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  1. https://www.enricomerlin.org/miles-davis-1959 https://issuu.com/lineagraficabertelli/docs/estratto?fbclid=IwAR3uaM9fkCoh9XT-4g0VsgIBZ5q9QCWxSukmKjbAcTqSaOg-RW11dTeGyxY
  2. Available on streaming services (in Ultra HD no less on amazon music!).
  3. 5 Original Albums

    Anybody knows what mastering was used on the Wayne Shorter set? I just did a quick A/B comparison with my standard RVG of "Adam's Apple" and it definitely sounds different.
  4. Archie Shepp

    You can get it as a part of this set: https://www.amazon.com/5-Original-Albums-CD/dp/B07BLHMWYL/
  5. What Classical Music Are You Listening To?

    Oh man, this is great. Such a gorgeous sound! Thanks for bringing this up, no way I would have learned about it otherwise. Just sold my box on Discogs. I thought the performances were stilted and mechanistic, and the instrument sounded tinny. Many many better versions available, IMHO. This one, for example:
  6. Focus on Barney Kessel

    I like his "Solo" on Concord.
  7. Joe McPhee

    Mine too. My go-to McPhee recommendation is "Grand Marquis", a tenor duo with drummer John McLellan, on Boxholder.
  8. Jane Ira Bloom

    Just listened to her "Early Americans" album (trio with Mark Helias and Bobby Previte), I think it is just great and the production is fantastic.
  9. Modern/Avant New Releases: A running thread

    Well, I love Kidd Jordan and Fred Anderson (although with Anderson most of his releases sound kind of the same to me). I can't stand David S. Ware, never could. Brötzmann at least I used to like, and quite a bit so, but Ware - never. There was one album of his that I thought was mildly interesting - "Corridors & Parallels", but mainly due to Shipp's synth playing.
  10. Modern/Avant New Releases: A running thread

    I think so. A lot of predictable 60s fire-music clichés. On the other hand, Adams and Sanders are fantastic on this one, I would have been very happy if this were their duo album. Here is what I had to say about it last week... oh wait, 16 years ago - and I still think the same way (I am actually listening to the album right now):
  11. Modern/Avant New Releases: A running thread

    Very true. Speaking about bagpipes (aren't we always?), for years I've been meaning to check out Dunmall on the instrument. I don't like his tenor playing (boring), his soprano is horrendous (IMHO, of course), but I remember quite liking the only bagpipe record of his I heard ("Hit and Run" on FMP). And what's up with Psi-ficaton of the cover art?
  12. Modern/Avant New Releases: A running thread

    I skimmed through the Barry Guy solo set ( https://nobusinessrecords.bandcamp.com/album/irvins-comet ), sounds good. The download price is better from the No Business website directly: http://www.nobusinessrecords.com/irvins-comet.html
  13. Maybe they would have got it if you spelled his name correctly?
  14. Modern/Avant New Releases: A running thread

    I listened to this one for the first time and it's highly recommended. It's not as confrontational as their previous collaboration, Tangle. Butcher is more upfront, Shipp is more subdued. The sound is excellent.
  15. Roscoe Mitchell recommendations

    Rogueart offers a Mitchell bundle - 9 albums (some of which are double CDs) for 80 euro plus shipping: https://roguart.com/product/roscoe-mitchell-on-rogueart/166