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Uschi Bruning & Ernst-Ludwig Petrowsky - Das Neue Usel [FMP]

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Sonny Criss, I'll Catch the Sun (Prestige), and Kai Winding and Brew Moore/Red Rodney, Broadway (Status/New Jazz)

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Ovary Lodge (RCA)

Excellent record - I don't think it's ever made it to CD. 

I bought it around '73 after hearing Tippett on the King Crimson records and seeing Robert Fripp's name on the credits. Totally confounded me but over time it worked its magic. 

A CD would be nice - a lot of the record is very quiet, my vinyl copy very noisy! 

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Jaki Byard Quartet / Live! Vol.1

Oh HELL yeah! :tup 

agreed ....

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I have a SABA pressing of that Jaki Byard Vol 1 - very nice. Picked up from a store in Stuttgart at reasonable cost as well (shame that the store is no longer physically 'there').

Ovary Lodge (RCA)

Excellent record - I don't think it's ever made it to CD. 

I bought it around '73 after hearing Tippett on the King Crimson records and seeing Robert Fripp's name on the credits. Totally confounded me but over time it worked its magic. 

A CD would be nice - a lot of the record is very quiet, my vinyl copy very noisy! 

Might be a victim of the 72/73 oil crisis. There was a bit of deterioration in the quality of vinyl used on LPs of that era, which seems to be an issue with UK RCAs in my experience.

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Red Garland with Eddie Lockjaw Davis, The Red Blues (Status/Moodsville No. 1)

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I have a SABA pressing of that Jaki Byard Vol 1 - very nice. Picked up from a store in Stuttgart at reasonable cost as well (shame that the store is no longer physically 'there').

Ovary Lodge (RCA)

Excellent record - I don't think it's ever made it to CD. 

I bought it around '73 after hearing Tippett on the King Crimson records and seeing Robert Fripp's name on the credits. Totally confounded me but over time it worked its magic. 

A CD would be nice - a lot of the record is very quiet, my vinyl copy very noisy! 

Might be a victim of the 72/73 oil crisis. There was a bit of deterioration in the quality of vinyl used on LPs of that era, which seems to be an issue with UK RCAs in my experience.

Possibly. Thinking about it I think I bought it around Easter '74 which was about 8 months after the Yom Kippur War...my first 6 months at university had that whole crisis as a backdrop. I certainly recall vinyl getting thinner and more dodgy. That's when I learnt to hate it!!!!

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Archie Shepp: Attica Blues Big Band (Blue Marge)

great session

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I have a SABA pressing of that Jaki Byard Vol 1 - very nice. Picked up from a store in Stuttgart at reasonable cost as well (shame that the store is no longer physically 'there').

Ovary Lodge (RCA)

Excellent record - I don't think it's ever made it to CD. 

I bought it around '73 after hearing Tippett on the King Crimson records and seeing Robert Fripp's name on the credits. Totally confounded me but over time it worked its magic. 

A CD would be nice - a lot of the record is very quiet, my vinyl copy very noisy! 

Might be a victim of the 72/73 oil crisis. There was a bit of deterioration in the quality of vinyl used on LPs of that era, which seems to be an issue with UK RCAs in my experience.

Possibly. Thinking about it I think I bought it around Easter '74 which was about 8 months after the Yom Kippur War...my first 6 months at university had that whole crisis as a backdrop. I certainly recall vinyl getting thinner and more dodgy. That's when I learnt to hate it!!!!

Yep, they made the LPs thinner and started recycling the vinyl. Funnily enough though, the quality of the UK CBS pressings seemed to go up. My Miles twofers of that period still sound superb.

Today's finds

Art Farmer 'To Duke With Love' (French East Wind). Blows away my old Inner City copy from back in the day.

Humphrey Lyttleton 'Blues In The Night' (UK Columbia, mono). Another Lansdowne Series LP, immaculate condition.

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Gene  Ammons, Twistin' The Jug (Prestige mono), and Arnett Cobb, Smooth Sailing (Status mono).

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Jaki Byard, Out Front (Prestige), Gene Ammons, Brother Jug! (Prestige), and The Pee Wee Russell Memorial Album (Prestige)

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Steve Lacy - Eronel (Horo). Solo Monk compositions.

Jimmy Deuchar - Pub Crawling (Contemporary). I listened to this once when I found it about a year ago, then forgot about it. That won't happen again - excellent writing and playing from Mr. Deuchar and an all-star British cast.

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Wade Walton - Shake 'Em on Down (Prestige Bluesville mono). An excellent album by the Clarksdale, Mississippi bluesman, recorded at Van Gelder studio in 1962. Mr. Walton autographed my copy at his barber shop in Clarksdale about 20 years ago.

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Pete Brown/Jonah Jones - Jazz Kaleidoscope (Bethlehem). The Pete Brown session on side one is just delicious. It was originally a 10" LP; Joe Wilder is on trumpet.

Charlie Poole with the Highlanders - The Complete Paramount & Brunswick Recordings, 1929 (Tompkins Square)

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1 hour ago, jeffcrom said:

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Pete Brown/Jonah Jones - Jazz Kaleidoscope (Bethlehem). The Pete Brown session on side one is just delicious. It was originally a 10" LP; Joe Wilder is on trumpet.

Charlie Poole with the Highlanders - The Complete Paramount & Brunswick Recordings, 1929 (Tompkins Square)

I have that Pete Brown session on Affinity. I agree with your opinion.

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Martial Solal Trio (French Columbia/EMI). A wonderful album, featuring bilingual puns ("Jazz Frit") and a hilarious "Four Brothers" played on harpsichord.

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Martial Solal - Son 66 (French Columbia/EMI). I enjoyed that last one so much that I went for a second helping.

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