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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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First spin of a new-to-me LP:

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Terumasa Hino Sextet - Fuji (Catalyst, licensed from Victor Japan, 1972)

 

Earlier this evening:

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Ray Barretto - The Other Road (Fania, 1973)

 

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Oliver Nelson - Stolen Moments (Inner City, licensed from East Wind, 1975)

 

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5 hours ago, HutchFan said:

First spin of a new-to-me LP:

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Terumasa Hino Sextet - Fuji (Catalyst, licensed from Victor Japan, 1972)

 

Earlier this evening:

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Ray Barretto - The Other Road (Fania, 1973)

 

I saw Terumasa Hino as the featured star in a great Group Dave Liebman had in 1979 (Dave with Terumasa Hino, John Scofield, Ron McLure and Adam Nussbaum)

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8 hours ago, Gheorghe said:

I saw Terumasa Hino as the featured star in a great Group Dave Liebman had in 1979 (Dave with Terumasa Hino, John Scofield, Ron McLure and Adam Nussbaum)

Yes, that was my first exposure to Hino as well -- but it was only on record, years after they'd been made.  ;) 

 

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My LP is actually a Verve "MPS Series" reissue.

Even though there's not a lot of room to stretch out, Lockjaw & Joe Newman are still on board as the soloists on their respective instruments. Two voices that are always good to hear. Plus, Chico O'Farrill arrangements.

 

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Various Artists - Inspiration & Power 14 Free Jazz Festival [Trio Records]

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Lester Young - "Prez" Vol. II (Pablo)

Wonderful music -- and an evocative cover photo. 

I think the OJC CD reissue ruined the cover by splashing words across the image and altering the color.

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In the big scheme of things, it's nothing.  ... But I'm going to stick with the vinyl. ;) 

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Listened to this straight through and then started it over again for a second listen. 

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1 hour ago, HutchFan said:

I think the OJC CD reissue ruined the cover by splashing words across the image and altering the color.

Yep.

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2 hours ago, HutchFan said:

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Listened to this straight through and then started it over again for a second listen. 

Eddie "Who" Harris always is a pleasure to listen to. I think when I was a young guy, his "Compare to what" was one of the best selling albums. 

I had the imense luck to see him live almost every day for at least a week, maybe even 10 days in a then existing very very small Viennese jazz club "Spelunke". Now if I think About it, I wonder how that was possible, a world star for such an extended gig in such a small club……

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Spinning Dwight Trible on Gondwana Records tonight: Inspirations (2017) and Colors (2018). The latter includes a beautiful version of "The Creator has a Master Plan."

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14 hours ago, Gheorghe said:

Eddie "Who" Harris always is a pleasure to listen to. I think when I was a young guy, his "Compare to what" was one of the best selling albums. 

I had the imense luck to see him live almost every day for at least a week, maybe even 10 days in a then existing very very small Viennese jazz club "Spelunke". Now if I think About it, I wonder how that was possible, a world star for such an extended gig in such a small club……

Yeah, I've read that Swiss Movement, the LP with "Compared to What," sold more than a million copies.  

That's VERY cool that you got to see him many times. :tup 

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Elvin Jones, Clark Terry, James Moody, Bunky Green, Summit Meeting (Vanguard)

Chico Freeman, The Outside Within (India Navigation)

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6 hours ago, Misterioso said:

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Great solo LP, especially I like the rare played "Remember" 

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13 hours ago, kh1958 said:

Sonny Stitt, Moonlight in Vermont (Denon)Image result for sonny stitt Moonlight in vermont denonImage result for elvin Jones Summit Meeting vanguardImage result for Chico Freeman the outside within india navigation

Elvin Jones, Clark Terry, James Moody, Bunky Green, Summit Meeting (Vanguard)

Chico Freeman, The Outside Within (India Navigation)

I dig all three of those. :tup

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Duke Ellington - The Golden Duke (Prestige, 2 LPs)

LP 1 - music from 1946 originally released on Musicraft

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4 hours ago, HutchFan said:

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👍👍👍and many more !!!

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Kokoroko (Brownswood)

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Stanley Turrentine, Hustlin' (Blue Note Tone Poet)

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