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Coleman Hawkins, Thanks for the Memory (Xanadu)

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DON ELLIS: HOW TIME PASSES. CANDID/BASE GJS 9004 [1985]

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27 minutes ago, optatio said:

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DON ELLIS: HOW TIME PASSES. CANDID/BASE GJS 9004 [1985]

👍!

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Roy Brooks - The Free Slave (Muse, rec. 1970)
with George Coleman, Woody Shaw, Hugh Lawson, and Cecil McBee

Outstanding.

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2 hours ago, HutchFan said:

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Roy Brooks - The Free Slave (Muse, rec. 1970)
with George Coleman, Woody Shaw, Hugh Lawson, and Cecil McBee

Outstanding.

Word ....

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This again:

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Ralph Towner / Solstice - Sound and Shadows (ECM)
with Jan Garbarek, Eberhard Weber, and Jon Christensen

 

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Bill Barron - The Next Plateau (Muse, 1989)

 

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10 hours ago, HutchFan said:

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Roy Brooks - The Free Slave (Muse, rec. 1970)
with George Coleman, Woody Shaw, Hugh Lawson, and Cecil McBee

Outstanding.

:tup:tup:tup

On 11-2-2019 at 10:40 PM, soulpope said:

👍!

+1

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6 hours ago, HutchFan said:

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Bill Barron - The Next Plateau (Muse, 1989)

 

Very good indeed ....

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11 hours ago, paul secor said:

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Fantastic ! I think I got to listen to Dolphy from Mingus, and the Berlin Concerts was my first Dolphy album under his own name. I think when I first heard Dolphy he seemed to me a free jazz player but he is not and never was. His lines are the next step after Charlie Parker, I think.

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On ‎12‎.‎02‎.‎2019 at 8:11 PM, HutchFan said:

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Good fun. :) 

oh this one !

I remember well when I purchased it in the late 70´s , I think it´s the logic following of "Giants of Jazz" , having Diz and Stitt together in an allstar Group. This is first rate bebop with some of the most outstanding bop tunes. I think each of the men involved during that time did other projects and played more modern music, but for this special event they all came together to dig back into their roots. But bringing all them together must have costed a fortune.

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On 13.2.2019 at 4:40 AM, paul secor said:

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👍👍👍!!!

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47 minutes ago, Gheorghe said:

oh this one !

I remember well when I purchased it in the late 70´s , I think it´s the logic following of "Giants of Jazz" , having Diz and Stitt together in an allstar Group. This is first rate bebop with some of the most outstanding bop tunes. I think each of the men involved during that time did other projects and played more modern music, but for this special event they all came together to dig back into their roots. But bringing all them together must have costed a fortune.

There’s also that sister album for Sonet under Sonny Stitt’s name. I remember ‘The Bop Session’ - quite a common site in the racks over here.

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9 hours ago, paul secor said:

See the source image

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7 hours ago, sidewinder said:

There’s also that sister album for Sonet under Sonny Stitt’s name. I remember ‘The Bop Session’ - quite a common site in the racks over here.

sidewinder -- are you referring In Walked Sonny, the LP that Stitt made with Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers?  Or is there another one?

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Ah yes, that’s the one. Forgot that it was with Blakey - it came out I think around the same time as ‘The Bop Session’.

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On 2/12/2019 at 3:47 PM, HutchFan said:

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Bill Barron - The Next Plateau (Muse, 1989)

 

 

Whats with Georgia, first hank, jimmy carter, then little richard, then the allman bros, then jeffcrom, then YOU.  This lp meets multiple criteria for one i would want to consider getting, its a guy i know its good who i need more stuff of, and its from '89, a big year in record collecting!!!!  did muse even make lps into '90-- thats ballz dawg- i bet 90% of ppl on the board w/ this album have it on CD

 

IS IT VANGLEDER STAMPED?

oh i see it was cut at a regular studio, prob not rvg'd, i KNOW ive seen period vangelder stamps on somethin or another

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On 23.5.2018 at 1:48 PM, mjazzg said:

 

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Herbie Mann - Gagaku & Beyond [Finnadar]

That's a very underrated album. Pat Rebillot's tune "Mauve Over Blues" is a timeless beauty.

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5 hours ago, chewy-chew-chew-bean-benitez said:

Whats with Georgia, first hank, jimmy carter, then little richard, then the allman bros, then jeffcrom, then YOU. 

Don't forget forum member Buddha the Magnificent. He's in Georgia too, down in Savannah. And Ken Dryden is just across the state line, up near Chattanooga.

. . . 

A few slightly more famous Georgians: James Brown (raised in Augusta, GA) and Otis Redding (born in Dawson, GA; raised in Macon, GA). 

Georgia stakes an honorary claim to Ray Charles too -- even tho' he was raised in Florida -- because he was born in Albany. 

All sorts of Georgia connections. ;) 

 

5 hours ago, chewy-chew-chew-bean-benitez said:

This lp meets multiple criteria for one i would want to consider getting, its a guy i know its good who i need more stuff of, and its from '89, a big year in record collecting!!!!  did muse even make lps into '90-- thats ballz dawg- i bet 90% of ppl on the board w/ this album have it on CD

IS IT VANGLEDER STAMPED?

oh i see it was cut at a regular studio, prob not rvg'd, i KNOW ive seen period vangelder stamps on somethin or another

I don't know what's in the wax. If you'd like, I can look tonight when I get home from work. :) 

 

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