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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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7 minutes ago, clifford_thornton said:

CD cheap / LP not.

What's new!!

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Smoke - s/t [Session]

This went on my 'to buy' list a couple of months ago after a discussion on this board made me aware of it, can't remember where now

It's now on my 'bought it' list and I'm very pleased that I have. Really interesting session

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I don't know if I've ever seen a reference to this one but I can't imagine no one else has it ...

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Jesper Thilo with some fine 'mericans until lunch.

 

 

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On 26/09/2020 at 0:47 PM, sidewinder said:

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Missed this one the first time round. A few annoying crackles, which seems to be a common complaint with this pressing/title. 

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Huge kudos to Resonance - they are shipping out a replacement disk 1 to me. Excellent customer support. :tup

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Former label SABA now ----> MPS

Alto Summit - producer Joachim Erndt  Berendt

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2 hours ago, jazzcorner said:

Alto Summit - producer Joachim Erndt  Berendt

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Good ....

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Yeah, had that on deck recently as well, same pressing. Very nice album indeed. Altissimo, the follow-up of sorts, is quite good as well.

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21 hours ago, jazzcorner said:

 

Former label SABA now ----> MPS

Alto Summit - producer Joachim Erndt  Berendt

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Yes , those were the days. SABA later MPS produced a lot of Beautiful stuff then. And Joachim Ernst Berendt was a key figure for me when I was a Young Boy. His "Jazzbook" was the ideal guide for me as a jazz starter to dig into the history of jazz, the musicians, the styles, the bands, the records, everything. Later he would write books that seemed more strange to me, to much exotic Philosophy, but the "Jazzbook" still is an important item in my jazz library….

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The Berendt ‘Jazzbook’ in the English paperback was one of the first books on jazz  I ever read. Still have it.

Unlike Rex Harris’s abomination, it actually covered modern jazz very well.

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23 hours ago, Gheorghe said:

Yes , those were the days. SABA later MPS produced a lot of Beautiful stuff then. And Joachim Ernst Berendt was a key figure for me when I was a Young Boy. His "Jazzbook" was the ideal guide for me as a jazz starter to dig into the history of jazz, the musicians, the styles, the bands, the records, everything. Later he would write books that seemed more strange to me, to much exotic Philosophy, but the "Jazzbook" still is an important item in my jazz library….

 

23 hours ago, sidewinder said:

The Berendt ‘Jazzbook’ in the English paperback was one of the first books on jazz  I ever read. Still have it.

 

Well yes had  about the same experience like you both and  still have my first "The Jazzbook" and a later edition as guideline.  He was voted for some time as CEO of the Berlin Jazz fFestival and introduced many (at that time far out and unknown artists). Produces also some albums whuch are really good.  I do agree about his later work. Jazz wasnt enough anymore after he was voted as "professor" and did lectures. I have corresponded with him about leaving the road of jazz. At that time he way allready away in these strange philosopies and had left the radio station SWF  after taking with him the complete collection he had buildt with the stations money. But somehow the judges gave him right.

Now we should say De mortuis nihil nisi bene

 

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5 hours ago, jazzcorner said:

 

 

Well yes had  about the same experience like you both and  still have my fist "The Jazzbook" and a later edition as guideline. ...

 

Same here ...

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Joachim Ernst Behrendt. Das Jazzbuch. Entwicklung und Bedeutung der Jazzmusik. [Fischer Bücherei. Bücher des Wissens 48]. Frankfurt/M. - Hamburg Oktober 1953

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16 hours ago, optatio said:

 

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Joachim Ernst Behrendt. Das Jazzbuch. Entwicklung und Bedeutung der Jazzmusik. [Fischer Bücherei. Bücher des Wissens 48]. Frankfurt/M. - Hamburg Oktober 1953

Yes the original and the new enlarged edition - still in use here and then.

These were the times (no Internet at all) but only snail mail. We did survive it.

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and how about this

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Previously

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Terumasa Hino/ Reggie workman - A Part [Love Records, 2020]

and now

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Lloyd McNeill Quartet - Washington Suite [Universal Sounds 2017]

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9 hours ago, jazzcorner said:

Yes the original and the new enlarged edition - still in use here and then.

These were the times (no Internet at all) but only snail mail. We did survive it.

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and how about this

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why arent custom shirts popular anymore- it seems like something people would still want

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27 minutes ago, chewy-chew-chew-bean-benitez said:

why arent custom shirts popular anymore- it seems like something people would still want

Huh? In this day and age you can go online at I don't know how many different site, create a design and have it in your hands in about 10 days or less.

I've designed many t-shirts at Zazzle.com and used other companies for shirts Zazzle refused to make (supposed rights infringement).

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VinnY Golia Large Ensemble - Facts of Their Own Lives 

followed by:

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Richard Grossman - one...two...three...four..

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5 hours ago, Dan Gould said:

Huh? In this day and age you can go online at I don't know how many different site, create a design and have it in your hands in about 10 days or less.

I've designed many t-shirts at Zazzle.com and used other companies for shirts Zazzle refused to make (supposed rights infringement).

the letter shirts were hella popular in the late 70s though, like on thress company everyone used to wear them, or ones like this- 

 

Keep it clean with Al Jardine t-shirts, shower...

 

 

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