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6 hours ago, Chuck Nessa said:

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Great Cover Photography ....

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Jacobites -- Robespierre's Velvet Basement -- (Glass, UK orig)

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Jesse Morrison - The Versatility Of [Abet]

and before 

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New Life - Visions Of The Third Eye [Early Future Records, 2021]

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I missed out on that New Life Trio, it's sold out now and people are trying to flip it for ridiculous sums already. The label confirmed they will be re-pressing it, so I'll keep my eyes out.

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42 minutes ago, colinmce said:

I missed out on that New Life Trio, it's sold out now and people are trying to flip it for ridiculous sums already. The label confirmed they will be re-pressing it, so I'll keep my eyes out.

Really, I didn't realise it was so sought after.  I didn't know about it beforehand and bought on a whim as I like Ross, Wertman and Reid separately.  Nice set, on first listen.  Good that they're repressing, should sort out the gougers a bit.

Now onto

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Pharoah Sanders - Elevation [Impulse, France 1974]

been after a nice copy of this for a while

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The original New Life is very sought after. It's a good record for sure.

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Yes, I imagined the original to be but not the reissue which is what I took colinmce to mean

edit to add; just seen it's up for £59 and upwards on Discogs now.  Glad I got it when I did.  Original, yours for just $899, ha!

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Ha! Yeah, I bought an original sealed years ago for quite a bit less than that. Flipping reissues is a very strange phenomenon.

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Angel Bat Dawid & Tha Brotherhood - Live

fiery

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Billy Harper Quintet - Antibes '75 [Sam Records]

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17 minutes ago, mjazzg said:

Billy Harper Quintet - Antibes '75 [Sam Records]

How's this? I'm sure it's great but I withheld from buying it and am pretty sure I'll regret that...

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Got an email from Frode this morning which prompted pulling this out -

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Claudio Roditi - Slow Fire (Milestone, 1989)

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More jazz with a Brazilian accent:

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José Roberto Bertrami - Dreams Are Real (Milestone, 1986)

My admiration for Bertrami continues to grow.

 

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A.C. Jobim - Passarim (Verve, 1987)

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My recent Brazilian jazz bender continues with:

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Laurindo Almeida - Chamber Jazz (Concord, 1979)
with Bob Magnusson and Jeff Hamilton

I almost included this LP in my 70s jazz survey.  Excellent music.

 

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On 06/04/2021 at 1:54 PM, Dub Modal said:

How's this? I'm sure it's great but I withheld from buying it and am pretty sure I'll regret that...

I'm really enjoying it. I'm no way near the Harper afficionado that some of our fellow board members are but to my ears this is a storming set, good some quality and production values. Can't believe anyone who likes Harper would be disappointed.

Some may baulk at the short playing time 20:16 and 15:29. The notes mention that the set was completed by a 20' 'Priestess' so I do wonder why they went for the shorter 'Croquet Ballet' for side 2.

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perhaps issues with the tape on Priestess? who knows, anybody's guess. Or there'll be a part two for RSD 2022?

now:

Annette Peacock & Paul Bley -- Dual Unity -- (Freedom UK orig)

packed most of my records for an impending move, but some are still kicking around.

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Now spinning:

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