alankin

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  1. Happy Birthday alankin!!

    Thanks for the messages!
  2. What are you listening to right now?

    Curtis Fuller – The Opener [(A) from The Complete Blue Note / UA Sessions] (Blue Note – Mosaic) — Curtis Fuller - trombone; Hank Mobley - tenor saxophone (tracks 2, 3, 5 & 6); Bobby Timmons - piano; Paul Chambers - bass; Art Taylor - drums; first stereo issue
  3. Happy Birthday JohnS!

    Happy Birthday, John!!
  4. What are you listening to right now?

    Michael Moore – Fragile (Ramboy Recordings) — Michael Moore - alto saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinet; Harmen Fraanje - piano; Clemens van der Feen - bass; Michael Vatcher - drums/glass harp; plus Ab Baars - clarinet (2 trks)
  5. What are you listening to right now?

    Mal Waldron/ Marion Brown – Much More! (Free Lance) — piano & alto sax
  6. What are you listening to right now?

    Robert Schumann – Symphony No.3 in E flat major Op.97 "Rhenish" — Wiener Philharmonker – Leonard Bernstein (Deutsche Grammophon / MHS)
  7. Count Basie and His Orchestra – The Complete Clef/Verve Fifties Studio Recordings [(AB) CD 1a - Jan 1952] (Clef / Mosaic) With Paul Campbell, Wendell Culley, Joe Newman, Charlie Shavers (trumpet) Henry Coker, Benny Powell, Jimmy Wilkins (trombone) Marshall Royal (alto sax, clarinet) Ernie Wilkins (alto, tenor sax) Floyd Johnson, Paul Quinichette (tenor sax) Charlie Fowlkes (baritone sax) Count Basie (piano) Freddie Green (guitar) Jimmy Lewis (bass) Gus Johnson (drums) Nat Pierce, Neal Hefti, Sy Oliver, Harry "Sweets" Edison (arrangers)
  8. Ellington Treasury Shows

    My guess is that the bonus material will be more material from the 1940s. I know there is material from that time period that I don't think has made it into CD. Southland Cafe?
  9. Ellington Treasury Shows

    While looking at Storyville's listing for Vol. 24 I noticed another upcoming Ellington release: "AN INTIMATE PIANO SESSION" from 1972 with three bonus quartet tracks from 1969. http://www.storyvillerecords.com/products/an-intimate-piano-session-1018445
  10. What Classical Music Are You Listening To?

    Now playing, CD 22: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Serenade No.7 in D major K 250 (248b) "Haffner" – Serenade No.6 in D major K 239 "Serenata notturna" — Bath Festival Orchestra – Yehudi Menuhin (EMI Classics)
  11. What are you listening to right now?

    Johnny Hodges & Wild Bill Davis – Con-Soul & Sax [CD 1 in Jazz Tribune No. 1 (1965-66)] (RCA Victor) — Johnny Hodges - alto saxophone; Wild Bill Davis - organ; Dickie Thompson, Mundell Lowe - guitar; Milt Hinton or George Duvivier - double bass; Osie Johnson - drums
  12. What Classical Music Are You Listening To?

