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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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Ernie Henry Presenting Ernie Henry (Riverside blue label)

to be followed by:

Ernie Henry Quartet Seven Standards and a Blues (Riverside, Fantasy reissue)

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Art Blakey - A Jazz Message (Impulse mono)

Kenny Dorham - Trompeta Toccata (BN Toshiba/EMI)

Ornette Coleman - The Empty Foxhole (BN Conn "Wally")

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Grachan Moncur III 'Evolution' (BN NY USA mono). Magnifico ! :tup

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Sonny Boy Williamson: Portrait of a Blues Man (Storyville/ Analogue Productions reissue)

Miles Davis: Young Man With a Horn (Blue Note/Classic Records 10" reissue)

Miles Davis: Vol. 3 (Blue Note/Classic Records 10" reissue)

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Wardell Gray 'Central Avenue' (Prestige 2LP reissue set)

Dexter Gordon 'A Swingin' Affair' (BN NY USA stereo)

Herbie Hancock 'Maiden Voyage' (BN NY USA mono deepgroove edition)

I have just put the latter through the VPI with super deep cleanser and the results have been pretty spectacular :) .

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Dick Katz - Derek Smith - Rene Urtreger 'Jazz Piano International' Supervised by John Lewis (Atlantic mono, black label)

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Strangely, I've been listening to a lot of CDs this weekend. Good for them, I guess!

I did listen to the Jacques Thollot LP on Futura - bizarre melange of soundtracky compositions that really makes more sense as a Saravah than a Futura.

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Jack Johnson: Brushfire Fairytales

When I see or hear about kids digging Jack Johnson, I get the thought that the world will be in good hands. My 16 year old says his concert at the Gorge had the largest crowd(sold out) he has ever seen there. When I first heard he would be be the headliner, I did not think there would be much of a turn out.

Groovin' With Buddy Tate (Prestige/Swingville)

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Bill Holman's 'Great Big Band' (Capitol mono)

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Urbie Green Septet on Blue Note.

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Billy Kyle - Finishing a date- Collectors Choice, nice touch in his trio sides from 1939

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Warne Marsh 'Release Record. Send Tape. Warne' (Wave)

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Before work I gave a spin to The Panther and The Lash, one of my favorite of 'my' records (esp. side 2)... :tup

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Instant Composers Pool 'Amagabowl' (Han Bennink, Misja Mengelberg, John Tchicai) on ICP

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"One is never too young to swing" with

TINY GRIMES and ROY ELDRIDGE

on Swedish Sonet.

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"One is never too young to swing" with

TINY GRIMES and ROY ELDRIDGE

on Swedish Sonet.

This date always repelled me. Sorry.

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Instant Composers Pool 'Amagabowl' (Han Bennink, Misja Mengelberg, John Tchicai) on ICP

Ah yes, the "Africanised Tone Row"... I see your card, and I raise you...

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Great Jazz Reeds on RCA Camden.

This, although it skips a couple of times, is a wonderful album.

It has tracks by:

Side 1

Sidney Bechet

Chu Berry

Barney Bigard

Johnny Dodds

Irving Fazola

Bud Freeman

Side 2

Coleman Hawkins

Mezz Mezzrow

Jimmy Noone

Charlie Parker

Pee Wee Russell

Ben Webster

Very nice variety of styles.

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Refreshing my Davis' Prestige recordings (originals and reissues)

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Just watched on the telly Joan Baez singing at Bush' ranch so...

Joan Baez Farewell Agelina (Vanguard reissue)

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Lee Wiley and Bunny Berigan 'The Complete Session of April 10, 1940' (Blu-Disc)

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Ric Colbeck - The Sun is Coming Up (Fontana UK, 1970) w/ Mike Osborne, Sel Lissack and J.F. Jenny-Clarke. Brilliant free-bop if there ever was...

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Ric Colbeck - The Sun is Coming Up (Fontana UK, 1970) w/ Mike Osborne, Sel Lissack and J.F. Jenny-Clarke. Brilliant free-bop if there ever was...

Wow - never even heard of that particular Fontana.

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The guitar album - The historic Town Hall Concert (2LP, CBS 1972)

I'm not sure if this concert deserves to be called historic. But it is a very good recording with some very nice musicians on it (Tiny Grimes, Chuck Wayne, Charlie Byrd, Joe Beck, Bucky Pizzarelli, George Barnes & John McLaughlin).

One highlight: Joe Beck together with Al Harewood & Larry Ridley. :tup

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