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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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Earlier today...

* Tran Quang Hai & Hoang Mong Thuy - Music of Vietnam (Lyrichord)

* Zelia Barbosa - Brazil: Songs of Protest (Monitor)

* Rashied Ali - New Directions in Modern Music (Survival)

* Philly Joe Jones - Showcase (Riverside)

* Thelonious Monk - Plus Two at the Blackhawk (Riverside)

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Shorty Rogers Quintet 'Wherever The Five Winds Blow' (RCA Victor)

with Jimmy Giuffre, Lou Levy, Ralph Pena and Larry Bunker

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Can you tell I've recently gotten the ol' TT back on line? I'm musically schizo these days for sure!

Edited by Peter Johnson

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Pee Wee Russell 'Swingin' With Pee Wee' (UK Prestige Swingville original). With Buck Clayton and Tommy Flanagan's trio :tup

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Gerry Mulligan 'Presenting the Gerry Mulligan Sextet' (EmArcy)

next:

Gerry Mulligan Sextet 'Mainstream of Jazz', vol. 3 (EmArcy Japan)

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'The Duke Plays Ellington' (UK Capitol 10" LP)

Booker Ervin 'The Trance' (Prestige)

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Buddy Terry- Pure Dynamite, 1972 Mainstream Records, with (among others) Eddie Henderson, Woody Shaw, Mtume, Airto Moreira!!!!!!

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The Stripper and other fun songs for the family - David Rose and his orchestra

I found this at a second hand store, along with an old Sinatra, an Artie Shaw, a Theresa Brewer, a Clyde McCoy, a Frankie Laine, three old compilations of hits from the fifties, a Les Paul and Mary Ford and a Tommy Dorsey 2 record set, all for one dollar per record. Of course, I immediately snapped them up :cool:

Even my daughter, who is wasn't even born when the title track on the Rose record was recorded, walked into the room while this album was playing and said, "Why are you listening to 'Peeler Music?':D"

All the tracks are the same kind of arrangements as The Stripper is. Amazing!

Side 1

The Stripper

Night Train

What Is This Thing Called Love

Mood Indigo

Banned In Boston

St James Infirmary [the shortest version I've ever heard]

Side 2

Soft Lights Sweet Music

Black and Tan Fantasy

Harlem Nocturne [one of my favourite songs almost unrecognizeable]

Sophistocated Lady

Blue Prelude

My Heart Belongs To Daddy

Now, this was recorded when there were still "exotic dancers", who didn't actually get nekked and there are pictures of one performing, on the back cover.

Today they would be almost "G" rated.

Fun collection. :cool:

Edited by patricia

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Three men on an elephant!

The Poll Winners - Kessel, Manne & Brown exploring the scene. (Contemporary MONO original). :tup

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Jimmy Rowles & Red Mitchell 'Red 'N Me'(All Life)

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Three from these week's trip to Euclid...

Art Taylor - A.T.'s Delight (run of the mill Blue Label)

Bennie Green - Walkin' & Talkin' (Jap Tosh)

Stanley Turrentine - Comin' Your Way ('87 "first" release)... I know, I know. It was first released on the Jubilee Shout two-fer and yes, I already have that set, but the obsessive compulsive completist in me *had* to have it.

Next up: Volume 2 of The Night Train to Nashville 2LP set on Lost Highway.

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spun my in a silent way sessions box last weekend ... sweet ...!

also, the original sun sound of johnny cash.

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MILT BUCKNER - BUDDY TATE

"MIDNIGHT SLOWS vol 5"

Wish I had all of those French Barclay "Slows".

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Manfred Schoof Quintet "Voices" (CBS German original)

A classic of early German free jazz, with Gerd Dudek, Alexander von Schlippenbach, Buschi Niebergall and Jaki Leibeziet.

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The Complete Benny Goodman Vol. VIII - 1936-1939 - two record set.

Marvelous liner notes written by Mort Goode.

This is one of a series of the cross-section of the Goodman band, with just about every name with which we all are familiar, many of whom went on to become world-renowned.

This is an immaculate copy, originally part of the public library here, that has been babied, as evidenced by the meticulous maintenance record which was tucked in the album. It's on the BLUEBIRD label.

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'Sittin' In' - Sonny Stitt/Oscar Peterson (UK Verve 2LP)

Miles Davis & Sonny Stitt 'Live In Stockholm 1960' (Dragon 2LP)

Edited by sidewinder

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Mal Waldron - Jimmy Woode - Pierre Favre "Black Glory" (Enja)

Original German pressing nabbed for $2 today. I spent more on the beer afterwards!

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Milt Jackson 'Second Nature - The Savoy Sessions' (Savoy 2LP)

Don Wilkerson 'Elder Don' (BN NY USA mono)

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