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The Coltrane ‘New Directions’ Box, LPs 1 and 2

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Joe Harriott - Chronology 1968-69 [Jazz In Britain]

Another good one from JIB, the two Harry South Big Band tracks really stand out

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Just listened and edited for CDR transfer: Jimmy McGriff, The Groover and Here's Brother Sterling, sole leader date by the horn on the McGriff LP.

Arnold Sterling was a helluva saxophonist, IMHO.

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2 hours ago, porcy62 said:

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:tup

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NY stereo, ear

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Brother Ahh - Sound Awareness [Manufactured Recordings reissue]

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Brother Ahh - Move Ever Onward [Manufactured Recordings, reissue]

ideal balm for a day where everything feels sh*t.  Thank you Mr Northern

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RCA Victor LJM - 1027 [FSR 1983] - Dick Collins and his Orchestra " King Richard the Swing Hearted" - rec. 1954
Feat. Al Cohn (ts) / Bill Perkins (ts) / Richie Kamuca (ts)


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Mono NY version today. Prefer it to the stereo, although both are good. What a debut Blue Note this one was !

18 hours ago, mjazzg said:

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Brother Ahh - Sound Awareness [Manufactured Recordings reissue]

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Brother Ahh - Move Ever Onward [Manufactured Recordings, reissue]

ideal balm for a day where everything feels sh*t.  Thank you Mr Northern

He’s on that ‘Jazz Loft’ documentary on French horn, rehearsing for the Monk Town Hall concert with Hall Overton. Well worth checking out !

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Mono, NY. Incendiary !

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45 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

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Mono NY version today. Prefer it to the stereo, although both are good. What a debut Blue Note this one was !

Is the "warbling piano" effect still there on the mono LP? I have a mid-70's RVG stereo cut and it's there but much less noticeable than the new Tone Poet LP, which really bugged me when I heard it.

 

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10 minutes ago, bresna said:

Is the "warbling piano" effect still there on the mono LP? I have a mid-70's RVG stereo cut and it's there but much less noticeable than the new Tone Poet LP, which really bugged me when I heard it.

 

No - no warbling that I noticed on the mono or stereo, although I wasn’t looking for it. Didn’t notice any on the Mosaic version either. Haven’t heard the Tone Poet so can’t compare.

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1 hour ago, sidewinder said:

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Mono NY version today. Prefer it to the stereo, although both are good. What a debut Blue Note this one was !

Hill Mosaic prevented me to buy mono originals, Dialogue a part, when they were still sailing at human sight, monetary speaking.

 

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Bennie Green - Back on the Scene (1984 RE Jap)

Donald Byrd - Chant (Tone Poet)

Jazz epistle - verse 1 (1990 RE)

Abdullah Ibrahim - Dream Time

Johnny Griffin - The Congregation (1984 RE Fr) Those 80's French repressings with slightly oversized covers really require twofer outer sleeves.

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Just received this from Run Out Groove.

 

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The Arrival of Bobby Jones (Cobblestone)

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Dewey Redman, Musics (Galaxy)

John Coltrane, Kulu Se Mama (Impulse)

Jackie Venson, Vintage Machine

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More Jack Wilson - Liberty, stereo

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Louis Armstrong, Satch Plays Fats (Philips/Germany)

Sonny Stitt, The Champ (Muse)

Duke Ellington, Carnegie Hall 1948 volume 2 (Jazz Anthology)

Dom Um Romao, Spirit of the Times (Muse)

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Now listening to Side 1 of 4 -- cuts originally released on Burrell's Cadet LP The Tender Gender.   

At its best, KB's music has a soulfulness and rightness and warmth that's irresistible.  Or at least to me it is!  ;) 

 

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Now listening to KB with Frank Wess:

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6 hours ago, HutchFan said:

Now listening to KB with Frank Wess:

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That's a great cover. It must look fantastic as a full size LP. 

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Tiny Grimes Profoundly Blue (Muse)

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And Al Haig-Jimmy Raney Special Brew (Spotlite)

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Haven't had my turntable set up in ages, but I wanted to transfer these two over.

 

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40 minutes ago, ejp626 said:

Tiny Grimes Profoundly Blue (Muse)

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That's a record (and a player) that seems to be on the verge of a totally undeserved oblivion.

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