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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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Paul Bryant - Burnin' (Pacific, mono deep groove)

Gerry Mulligan - Mainstream of Jazz (Volume 1 of this excellent "3LP-series") (emArcy, mono deep groove)

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Andrew Hill 'Compulsion' (BN NY USA mono) :tup

I wonder if Keith Tipppet ever heard this one in his youth?

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Sheila Jordan and Arild Andersen 'Sheila' (Steeplechase). Recently purchased for £2.

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Shirley Scott Trio 'Soul Searchin' (Prestige, Bergenfield mono) :tup

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The Main Ingredient--

Rolling Down a Mountainside

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June Christie- Something Cool - Capitol - (Mono, I think !) bought for 99 pence today !!

Lunceford/Mills Blue Rhythm Band- RCA ( B&W series)

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Gunter Hampel "The 8th of July 1969" (original Birth "Natural Jazz" pressing, with the natty loose paper pseudo-cover). Not the watershed I used to think it was, but still a fascinating listen. Gotta love that Steve McCall, too...

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Shirley Scott Trio 'Soul Searchin' (Prestige,  Bergenfield mono)  :tup

I love that album.

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The Milcho Leviev Quartet 'Blues for the Fisherman' (Mole 1)

with Art Pepper, Tony Dumas and Carl Burnett.

Great quartet caught live at Ronnie Scott's...

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Fuego -- Donald Byrd Blue Note LP. With Jackie McLean. Found this for $7 yesterday and it's a decent copy after being put through the Nitty Gritty cleaning machine. A blue and white Liberty pressing that looked dirty in the store but really cleaned up well. You never can tell.

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The Swingin'est Benny Green Vee Jay LP, with Gene Ammons, Nat Adderly, Tommy Flanagan, others. Haven't dug this out for a while.

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Zoot Sims Quartet 'At Ease' with Louis Bellson and Hank Jones (Famous Door Japan)

Milt Hinton completes the quartet!

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Johnny Scott Quintet 'Communication' (UK Columbia mono). With Duncan Lamont (tenor) and David Snell (harp).

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Webster Young 'For Lady' (OJC)

Quincy Jones 'Go West, Man !' (Fresh Sounds reissue)

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Milt Jackson 'Plenty, Plenty Soul' (Atlantic black label)

Hadn't listened to that one for several years. What a magnificient album!

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More Lucky Thompson, with Milt Jackson...

Now spinning:

Milt Jackson 'Second Nature, The Savoy Sessions' (Savoy twofer)

Edited by brownie

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Alice Coltrane "A Monastic Trio" (Impulse), the piano side...

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Walt Dickerson and Richard Davis, courtesy of SteepleChase...

now:

'Divine Gemini'

next:

'Tenderness'

Musical bliss!

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Just got back my TT perfectly tuned and with a pristine new cartridge :excited:

this afternoon:

WINTON KELLY self-titled VEE JAY (mono)

WES MONTGOMERY The Incredible Jazz Guitar Of..RIVERSIDE (mono)

TEDDY CHARLES Word From Bird ATLANTIC (mono)

DUKE PEARSON Sweet Honey Bee BLUE NOTE NEW YORK (stereo)

DODO GREENE My Hour Of Need BLUE NOTE NEW YORK (mono)

HANK MOBLEY Hi Voltage BLUE NOTE LIBERTY (Stereo)

BLUE MITCHELL Boss Horn BLUE NOTE LIBERTY (Stereo)

ABBEY LINCOLN Abbey Is Blue RIVERSIDE (mono)

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Georges Arvanitas Trio 'Cocktail For Three' (Pretoria)

with Gene Taylor and Louis Hayes

A very rare French LP I found at a record convention this weekend.

This usually fetches hundreds of dollars. The cover has some damage including a small teared up section and there are several bad spots on the vinyl but it sounds OK except for two scratches which should be fixed.

It was on sale for €10 ($12) and I grabbed it. Had never seen a copy of it before!

An excellent album which has been reissued in Japan only.

My Great Find of the month!

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Andrew "Voice" Odom with Earl Hooker--Further on Down the Road (Bluesway)

Chico Hamilton--El Chico (impulse)

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Chico Hamilton--El Chico (impulse)

kh1958,

How is this album? My local record store has a 180gm reissue lp, but it's friggin' $26!

Worth it?

Edited by Parkertown

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Charles Earland 'Black Drops' (Prestige purple lable)

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John Lewis and Hank Jones 'Piano Play House' (Toshiba)

with George Duvivier and Shelly Manne

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