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Nathen Page Plays Pretty For The People

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More from the box. Stereo in this version.

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32 minutes ago, paul secor said:

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Oh man, the good old days. :tup

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The Conversation (OST, David Shire)

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Antonio Carlos Jobim, Stone Flower (CTI)

James Moody, Beyond the World (Vanguard)

Larry Coryell, Lady Coryell (Vanguard)

Larry Coryell, Offering (Vanguard)

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18 minutes ago, kh1958 said:

James Moody, Beyond the World (Vanguard)

What do you think of that Moody LP, kh?

I've never heard it.

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7 hours ago, sidewinder said:

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More from the box. Stereo in this version.

Excellent ....

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1 hour ago, HutchFan said:

What do you think of that Moody LP, kh?

I've never heard it.

The tunes are split between James Moody compositions and those of Tom McIntosh. It's not a straight ahead jazz record. There are two guitarists and electric keyboards. A product of its times, I suppose, the album is an odd mixture; Moody sounds terrific, particularly on flute. I liked about half of the record; disliked the other half (mostly because of awful vocals on several tracks). Basically about half a good record; the rest better to skip on CD version if there is one.

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2 hours ago, kh1958 said:

Antonio Carlos Jobim, Stone Flower (CTI)

CTI classic ....

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3 hours ago, kh1958 said:

Antonio Carlos Jobim, Stone Flower (CTI)

James Moody, Beyond the World (Vanguard)

Larry Coryell, Lady Coryell (Vanguard)

Larry Coryell, Offering (Vanguard)

im pretty sure Stone Flower is Dave Grusins favorite album.  he always plays stuff from it and talked about how important it is

its a very influential album in contemporary jazz

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1 hour ago, paul secor said:

See the source image

Sublime ....

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8 hours ago, kh1958 said:

The tunes are split between James Moody compositions and those of Tom McIntosh. It's not a straight ahead jazz record. There are two guitarists and electric keyboards. A product of its times, I suppose, the album is an odd mixture; Moody sounds terrific, particularly on flute. I liked about half of the record; disliked the other half (mostly because of awful vocals on several tracks). Basically about half a good record; the rest better to skip on CD version if there is one.

Thanks for sharing your impressions. :tup 

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Craig Harris and Tailgaters Tales - Shelter [JMT]

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Bunky Green, Transformation (Vanguard)

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Gunter Hampel and his Galaxie Dreamband - Out From Under [Birth]

heavily featuring Perry Robinson RIP

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Been ripping my new LP - L'archange du Manding, by Kade Diawara

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Pretty nice - a bit noisy but not so bad it spoils the pleasure of listening to very traditional Djeliya.

Followed it up with something completely different - Lionel Hampton - Flying home. This is the 1954 version, recorded for Clef. The LP I have is a compilation of tracks that were issued on two earlier Clef LPs which were imaginatively called 'The Lionel Hampton Quintet' and 'The Lionel Hampton Quartet/Quintet'

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MG

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16 hours ago, mjazzg said:

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Craig Harris and Tailgaters Tales - Shelter [JMT]

One to dig out.

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