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Yes, the original Philles LP, because nothing sounds 100% like Philles except Philles original pressing, and also because I got lucky about 30+ years ago and found a sealed copy in some weirdass mom & pop (minus the pop and + the Laura Wingfield on Thorazine sidekick) store in Fort Worth with cats running the show, yes, real cats.

Picked up a copy of the Phillies pressing of this today. Great multi artist concept album. My copy is in NM condition which strikes me as fairly remarkable for a pop record of this vintage Edited by Clunky

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Play it Loud. Play it VERY loud!

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Red Holloway - Red Holloway & Company - Concord Jazz (Bellaphon)

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Kenny Burrell - Tin tin deo - Concord Jazz

The title track is one of the most groove-ass things Kenny ever did!

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Bishop Jeff Banks & the Revival Temple Mass Choir - Mater mind is he - Savoy

MG

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Ian Carr and Nucleus+ 'Labyrinth' (UK Vertigo spaceship label). Another nice Antipodean find.

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McCoy Tyner, Tender Moments (Blue Note/Liberty)

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Lou Donaldson - Sunny side up - BN (King)

MG

:tup:tup !!

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King Japan

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The Popular Duke Ellington (RCA Germany)

My copy has a different cover than this one, but I couldn't find an image.

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Gato Barbieri, Chapter One: Latin America (Impulse)

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King Japan

One of my most beloved Blue Note`s.......... obtained this (what seems like ages ago) as new release of subject japanese pressing...

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King Japan

One of my most beloved Blue Note`s.......... obtained this (what seems like ages ago) as new release of subject japanese pressing...

One of my favourite jazz albums as well. No vinyl for me, but I have the Connoisseur, BN Works, and JRVG. JRVG is the best physical digital release.

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King Japan

One of my most beloved Blue Note`s.......... obtained this (what seems like ages ago) as new release of subject japanese pressing...

One of my favourite jazz albums as well. No vinyl for me, but I have the Connoisseur, BN Works, and JRVG. JRVG is the best physical digital release.

Same here--a real favorite. I have the Music Matters issue and it's excellent.

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I have the King pressing of "Basra" myself...have not played it in a few years so this is a nice reminder to spin it again!

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Liberty pressing here, which is fine. I would love to have this as an original New York label, but prices are obscene.

This is one of those albums that make you wonder what would have happened if Coltrane had sticked to Steve Kuhn as his pianist.

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Gator Tail this morning

Earlier

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Please Mr Jackson - Prestige (OJC)

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Funky Reggae - Trip

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In Chateauneuf-du-Pape 1980 - Black & Blue (the original issue, but he was still under contract to Muse, as was Groove Holmes)

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Mellow blues - Trip (Upfront)

Will probably play this later, as I'm in the exact mood for Gator

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Gator's grove - Prestige (Blue label)

MG

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Ray Bryant, Lonesome Traveler (Cadet)

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Warne Marsh/Clare Fischer/Gary Foster - Report of the 1st Annual Symposium on Relaxed Improvisation (Revelation). Home, with a nice little stack of records and CDs from Seattle and Bellingham. This one is fine music in mint condition.

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The Bud Freeman Group (Stere-o-craft). Another Seattle find, and it's a beautiful thing - Bud with just rhythm section. The discographies say 1958 or '59, but I found a Billboard ad from November, 1957 for the tape issue.

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Been having a nice morning with Clarence Wheeler (and the Enforcers)

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Doin' what we wanna - Atlantic

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The love I've been looking for - Atlantic

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The new Chicago blues - Atlantic

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Burn for Bern - Straight Ahead

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Ray Charles chante et joue le blues - Atlantic (France) - not quite the same as 'Ray Charles sings the blues, as it includes 'A bit of soul' featuring Don Wilkerson, which was only issued as the B side of 'Early in the morning' and isn't on any US LP.

MG

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The Jazz Composer's Orchestra -------Communication-------(Fontana Jpn)

Bought at record fair yesterday . One track recorded 50 yrs ago today .

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Art Ensemble of Chicago - People in Sorrow [Nessa]

Famoudou Don Moye - Sun Percussion, volume 1 [AECO Records]

Joseph Jarman - Sunbound [AECO Records]

the Moye really warmed the cold winter air this afternoon. If only there'd been a volume 2

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Hank Crawford, The Soul Clinic (Atlantic), and The Two Sides of Benji Aronoff (Prestige).

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