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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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On 9 November 2015 at 20:45:41, mjazzg said:

Michael Naura Quintet - European Jazz Sounds [Brunswick/Atelier Sawano]

Sawano did a great job on that one.

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Hamiet Bluiett - Endangered Species (India Navigation)

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wish I still had the India Nav vinyl.

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The Legendary Buster Smith (Atlantic black label mono). A beautiful copy of a beautiful record.

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Bill Jennings - Glide On. Prestige mono fireworks record in this Status cover.

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Robert Johnson, King of the Delta Blues Singers (Columbia, two eyes)

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Joe Henderson "inner urge" (blue note ny USA stereo ear) my favorite Henderson blue note along with "our thing"

Akira Miyazawa "Kiso" (Victor, Japan orig) simply amazing...incredible album

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Steve Lacy/Yuji Takahashi/Takehisa Kosugi "distant voices" (Columbia, Japan). A masterpiece.

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George Braith 'Extension' (BN NY USA, stereo)

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8 hours ago, jeffcrom said:

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The Legendary Buster Smith (Atlantic black label mono). A beautiful copy of a beautiful record.

Picked that one up almost 50 years ago (that's scary to think about). Another one due for a listen after too long a time.

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Yes, I remember it from way back then. Gave it another listen recently on Spotify after reading a great deal about Smith in Stanley Crouch's biography of Charlie Parker's early years.

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On 11/9/2015, 5:04:29, paul secor said:

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Count Basie: Chairman of the Board (Roulette/Classic)

Within the past couple of days I've listened to Atomic Basie and this record. To my ears, Chairman is the better of the two, even if Atomic Basie is better known.

It is the better of the two, no doubt in my mind. Chairman is one of the best albums the NT Basie Band ever made IMO, arguably the best.  

Edited by John Tapscott

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Wadada Leo Smith - The Mass on the World (Moers)

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On 11/11/2015, 06:00:10, sidewinder said:

Sawano did a great job on that one.

certainly sounds so. I don't know anything about Sawano apart from what's on their website. are they generally well regarded?

9 hours ago, jeffcrom said:

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Wadada Leo Smith - The Mass on the World (Moers)

:tup:tup:tup no mistaking for KW on that one :)

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Eddie Lockjaw Davis, Goin' to the Meeting (Prestige), and Wild Bill Davis and Johnny Hodges, In Atlantic City (RCA).

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Following Jeff's lead from a couple of days ago:

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The Legendary Buster Smith (Atlantic)

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17 hours ago, mjazzg said:

certainly sounds so. I don't know anything about Sawano apart from what's on their website. are they generally well regarded?

All the ones I have both look and sound great. I particularly like the attention to detail with the LP sleeve facsimiles. The Tubby Hayes Tempos are particularly good - considering they are needle drops.

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On 6.11.2015, 03:32:59, B. Clugston said:

Paul Desmond Quartet Live (Horizon). Great quartet date with on Ed Bickert on guitar, Jerry Fuller on drums and Don Thompson on bass (and engineer). Desmond's solo on Jobim's Wave is packed with interesting moments.

tremendous performance ....

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Archie Shepp, Attica Blues (Impulse), Dexter Gordon and Gene Ammons, The Chase (Prestige), and Shelley Manne, The Manne We Love (East World Direct Disk)

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Joseph Jarman and Famoudou Don Moye, Egwu-Anwu (Sun Song) (India Navigation). Nice showcase of both talents without the other guys.

Jimmy Giuffre 3, Music for People, Birds, Butterflies & Mosquitoes (Choice). Great album from Giuffre's 70s trio. Lots of flute.

 

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10 hours ago, B. Clugston said:

Joseph Jarman and Famoudou Don Moye, Egwu-Anwu (Sun Song) (India Navigation). Nice showcase of both talents without the other guys.

Jimmy Giuffre 3, Music for People, Birds, Butterflies & Mosquitoes (Choice). Great album from Giuffre's 70s trio. Lots of flute.

 

two very fine albums there :tup

I know I say it every time they're mentioned but those Giuffre Choice sessions really are right up there

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