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You might come for the Al Cohn, but don't be surprised if you come back for the David Tudor.

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Mono, white label promo.

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Grauer blue label, mono.

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Chet Baker At Capolinea

Sam Jones Quintet  - Visitation

 

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Dave Brubeck, The Last Set at Newport (Atlantic)Image result for dave brubeck last set at Newport

Lester Young, Jammin' the Blues/Apollo Theater (Jazz Anthology)Image result for lester young jammin the blues apollo theater

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with George Arvanitas (on organ), Pierre Michelot and George Collier.

21 hours ago, JSngry said:

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You might come for the Al Cohn, but don't be surprised if you come back for the David Tudor.

Terrific record reissued as a Hat cd.

 

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I've had the HAT Cd for a while now, but seeing this LP for $3.99 (and in good shape no less!), had to get it as an "object", even if it has the Esoteric/Counterpoint label. That cover photo/design is wondermous!

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Continuing with my Bud Freeman lps -

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Side 2 of this one is a Freeman trio with Dave Bowman and Don Lamond.

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LP 2 - with brother Tommy, Kenny Burrell, Sonny Clark, et al from October '62

Glorious.

Crazy that music from this session sat on the shelf until 1978!

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Cannonball Adderley - WHY AM I TREATED SO BAD?

Picked it up last summer in a garage sale in Bristol,RI. Paid a cool dollar. This was the only jazz album they had. Also bought there what I believe to be a genuine Persian rug, for $3. Anyone knows antique rugs ?

It’s an excellent, even, quality album from 1967, wish it were recorded better. CD version has 2 bonus tracks. Haven’t heard them. It still has shrink wrap plastic with a discounted price sticker, cover is hole-punched, the punch hole is inside the plastic, which wasn’t punctured. Hole- punched in the Capitol warehouse, and sold to a discounter, and wrapped later?

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Archie Shepp - Attica Blues Big Band, Live At The Palais Des Glaces

tremendous (thanks to Pim for not liking it enough to part with it:))

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Just finished: 80th Anniversary version of Art Blakey - Indestructible. Now playing: David Schnitter - Goliath (Muse)

David Schnitter - Goliath (1978, Vinyl) | Discogs

Two things... First, WTF is up with this cover? Am I missing something here? Is he supposed to be praying to his saxophone to help save him from those sheep? Second, why does bass sound so terrible from this short period of time in Jazz? McBee's bass sound is so whiny. It's like a big mosquito buzzing around my head.

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18 hours ago, HutchFan said:

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LP 2 - with brother Tommy, Kenny Burrell, Sonny Clark, et al from October '62

Glorious.

Crazy that music from this session sat on the shelf until 1978!

A nice 2LP set, that one. 

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Now playing: Louis Hayes - Breath Of Life (Muse). This is an interesting date. It moves outside of where I thought Louis would go. It's not free but it's not your typical hard bop date either.

Louis Hayes - Breath Of Life | Releases | Discogs

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Obrador - More Odd Jobs

 

bought on the strength of Bert Wilson being involved...and it has exceeded expectations!

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Arrived in the mail this evening:

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Sounds great. :D 

 

 

 

6 hours ago, bresna said:

Now playing: David Schnitter - Goliath (Muse)

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Two things... First, WTF is up with this cover? Am I missing something here? Is he supposed to be praying to his saxophone to help save him from those sheep? 

I suppose he's playing with the idea of praying over the Christ-child in a manger scene.

But, yeah, it is strange.  ... Especially considering the title of the album.  He's got the whole David & Goliath thing going with that.  But that doesn't really tie in with the "Away in a manger, no crib for a bed" angle.  Schnitter's mixing up his biblical allusions in all sorts of ways.

 

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14 hours ago, bresna said:

Now playing: Louis Hayes - Breath Of Life (Muse). This is an interesting date. It moves outside of where I thought Louis would go. It's not free but it's not your typical hard bop date either.

Louis Hayes - Breath Of Life | Releases | Discogs

Like this one and have it naturally

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Interesting fact - Top Rank actually did a UK release of JR Monterose ‘The Message’. Mythically rare.

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Again:

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Fun to hear how the quintet's rendition of Zawinul's "74 Miles Away" anticipates Weather Report

On other pieces, the connection isn't immediately obvious.  On this cut, it is.

 

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On 05/04/2020 at 11:07 PM, Chuck Nessa said:

Continuing with my Bud Freeman lps -

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Side 2 of this one is a Freeman trio with Dave Bowman and Don Lamond.


 

one of my favourite Freeman LPs

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A dream line-up with Cecil Bridgewater, Onaje Allan Gumbs, Cecil McBee and Joe Chambers. The record is good but nothing mind-blowing. Rest in peace mr. Gumbs: you will be missed.

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