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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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47 minutes ago, paul secor said:

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The Be-Bop Keyboard Masters (Vogue)

I really enjoy Wade Legge's solo cd. His work with Rollins and Mingus was also first rate. Too bad he died so very young.

 

STUDIO TRIESTE I'm spinning this one, and lovin' it. What a wonderful record! The playing, the arranging by Don Sebesky, are first class. Hubert Laws is shinning on Django. And Chet BAker is in fine shape. Just bought it a couple of weeks ago. This will be one of my favorites.

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6 hours ago, kh1958 said:

Johnny Hodges, Not So Dukish (Verve)

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Marcello Melis: The New Village on the Left (Black Saint)

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1 hour ago, paul secor said:

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Marcello Melis: The New Village on the Left (Black Saint)

:tup!

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Sonny Criss, Warm and Sonny (Impuse). A commercial effort of the '70s--overproduced and funkified--yet ignoring all that, Sonny Criss sounds magnificent at times on this recording.l81vRJAabQVL._SX425_.jpg

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12 hours ago, Dmitry said:

STUDIO TRIESTE I'm spinning this one, and lovin' it. What a wonderful record! The playing, the arranging by Don Sebesky, are first class. Hubert Laws is shinning on Django. And Chet BAker is in fine shape. Just bought it a couple of weeks ago. This will be one of my favorites.

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CHET BAKER - JIM HALL - HUBERT LAWS: STUDIO TRIESTE. CTI/METRONOME 0063.051 [1982]

Note: This copy was a special edition for members of the book club "Büchergilde Gutenberg" of the German Trade Union (DGB) in the eighties. I have just removed the price sticker: 17,90 DM!

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1 hour ago, optatio said:

… ditto … just spinning also ...

CHET BAKER - JIM HALL - HUBERT LAWS: STUDIO TRIESTE. CTI/METRONOME 0063.051 [1982]

Note: This copy was a special edition for members of the book club "Büchergilde Gutenberg" of the German Trade Union (DGB) in the eighties. I have just removed the price sticker: 17,90 DM!

Is the German pressing also gatefold, like the original?

As far as I know, this was put on cd only in Japan, under Jim Hall's name, and is going for big bucks now.

 

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Pierre Dorge & Walt Dickerson: Landscape with Open Door

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I've not encountered that particular Dickerson Steeplechase before. Must rectify!

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Last night - 

Walt Dickerson 'Relativity' (New Jazz)

Yusef Lateef 'Into Something' (New Jazz)

Charles Earland 'Black Drops' (Prestige, purple label)

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8 hours ago, Dmitry said:

Is the German pressing also gatefold, like the original?

No, the LP is packed in a standard cover. Also the labels differ:

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Nimal- Voix De Surface

 

 

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Lester Young: The Complete Aladdin Recordings Volume 2

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Rashied Ali - Leroy (or Le Roy, as the cover has it) Jenkins Duo: "Swift Are the Winds of Life" (Survival)

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9 hours ago, paul secor said:

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Lester Young: The Complete Aladdin Recordings Volume 2

Excellent ....

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43 minutes ago, paul secor said:

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Archie Shepp: The Way Ahead

With a laminated cover? Those are beautiful!

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42 minutes ago, JSngry said:

With a laminated cover? Those are beautiful!

Yup - original issue laminated cover. Impulse was special back then.

Also forgot that Ron Carter was on bass until I was playing the record. I think it was bit unusual for him to be on this sort of date in 1968, but perhaps I'm wrong.

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49 minutes ago, paul secor said:

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Archie Shepp: The Way Ahead

:tup:tup:tup!!!

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1 hour ago, paul secor said:

Yup - original issue laminated cover. Impulse was special back then.

Also forgot that Ron Carter was on bass until I was playing the record. I think it was bit unusual for him to be on this sort of date in 1968, but perhaps I'm wrong.

IIRC, Roy Haynes was on some of it as well? On "Frankenstein"? That's the cut that really pulled me into Shepp World as far as straight-up tenor playing.

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According to the liners, Haynes is on "Damn If I Know (The Stroller)" and "Sophisticated Lady". Beaver Harris on "Frankenstein" and "Fiesta". Sounds that way to me.

There must be a story how Carter and Haynes ended up playing on this date. Or perhaps Shepp called them and it was just a recording gig.

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I could be wrong, but I think the drumming credits are reversed? Sure sounds like Roy to me on "Frankenstein", that brittle breaking of it up, but I've not listened in a while.

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