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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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On 20.9.2021 at 0:44 PM, Pim said:

 

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

Superb music ....

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Such lovely stuff.  McIntosh's arrangements are textured and orchestral -- sometimes they even rove into not-jazz territory.  But that doesn't bother me one bit.  As music qua music, Moody & McIntosh go together like wine & cheese. 

 

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Next up:

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Sonny Rollins - Sunny Days Starry Nights (Milestone, 1984)

 

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James Moody - Comin' on Strong (Argo, 1964)

 

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Jimmy McGriff - Blues to the 'Bone (Milestone, 1988)

 

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8 hours ago, Chuck Nessa said:

this posting caused me to pull this out again.

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Interesting read

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15 hours ago, soulpope said:

Superb music ....

It is. Horace Tapscott really amazes me with the constant quality of his work.

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Al Grey & Jimmy Forrest - O.D. (Out 'Dere) (Greyforrest Records, 1980)
with Don Patterson on organ

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Chico Hamilton Quintet - South Pacific in Hi-Fi [Vogue UK, 1958 mono]

I like all Chico's albums in the 50s (and beyond) but this strikes me as the weakest. Perhaps the source material or concept gets in the way

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Jackie McLean - Jacknife [Blue Note, 1975]

thanks to @felserfor the reminder. Marvellous music

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2 hours ago, HutchFan said:

Now spinning:

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Al Grey & Jimmy Forrest - O.D. (Out 'Dere) (Greyforrest Records, 1980)
with Don Patterson on organ

You sure been playing a lot of great albums in the last few days.

MG

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3 hours ago, mjazzg said:

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Chico Hamilton Quintet - South Pacific in Hi-Fi [Vogue UK, 1958 mono]

I like all Chico's albums in the 50s (and beyond) but this strikes me as the weakest. Perhaps the source material or concept gets in the way

Have the album in the MOSAIC box. But cant say its a weak album. Have most of his albums on Pacific and Impulse.. Like the group very much. 

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2 hours ago, mjazzg said:

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Jackie McLean - Jacknife [Blue Note, 1975]

thanks to @felserfor the reminder. Marvellous music

The second lp in that is in serious need of standalone CD issue.  

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4 hours ago, The Magnificent Goldberg said:

You sure been playing a lot of great albums in the last few days.

Well, I got that Al Grey-Jimmy Forrest LP based on your recommendation. ;)

 

4 hours ago, mjazzg said:

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Jackie McLean - Jacknife [Blue Note, 1975]

thanks to @felserfor the reminder. Marvellous music

I think I'll also pull that off the shelf tonight. :tup

Good stuff, for sure!

 

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3 hours ago, felser said:

The second lp in that is in serious need of standalone CD issue.  

It's all in the Mclean Mosaic - right?

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11 minutes ago, jlhoots said:

It's all in the Mclean Mosaic - right?

yes

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10 minutes ago, jlhoots said:

It's all in the Mclean Mosaic - right?

Yes, but that's the only place it's available on CD.   I am holding that Mosaic just for that one  album, have the others on standalone CD's. And there's another McLean session (from the Hipnosis 2LP set) that is only available on the Moncur Select, which again is the only reason I stlll have that Select.

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Also on the King LP

15 hours ago, HutchFan said:

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Al Grey & Jimmy Forrest - O.D. (Out 'Dere) (Greyforrest Records, 1980)
with Don Patterson on organ

Mentioned before I’m sure but my copy has Al’s autograph on the front. Not signed for me, alas.

I did see him back in the late 90s on a few occasions and his playing was most enjoyable.

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Irreversible Entanglements - Who Sent You? [International Anthem, 2020]

and before

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Ben Lamar Gay - Downtown Castles Can Never Block The Sun [International Anthem, 2018]

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8 hours ago, sidewinder said:

Mentioned before I’m sure but my copy has Al’s autograph on the front. Not signed for me, alas.

I did see him back in the late 90s on a few occasions and his playing was most enjoyable.

Noice! :tup 

 

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Josef Anton Riedl -- s/t -- (Wergo, GER)

pretty great set of pieces including the percussion work "Paper Music" as performed by Mike Lewis and Michael Ranta of Wired

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Sonny Greenwich, Sun Song

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James Moody - Feelin' It Together [Muse, 1974]

Proof positive, if any were needed, that listening to the consensus opinion here pays dividends.  My first Moody LP purchased yesterday simply because of all the positivity towards him here, led unflaggingly by @HutchFan 

Absolutely feeling it, worth the entry fee for 'Wave' alone.  Two more Moody albums ordered already

Edit: make that five more ordered as they're all less than £10 each, some just £5 which is about as cheap as it gets for used vinyl here these days.

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