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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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22 hours ago, BillF said:

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I must admit I have not listened to very much Chuck Mangione, but remember a small club they had in the mid 80´s in Vienna where the club-owner and DJ spinned very often "Children of Sanchez" which I think is a very catchy thing.

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54 minutes ago, Gheorghe said:

I must admit I have not listened to very much Chuck Mangione, but remember a small club they had in the mid 80´s in Vienna where the club-owner and DJ spinned very often "Children of Sanchez" which I think is a very catchy thing.

It's the early Mangione that I go for and the company he kept - particularly Nistico.

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Roger Kellaway - Spirit Feel (Pacific Jazz)

I just noticed that they misspelled Kellaway's name on the cover. :huh:

 

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Cal Tjader - Puttin' It Together (Fantasy)

An excellent, laid-back live set from 1973. Recorded at Howard Rumsey's Concerts by the Sea.

 

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Sonny Rollins, Tenor Madness (Prestige, 1969 reissue)tenormadness

Image result for Wynton Kely smokin at the half noteWynton Kelly and Wes Montgomery, Smokin' at the Half Note (Verve)

Image result for Lennie Tristano the new tristanoLennie Tristano, The New Tristano (Atlantic)

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Is this the Tenor Madness cover you got? Love these types of Prestige LP reissues, with liner notes written from a then-current "historical perspective", actual essays, usually, things you had to sit down to read!

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3 minutes ago, JSngry said:

Is this the Tenor Madness cover you got? Love these types of Prestige LP reissues, with liner notes written from a then-current "historical perspective", actual essays, usually, things you had to sit down to read!

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Yes that is it. And claims to be electronically re-recorded to simulate stereo, but it sounds like mono to me. Sounds great actually.

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James Williams - Images (of Things to Come) (Concord)
with Billy Pierce (ts); Charles Fambrough (b); and Carl Burnett (d)

 

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Joe Chambers - Double Exposure [Muse]

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Contemporary Yellow label DG mono

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UK Parlophone mono. Trounces the (very good) Vocalion CD.

On 24/05/2019 at 8:40 AM, BillF said:

It's the early Mangione that I go for and the company he kept - particularly Nistico.

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Same here.

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Yesterday and today, I've been listening to LPs that I've accumulated over the last few months that I haven't played yet. A disparate bunch! ;)  

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Mickey Tucker! 

 

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Mike Mainieri & Warren Bernhardt - Free Smiles: Live at Montreux 1978 (Novus)

 

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Al Haig - Plays the Music of Jerome Kern (Inner City)

 

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10 hours ago, sidewinder said:

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Candid DG mono

👍👍👍!!!

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10 hours ago, HutchFan said:

Yesterday and today, I've been listening to LPs that I've accumulated over the last few months that I haven't played yet. A disparate bunch! ;)  

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Sam Rivers (!!) ....

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4 hours ago, soulpope said:

Sam Rivers (!!) ....

One of the more unlikely Sam Rivers sessions - but he fits in brilliantly. Same with that successor release on Novus too. I’ll dig both of these out later on.:tup

4 hours ago, soulpope said:

👍👍👍!!!

I give it at least 4 thumbs ! As good as any Blue Note of the period IMO. That Felix Krull guy was damned good. :D

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3 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

One of the more unlikely Sam Rivers sessions - but he fits in brilliantly. Same with that successor release on Novus too. I’ll dig both of these out later on.:tup

I give it at least 4 thumbs ! As good as any Blue Note of the period IMO. That Felix Krull guy was damned good. :D

Yes and yes :D ....

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Japanese Victor. Great sonics, fantastic session.

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Xanadu

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Inspired by Shawn Dudley's instagram,

Larry Coryell -- Lady Coryell -- (Vanguard Apostolic, US)

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22 hours ago, HutchFan said:

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Mike Mainieri & Warren Bernhardt - Free Smiles: Live at Montreux 1978 (Novus)

 

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Al Haig - Plays the Music of Jerome Kern (Inner City)

 

Al Haig has the best haircut of the bunch.

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39 minutes ago, jlhoots said:

Al Haig has the best haircut of the bunch.

He is sporting a fine pompadour.

I wonder if Haig wanted to be one of the Pharaohs. ;) 

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