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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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34 minutes ago, paul secor said:

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T-Bone Walker: Hot Leftovers (Imperial/Pathe Marconi)

Is this with Maxwell Davis?

 

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Michael Horowitz/Pete Brown/New Departures ‘Blues For The Hitchiking Dead’ (Gearbox 2LP box set)

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Band with Stan Tracey, Bobby Wellins, Jeff Clyne, John Mumford and Laurie Morgan. Lo fi but historic.

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5 hours ago, tomatamot said:

Is this with Maxwell Davis?

 

A couple of tracks may have been recorded with Maxwell Davis or they may have been recorded in Detroit with T.J. Fowler's band - the discography on the back says either/or. And a number of the tracks have unknown personnel or partially unknown personnel. I'd say if you're looking for T-Bone with Maxwell Davis, look elsewhere.

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The Virtuoso Guitar of Scrapper Blackwell (Yazoo)

He had a beautiful touch on his guitar strings,

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4 hours ago, paul secor said:

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The Virtuoso Guitar of Scrapper Blackwell (Yazoo)

He had a beautiful touch on his guitar strings,

Very good indeed ....

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8 hours ago, paul secor said:

A couple of tracks may have been recorded with Maxwell Davis or they may have been recorded in Detroit with T.J. Fowler's band - the discography on the back says either/or. And a number of the tracks have unknown personnel or partially unknown personnel. I'd say if you're looking for T-Bone with Maxwell Davis, look elsewhere.

Maxwell Davis was on the following T-Bone Imperial sessions:

15 Aug 1951;

20 Aug 1951;

c Dec 1951;

10 Mar 1952;

Mar 1952; and

c Mar 1952.

I don't know what's on that LP of Paul's.

MG

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Roscoe Mitchell—————-More cutouts ————(Cecma ) Italy 1981

 

excellent trio with Hugh Ragin. 

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The Duke - Historically Speaking  ( London Records LTZ-N15029 )

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23 hours ago, Kevin Bresnahan said:

Is that an analog recording or a digital one?

I got an answer from Universal Music: Digital, 2017 recorded.

Clarke - Boland Big Band.  ( Atlantic - 1404 promo copy )

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Paul Chambers - 1st Bassman. ( Vee Jay RJL-6009, 1981 Japanese pressing )

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Cecil Taylor & Tony Oxley - Ailanthus/Altissima [TriplePoint]

finally took the leap...loving what I hear so far on the first listen through. The sound's such that it's like they're in the room with me

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Sam "The Man" Taylor His Tenor Sax and Orchestra - Rockin at the Hop.  ( Lion L-70054 )

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3 hours ago, paul secor said:

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Basie Jam

Great cover photography ....

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Dave Hildinger Quintet - The Young Moderns.  ( Baton Records BL-1204 )

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Enrico Rava -----Jazz a confronto 14-------(Horo)

 

great record

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19 minutes ago, Clunky said:

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Enrico Rava -----Jazz a confronto 14-------(Horo)

 

great record

Probably Calvin Hill`s finest hour on wax ....

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Sonny Rollins - Alternate Takes ( Contemporary  C-7651 )

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The Blues of Sleepy John Estes - Volume Two 1938 - 1940 (Swaggie)

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Carla Bley/Steve Swallow ‘Night Glo’ (Watt/ECM)

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On 14-3-2018 at 10:30 AM, The Magnificent Goldberg said:

Maxwell Davis was on the following T-Bone Imperial sessions:

15 Aug 1951;

20 Aug 1951;

c Dec 1951;

10 Mar 1952;

Mar 1952; and

c Mar 1952.

I don't know what's on that LP of Paul's.

MG

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T-Bone Walker ‎– Classics Of Modern Blues

Thanks found this now playing.

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My old cutout copy bought from Mole Jazz back in the day !

Tony Williams was using tree trunks as sticks on LP1..

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Dexter Gordon——-A swingin’ Affair———(BN) NY mono

 

not played this in a while. Dexter sounding pretty forceful which is perhaps in part down to the loudness of the record. Great

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