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J.J. Johnson - Blue Trombone (1959, Vinyl) | Discogs

 

anyone know about this one- why would they split the title track up with a fade in/out?  did they accidently erase the master and have to use the single edit?

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MJT+3 - Branching Out (Trip, 2 LPs)

I dig this.

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Joe Albany, Proto-Bopper (Revelation)

Duke Ellington, The London Concert (United Artists)

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While watching college football on TV (with the sound muted), I've been spinning these records:
 

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Walter Norris & Aladar Pege - Synchronicity (Enja)

 

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Denny Zeitlin - Soundings (1750 Arch)

 

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Jimmy McGriff - Countdown (Milestone)

 

4 hours ago, kh1958 said:

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Duke Ellington, The London Concert (United Artists)

:wub:

 

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20 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

 

 

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Jimmy McGriff - Countdown (Milestone)

 

 

 

With Arnold Sterling - if you're like me those tracks are standouts.

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6 minutes ago, Dan Gould said:

With Arnold Sterling - if you're like me those tracks are standouts.

:tup 

 

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Mark Helias: Split Image. Enja 4086 [1985]
 

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Jack DeJohnette, New Directions in Europe (ECM)

Eberhard Weber, Silent Feet (ECM)

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First spin of a new-to-me LP:

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Mal Waldron - Mingus Lives (Enja, 1979)

 

 

17 hours ago, optatio said:

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Mark Helias: Split Image. Enja 4086 [1985]
 

I love Mark Helias' band Open Loose, but I'm not familiar with that LP, optatio.   Looks very interesting.  What do you think of it?

 

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Bill Connors, Of Mist and Melting (ECM)Image result for bill connors of mist and melting

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6 hours ago, HutchFan said:

I love Mark Helias' band Open Loose, but I'm not familiar with that LP, optatio.   Looks very interesting.  What do you think of it?

Dewey Redman was the reason to buy the LP. But Mark Helias' debut as a leader is convincing. See Robert Palmer, paragraph 7 https://www.nytimes.com/1987/05/17/arts/top-bassists-are-the-bottom-line-in-jazz-ensembles.html. But there is no reissue on CD http://www.enjajazz.de/artist.htm#h

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NP:

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Mal Waldron Quintet - The Git Go - Live at the Village Vanguard (Soul Note, 1987)
with Charlie Rouse, Woody Shaw, Reggie Workman, and Ed Blackwell

Powerful!

 

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16 hours ago, HutchFan said:

First spin of a new-to-me LP:

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Mal Waldron - Mingus Lives (Enja, 1979)

👍👍!!

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8 hours ago, HutchFan said:

NP:

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Mal Waldron Quintet - The Git Go - Live at the Village Vanguard (Soul Note, 1987)
with Charlie Rouse, Woody Shaw, Reggie Workman, and Ed Blackwell

Powerful!

❤❤❤ !!!

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10 hours ago, optatio said:

Dewey Redman was the reason to buy the LP. But Mark Helias' debut as a leader is convincing. See Robert Palmer, paragraph 7 https://www.nytimes.com/1987/05/17/arts/top-bassists-are-the-bottom-line-in-jazz-ensembles.html. But there is no reissue on CD http://www.enjajazz.de/artist.htm#h

Yep .... Mark Helias still underrated ....

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7 hours ago, soulpope said:

Yep .... Mark Helias still underrated ....

Indeed. Saw him live after the ENJA CD Attack The Future was released, and he was as great a bass player as anybody from his generation.

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Saw him do a solo concert recently in upstate New York, the day after Gary Peacock died -- tremendous!!!

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Jay McShann, Buddy Tate - Crazy Legs & Friday Strut (Sackville, 1977)

Good stuff!

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