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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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With all that happened today, some blues, Canned Heat style, seemed appropriate.

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The Ensemble Al-Salaam - The Sojourner [Strata East/P-Vine, 2020]

joyous music-making

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35 minutes ago, mjazzg said:

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The Ensemble Al-Salaam - The Sojourner [Strata East/P-Vine, 2020]

joyous music-making

I need to dig this one out again. Thanks for the reminder. 

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My first Tone Poet, excellent, bought in a record shop close to my home.  I think I'll get the few records I miss. Overall they cost like a japan reissue, considering shipping, and they are brand new.

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Good man ! ‘The Kicker’ is one of the ones I need to get hold of in the Tone Poet series.

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Lorraine Geller: At the piano. Wind WLP-3102 [s.d.]

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11 hours ago, optatio said:

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Lorraine Geller: At the piano. Wind WLP-3102 [s.d.]

:tup:tup:tup

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The sound is a bit clipped so I guess they used a backup tape not from Dennis Preston but from the Neil Ardley or Jon Hiseman archives. Quite passable though and superb music all round.

Updated - turns out the origin was the Neil Ardley archive, also used in the Dusk Fire CD.

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Arrived from HJs. This is a really excellent reissue - Pretty good facsimile. I’ve not compared with the Regal Zonophone but likely not a lot of difference, doesn’t sound like a needle drop. Surprised it hasn’t already sold out at 500 copies.

Definitely in the same zone that Keith Tippett’s groups were in during this period - Charig being a common factor.

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Gil Evans, Out of the Cool (Impulse)

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Don Byas, Jazz-Free and Easy (Savoy)

Ben Webster, Ike Quebec, Illinois Jacquet, The Angry Tenors (Savoy)

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22 hours ago, optatio said:

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Lorraine Geller: At the piano. Wind WLP-3102 [s.d.]

👍Excellent👍 ....

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The Incredible Kai Winding Trombones (Impulse)

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Archie Shepp, Three for a Quarter, One for a Dime (Impulse)

Tina Brooks, The Waiting Game (Blue Note Tone Poet)

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14 minutes ago, jazzcorner said:

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Some great stuff there! :tup

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23 hours ago, BillF said:

Some great stuff there! :tup

Yes but the Claude Williamson from that series  are missing but the rest is here.

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(4Menwithbeards reissue)

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5 hours ago, jazzcorner said:

Yes but the Claude Williams from that series  are missing but the rest is here.

Claude Williamson or ‘Fiddler’ Williams?

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1 hour ago, sidewinder said:

Claude Williamson or ‘Fiddler’ Williams?

Sorry, Claude Williamson  the pianist naturally

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Brown/Roach's 'Study in Brown', 1950s Dutch Emarcy pressing bought by my father when he was fresh out of military service ca 1959.

The front cover lists "Ulcer Department" instead of "George's Dilemma", and Wikipedia "claims" the tune was known also under that title, but doesn't explain why, and I've never seen it anywhere else. Anyway - this is a perfect album! 

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I really like that Jamal album! I often find him a bit too "cold" but not here. Do you also have the "quadrophonic" pressing? I have it, and it sounds good. A guy played me an earlier stereo pressing recently, and Interestingly it sounded worse; one side had very weak bass. 

On 2021-01-08 at 10:03 PM, sidewinder said:

Good man ! ‘The Kicker’ is one of the ones I need to get hold of in the Tone Poet series.

Unfortunately, it lacks one of the better cuts from that session out of time restrictions. 

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5 hours ago, Daniel A said:

 

I really like that Jamal album! I often find him a bit too "cold" but not here. Do you also have the "quadrophonic" pressing? I have it, and it sounds good. A guy played me an earlier stereo pressing recently, and Interestingly it sounded worse; one side had very weak bass. 

Unfortunately, it lacks one of the better cuts from that session out of time restrictions. 

Yes, my copy is a quadrophonic pressing and a promotional copy. It does sound good. I've never heard a quadrophonic system though.

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