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Joe Henderson "Henderson's Habiliment" (Victor, Japan) original issue of the "live in Japan" milestone album...fantastic album!

Benny Bailey "soul eyes" (Saba, Germany) finally caved in and bought an original..*slightly* less then the going rate but not by much :(

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10 hours ago, Homefromtheforest said:

Benny Bailey "soul eyes" (Saba, Germany) finally caved in and bought an original..*slightly* less then the going rate but not by much :(

Yeah, got a Japanese pressing of that one -- it was quite affordable and is a really nice record.

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Eddie Bert ---The Human Factor----(Fresh sound records Sp.)

 

a thoughtful date with principally original material 

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3 hours ago, sidewinder said:

Karl Berger & Co. 'Tune In' (Milestone)

that's a good/great one, 

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On 14.3.2016 at 1:19 PM, John Tapscott said:

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quite a sublime record :tup .....

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On 17.3.2016 at 0:52 PM, JohnS said:

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:tup!

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Jesse Allen: Rockin' and Rollin' (Aladdin/Imperial/Pathe Marconi)

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Martial Solal bonanza this afternoon 

Suite for trio -(MPS) 

Four Keys (MPS)

Vive la France (Capitol) mono 

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4 hours ago, soulpope said:

:tup!

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Hungarian String Quartet, Bela Bartok, The Six String Quartets (DG). Endlessly fascinating music.

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1 hour ago, sidewinder said:

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I was there Bob.  Thanks to Peter Clayton probably.  I don't have mch if any recollection of the music but I o recall the cathedral was decorated with Rosemary.

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KENNY BURRELL: GUITAR FORMS. VERVE/POLYDOR 2304 158 [1985]

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3 hours ago, JohnS said:

I was there Bob.  Thanks to Peter Clayton probably.  I don't have mch if any recollection of the music but I o recall the cathedral was decorated with Rosemary.

Great story John !

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Joe Henderson ---------Inner Urge--------(Blue Note) NYC mono

 

I think I've mentioned before but this album was a slow grower on me. Perhaps surprising given that I have viewed La Roca's Basra as one of my top 5 BN sessions. Inner Urge gives you a generally modal sound where as Basra is full of eastern mystery ,which is at once different and attractive in equal measure.

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Stan Getz, Early Stan (Prestige), and Sonny Stitt, Rearin' Back (Argo)

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Three Sounds 'Coldwater Flat' (BN blue/white Liberty stereo) - Dan's old copy.

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Down to LPs only - power supply to the CD player now away for re-capping. In the process of powering the system back up sans CD there is one heck of a sonic upgrade in terms of soundstage. Astonishing - I can only assume that the CD supply was outputting crap into the rest of the system thanks to its kaput reservoir capacitors..;)

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Teddy Charles, Oscar Pettiford, and Hal Overton, Three for Duke (Jubilee), and Zoot Sims Plays Four Altos (ABC Paramount).

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