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Grachan Moncur III 'Some Other Stuff' (BN, mono)

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Grachan Moncur III 'Echoes of Prayer' (JCOA Virgin)

The Jazz Composer's Orchestra

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'Stanley Turrentine' BN multicolour twofer sides 3 and 4. The mid-sized group material. :tup

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Lee Morgan 'Search For The New Land' (BN NY USA mono)

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Dexter Gordon 'Dexter Calling' (BN Liberty stereo)

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Jacques Coursil & Arthur Jones "Way Ahead" (BYG Actuel)

Had to bust into a full U-Haul box to find that one! All the records are packed to move...

And sidewinder, you really must get a copy of Curried Jazz. It is a great record!

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And sidewinder, you really must get a copy of Curried Jazz. It is a great record!

Yes, a friend of mine has a copy and keeps going on about how great it is ( ;) ). Can usually be picked up around the £15 to £20 mark, thankfully.

It originally came out I think on the MFP budget label. Their usual 'fare' was Bert Kaempfert, 'Top Of The Pops' cover compilations etc.

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Paul Jeffrey-(self titled) - Mainstream- Not what I was expecting but a decent ( and thankfully brief) slab of jazz funk that works pretty well, Charles Kynard, Blue Mitchell and Joe Sample lend their talents. :cool:

Konitz/Mangelsdorff- Art of Duo - Enja- :tup

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And sidewinder, you really must get a copy of Curried Jazz. It is a great record!

Yes, a friend of mine has a copy and keeps going on about how great it is ( ;) ). Can usually be picked up around the £15 to £20 mark, thankfully.

It originally came out I think on the MFP budget label. Their usual 'fare' was Bert Kaempfert, 'Top Of The Pops' cover compilations etc.

Yeah, I don't think I've seen another desirable title on MFP - which makes Curried Jazz all the more interesting.

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Roscoe Mitchell Sextet 'Sound' (Delmark) the mono version, probably one of the last monaural vinyl released in its time!

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Larry Young Into Something' NY stereo

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Larry Young  Into Something' NY stereo

Only stereo? :g:excited:

Just giving an 'airing' to Baby Face Willette 'Stop and Listen' (BN NY USA mono). Not the greatest of sleeves but the vinyl kicks ass..

Clifford - 'MFPs' were about 10s/50p when they came out in the 1960s/70s, by the way. About the cheapest LPs on the market at the time (along with Ronco, K-Tel etc.)

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Followed up by Freddie Hubbard 'Hub Tones' (NY USA mono)

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Coleman Hawkins Get Happy Atlantic (UK)- somewhat pedestrian date ( 1958)- a little disappointing

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Battle of the Bands - Woody Herman and his Herd vs. Harry James and his Music Makers. <> Pickwick Label

Woody Herman and the Herd - Blowin' Up A Storm <>Sunset Label

Jimmy Diamond and the Notorious Nob Hill Gang <>Nob Hill Gang Records.

Great sepia-toned photograph of the band on the cover, sitting in a 1922 seven passenger, double-cowled Packard Phaeton, in front of the Fairmont Hotel.

Terrific Dixieland. :party:

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Eddie Costa 'House of Blue Lights' (Japanese reissue of Dot LP)

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Ian Carr 'EmCee 5 Bebop 61' (Birdland Records) - Early recordings by Mr Carr in a hard-bop 'vein'

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Frank Foster A Blues ain't nothing but a trip - Live - Bingow Records ( 1979)

Frank shows off his trane skills, nice set, never heard of the label , not listed by AMG

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Jimmy Deuchar 'Pub Crawling' (Contemporary mono). US reissue of a great Tempo session.

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Playing catch up...

Ryan Adams - Jacksonville City Nights -- A nicely done 2LP gatefold release with a side of vinyl only tracks including Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash covers. Great stuff.

Johnny Griffin - Live in Tokyo -- Another 2LP gatefold on Inner City with Horace Parlan, Art Taylor and a guy named Mads Vinding on bass. Aside from a short JJ Johnson tune on Side 2, it's one track per side making for some nice, long blowin' by Griffin and Parlan in particular.

Joe Puma - Wild Kitten -- Dawn reissue on Sundazed Euphoria Jazz imprint. Entertaining, if not a bit disconcerting given the prominence given to the accordian... have to get used to that I guess. :D

Sonny Rollins - Alternate Takes -- Mid 80's issue of three unreleased tracks each from Way Out West and The Contemporary Leaders. Given how much I enjoy both of the original albums, I'm not sure these are essential... nice to have though.

Jimmy Smith - The Sermon! -- Mono, deep groove, West 63rd St. Culled from the dollar bins at this month's record convention! :tup

Jimmy Smith - Prayer Meetin' -- Stereo, NY USA from the same $1 bin.

Dave Brubeck - Brubeck Desmond -- Fantasy deep groove red vinyl. Yet another from the two old ladies selling their hubbies' LP's in the corner for $1 each. The trusty DJ bag was overflowing from that booth alone!

Need to revisit the two Ornette Coleman Stockholm BN dates on the big rig... they're all I listened to on the iPod during this week's trip to ATL.

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Gerald Wilson Orchestra 'Moment of Truth' (Pacific Jazz DG original)

Sun Ra 'Disco 3000' (Art Yard)

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Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers 'The Big Beat' (63rd DG mono)

One of the very best Messengers albums!

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David Newman - House of David (Atlantic mono original)

Pepper Adams - 10 to 4 at the 5 spot (Riverside, only affordable as a KING Japan reissue)

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Horace Silver Quintet 'Finger Poppin' With The..' (BN 47W63rd DG). Incredible sound on this !

Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers 'At The Jazz Corner of the World' (BN 47W63rd DG)

Grachan Moncur III 'Some Other Stuff' (BN NY USA stereo)

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Coleman Hawkins - Clark Terry 'Back in Bean's Bag' (Columbia stereo)

The Jazz Messengers 'Des Femmes Disparaissent' French Fontana 10" original, soundtrack music (the 1959 Messengers with Barney Wilen) to the awful film by Edouard Molinaro which played on French cable this week! Music is much better than the film!

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