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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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Thelonious Monk, Five by Monk by Five (Riverside Mono)

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This evening, inspired by the Twofer thread.

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Mango Santamania - The watermelon man - Battle (Milestone twofer) Contains 'Watermelon man' and 'Mongo at the Village Gate'

Now, inspired by an exchange on the 78 thread, I dug out

Al King - Think twice before you speak/The winner - Flag (Sue UK)

But I found I'd got my 45s in that area of the alphabet terribly mixed up, so, to find it I had to sort out several inches of singles and, inevitably, I dug out a few others to listen to :)

More R&B from the west coast

Jimmy Johnson - Don't answer the door pt 1/pt 2 - Magnum (Sue UK)

Jimmy Johnson - Black cat bone pt 1/pt 2 - Magnum

Lighthouse All Stars - Big boy pt 1/pt 2 - Skylark

now I've got to put all of them back in the right places without mixing them up again :g

so I'm listening to

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Richard 'Groove' Holmes - Swedish lullaby - Sison Music

MG

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Bobby Jaspar with George Wallington and Idrees Sulieman: Tenor and Flute (Riverside Japan)

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Bud Powell (Roost) (Nippon Columbia reissue).

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Lee "Scratch" Perry: Battle of Armagideon (Trojan)

Edited by paul secor

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John Coltrane: Impressions (Impulse mono)

Just got an HMV mono copy of this. It's nearly on a par with the first LP released from the the VV. I've had the multi CD set for years but as as ever it takes the LP format to allow me to focus on the material. Plus also the vinyl gave me the two studio tracks which I didn't otherwise have. Great album.

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Gus Mancuso----------Introducing Gus Mancuso---------(Vogue UK)

1956 recording for Fantasy. Mancuso on baritone horn ( trombone like sound) was unknown to me but Richie Kamuca gets plenty of space. Cal Tjader is on drums. Much meatier than some west coast sessions.

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Jack Sheldon & his West coast friends -------Angel Wings-------(Atlas)

When your friends include Art Pepper and Tony Dumas you know it's going to alright.

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Brigitte Fontaine & Areski - Je Ne Connais Pas Cet Homme - (Saravah/Columbia JP)

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Great cover on that one. I don't have this one but have found Duke's later output pretty consistent if not especially different or unusual.

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Great cover on that one. I don't have this one but have found Duke's later output pretty consistent if not especially different or unusual.

I had it - beautiful looking but kind of wallpaper-y in my estimation. Surprised that I somehow got $45 for it; guess people get excited.

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Don Pullen - Healing Force (Black Saint)

Spinning this. Just bought it at Jazz Record Mart on a visit to Chicago. Wishing all Chicagoan, and other organissimo members, well.

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Earl Hines Plays Cole Porter (New World)

Endlessly inventive and magical - the discovery of things not yet imagined.

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