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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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Over the week-end:

Roberta Flack  - First Take

Lucky Thompson plays for the club

Baker/Hall/Laws - Studio Trieste

Bruce Springsteen - The river

Monk - Misterioso (recorded on tour)

 

Now:

 

The Paul Desmond Quartet - Live

 

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Paul Bley Quintet - Barrage [ESP]

complete with lovely thudding pressing fault for authenticity

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Paul Bley Quintet - Barrage [ESP]

complete with lovely thudding pressing fault for authenticity

? Whenever I come across a clean ESP pressing, I feel like there's something wrong with it.

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Paul Bley Quintet - Barrage [ESP]

complete with lovely thudding pressing fault for authenticity

Red label copies should be free of this defect. It's common among later pressings of this title.

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Paul Bley Quintet - Barrage [ESP]

complete with lovely thudding pressing fault for authenticity

Red label copies should be free of this defect. It's common among later pressings of this title.

uh oh... Collector nerd out paranoia triggered... Must check out my copy when I get home tonight haha..

have not played it in literally 20 years or more but it's certainly a top drawer lineup on that record...

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Yeah, I have a red label mono that suffices. Have encountered others that did not. Pulled it out recently and it is always a musical delight.

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Pepper Adams & Barry Altschul - Be-Bop? (Musica Records - France). Adams, baritone sax; Jean-Pierre Debarbat, flute, soprano,alto,tenor,baritone sax; Siegfried Kessler, piano; Jacques Vidal, bass; Altschul, drums. Danny D'Imperio asked me about this date many years ago and it intrigued me so I picked up a copy from France a few years ago. Nothing earth-shattering here but it is an exciting date. Rinky-dink piano sound though that doesn't do it any favors. The other horn player doesn't do much for me. Good but not worth the ~$35 I paid but I'm a sucker for anything with Pepper on it.

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Kinda feel the same way about that record, but it's nice enough and I'm glad to have a copy.

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Art Pepper Meets the Rhythm Section (Contemporary/Acoustic Sounds)

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Jim Hall - Concierto

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A lovely surprise!

 

 

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Billy Harper, Knowledge of Self (Denon). A recent purchase and the first Harper leader date I've picked up. There's a lot of love for Billy Harper on this board and I can see why--a great one.

good stuff, to my knowledge never was reissued as CD ....

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Cannonball Adderley Quintet in Chicago (Mercury/Speakers Corner)

A recording that doesn't speak to me as it once did.

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Paul Bley Quintet - Barrage [ESP]

complete with lovely thudding pressing fault for authenticity

? Whenever I come across a clean ESP pressing, I feel like there's something wrong with it.

Yes, it doesn't feel right. Listening to New York Art Quartet now which is surprisingly blemish free

Globe Unity Orchestra - Jahrmarkt/Local Fair [Po Torch]

first listen.Side 2 might just be the maddest piece of music I've heard in a very long time

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Paul Bley Quintet - Barrage [ESP]

complete with lovely thudding pressing fault for authenticity

? Whenever I come across a clean ESP pressing, I feel like there's something wrong with it.

Yes, it doesn't feel right. Listening to New York Art Quartet now which is surprisingly blemish free

Globe Unity Orchestra - Jahrmarkt/Local Fair [Po Torch]

first listen.Side 2 might just be the maddest piece of music I've heard in a very long time

That is wild stuff. Local Fair sounds like a precursor to Sergey Kuryokhin's Pop Mechanics projects in the 1980s and '90s.

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Yeah, pretty nutty album. I haven't listened to it in years (not that that has any bearing on quality - just time and priorities).

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Roland Kirk - Kirk in Copenhagen 1963

Chet Baker in Paris Vol. 3

 

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Joe Gordon: Lookin' Good! (Contemporary - black Label)

I do like this date. Always have.

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Me too.

Now:

Herbie Hancock - Maiden Voyage - (BN Liberty USA stereo, RVG)

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