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Howard McGhee 'Jazz Brothers' (JazzCraft)

with Charlie Rouse, Barry Harris, Lisle Atkinson, Grady Tate, Jual Curtis

next:

Ray Nance 'Body and Soul' (Solid State)

with Brew Moore, Jaki Byard, Roland Hanna, Tiny Grimes, etc...

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Stan Tracey Big Brass 'We Love You Madly' (UK Columbia Lansdowne). Tribute to the Duke on his 70th. With Ian Carr, Don Rendell, Joe Harrott, Acker Bilk etc.

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Yusef Lateef - Jazz 'round the world (impulse! original)

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Inspired by the above:

Yusef Lateef 'Live at Pep's'

('Sister Mamie' - wow !)

followed by:

Yusef Lateef 'The Golden Flute' and 'Jazz 'Round The World' (all Impulse stereo originals).

Can't get enough of Yusef..

Edited by sidewinder

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Monk/Trane- Carnegie Hall- Mosaic- :wub:

sounds excellent- haven't heard the CD so cant make any comparison. No obvious problems with groove cramming (given the length of each side)

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Monk/Trane- Carnegie Hall- Mosaic-  :wub:

sounds excellent- haven't heard the CD so cant make any comparison. No obvious problems with groove cramming (given the length of each side)

:tup

Jackie McLean: Swing Swang Swingin'(Classic Records)

Ellington/Mingus/Roach: Money Jungle(Classic Records)

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Oliver Nelson 'Three Dimensions' (Impulse - 'Dedication Series' twofer reissue). This is a good 'un.

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I'm starting this rainy day with

Preface: The Morris Nanton Trio (Prestige, german SABA issue)

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Big John Patton 'Got A Good Thing Goin' (BN NY USA mono). The perfect supplement to the Mosaic Select.

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Monk/Trane- Carnegie Hall- Mosaic-  :wub:

sounds excellent- haven't heard the CD so cant make any comparison. No obvious problems with groove cramming (given the length of each side)

Just an FYI...

Despite the text on the LP jacket, the LP is an all analog production. The CD artwork was mistakenly used for both releases.

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Eric Dolphy 'Conversations' (FM) mono

followed by:

Eric Dolphy 'Iron Man' (Douglas) stereo

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David Murray Octet - Home (Soul Note).

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Joe Harriott/John Mayer 'Indo Jazz Fusions II' (Columbia Lansdowne mono). Just the thing when cooking up a fresh green Thai curry.. :excited:

Followed up with 'Indo Jazz Suite' - also by Harriott/Mayer.

I really must get hold of the 'Curried Jazz' LP by Kenny Wheeler & co. ;)

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Star Highs - Warne Marsh with Hank Jones, George Mraz and Mel Lewis (Criss Cross 1002, 1982)

:excited:

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The Art Farmer Quartet 'Featuring Jim Hall' ''Live' at the Half Note' (Atlantic, mono)

with Steve Swallow and Walter Perkins!

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The Art Farmer Quartet 'Featuring Jim Hall' ''Live' at the Half Note' (Atlantic, mono)

with Steve Swallow and Walter Perkins!

Ahhh, that's a good one.

Currently on my turntable:

Joe Pass - For Jango (Pacific, excellent japanese KING pressing) :excited:

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Jackie McLean: New and Old Gospel (BN) - I'm pretty much ignorant of the Blue Note technicalities. Just know that I bought it when it was first released.

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Memphis Swamp Jam (Blue Thumb) - side D.

Very fine late Furry Lewis and cuts by "R.L.Watson & Josiah Jones", who turned out to be John Fahey and (I believe) Mike Stewart or Bill Barth - don't have the Arhoolie reissue where the true identities of the players are revealed.

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John Patton: Along Came John (Toshiba-EMI)

Kenny Dorham: Una Mas (Toshiba-EMI)

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Previously:

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(no Original Jazz Classics marking on mine! :cool: )

Now:

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Liberty Black Label/Stereo

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Music to watch paint dry... definitely makes the time fly by!

Jimmy Heath - The Thumper

Jimmy Heath - Really Big!

Unfortuneately, they both have the OJC logo :-)

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