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Chico Hamilton Quintet - With Strings Attached [Warner Bros, France]

this is fast becoming one of my favourite Hamiltons, especially now I've replaced a noisy copy with a much nicer one.

(still don't like the cover though, sorry TtK :))

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Echoes of the Woodentops.... or Thunderbirds?

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Krzysztofa Komeda——Komedy 1———(Poljazz)

pieces from 1965 and 1962, with the former more interesting. It features Stanko , Urbaniak and Zbigniew Namyslowski a.o. Not of the highest level but still pretty interesting.

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37 minutes ago, mjazzg said:

 

Remember it well. ‘Spotty Dog’ :D

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20 minutes ago, mjazzg said:

Everyone's favourite

Wiki states this was repeated from 1950s to 1973. I'll have caught it in its last few years

 

speaking of everyone's favourite 

 

NP

Tony Oxley---------Tomorrow is here-------(Dossier) 🇩🇪 

 

Sounds immense but quite approachable really. Gerd Dudek, Barry Guy and Johannes Bauer and others feature in the sixteen strong orchestra 

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17 minutes ago, Clunky said:

Wiki states this was repeated from 1950s to 1973. I'll have caught it in its last few years

 

speaking of everyone's favourite 

 

NP

Tony Oxley---------Tomorrow is here-------(Dossier) 🇩🇪 

 

Sounds immense but quite approachable really. Gerd Dudek, Barry Guy and Johannes Bauer and others feature in the sixteen strong orchestra 

I'd've been nearer the middle. I remember it seeming quite old fashioned by then.

The Oxley certainly sounds worthy of investigation.

Now if they had played the music to The Woodentops it could all have been very different...

Just looked up the Oxley. Four drummers apart from him! No wonder it sounds immense

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Ganelin/Chekasin/Tarasov - Con Anima (Melodiya)

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6 hours ago, paul secor said:

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Dembo Konte & Kausu Kuyateh: Simbomba (Rogue)

Utterly beautiful ....

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4 hours ago, soulpope said:

Utterly beautiful ....

Thanks for the positive comment. I'm always surprised (though pleasantly) when someone else knows and likes some of the music I listen to.

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6 minutes ago, paul secor said:

Thanks for the positive comment. I'm always surprised (though pleasantly) when someone else knows and likes some of the music I listen to.

The problem for me is, when it comes to jazz, this only happens online.

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23 minutes ago, paul secor said:

Thanks for the positive comment. I'm always surprised (though pleasantly) when someone else knows and likes some of the music I listen to.

Really appreciate your varied taste in music -  somehow quite often mirroring mine ....

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5 minutes ago, soulpope said:

Really appreciate your varied taste in music -  somehow quite often mirroring mine ....

Good to hear. I wish I had your breadth of knowledge and taste in classical music.

24 minutes ago, erwbol said:

The problem for me is, when it comes to jazz, this only happens online.

Same here.

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42 minutes ago, soulpope said:

Really appreciate your varied taste in music -  somehow quite often mirroring mine ....

I second the first sentiment here (the second only for the occasional Jazz title)

I'm often intrigued by the titles posted and seconded by you both, especially, but not only, the music from Africa of which I have a small smattering most usually of the more famous and obviously commercial names. So to see these LPs is a delight. I've so far resisted chasing any down but today's Kora (?) duet may have to be the first exception to that rule.

now listening to this because it was posted elsewhere on the board  today

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1 hour ago, erwbol said:

The problem for me is, when it comes to jazz, this only happens online.

Agreed .... mostly happens with similarly addicted friends from the past .... probably we are sort of dinosaurs ....

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13 hours ago, paul secor said:

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Dembo Konte & Kausu Kuyateh: Simbomba (Rogue)

Just found a reasonably priced copy and ordered it. Very much looking forward to listening to it

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Dennis Gonzalez & Faruq Z Bey w/ Northwoods Improvisers Septet - Hymn For Tomasz Stanko [Qbico]

one of my favourite trumpeters honouring another 

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Junior Mance———Truckin’ and Trakin’———-(Beehive)

 

Grooves in the manner of a snail on diazepam. Engineer Mal Addey partly responsible for the dead sound. There’s a good recording trying to get out but you can’t escape the thought that they were Truckin’ this one straight to the morgue. No ones finest 36mins. 

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50 minutes ago, Clunky said:

Junior Mance———Truckin’ and Trakin’———-(Beehive)

 

Grooves in the manner of a snail on diazepam. Engineer Mal Addey partly responsible for the dead sound. There’s a good recording trying to get out but you can’t escape the thought that they were Truckin’ this one straight to the morgue. No ones finest 36mins. 

You mean that "Trakin' " should actually read Treaclin';)

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On May 31, 2018 at 11:12 AM, mjazzg said:

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Don Byrd & Gigi Gryce and The Jazz Lab Quintet featuring Jackie Paris - Modern Jazz Perspective [CBS/Sony, Japan]

I had no idea they played with Dave Brubeck!

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