7. GRANT GREEN TRIO

    I forgot to mention that "Funk in France" will be also released on May 12, 2018 in Japan.
  8. GRANT GREEN TRIO

    The Japanese release SLICK! - LIVE AT OIL CAN HARRY'S on next May 12, 2018 - Resonance KK-J1027
  9. GRANT GREEN TRIO

    Please send me your email address by PM, and you will receive a surprise
  10. GRANT GREEN TRIO

    You're right! Thanks all readers for your kind contribution. I think that things are clear now: Grant Green (g), Billy Taylor (p), Gene Taylor (b), Billy Kaye (dm) Newport Jazz Festival, Freebody Park, Newport, RI, Sunday evening, July 4, 1966 Cantaloupe woman 5:56 I Giganti Del Jazz (It) GJ-55 Note: Above title also on Denon (Jap) CDC-8531 “The Best of the Jazz Guitars”, Essential Jazz Classics (EU) EJC 55636 “Grant Green-Gooden’s Corner”, Los Grandes Del Jazz (Sp) GJ-55 “Kenny Burrell, Billy Taylor, Grant Green”. Mistitled “Blues In Green” on all sources… The above title was part of a guitar concert that also featured Kenny Burrell, George Benson, Charlie Byrd and Attila Zoller. All above sources mention another title “Canteloupe Woman” (sic) mistakenly awarded to Grant Green…
  11. GRANT GREEN TRIO

    You can find the Atushi acchan Ueda Grant Green discography at Grant Green : a discography - FC2 audiscography.web.fc2.com/gg.htm
  12. GRANT GREEN TRIO

    Thanks a lot Dan. I will check up tomorrow after a shortened night.
  13. GRANT GREEN TRIO

    I wonder if Grant Green is playing on Blues In Green & Canteloupe (sic) Woman issued on the Italian LP "I Giganti del Jazz 55". Moreover these 2 titles are played by a quartet...
  14. I'd buy this

    And so many other musicians...Grant Green, Kenny Dorham, Ike Quebec among others.... which sleep in the vaults for eternity.
  15. Kenny Clarke-Francy Boland Big Band

    I found recently the origin of the additional trumpet solo at the start of the tune "The Turk" on Supraphon (Cz) 1 15 0477, SUA 15988, SUA ST 55988 “Francy Boland & Kenny Clarke Famous Orchestra”. This trumpet solo is from a stereo version (3:14) of the above tune still unissued, but in circulation among collectors. Maybe on the forhcoming "Out Of The Folk Bag" reissue... about october 1, 2018...