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Dollar Brand, African Space Program (Enja). Great music, though this is one album that sounds much better on CD. I've listened to a few copies of this over the years and all have sounded not so great.

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Lou Donaldson, Blues Walk (Blue Note)

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Bobby Hutcherson - Four Seasons. Nice date. Killer band too - Hutcherson with George Cables, Herbie Lewis & Philly Joe Jones.

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On 7.2.2018 at 11:15 PM, B. Clugston said:

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Dollar Brand, African Space Program (Enja). Great music, though this is one album that sounds much better on CD. I've listened to a few copies of this over the years and all have sounded not so great.

31784835qq.gif! I can not compare it, but the LP from 1974 sounds excellent!

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4 hours ago, Chuck Nessa said:

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I love that "Razor's Edge" 12". And the entire Thermonuclear Sweat album.

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Duke Ellington, Masterpieces by Ellington (Columbia)

Norman Granz Jam Session No. 1 (Verve)

Duke Pearson, Now Hear This (Blue Noe)

 

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19 hours ago, Chuck Nessa said:

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I went to see Defunkt in the Spring of '82 and they ended up as the opening act for an unannounced show by The Time and Prince.  Bowie was not pleased. Only time I saw any of the bands involved.

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George Adams and Don Pullen, More Funk (Palcoscenico)

Mundell Lowe Quartet (Riverside)

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On 2/10/2018 at 5:20 PM, optatio said:

31784835qq.gif! I can not compare it, but the LP from 1974 sounds excellent!

My early vinyl pressing has some bad distortion.

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Curtis Peagler and the Jazz Disciples had a 45 out on Columbia, two years after their initial splash on the scene. Definitely surprised to discover this so I went for it from an Amazon seller. Nice.

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2 hours ago, paul secor said:

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Sammy Price: Sweet Substitute

Good one ....

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On 13.2.2018 at 8:47 AM, JohnS said:

My early vinyl pressing has some bad distortion.

Sorry, I confused the LP! Indeed, the band sounds like it is playing behind a curtain!

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Sirone - Artistry [Of The Cosmos]

one of my all time favourites (despite never managing to get a clean copy, after several attempts)

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Anna Hogberg Attack- s/t [Omlott]

followed by

New York Art Quartet - Call It Art [Turning Point]

LP.1

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Clayton Love - Come on Home Blues (Red Lightnin' 10" LP)  Recorded live in a club in St. Louis sometime in the 1970s, I think.

One of the best hours of my life was spent in a hot, steamy, run-down theater in Clarksdale, Mississippi - in 1994, probably. After a set by Little Bill Wallace (Wadada Leo Smith's stepfather), Love and his band played an amazing set of blues and R & B much like this album. Of course, he played and sang "The Big Question," his hit with Ike Turner's Kings of Rhythm, and also Turner's "I'm Tore Up," originally sung by Billy Gayles. He does both of those songs here.

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6 hours ago, Misterioso said:

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I have a copy of that that has for some unfathomable reason remained sealed. I was at the gig and wonder whether subconsciously I'm trying to preserve that live experience which would be odd as my memory of the performance is getting more hazy. I should break open the LP, I guess

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