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2 hours ago, JSngry said:

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I love it, so much pre-bop trumpet. This, together with "Trumpet Battle at Minton´s ". 

 

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was staring to regret spending 15 bux i was all oh god its not going to be 15 dollar good it should of been $3 then i put it on and in six seconds in i was all is that the guitar?  NO thats the organ it IS a really unique sounding record- must have 10/10

 

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A palpable yet non-profound pleasure permeates both grooves of this 12"  platter.

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39 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

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Mono version, courtesy BillF

Ah yes. A great one! :tup

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My cover is a shiny gray instead of gold. No idea why, but who cares?

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Dexter makes such a gorgeous sound on the tenor saxophone! A sound as big as a house, but so relaxed and so swinging.

And the rhythm section on this LP -- Kenny Drew, NHØP, and Tootie Heath -- fits Dexter like a glove.

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Hutch, that must be a tasty album. You will like the album Dex and NHØP did for Blue Note. It has Donald Byrd on one track, and Arthur Taylor.

NHØP was an amazing bass player. I have the 1965 "Violin Summit", featuring four violinists, and Nils-Henning steals the show. (Not that the fiddle players are not good.)

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12 minutes ago, Shrdlu said:

You will like the album Dex and NHØP did for Blue Note. It has Donald Byrd on one track, and Arthur Taylor.

Shrdlu, you're referring to One Flight Up, right?

If so... :tup :tup :tup

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Sublime, desert-island Hawk.

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I have the Affinity LP reissue, not the original Felsted release (as pictured above).

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Peter Brotzmann Solo - I Surrender Dear

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The CD has several tracks that are not available on LP. Only 8 of the 12 tracks listed on the link below are on the LP.

Side A: 1-4

Side B: 10-11, 8-9

https://www.trost.at/peter-broetzmann-i-surrender-dear.html

EDIT: Good news: the download code that comes with the LP is for the complete version of the album (12 tracks).

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Once through was nice enough, but also enough, period.

Although, Larry Bunker, spunky like a friskymo!

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53 minutes ago, JSngry said:

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Once through was nice enough, but also enough, period.

Although, Larry Bunker, spunky like a friskymo!

You found the key to the secret Xanadu warehouse?

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12 hours ago, kh1958 said:

You found the key to the secret Xanadu warehouse?

Nothing secret about it!

 

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The Modern Jazz Quartet, Fontessa (Atlantic)

The Return of Don Patterson (Muse)

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On 11/25/2019 at 6:12 AM, Misterioso said:

Peter Brotzmann Solo - I Surrender Dear

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The CD has several tracks that are not available on LP. Only 8 of the 12 tracks listed on the link below are on the LP.

Side A: 1-4

Side B: 10-11, 8-9

https://www.trost.at/peter-broetzmann-i-surrender-dear.html

EDIT: Good news: the download code that comes with the LP is for the complete version of the album (12 tracks).

how's the sound on the LP? I've had a few Trost albums that were pretty badly pressed. 

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On 11/24/2019 at 3:11 PM, HutchFan said:

Sublime, desert-island Hawk.

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I have the Affinity LP reissue, not the original Felsted release (as pictured above).

My favorite Hawk. I have a CD version.

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8 hours ago, clifford_thornton said:

how's the sound on the LP? I've had a few Trost albums that were pretty badly pressed. 

No complaints about my copy. Very good pressing and sound.

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NP:

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Helen Merrill - Autumn Love (Catalyst, 1977)

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More Helen Merrill:

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John Lewis / Helen Merrill (Mercury, 1977)

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