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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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14 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

Easy one - Yes !  (apologies to your wallet)

Bother! (wallet accepts the apology)

They differ sufficiently then?

 

edit to add: Honest Jon's to the rescue!

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The studio version has better sound and solos (eg. Shaw) in my opinion. Live version very nice addition. Quite different feel to the two versions.

27 minutes ago, mjazzg said:

edit to add: Honest Jon's to the rescue!

They should do a T-Shirt with that logo !

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14 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

The studio version has better sound and solos (eg. Shaw) in my opinion. Live version very nice addition. Quite different feel to the two versions.

They should do a T-Shirt with that logo !

:tup good to hear about the variation, I love the live version.  I'd buy that T-shirt

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8 hours ago, Gheorghe said:

I remember "Impressions" from 1978, that was about the time. 
But my personal contacts to Fritz Novotny were mostly from 1982-85.
I saw the RAU live in 1985 at Hollabrunn Festival. 
And I heard his tapes mostly at his place, especially the encounter with Burton Green. I don´t remember the place, it was in the fancy first district of Vienna, there were some places where the performed "Alte Schmiede" where I have been, or Café Brückl I think....
The tape with Burton Green was very fine. Burton played Novotny´s Pannonian flower with very much feeling, and then called "Crepuscule with Nellie". It´s 40 years ago and Fritz Novotny died few years ago. 
He also had a weekly radio show  presenting avantgarde, stuff like Archie Shepp, Clifford Thornton, Bill Dixon and many others, and his own stuff. It was on Ö1 I think, while the more straight ahead radio-shows "Jazz-Shop (Herwig Wurzer) and "Vokal Instrumental International" (Walter Richard Langer)  were on Ö3.

Novotny is/was fantastic. I never met him or saw him live, but I have a number of vintage LPs: RAU, Three Motions, and the related outfit Masters of Unorthodox Jazz (which Novotny was not part of, far out stuff) and would love to hear the recording with Greene. 

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46 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

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That's a lovely album. Horace Tapscott!

1 hour ago, sidewinder said:

The studio version has better sound and solos (eg. Shaw) in my opinion. Live version very nice addition. Quite different feel to the two versions.

They should do a T-Shirt with that logo !

:tup good to hear about the variation, I love the live version.  I'd buy that T-shirt

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Yeah, ‘stealth’ Horace Tapscott session.

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Japanese Progressive issue/Teichiku

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Question:

Whenever I try to attach a pic I get messages saying the file is too large. I tried using a file compressing app, but that doesn’t solve the problem. Am I missing something? 

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7 minutes ago, slide_advantage_redoux said:

Question:

Whenever I try to attach a pic I get messages saying the file is too large. I tried using a file compressing app, but that doesn’t solve the problem. Am I missing something? 

I have only ever 'copy image' from Discogs mostly and just paste.

I do come across your problem if I ever try paste a photo from my gallery

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24 minutes ago, slide_advantage_redoux said:

Question:

Whenever I try to attach a pic I get messages saying the file is too large. I tried using a file compressing app, but that doesn’t solve the problem. Am I missing something? 

I download on my phone and then shrink to 10% with an app called Lightroom.

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2 hours ago, sidewinder said:

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Japanese Progressive issue/Teichiku

I have that LP too and like it very much.  The U.S. release has a different title, This Must Be Love, and different cover image.  Same music though.

You can hardly go wrong with Sir Roland in the 1970s.  He made so many wonderful records.  :wub:

 

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Regina Records R-286 [FSR reissue 1989] - Charlie Mariano " A Jazz Portrait" [compilation] - rec. 1963 - Engineers: Bob Simpson & Ray Hall


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37 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

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Oh my...not aware of this one at all...but "Pablo Digital" kinda scares me...they had already gotten into a close-miked thing that might not translate well via earliest digital recording...but Bags & Jaws, maybe just go fix the tone controls on the hi-fi and deal with it?

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9 minutes ago, JSngry said:

Oh my...not aware of this one at all...but "Pablo Digital" kinda scares me...they had already gotten into a close-miked thing that might not translate well via earliest digital recording...but Bags & Jaws, maybe just go fix the tone controls on the hi-fi and deal with it?

I've only listened once.  (I just bought the LP earlier today.)  The sound seemed fine.  I don't think you'd be bothered by it.

The music is what you'd expect it to be.  And it's fun to hear Jaws with Cleanhead. :tup 

 

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6 hours ago, jazzcorner said:
Regina Records R-286 [FSR reissue 1989] - Charlie Mariano " A Jazz Portrait" [compilation] - rec. 1963 - Engineers: Bob Simpson & Ray Hall


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A rare one I'd guess - oops, I just saw the Fresh Sound name disclosing the fakery.

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I was just reading about the collaborations between Celia Cruz and Tito Puente. I had no idea that they'd made so many records together:

- Cuba y Puerto Rico Son... (Tico, 1966) 
- Quimbo Quimbumbia (Tico, 1969)
- Alma con Alma (Tico, 1970)
- En España (Tico, 1971)
- Algo Especial Para Recordar (Tico, 1972)
- Homenaje A Beny More, Vol. III (Vaya, 1985)

More avenues to explore. :) 

 

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3 hours ago, Chuck Nessa said:

A rare one I'd guess - oops, I just saw the Fresh Sound name disclosing the fakery.

The original, though...was Regina a Bob Shad thing?

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Never thought I’d ever post an album by a Country singer on a forum like this (I’m with Buddy Rich on this) but this is Bobbie Gentry and the album is very good indeed. 

Cover photo by Val Wilmer. Taken at the time of Gentry’s late 1960s BBC ‘specials’.

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13 hours ago, Chuck Nessa said:

A rare one I'd guess - oops, I just saw the Fresh Sound name disclosing the fakery.

Re: Charlie Mariano

When Fresh Sound Records started their business it was in the beginning with rare US and small labels. At that btime I bought a lot of these relpica editions.

After they turned to issue CD's some of these early vinyls appeared again on CDs but not all. I think this in one of those not on CD's.

 

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Sunday afternoon is a great time for playing 45s... This here was one of my luckier recent finds, an Austrian quintet on a Swiss label, featuring a young Joe Zawinul on piano and the sax team of Hans Salomon and Karl Drewo playing cool jazz in 1954... to be followed by this Dutch guitar / bass / drums trio from the early sixties

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An old friend decided to part with some items before a removal and brought me a crate of LPs yesterday. This is one I will keep.

It sounds excellent!

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