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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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11 hours ago, HutchFan said:

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IMO, Pablo jam session LPs from this era sometimes feel rudderless and lacking in cohesion -- but not this one.  Everything coalesces here.  It stands out.

I don't know why.  The lineup?  The repertoire?  Serendipity?  I dunno.  It just sounds really good.

 

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Now:

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Earlier:

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8 hours ago, Brad said:

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:tup

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5 hours ago, HutchFan said:

Now:

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I haven´t seen Buddy Tate with his own group, but saw him with "Woody Herman´s All-Stars" in 1985. This was the only time I saw Woody Herman without his Herd. I think the lineup, besides Buddy Tate was Al Cohn from the older generation, and two youngsters Scott Hamilton and Varren Vaché . Veteran Joe Bunch was on piano, Jake Hanna on drums, and sorry to say that the scheduled George Duvivier on bass was not there. But a very very young bass player was very good. I don´t know who the kid was, but even Woody always looked with admiration to him, when he soloed. Woody himself played much and great clarinet and even sung a song....

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Saw Tate with Harry Edison and Urbie Green back in 1991/92 I think. Venue was NY Town Hall - the stage of which was still recognisable to me from the Monk LP cover.

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1 hour ago, sidewinder said:

Saw Tate with Harry Edison and Urbie Green back in 1991/92 I think. Venue was NY Town Hall - the stage of which was still recognisable to me from the Monk LP cover.

I saw him much earlier - in 1959 in a Buck Clayton-led group with Emmett Berry, Dickie Wells and Earl Warren. Venue: St George's Hall, Bradford.

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2 hours ago, sidewinder said:

Saw Tate with Harry Edison and Urbie Green back in 1991/92 I think. Venue was NY Town Hall - the stage of which was still recognisable to me from the Monk LP cover.

Really ? This must have been quite late in Harry Edison´s career. I saw him with Jaws in 1978. So, in 92 he must have been already 77 years old.

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1 hour ago, Gheorghe said:

Really ? This must have been quite late in Harry Edison´s career. I saw him with Jaws in 1978. So, in 92 he must have been already 77 years old.

Yes, he was already getting on by then - but was soloing quite nicely still. His sound of course remained totally unique.

The other half of the bill had Illinois Jacquet and his orchestra. That one had the feet tapping more than a bit.

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The other new Decca reissue, 2LP set. Fantastic selection, first track from ‘Windmill Tilter’ in  superior sound to the BGO CD reissue. Also comes with a very comprehensive booklet essay. :tup

Don Rendell ‘Space Walk’ from this series also a winner. Augurs well...

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Currently spinning this one to check, in the interests of science, whether @Teasing the Korean 's description is accurate. 

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It's the Italian Barclay issue from 1979, which has a cover that I prefer to the original and sounds much the same.

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Richard Beirach - Breathing of Statues (CMP, 1983)

A desert-island disc.

 

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Elvin Jones - Live At The Lighthouse (Bluenote, 1972)

So pleased to finally own it

 

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On 16.7.2021 at 3:48 AM, HutchFan said:

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Simply superb ....

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34 minutes ago, soulpope said:

Simply superb ....

Yes!!!  The first of Palmieri's AMAZING run of records in the early 70s ... from Superimposition to Unfinished Masterpiece.  All extraordinary.

:wub:

 

3 hours ago, soulpope said:

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One of Jordan's best. :tup 

 

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Rufus Reid Trio - Perpetual Stroll (Theresa)

Beautiful.

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Art Pepper - Winter Moon (Galaxy)

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4 hours ago, HutchFan said:

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Art Pepper - Winter Moon (Galaxy)

:tup:D

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Back with an early spin of this marvellous double. A reminder of just how good Alan Skidmore’s groups are/is, what a rhythm section with John Taylor, Chris Laurence, Tony Oxley. Time to dig out ‘Once Upon A Time’ again on Deram/Nova.

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14 hours ago, HutchFan said:

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Art Pepper - Winter Moon (Galaxy)

Aha! Very fond memories of this. That was one of the first Jazz albums I ever heard and connected with. My entry point was looking for music that sounded like the orchestrated music on earlier Tom Waits albums. Not sure how close this was but it worked

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Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Golden Butter (Elektra)Image result for paul butterfield golden butter

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Yusef Lateef - 10 Years Hence [Atlantic, 1975]

First listen to a new arrival.  Always room for more of Lateef's flute, and other horns, playing in this house. Albert Heath laying down some very serious rhythms.

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9 hours ago, mjazzg said:

Aha! Very fond memories of this. That was one of the first Jazz albums I ever heard and connected with. My entry point was looking for music that sounded like the orchestrated music on earlier Tom Waits albums. Not sure how close this was but it worked

Love that. We all come to jazz from different places, but any pathway that leads to new discoveries is a good one!  :)

 

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16 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

Love that. We all come to jazz from different places, but any pathway that leads to new discoveries is a good one!  :)

 

Amen to that!

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