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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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Influenced by the James Moody discussion on the thread "Reflections on the 70´s" : Listen how Moody sounds really ahead of his time. At some moments he is almost into some post Coltrane stuff ! 

Anyway that´s a fantastic Music. Miles is almost as sharp as Fats on this, and you have a good chance to hear some really strong Tadd Dameron solo piano. that´s not just "arranger´s style". His ballad solos on Don´t Blame Me and Embraceable you are beauties…...

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1 hour ago, HutchFan said:

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NEVER seen this..............

1 hour ago, HutchFan said:

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NEVER seen this..............

 

 

 

 

 

 

god no wonder 1985?!?!  like right before OJC era....but on the 70s style label...weird

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3 hours ago, HutchFan said:

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Groovy Rhythm Section ....

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On 1/18/2020 at 2:01 AM, soulpope said:

Groovy Rhythm Section ....

Yup. And Dex in prime form too.

 

On 1/18/2020 at 0:14 AM, chewy-chew-chew-bean-benitez said:

god no wonder 1985?!?!  like right before OJC era....but on the 70s style label...weird

Recorded in 1970. Maybe that's why they went with the "old" green label?

 

EDIT: 
Dexter with Junior Mance At Montreux is also the subject of my post for today (Sunday, 01/19) on PLAYING FAVORITES.

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4 hours ago, sidewinder said:

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NY mono

never heard the mono, it would be nice to hear this without the seperation, I can really focus on the music better in mono, instead of it dancing around all over place with stereo imaging.   

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7 hours ago, chewy-chew-chew-bean-benitez said:

never heard the mono, it would be nice to hear this without the seperation, I can really focus on the music better in mono, instead of it dancing around all over place with stereo imaging.   

Astonished at just how good it was - a pressing with tremendous presence and clout. Plus of course it is a stealth Hank Mobley record and Hank plays very nicely indeed.

Maybe press the mono button on your amp?

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Horace Tapscott - Live at Lobero [Pure Pleasure/Nimbus]

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I'm definitely listening to more vinyl since we decided to move the better hifi to the living room, where the LP shelves are. Today's choices:

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I'm listening to more vinyl since I properly readjusted the cartridge tracking force and anti-skating control on my turntable a week or so ago. Makes a notable difference; a lot of familiar vinyl sounds different/new again. And given that I still have thousands of LPs to go through...

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8 minutes ago, Larry Kart said:

I'm listening to more vinyl since I properly readjusted the cartridge tracking force and anti-skating control on my turntable a week or so ago. Makes a notable difference; a lot of familiar vinyl sounds different/new again. And given that I still have thousands of LPs to go through...

What a pain in the ass that old analog audio equipment was. I wonder if all the hipsters buying turntables today are even aware that such maintenance is necessary.

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1 hour ago, Captain Howdy said:

What a pain in the ass that old analog audio equipment was. I wonder if all the hipsters buying turntables today are even aware that such maintenance is necessary.

Well, if you've still got thousands of LPs, are you going to throw them in the trash or play them? Not everything worth listening to is on CD.

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1 hour ago, Larry Kart said:

Well, if you've still got thousands of LPs, are you going to throw them in the trash or play them? Not everything worth listening to is on CD.

Oh, I understand. TBH I I regret getting rid of my turntable. But not enough to buy a new one.

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4 hours ago, HutchFan said:

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Yep ....

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6 hours ago, Captain Howdy said:

What a pain in the ass that old analog audio equipment was. I wonder if all the hipsters buying turntables today are even aware that such maintenance is necessary.

Taking care of my analog equipment is a pleasure for me, few tips and it's done. Cooking or gardening is much more complicated and time consuming IMO.

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29 minutes ago, porcy62 said:

Taking care of my analog equipment is a pleasure for me, few tips and it's done. Cooking or gardening is much more complicated and time consuming IMO.

Exactly !

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On 18.1.2020 at 8:01 AM, soulpope said:

Groovy Rhythm Section ....

Two years later there was another live at Montreux "Blues a la Suisse" with Hampton Hawes, Bob Cranshaw and Kenny Clarke. Acoustic purists critizized it because Hampton Hawes playes Electric piano, but IMHO it sound´s good and groovy, same as the Gene Ammons Album from the same date with Dexter and Cannonball sittin in, with the same Rhythm section.

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1 minute ago, Gheorghe said:

Two years later there was another live at Montreux "Blues a la Suisse" with Hampton Hawes, Bob Cranshaw and Kenny Clarke. Acoustic purists critizized it because Hampton Hawes playes Electric piano, but IMHO it sound´s good and groovy, same as the Gene Ammons Album from the same date with Dexter and Cannonball sittin in, with the same Rhythm section.

Bob Cranshaw`s E-Bass (for me) a showstopper ....

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This past weekend:

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Jimmy Hamilton, It's About Time (Prestige Swingville)

Hampton Hawes, All Night Session, volume 1 (Contemporary)Image result for Sam the man taylor moodsville 34Image result for Paul Horn Carlos Lyra columbia

Sam "the Man" Taylor Plays the Bad and the Beautiful (Prestige Moodsville)

Paul Horn and Carlos Lyra, The Sound of Ipanema (Columbia)(

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