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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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16 minutes ago, kh1958 said:

The Tone Poet All Seeing Eye sounds fabulous; much better than my blue 1970s era pressing.

Hmm. I have NY mono and stereo copies. Where does it end..:rolleyes:

Nearly forgot the Conn CD and LP as well. :lol:

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16 minutes ago, kh1958 said:

The Tone Poet All Seeing Eye sounds fabulous; much better than my blue 1970s era pressing.

I have the 70s pressing. I feel another Tone Poet on the horizon

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On 15-9-2021 at 3:02 PM, mjazzg said:

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Friedholm Schönfeld - s/t [Amiga, GDR 1978]

First listen, interesting

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found the other Schoenfeld (split) LP earlier today and have it lined up for later this evening...

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Houston Person - Stolen Sweets

now playing another of today's acquisitions... the cover is, well, very much of its time but with an organ band built around Sonny Philipps and Jimmy Ponder what could go wrong I thought...

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4 hours ago, sidewinder said:

Great photo !

Yep.  :-)  I bet it was a funny joke!

 

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13 hours ago, kh1958 said:

Found an original pressing of Got a Good Thing Goin' in the cut-out bin of a department store back in the 1970s.

Bought mine new in '68 (licks thumb & wipes on shirt).

MG

9 hours ago, HutchFan said:

Yep.  :-)  I bet it was a funny joke!

 

I thought it was unwontedly artificial. Its redeeming feature, for me, is that Roland Prince wasn't obeying the photographer's orders.

MG

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On 15/09/2021 at 2:02 PM, mjazzg said:

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Friedholm Schönfeld - s/t [Amiga, GDR 1978]

First listen, interesting

I really enjoyed this one, after streaming it following a recent mention in a thread around here somewhere.

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Richard Groove Holmes and Ernie Watts, Come Together (World Pacific)

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23 hours ago, sidewinder said:

Hmm. I have NY mono and stereo copies. Where does it end..:rolleyes:

Nearly forgot the Conn CD and LP as well. :lol:

70s reissue/Conn CD/Tone Poet here. Only 3.

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 Nat Pierce Quintet Featuring Anthony Ortega ‎– Chamber Music For Moderns

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1 hour ago, Niko said:

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 Nat Pierce Quintet Featuring Anthony Ortega ‎– Chamber Music For Moderns

Anthony Ortega still alive at 93.

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Now spinning on my 'table:

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Carmen McRae Sings "Lover Man" and Other Billie Holiday Classics (Columbia, rec. 1961)
Jazz Odyssey Series reissue

Carmen is such an expressive, magnificent singer.  In my book, she's one of the greats.

 

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Next up:

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Clark Terry's Big-B-A-D-Band at the Wichita Jazz Festival 1974 (Vanguard)

 

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Charley Crockett - Music City USA (45rpm)

I've been following him for his last few albums. I'm not a country music fan in any capacity but I find his music compelling. 

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Pure Pleasure did another great job. Tapscott.... Man I love that guy.

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After a wonderful sunny afternoon visiting the stones on Salisbury Plain, the vinyl today has selected itself.

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UK Columbia, mono.

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Jenkins, Jordan and Timmons, New Jazz OJC reissue. I wonder who the young tenor player is from the Midwest copying Rollins, put down in the sleeve notes by Ira Gitler. He refers to him copying Rollins’ harsher more  staccato attack. J R Monterose?

Anthony

London

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58 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

After a wonderful sunny afternoon visiting the stones on Salisbury Plain, the vinyl today has selected itself.

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UK Columbia, mono.

Didn't know about that. Listening to some of it now, sounds great, current prices less so

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Just finished record 5

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More Frank Foster:

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5 hours ago, Chuck Nessa said:

Just finished record 5

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Wonderful stuff.  :tup 

 

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John Coltrane - Live At The Village Vanguard Again! [Impulse, 1966 mono]

Love this. 

Also, fine Jazz socks from JG

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10 minutes ago, mjazzg said:

Also, fine Jazz socks from JG

Yes.  It looks like Jimmy just arrived from a picnic.  :P  Very incongruous. 

Also, I don't think I'd ever noticed that big tear in the Vanguard's awning.  Past time to get that fixed, guys.  The Great Shrine to Jazz should not be that tatty.

 

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