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Defunkt - Thermonuclear Sweat [Hannibal]

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Larry Young - Of Love And Peace [Blue Note]

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A classic, and I bought it also 1978 (those "That´s Jazz" series was easy to purchase and a good way to start a collection for a youngster like me ) when I was heavily into all that "New Stuff", discovering the music of Ornette Coleman and other avantgarde pioneers.

This one is particularly intersting, since Trane has worked with other free jazz musicians like Pharoah Sanders, but this one with Don is especially welcome. The even play some Ornette compositions, so Ornette was omnipresent then. And "Bemsha Swing" was a favourite of Don Cherry.

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also ordered this, featuring bill mays on electric piano, so its a little different- (also avail on conventional lp)

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Great band, with guest artist Johnny Griffin, and Philly J.J. always has been one of my favourites.

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

also ordered this, featuring bill mays on electric piano, so its a little different- (also avail on conventional lp)

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I’ve got a Japanese vinyl of this one somewhere in the racks..

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UK Columbia, Factory Sample

To be reissued by Trunk at Record Store Day tomorrow, with different sleeve apparently.

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1 hour ago, sidewinder said:

 

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UK Columbia, Factory Sample

To be reissued by Trunk at Record Store Day tomorrow, with different sleeve apparently.

Looking forward to Mr T's reissue

44 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

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NY USA mono

Very nice indeed. I was looking at the cost of this only yesterday wondering if I could justify it in order to replace a 70s pressing. I couldn't...

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25 minutes ago, mjazzg said:

Looking forward to Mr T's reissue

Very nice indeed. I was looking at the cost of this only yesterday wondering if I could justify it in order to replace a 70s pressing. I couldn't...

Effectively, this will be the first general issue of the Kirchin. The Columbia original issue, I believe, only got a very limited release and was pulled off the market before anyone was aware of it, hence the scarcity. I will most likely pick up a copy of the Trunk for the new notes and to provide a nice ‘play’ copy. 

25 minutes ago, mjazzg said:

Looking forward to Mr T's reissue

Very nice indeed. I was looking at the cost of this only yesterday wondering if I could justify it in order to replace a 70s pressing. I couldn't...

Never seen a cheap copy of this one but I did once pick up a mono ‘Evolution’ for $10. Alas, those days are long gone. :(

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1 hour ago, sidewinder said:

 

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UK Columbia, Factory Sample

To be reissued by Trunk at Record Store Day tomorrow, with different sleeve apparently.

cool, I suppose that means you'll be offloading the original. I'll get right in line. :D

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Actually this, together with the more studiolike produced "Canyon Lady" were my first Henderson LPs. I became a big Henderson Fan after I first saw him on television (a quartet concert from I thin San Francisco 1977) and that it was: I hurried to the next record dealer and purchased what was availabel.

And imagine: I was sooooo lucky: The same year in autum (1978) Henderson having a quarted with the superb Joanne Brackeen came in town so I heard him life for the first time. Wonderful memories.

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Wow.

I never had the chance to see Mr. Henderson perform in person, but love hearing him on record.

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1 hour ago, clifford_thornton said:

cool, I suppose that means you'll be offloading the original. I'll get right in line. :D

Ahem..:D

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2 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

Ahem..:D

I'm camping just round the corner....in true RSD fashion

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On deck today - managed to get all of the items on my list, good banter in the queue as a bonus ! 

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oThe Bill Evans is an absolute corker !

This 1969 Evans performance was recorded by stealth with a microphone in front of the stage and a recorder stowed under the table cloth of one of the front centre tables. Bearing that in mind, the sonics are astonishing and are very atmospheric in capturing the ambience of Bill Evans at Scotts. I am reminded of the 1980 gigs when I caught an evening from either that very table or one very near it and was transported back, even though this is a very different trio.

The Wes is not in the highest fi but sounds is very acceptable and it’s a fascinating insight into his home town playing right on the cusp of his wider acclaim. Wes of course is Wes i.e. wonderful. Generous amount of music over the 4 sides too. The organ group on side B particularly nice.

Both of the Resonances are recommended.

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It´s Messenger´s time ! I heard the Messengers live on several times and at least the frontline was the same on both occasions.

1) With Valery Ponomarev, Bobby Watson and James Williams on one occasion
2) With Donald Harrison Terence Blanchard on another later occasion.

 

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On 4/12/2019 at 1:30 AM, Gheorghe said:

Great band, with guest artist Johnny Griffin, and Philly J.J. always has been one of my favourites.

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Excellent! :tup

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Von Freeman - Young and Foolish.  (John Young, piano)

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My series of spinning those whom I saw life during the years, continues:

Here ´s Horace Parlan, on this occasion with great danish bass spieler ;) Jesper Lundgaard and the fantastic Dannie Richmond (together with Al Foster maybe my favourite drummer) .

I saw him live about the same time, and it´s interesting here we have a ballad written by swiss bassist Isla Eckinger, and when I saw him, he played with Isla. And the tunes were about the same like on this record. "Duke Ellington´s Sound of Love" was a favourite of Horace Parlan.

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1 hour ago, Uncle Skid said:

Von Freeman - Young and Foolish.  (John Young, piano)

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👍👍👍!!!

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god ill have to pull the fresh sound out to see if they messed with it, cause the lee tape has, Am radio noise, a constant high pitched hum, quite prominent, no no no no im still a very satistified customer with this, but im just saying

 

 

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