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Cal Tjader - Puttin' It Together (Fantasy, 1974)

 

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whoa....

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13 minutes ago, JSngry said:

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whoa....

Indeed. Those are DGG recordings. Find any Fricsay Bartok by him you can.

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i am already hunting...finding DG CDs is going to be tough, they're on Discogs from Euro-sellers, which normally is certainly ok, but international pandemic shipping is....uh....forgive me for not jumping right in on that.

My copy of the above was a $4 special, replete with fatal skipping/sticking issues, so, ok, just spent $20 for a NM samething Decca. only gave half a blink or less on that.

There's a nice collection of Fricsay Bartok RIAS CDs, but there's a lot of broadcasts instead of DGs. I'll make my way to both, but right now, I want to re-experience this almost hallucinatory Side 1 "as is" minus the fatal errors of my copy.

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y'all like my new Edison Disc player???  Its a 1928 top of the line deluxe model, known as the "Shubert".  I am making up for 20 years of passed up edison diamond discs by lunch time sunday.  scored 40 today and if the ferry doesn't sink 59 more this weekend.  I got it in here exactly 23 hours ago and ive been up ever since the information load is through the roof for this thing.   Did you know edison recorded music by having the band play into a tunnel and it went down a 125 foot tube and they cut the disk at the end of the tube? and you thought RVG was nuts!  its so amazing you guys here are my first demo videos

 

 

 

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I have just been informed, that for my model, I have the lowest serial number, in the entire 33 page registry 

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Natural Information Society with Evan Parker - descension (Out Of Our Restrictions) [Eremite, 2021]

I was there the night this was recorded at Oto, this excellent recording takes me straight back there.  Great music making by all involved.

and beforehand

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Andrew Hill - Hommage [East West, 1975]

big thanks to HutchFan (again!) for recent prompt to fill this hole in my Hill collection.

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Steve Lacy - Outings [Ismez, 1986]

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Steve Lacy, Andrea Centazzo, Kent Carter - Trio Live [Ictus, 1977]

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Dexter Gordon, One Flight Up (Blue Note Tone Poet). Great music, Spectacular sound.

Jo Jones, Our Man, Papa Jo (Denon)

Claude Black, J.C. Heard, George Benson, The Detroit Jazz Tradition (Parkwood)Image result for dexter Gordon one flight up tone poetImage result for Jo jones our man papa jo denonImage result for the detroit jazz traditional parkwood

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Lol Coxhill, Andrea Centazzo, Giancarlo Schiaffini - Moot [Ictus, 1978]

Surprisingly fitting Rugby League watching soundtrack

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 The Kenny Burrell Quartet ‎– The Tender Gender


Grant Green is almost everything but not everything plus: thrift stores have reopened... found this one earlier today, a quartet with Richard Wynands on piano, and had it on repeat ever since

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Giancarlo Schiaffini - Jazz A Confronto 5 [Horo, 1973]

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13 hours ago, chewy-chew-chew-bean-benitez said:

y'all like my new Edison Disc player???  Its a 1928 top of the line deluxe model, known as the "Shubert".  I am making up for 20 years of passed up edison diamond discs by lunch time sunday.  scored 40 today and if the ferry doesn't sink 59 more this weekend.  I got it in here exactly 23 hours ago and ive been up ever since the information load is through the roof for this thing.   Did you know edison recorded music by having the band play into a tunnel and it went down a 125 foot tube and they cut the disk at the end of the tube? and you thought RVG was nuts!  its so amazing you guys here are my first demo videos

 

 

 

What is #3?

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From Sam Records.

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Yusef Lateef, "Angel Eyes" Savoy 2 LP set. LP 1.

Great music, one marathon session that yielded two LPs. Disc 1 is "The Dreamer"
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Featuring the not-recorded-enough Terry Pollard on piano. Yusef sounds gorgeous on oud, flute and tenor sax here. (Not surprising).

 

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6 hours ago, JSngry said:

What is #3?

an electrically recorded organ disc!   i forget its in a giant pile ill make a note type it out or full video when i find it again.  side L was ave maria i remember that.  Glad u like it! 

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Yeah, it's surreal...

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7 hours ago, JSngry said:

What is #3?

52338 (7/20/28, 9/1928)

R 18537-C-1-3 1928.05.26 Because (Guy D'Hardelot) Rollo Maitland on the Midmer-Losh Pipe Organ
L 18535-B-1-3 1928.05.26 Ave Maria (Franz Schubert) Rollo Maitland on the Midmer-Losh Pipe Organ

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Rollo Maitland, great name!

And you know that #1, Whispering", is the tune they used for " Groovin' High", right? So...mashup maybe some day?

 

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In memory of Curtis Fuller - R.I.P.

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Kokoroko 

Ethio Stars featuring Mulatu Astatke, Addis 1988

Mdou Moctar, Blue Stage Sessions

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Waymon Reed, Jimmy Forrest, Tommy Flanagan, Keter Betts & Bobby Durham

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