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Vic Dickenson's Quintet  (Storyville)
Wheelin' & Dealin'  with the Prestige All Stars (Victor)
Archie Shepp ‎- Ballads For Trane (Denon)

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38 minutes ago, porcy62 said:

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Mono, first pressing.

:tup

Spinning UK RCA...

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Had a ticket for one of the concerts on this tour. Unfortunately, snowed in and couldn’t make it !

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5 hours ago, sidewinder said:

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Spinning UK RCA...

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Had a ticket for one of the concerts on this tour. Unfortunately, snowed in and couldn’t make it !

Saw them in Manchester on the same tour. :tup

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50 minutes ago, BillF said:

Saw them in Manchester on the same tour. :tup

For once, in the history of these Isles, the South was cut off whilst Manchester et al were clear. :D

It was so bad that the villages were kept supplied by helicopter. As for me, I was furious at missing Gil’s band but got to see him 3-4 years later.

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7 hours ago, porcy62 said:

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Mono, first pressing.

👍👍👍!!!

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9 hours ago, sidewinder said:

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NYC mono

Desert island platter ....

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4 hours ago, soulpope said:

Desert island platter ....

I always felt that food and water would be better if stuck on desert island than a record that you can't even play. :)

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8 minutes ago, bresna said:

I always felt that food and water would be better if stuck on desert island than a record that you can't even play. :)

You can use it like a weapon to hunt wild animals, mono BN in plastylite can be more deadly then a boomerang.:D

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4 hours ago, soulpope said:

Desert island platter ....

 

8 minutes ago, bresna said:

I always felt that food and water would be better if stuck on desert island than a record that you can't even play. :)

Maybe Soulpope’s island has a generator :D

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UK Fontana

Sheila Jordan spectacular on side 2 !

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4 hours ago, bresna said:

I always felt that food and water would be better if stuck on desert island than a record that you can't even play. :)

😁 ....

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Eastern Rebellion 4 (Timeless)
Not the usual Eastern Rebellion line-up. On this LP, the quartet is expanded to include "Chocolate" Armenteros & Curtis Fuller. 

 

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Mono, one of my favourite Trane's classic quartet's record.

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A modern-ish, "Four Brothers" style sax section, really hoary repertoire, dance-band charts try to split the difference (but don't really succeed), and whoever Rosalind Patton was, she sounded pretty good in a very Ginny Powell-ish way.

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Mick Goodrick - In Pas(s)ing (ECM, 1979)
with John Surman, Eddie Gomez, and Jack DeJohnette

 

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Mark Murphy - Stolen Moments (Muse, 1978)

 

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Just listened to this LP the other day.  Enjoyed it so much that I'm spinning it again.

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Jay McShann - Kansas City Hustle (Sackville, 1978)

 

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Jack McDuff - The Heatin' System (Cadet, 1972)

Oh yes.

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