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Phil Woods Quintet - Heaven (Blackhawk)

earlier today - Mal Waldron/Gary Peacock - First Encounter (Catalyst) - a fine album, seriously underrated in AMG

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Just finished the first two sides. Now on to side three.

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I actually just got this one and have only listened to the first side--which has four tunes, and I really liked two of the four songs, El Chico and Marcheta--very percussive, mostly featuring Gabor Szabo on guitar. The other two songs are Broadway show tunes--I especially couldn't bear "People." So based on only hitting on half of side one, I would say $26 is a bit steep, though I still need to listen to side 2. (I paid $15 for an impulse original).

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?

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Just finished the first two sides. Now on to side three.

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Now I've finished the whole deal and will burn my cds.

Tomorrow Vienna.

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Thank you. I think I'll pass. :w

I actually just got this one and have only listened to the first side--which has four tunes, and I really liked two of the four songs, El Chico and Marcheta--very percussive, mostly featuring Gabor Szabo on guitar. The other two songs are Broadway show tunes--I especially couldn't bear "People." So based on only hitting on half of side one, I would say $26 is a bit steep, though I still need to listen to side 2.  (I paid $15 for an impulse original).

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?

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On the greasey side this weekend...

Freddie Roach - Mo' Greens Please (Liberty UA)

Freddie Roach - Good Move (Liberty UA)

Baby Face Willette - Face to Face (Jap Toshiba)

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Doug Carn 'Infant Eyes' (Black Jazz original)

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Willie The Lion Smith & Don Ewell 'Grand Piano' (Sackville)

next:

'The Drums' By Jo Jones (Jazz Odyssey) where Papa Jo explains (and demonstrates) the techniques of the great drummers of the Past (from Baby Dodds) to Sid Catlett! Amazing!

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'Hampton Hawes Trio' (Contemporary mono)

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Guy Lafitte 'Joue Charles Trenet' (Black and Blue)

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Rene Urtreger Trio with Paul Rovere and Al Levitt (Versailles, Japanese Sketch reissue)

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Road testing a couple of new vinyl items:

Duane Tatro 'Jazz For Moderns' (Contemporary, mono original)

Hank Mobley Mosaic set, LP 1 :excited:

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Miles Smiles- original mono pressing................!

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THE WHO WHO'S NEXT? Track UK first pressing. Guys, they can ROCK! :excited:

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Kenny Dorham Quintet 'Scandia Skies' (SteepleChase) with Rolf Ericsson, Tete Montoliu, NHOP, Alex Riel.

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Cecil Taylor 'Spring of Two Blue-J's' (Unit Core)

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Johnnie Spence Big Band 'Why Not?' (UK Verve). I thought it sounded suspiciously like the CBBB in parts but then I noticed one Mr K. Clare listed on the drums. :tup

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Michael Naura Quintet 'European Jazz Sounds' (Japanese Brunswick heavy vinyl edition) :tup:tup

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"The Jazz Oddysey Of James Rushing Jr."

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'Miles Davis Sextet' 10" Prestige LP (LP182)

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Earl Hines "Quintessential Recording Session" on Halcyon 101/Chiaroscuro 101. This should be on cd. Earl at the top of his game in 1970, revisiting his 1928 milestones. It don't get much better.

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"Exposed" by Valerie Simpson. Pre Ashford and Simpson. It's great !

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