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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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Lee Konitz - Worthwhile Konitz (ATLANTIC Japan only)

Gerry Mulligan - California concerts (PACIFIC PJ-50, orig. US pressing)

Chico Hamilton Quintet feat. Buddy Collette (PACIFIC 1209, KING, Japan)

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A couple of very cool Euro Blue Note compilations:

'Scotch & Sofa' (Blue Note France 2LP compilation by DJ 'Booster'. Poppa Lou's 'One Cylinder' just spinning ( :tup ). This one sounds way better than the CD version)

'Heroes of the Hammond Vol 2' (Blue Note UK 2LP compilation. Some great stuff on this - George Braith, Larry Young, Lonnie Smith for starters).

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a couple of Amiga 45s:

- Manfred Ludwig Sextett 5 50 204

- Werner Pfüller Quintett 5 50 143

and for good fun:

- Meier/Gollasch 4 50 372

the Ludwig and Pfüller are pretty fantastic, glad I didn't pass on these.

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John Surman 'Tales of the Algonquin' (Deram)

Sam Rivers 'Contours' (BN NY USA mono, signed on the back by Sam :excited: )

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Sam Rivers 'Contours' (BN NY USA mono, signed on the back by Sam  :excited: )

Perfect birthday music that is! ;)

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I am at the end of Jarret's marathon: just bought a used copy of SUN BEAR CONCERTS, ten LPs to check, and listen to. It's almost a job! :wacko:

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I am at the end of Jarret's marathon: just bought a used copy of SUN BEAR CONCERTS, ten LPs to check, and listen to. It's almost a job! :wacko:

Is it any good?

Just spinning Basil Kirchin 'Abstractions of the Industrial North' (Trunk Records). From 1966, Jimmy Page meets Tubby Hayes ( :o )

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I am at the end of Jarret's marathon: just bought a used copy of SUN BEAR CONCERTS, ten LPs to check, and listen to. It's almost a job! :wacko:

Is it any good?

Just spinning Basil Kirchin 'Abstractions of the Industrial North' (Trunk Records). From 1966, Jimmy Page meets Tubby Hayes ( :o )

Yes, I mean they are great, but TEN lps of piano solos...in two days :wacko: That's exactly the reason because I prefer single album rather than sets, and LP rather than cd, my concentration skills faded with my age :D

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I don't know - it's probably a mere breeze compared with 17 Lps of Maynard Ferguson Roulette :D

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I don't know - it's probably a mere breeze compared with 17 Lps of Maynard Ferguson Roulette  :D

Or the Ellington Rca, but CDs are supposed to be perfect and last forever... :w

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Charles Tyler Ensemble (ESP 1029) - took the morning off from work just to spin this one!

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Charlie Mariano Quartet: Alto Sax for Young Moderns (Bethlehem/Affinity)

The title may be archetypically 1950's, but the music is timeless.

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Chico Hamilton - El Exigente (The Demanding One) (Flying Dutchman). Avant/Fusion live set ca. 1969 w/Arnie Lawrence, Bob Mann, & Steve Swallow.

What a strange record...

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hadley caliman- self-titled mainstream lp!

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Gene Krupa in Disco Order Vol. 17.

I would like to locate Woody Herman in Disco Order (all of them).

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Tommy Flanagan 'The Cats' (New Jazz)

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Al Grey - Shades Of Grey (Tangerine)

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Various - 'Jazz at the Fabulous Flamingo - 10th Anniversary' (Ember)

Don Rendell/Ian Carr 'Live' (UK Columbia Lansdowne)

'The Tony Kinsey Quintet' (with Joe Harriott, Decca 45rpm)

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The Best of Frank Sinatra - on Capitol label

The Sounds & Voices of Henry Mancini - on Sunset label

Million Seller Hit Songs of the 30's - on Somerset label

Tales of Mystery and Imagination - Edgar Allan Poe - Alan Parsons Project on Century label

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Teddy Edwards with Les McCann - It's about time (Pacific, Toshiba-EMI)

Bud Shank plays tenor (Pacific, Toshiba-EMI)

I love these japan reissues. KING is always prefered but Toshiba did also a great job. (Forget XX-bit hysteria - buy vinyl :cool: )

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(Forget  XX-bit hysteria - buy vinyl  :cool: )

Quite ! I usually go for King myself but the Dizzy Reece Toshiba currently being spun sounds as good as any issue I have heard. I'll bet it sounds way better than the Mosaic Select too..

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Pee Wee Russel Plays - WRC ( ex DOT) 1960?- no date given

The WRC label from the UK produced quite a number of sessions licensed from other labels in the USA. Pressings and quality of the issues I've seen are very good for what I presume was a budget label/ record club.

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=Alfred,Sep 11 2005, 02:37 AM]

Forget  XX-bit hysteria - buy vinyl  :cool: )

:wub: You're preachin' to the choir, Alfred.:D

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Laurie Johnson 'Synthesis' (Columbia Lansdowne stereo). Third-stream-ish session with Tubby Hayes and Joe Harriott.

New York Art Quartet 'Mohawk' (UK Fontana). With John Tchicai

Eric Dolphy 'Last Date' (UK Fontana mono) :tup

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