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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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TRANE EXPRESSION original stereo

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Ray Price's Greatest Hits. The early stuff. Wanna make sumptin of it?

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Just found a mint copy of A.Hill double album ONE TO ONE at my local shop. I already knew 10 February 1965 session, but I never listen to the 1 August  1969 and 16 & 23 January sessions. I presume all these music, and more, is on Mosaic select now. Should I get it? YESSSS!! :excited:

I think it is but I would buy it anyway. GREAT music ! :tup

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John Taylor 'Pause and Think Again' (Turtle Records)

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Don Rendell/Ian Carr 'Change Is' (UK Columbia Lansdowne stereo)

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Just found a mint copy of A.Hill double album ONE TO ONE at my local shop. I already knew 10 February 1965 session, but I never listen to the 1 August  1969 and 16 & 23 January sessions. I presume all these music, and more, is on Mosaic select now. Should I get it? YESSSS!! :excited:

I think it is but I would buy it anyway. GREAT music ! :tup

Done, 20 euros well invested. :excited:

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I have that one too. I'll pop it on the turntable a bit later. :)

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Right now I'm listening to the second side of the first LP in the "One Night With Blue Note Preserved" box set. Wonderful stuff!!!

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Stan Tracey Quartet 'With Love From Jazz' (Columbia Lansdowne)

Kenny Dorham 'Trompeta Toccata' (BN NY USA mono) :tup

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JAZZ in four colors - Lou Levy Quartet (RCA Victor, monodog) :excited:

Ira Sullivan - Bird lives! (Vee Jay, stereo) :)

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Joe Harriott/John Mayer 'Indo-Jazz Fusions II' (Columbia Lansdowne mono)

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(monodog:excited:

Any relation to this guy?

MJ9688B.JPG

:g

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Herbie's FAT ALBERT ROTUNDA, WB green label :tup

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Curtis Amy THE BLUES MESSAGE Pacific Jazz mono.

I love Amy's blues and power sound, for me a discovery from Mosaic Select.

BTW I am a Groove Merchant now :excited:

Edited by porcy62

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BTW I am a  Groove Merchant  now  :excited:

Congrats ! :rhappy:

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BTW I am a  Groove Merchant  now  :excited:

:party::tup:)

This one is for you: Tony Williams - Life Time (BN/KING)

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George Freeman - New Improved Funk on Groove Merchant.

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Spun some LT's tonight...

Stanley Turrentine - New Time Shuffle

Stanley Turrentine - In Memory Of

Lee Morgan - Taru

2 out of 3 ain't bad... New Time Shuffle didn't do it for me; a large ensemble that leaned too much to pop-jazz for my liking.

Really enjoyed In Memory of though. Another title that waited years for release, Blue Mitchell, Curtis Fuller, and a young Herbie Hancock keep things moving.

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"That Hackett Horn" on Epic.

Bobby Hackett was incredible.

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Nelson's MORE BLUES AND THE ABSTRACT TRUTH, Impulse! mono

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Stanley Turrentine 'Rough 'n Tumble' (BN NY USA mono)

'And Satisfy' ? Yes, indeed it does... :)

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Neil Ardley 'A Symphony of Amaranths' (Regal Zonophone stereo) :wub:

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Slide Hampton Octet 'Sister Salvation' (Atlantic mono)

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