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There's also one for two mandolins ... and another for two mandolins, a kazoo, and Le Petomane.

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Now THAT'S irresponsible music-making!!!!

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Pretty damned nice performances of a pretty damned inconsequential set of pieces.

Whatever happened to Vivian Rivkin (then Mrs. Dean Dixon)? There seems to be a story there? Rivkin was a student of Dixon's, something like that? She made a few records anddied at 55, that I can find. And a later packaging of this record omits Dixon's photo:

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She plays really well on this one too.

 

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early 70s starline double A side 45 b/w "why am i treated so bad?"- this should be better than the originals, these starlines bypass the pitfalls of 60s capitol mastering and usually top previous issues

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Good as the sound is on the Mosaic, can’t beat the LP version.

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8 hours ago, sidewinder said:

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Scarecrow Records

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3 hours ago, BillF said:

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and in pretty acceptable sound, considering that it was recorded live at the Rendezvous Ballroom, Balboa Beach. Some of the best Shorty Big Band material on this one plus the bonus of the two Gellers (Herb, Lorraine, not Uri :crazy:) in the lineup.

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Roy Eldridge and Benny Carter, Urbane Jazz (Verve)Image result for Benny Carter Roy Eldridge urbane

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one of the best .99c lps ive ever found- and hey the orig. price was prob not much more being columbias budget label n all--- but nothing budget about the jams.......its one of those acetate-like lps (styrene?)-- that feels "like glass" 

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*oh and i saw him once

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LP 1 (of 3).

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14 minutes ago, JSngry said:

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LP 1 (of 3).

Have that on cd - good.

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One of my all time favourites. I had heard Art Farmer for the first time at the end of the summer 1978 in Vienna. Max Roach came by just to say hello, the next day Max Roach was playing in town and Art Farmer came by and Max Roach announced that Art Farmer is in the house…….. those were the days. 

I think, this 1975 recording with the fantastic Cedar Walton Trio was brand new then in 1978. I purchased it just to have some album which is close to the way he plays now. It became one of my all time favourites, a Beautiful thing ! 

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13 hours ago, Gheorghe said:

One of my all time favourites. I had heard Art Farmer for the first time at the end of the summer 1978 in Vienna. Max Roach came by just to say hello, the next day Max Roach was playing in town and Art Farmer came by and Max Roach announced that Art Farmer is in the house…….. those were the days. 

I think, this 1975 recording with the fantastic Cedar Walton Trio was brand new then in 1978. I purchased it just to have some album which is close to the way he plays now. It became one of my all time favourites, a Beautiful thing ! 

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I have a US Inner City and a French East Wind of this one - think I bought the Inner City in 1979 as a Mole Jazz deletion. A gem ! - Cedar’s trio is also outstanding, as per usual.

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13 hours ago, Gheorghe said:

One of my all time favourites. I had heard Art Farmer for the first time at the end of the summer 1978 in Vienna. Max Roach came by just to say hello, the next day Max Roach was playing in town and Art Farmer came by and Max Roach announced that Art Farmer is in the house…….. those were the days. 

I think, this 1975 recording with the fantastic Cedar Walton Trio was brand new then in 1978. I purchased it just to have some album which is close to the way he plays now. It became one of my all time favourites, a Beautiful thing ! 

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❤❤❤ and more !!!

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10 hours ago, sidewinder said:

I have a US Inner City and a French East Wind of this one - think I bought the Inner City in 1979 as a Mole Jazz deletion. A gem ! - Cedar’s trio is also outstanding, as per usual.

I have it on LP from 1978 and I got it signed by Mr. Art Farmer !!!!

And a few years ago I also bought it on CD, so I must not always spin the LP. 

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Jeremy Steig & Eddie Gomez - Rain Forest (CMP, 1980)

CMP released some excellent music back in the day (including this LP). They typically featured exquisite recorded sound quality too.

 

Regarding Art Farmer's To Duke with Love. Nice to see it getting so much love. Couldn't agree more. It's one helluva record.

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I saw the New Thundering Herd in the summer of 1979, they were great, and sounded quite modern, they also played some 1970´s Chick Corea material. 

Shortly after this, they were at Monterey and had stars like Diz, Woody Shaw, Stan Getz and Slide Hampton on it. The Version of "Woody´n You" is Incredible ! 

And the band without the guests also really stretches out, listen to "Countdown", not an easy tune at all even if it´s based on "Tune Up" , and rare for Woody Herman: The Mingus tune "Bettter Git It in Your Your" . 

 

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11 hours ago, Gheorghe said:

I saw the New Thundering Herd in the summer of 1979, they were great, and sounded quite modern, they also played some 1970´s Chick Corea material. 

Yep, I remember seeing Woody’s band play ‘La Fiesta’ around that time. The band had Lyle Mays on keyboards i think.

 

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with John Surman, Eddie Gomez, and Jack DeJohnette

Oh hell yeah.

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Stunning music....

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