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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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Just finished playing: Nick Brignola - Signals... In From Somewhere (Trend/Discovery). Was this ever issued on CD?

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Up now: Booker Ervin - Groovin' High (Prestige green label RVG)

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James Newton - Toil and Resolution [Cobalt]

before that.....

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Joseph Jarman - Sunbound [AECO records]

and before that....

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Joachim Badenhorst - The jungle he told me [smeraldina Rima]

a morning of solo performances

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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.

Heya, thanks for popping in. See you at one of those Grex shows I hope.

Yes, definitely!

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Phil Hey/Pat Moriarty - Let Them All Come - (Min)

Strong drums/alto duos from the land of 10,000 lakes...

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Art Blakey, One Night at Birdland Vol. 1 IBlue Note, W. 63rd), and

Miles Davis, Round About Midnight (Columbia two eyes)

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Hamiet Bluiett Quartet – SOS Live in New York City….on India Navigation

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Frank Wright - Center of the World - (COTW, orig blank die-cut sleeve)

Frank Wright - One For John - (BYG Actuel, FR)

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Blind Alfred Reed, How Can a Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live? lp on Rounder, number 1001. Must have been an early one for Rounder.

There'll be no distinction there, Beware, Why do you bob your hair girls?, Always lift him up and never knock him down. Wow! Standouts!

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Blind Alfred Reed, How Can a Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live? lp on Rounder, number 1001. Must have been an early one for Rounder.

There'll be no distinction there, Beware, Why do you bob your hair girls?, Always lift him up and never knock him down. Wow! Standouts!

I have Mr. Reed's "Fate of Chris Lively and Wife" on a Victor 78, with the West Virginia Night Owls (of which he was a member) on the other side. Good stuff.

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Wow Jeff! Reminds me to check Joe Bussard's catalog. Wonder if he has any of those Night Owl sides, including the one you mention. Strange that I have never sought out his Reed stuff, though I assume he must have some.

Is Chris Lively and Wife a murder song? What's the theme?

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Is Chris Lively and Wife a murder song? What's the theme?

Nope - dude got his wagon stuck on the railroad tracks. Smack!

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Michel Portal - Our Meanings and Our Feelings - (Pathe, FR)

Love that record...got a stone mint copy of that myself...great album.

Well thanks to a friend who came out and helped me install a turntable wall shelf for my ultra sensitive systemdek IIx turntable I am finally up and running with my stereo in my new place. Still have not unpacked even half of my collection yet but tonight I am spinning a few new arrivals that came in the mail these past few weeks:

Masura Imada "green caterpillar" (three blind mice, Japan)

Kosuke Mine "first" (Philips, Japan...with Larry Ridley on bass!)

And one record thats been in the collection for a while..

Miles Davis "milestones" (Columbia 6 eye mono..a great sounding mint copy)

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Benny Golson 'Gettin' With It' (New Jazz DG mono). With Curtis Fuller..

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Eddie Henderson ------Sunburst---------(Bluenote) blue label , 1975,

much better than you might think. Quality fusion , touches of funk and just the correct side of cheesy

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Kenny Burrell and John Coltrane (New Jazz), and

Clifford Brown Memorial Album (Prestige, W. 50th).

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