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Nice - would certainly have grabbed a Japanese pressing but I did luck out on an affordable, clean original maybe a year ago (after searching for something like 15 years!).  I believe those Japanese Mouloudjis are promo-only and that no commercial version was released.

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Leo Smith - Human Rights [Kabell/Gramm]

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Leo Smith - Human Rights [Kabell/Gramm]

and side 2 again because it's that good

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Zo-Ko-Ma------(BASF)

 

Pretty sublime offering apart from the electronic sax effects on Konitz's great playing . Sat in the can for 8 yrs before a 1976 release , wonder why?

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I don't think it sat in the can that long - I have a pre-BASF pressing, which wouldn't have been released much later than 1969-70.

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I got it on MPS/SABA around 1969.

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Dexter Gordon 'Our Man In Paris' (BN NY USA, stereo)

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The Complete Yusef Lateef (Atlantic)

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Contemporary Hungarian Music, Zoltan Jeney and Laszlo Sary (Hungaraton). Early 1970s works from two Hungarian composers--very nice and adventurous.

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Contemporary Hungarian Music, Zoltan Jeney and Laszlo Sary (Hungaraton). Early 1970s works from two Hungarian composers--very nice and adventurous.

Excellent choice. Many treasures to be found on the Hungaraton label in the 1970s and 1980s, especially by composers of the Budapest New Music Studio (Jeney and Sary were both founding members).

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Recorded 60 years ago on Tuesday !

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Jimmy Giuffre Trio, Travelin' Light (Atlantic black label), Duke Ellington, Afro-Bossa (Reprise,mono promo), and Junior Mance, Harlem Lullaby (Atlantic mono promo).

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European Jazz Consensus-----Four for Slavia-------(EMI Electrola GmbH)

Skidmore and Dudek responsible for sax duties with drum n bass. Wonder who was responsible for the lame band name? 1977 Hamburg. 

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Contemporary Hungarian Music, Zoltan Jeney and Laszlo Sary (Hungaraton). Early 1970s works from two Hungarian composers--very nice and adventurous.

Excellent choice. Many treasures to be found on the Hungaraton label in the 1970s and 1980s, especially by composers of the Budapest New Music Studio (Jeney and Sary were both founding members).

I've yet to find a dud on that label. Zsolt Durko is another favourite. Do you have any other recommendations? Hungaraton also did that amazing edition of Bartok's works.

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Only stuff I have on Hungaroton is traditional Hungarian folk music... but those sets are stunning.

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Roscoe Mitchell, Tony Marsh, John Edwards - Improvisations [ OtoRoku]

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Enjoying the lunar eclipse with  Steve Lacy

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IMO his best ever album (although very closely followed by "Illusions") ....

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Herbie Mann, Family of Mann (Atlantic)

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The reissue but not bad. Love the album; it has that sincere yet occasionally cheesy quality of the time, very full of personality. 

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