    Antonín Dvořák – Noon Witch Op.108 B.196 – Symphony No.8 in G major Op.88 B.163 Berliner Philharmoniker – Claudio Abbado (RCA Victor — Sony Classical)
  13. Here is an assortment of jazz CDs for sale. CDs are $4 each. Most are new or like new (i.e. played once) - see descriptions for more info. US Postage is $2.50 for the first CD and $0.50 for each additional CD. I take Paypal or Amazon gift cards. Post here and then PM me to reserve. Let me know if you would like additional details about any of the CDs. Carlos Barbosa-Lima – Music of the Americas (Concord) Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers – Rucerdo (Prestige/UK) — With Keith Jarrett, Chuck Mangione, Reggie Workman; Reissue of the 1966 Limelight LP "Buttercorn Lady" Ruby Braff All Stars – Braff! (Epic/CBS Records / Portrait Records) — With Dave McKenna, Steve Jordan, Buzzy Drootin / Don Elliott, Nat Pierce, Freddie Green Eddie Jones, Buzzy Drootin + Lawrence Brown, Coleman Hawkins, Ernie Caceres; some fingerprints on label side of CD; playing times written in ink in CD booklet Kenny Burrell – Prestige Profiles (Prestige) Benny Carter – Cookin' at Carlos I (Music Masters) — With Richard Wyands, Lisle Atkinson; sealed; hole punch thru bar code Stan Getz – The Complete Savoy Recordings (Savoy Jazz) — With Hank Jones, Curly Russell, Max Roach / Shorty Rogers, Kai Winding, Shelly Manne / Zoot Sims, Al Cohn, Duke Jordan, Jimmy Raney / a.o.; digipack has some very slight scuffing George Gruntz Trio – Serious Fun (Enja) — With with Mike Richmond & Adam Nussbaum; used Johnny Hodges and his Orchestra – Hodge Podge (Epic) — With Duke Ellington, Lawrence Brown, Cootie Williams, etc.; on mosaic small group? Robin Holcomb – Little Three (Nonesuch) — solo piano, w/ vocals on 2 tracks; two copies; small scuff marks that don't effect play; one copy has the slip case Bruno Hubert Trio / B3 Kings – A Cellar Live Christmas (Cellar Live) — With Corey Weeds; sealed Keith Jarrett Trio – Somewhere Before (Vortex — Atlantic) — With Charlie Haden, Paul Motian; originally on Vortex Les McCann – Les is More (Hyena Records) — sealed Carmen McRae – Velvet Soul (Laser) — With two recordings: 1972 Los Angeles recording with Dick Shreve, Larry Bunker, Joe Pass, Ray Brown and Frank Severino; plus 1973 NYC recording with Zoot Sims, Bucky Pizzarelli, Tom Garvin, Paul West and Jimmy Madison; 19 tracks; 73' Hendrik Meurkens with special guest Claudio Roditi – Clear of Clouds (Concord) — sealed Hendrik Meurkens with special guest Claudio Roditi – Clear of Clouds (Concord) — like new, never played Charles Mingus – The Complete Town Hall Concert (Blue Note) — With Clark Terry, Richard Williams, Snooky Young, Ernie Royal, Lonnie Hillyer, Rolf Ericsson, Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, Eddie Bert, Eric Dolphy, Charles McPherson, Charlie Mariano, Buddy Collette, Zoot Sims, Jerome Richardson, Pepper Adams, Jaki Byard, Toshiko Akiyoshi, Milt Hinton, Danny Richmond, Grady Tate, a.o.; first complete issue of the "infamous" 1962 concert; remixed from the original three-track tapes by Malcolm Addey; liner notes by Brian Priestley; Spanish Time Life edition with blue cover. Sol Mostizo & Markus Stockhausen – Plays the music of Enrique Diaz (Blue Jackal) — With Philip Catherine, Simon Stockhausen, Enrique Diaz, a.o.; sealed Tito Puente & Woody Herman – Puente's Beat / Herman's Heat (Charlie Byrd) (Legacy) — With Charlie Byrd; from 1958; sealed The Quintet – Jazz At Massey Hall (Debut/Fantasy) — With Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Bud Powell, Charles Mingus, Max Roach Lee Ritenour – The Best of (Epic/Legacy) — sealed; hole punch thru bar code Sonny Rollins – Prestige Profiles (Prestige) — includes bonus sampler CD Vol.3; sealed; small sawcut in spine Soft Machine – Fourth (One Way / Sony) — With Hugh Hopper, Mike Ratledge, Robert Wyatt, Elton Dean plus Roy Babbington, Mark Charig, Nick Evans, Jimmy Hastings and Alan Skidmore; sealed (two copies) Joe Williams – Jump For Joy (RCA Bluebird) — sealed; saw cut thru case Loudon Wainwright III – Unrequited — 2 bonus trks; 16 total; sealed
  14. What are you listening to right now?

    Freedom of the City – 2001 – London Improvisers Orchestra [Large Groups CD 2] (Emanem) A3 - FLOWER OF FLESH AND BLOOD conducted by Dave Tucker - 10:13A4 - MORTON'S MOBILE conceived & conducted by Simon H Fell - 11:25B1 - GROUP DYNAMICS AROUND THE SLIDE conceived & conducted by Caroline Kraabel - 7:55B2 - CONCERTO FOR SYLVIA HALLETT conducted by Steve Beresford, featuring Sylvia Hallett - 17:52B3 - DOUBLE RAINBOW conceived & conducted by Philipp Wachsmann - 6:17B4 - BIRTHDAY PIECE conceived & conducted by Knut Aufermann - 6:59B5 - AN IF BUT TO AND WHEN conceived, conducted & featuring Terry Day - 6:13B6 - PROCEEDING 6 orchestra improvisation - 33:00 London Improvisers Orchestra:HARRY BECKETT, ROLAND RAMANAN, IAN SMITH trumpets,ROBERT JARVIS, PAUL RUTHERFORD, ALAN TOMLINSON trombones,BØRRE MØLSTAD tuba, NEIL METCALFE flute, TERRY DAY bamboo pipes,JACQUES FOSCHIA, JOHN RANGECROFT, HARRISON SMITH, ALEX WARD clarinets,JOHN BUTCHER, TOM CHANT, LOL COXHILL, CAROLINE KRAABEL, ADRIAN NORTHOVER, EVAN PARKER, GARRY TODD saxophones,NIGEL COOMBES, SUSANNA FERRAR, SYLVIA HALLETT, PHILLIPP WACHSMANN violins,CHARLOTTE HUG viola, MARCIO MATTOS, DAVE TUCKER cellos,JOHN EDWARDS, SIMON H FELL, DAVID LEAHY double basses,JOHN BISSET guitar, STEVE BERESFORD, VERYAN WESTON pianos,ORPHY ROBINSON electronic xylophoneTONY MARSH, LOUIS MOHOLO percussion,KNUT AUFERMANN, ADAM BOHMAN, PAT THOMAS electronics
  15. They are also offering the Cornell show by itself if the box is too much for you.