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Milt Jackson - At The Museum Of Modern Art [Mercury Limelight UK, 1965 mono]

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Ted Curson - Pop Wine [Soufflé Continu, France 2021]

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Bobby Hutcherson - Conception: The Gift Of Love [Columbia, 1979]

I've largely ignored BH after his Blue Note years.  On this evidence that has been foolhardy.  Any views on the other Columbia releases?

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salvaged today from a ‘pie and vinyl’ emporium, obviously overlooked in the racks.

 Minor miracle !:party:

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5 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

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salvaged today from a ‘pie and vinyl’ emporium, obviously overlooked in the racks.

 Minor miracle !:party:

Are the pies any good?

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13 minutes ago, mjazzg said:

Are the pies any good?

Didn’t try them. Nice concept though !  (i’m assuming they had pies - certainly plenty of coffee and cakes).

The ‘Quiet Kenny’ sounds fantastic on first listen, very big sound. Certainly trounces my OJC so the hype is justified in this case.

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Johnny Lytle, The Sound of Velvet Soul (Solid State)

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2 hours ago, mjazzg said:

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Bobby Hutcherson - Conception: The Gift Of Love [Columbia, 1979]

I've largely ignored BH after his Blue Note years.  On this evidence that has been foolhardy.  Any views on the other Columbia releases?

Solo/Quartet on Contemporary and all of the Landmark releases are better choices.

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Those Hutcherson Columbias seem to have passed me by too. Never heard them.

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I like all of the Hutcherson Columbias (there were only three). They are all "produced" and are obviously "targeted", but...they are all quite well done, and no false tones are struck. And everybody plays, there's none of this "holding back" that such things often ended up with.

Fusion? Reall? Or maybe just letting what was already there step into the mainstream spotlight? I mean, everybody should know about "Un Poco Loco", should they not?

Still do not pass on the aforementioned Solo/Quartet on Contemporary. It is a true masterpiece.

 

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13 minutes ago, JSngry said:

I like all of the Hutcherson Columbias (there were only three). They are all "produced" and are obviously "targeted", but...they are all quite well done, and no false tones are struck. And everybody plays, there's none of this "holding back" that such things often ended up with.

Fusion? Reall? Or maybe just letting what was already there step into the mainstream spotlight? I mean, everybody should know about "Un Poco Loco", should they not?

Still do not pass on the aforementioned Solo/Quartet on Contemporary. It is a true masterpiece.

 

Thanks, I like that description of them. I will definitely been checking the other two.

Already have 'Solo/Quartet' which is very special, I agree

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12 hours ago, kh1958 said:

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Excellent ....

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John Carter - Dance Of The Love Ghosts [Gramavision, 1987]

powerful

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P J Harvey - Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea
The Heshoo Beshoo Group - Armitage Road (RE)
Lester Bowie - Numbers 1&2
Horace Tapscott Quintet - The Giant Is Awakened (RE)

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Lee Morgan ‘Complete Live at the Lighthouse’ LP 6.

One of these days I’ll get round to LPs 7 to 12 !

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17 hours ago, sidewinder said:

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I think this is the only time I've ever seen Art Blakey's Islamic name on an album cover. Wasn't he back to using Art Blakey 100% by this time (1964) though?

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Joy was a strange little label though. A budget subsidiary of President records, set up after President had got rights to Vee-Jay material.

But I see the Vee-Jay version also has Buhaina on the sleeve.

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A compilation...

Well, we all don't know as much as we think we know.

MG 

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A contractual workaround, perhaps.

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James Moody -s/t [Cadet/GRT, 1975]

first of a number of new Moody LPs I'm hoping will arrive soon.

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23 hours ago, mjazzg said:

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John Carter - Dance Of The Love Ghosts [Gramavision, 1987]

powerful

Powerful indeed. :tup 

 

13 minutes ago, mjazzg said:

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James Moody -s/t [Cadet/GRT, 1975]

first of a number of new Moody LPs I'm hoping will arrive soon.

Hooray for James Moody!  :D 

 

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26 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

Hooray for James Moody!  :D 

 

Definitely! I can't believe I've slept on him for so long. I have another three in the post at the moment. My new obsession...

He's hitting a similar spot that Yusef Lateef does for me. Thank you for all your Moody posts that eventually nudged me in the right direction.

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