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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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20 minutes ago, Niko said:

Like I wrote, I didn't buy Rings because normally solo albums by drummer don't work for me at all (so, in particular, I only know it from the little that's on youtube)... but with Togashi, stuff that otherwise wouldn't work seems to work for me... you get into this Zen mode [or, your best imitation of a Zen mode] and the music is just so good...

 

Sorry, I obviously didn't read your post closely enough.  Thanks for the YouTube. I need some Zen right now

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in my case, youtube went right into Togashi's Face of Percussion album after that track which was right on target for me right now...

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20 hours ago, Chuck Nessa said:

This is transporting me back to Chicago 40 years ago. On board are John Young, Ari Brown, Von Freeman, Grady Johnson, Milton Suggs and Robert Shy.

Luba knew how to round up the cats.

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whoa, thanks for shining some light on this, totally unknown to me...checked out a few YouTube clips that Milton Suggs posted and then found a copy at DG.  It's on the way!

What is the story on Luba Raushiek? That's a new name for me.

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While listening to samples of that Luba Raushiek album I found this: 

 

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when I was searching for samples from that album a few weeks ago, I ended up here

 

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29 minutes ago, JSngry said:

whoa, thanks for shining some light on this, totally unknown to me...checked out a few YouTube clips that Milton Suggs posted and then found a copy at DG.  It's on the way!

What is the story on Luba Raushiek? That's a new name for me.

Firstly, the YouTube stuff was posted by Milton Suggs Jr, not the bass player on the record. Luba was a friendly spirit who popped up once in a while. Never knew his history.

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48 minutes ago, Chuck Nessa said:

Luba was a friendly spirit who popped up once in a while.

That pretty much says it all, probably. Those type of people are always good to see.

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Just finished with the Creative Construction Company's Muhal (as it is called on my version).

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Despite being a huge fan of everyone involved, I'm never sure whether I am in love with this one. In my opinion, it is a bit transitional for everyone involved.

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Charlie Byrd, Bluebyrd (Concord)

Buddy Collette and Charles Kynard, Warmwinds (World Pacific)

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I've since picked up the recent CD reissue of this as well (initially the label said they were doing only vinyl), but I'm spinning the LP in honor of the friend who waited in line with me for this on Record Store Day in 2017.  He and his family are moving away to Texas tomorrow.  Safe and interesting travels always, Sam:

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George Lewis (the other George Lewis) and Douglas Ewart - Jila-save! Mon.-the Imaginary Suite (Black Saint, 1979)

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A long time favourite of mine that seems to belong to a musical genre all of its own.

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On 30/07/2021 at 7:14 PM, HutchFan said:

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Takes me back! Used to own it when it was a new album.

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Dogon A.D. by Julius Hemphill (Mbari, 1972)

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TP Orchestre Poly-Rhythmo De Cotonou, Le Sato

Dizzy Gillespie, The Newport Years, volume 5 (Verve)

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Now spinning:

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Flora Purim & Airto - Humble People (Concord/George Wein Collection, 1985)

 

Earlier:

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Milton Nascimento - A Barca Dos Amantes (Verve, 1986)

Wayne is on three of the album's nine cuts.   I wish he was on all them. 

 

 

 

13 hours ago, BillF said:

Takes me back! Used to own it when it was a new album.

Cool!  :tup 

 

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Toshiba pressing. 

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Posted (edited)

All this week ---> Norman Granz

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My vinyl is the PAUSA version.

 

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Dick Grove Orchestra - Little Bird Suite [Pacific Jazz, 1963 mono]

such a good record. Mine's too crackly, replacement just ordered.

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26 minutes ago, jazzcorner said:

All this week ---> Norman Granz

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I'm intrigued to know which higher plane of transcendence you'll have reached by Friday afternoon.

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