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Graham Collier - British Conversations [My Only Desire, UK 2021]

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Eddy Louiss - Our Kind Of Sabi [MPF/BASF Germany, 1971]

finally an LP to replace my dodgy MP3 version.  Surman in the 70s, guaranteed fireworks

19 hours ago, Rabshakeh said:

Some great posts in this thread over the last day or two. Alot of stuff that I need to buy.

It's that need word that gives it away.  My partner still doesn't understand and laughs every time I say it :D

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34 minutes ago, mjazzg said:

It's that need word that gives it away.  My partner still doesn't understand and laughs every time I say it :D

As Hutch said above. We can stop any time we wanted to, right?

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I haven't found a way to do so yet...

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Rare Garrick EP with Joe Harriott and cathedral organ !

3 hours ago, mjazzg said:

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Graham Collier - British Conversations [My Only Desire, UK ]

This one is most definitely a ‘find’.

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More EPs. Herb & Lorraine Geller Imperial session.

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1 hour ago, sidewinder said:

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Rare Garrick EP with Joe Harriott and cathedral organ !

I've never even seen that before, had no idea that it existed.

Good stuff?

 

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10 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

I've never even seen that before, had no idea that it existed.

Good stuff?

 

It’s in Garrick’s ‘Liturgical’ style - influenced by English medieval/choral/church music. Totally unique. In the same vein as ‘Jazz Praises at St Pauls’. The music was reissued by Vocalion on CD on one of the Garrick releases.

I think his experiments in this area even preceded Duke Ellington - the ‘Sacred Concerts’ would be a US equivalent but this is much more English. 

The Argo EP was produced in tiny numbers I think.

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4 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

It’s in Garrick’s ‘Liturgical’ style - influenced by English medieval/choral/church music. Totally unique. In the same vein as ‘Jazz Praises at St Pauls’. The music was reissued by Vocalion on CD on one of the Garrick releases.

I think his experiments in this area even preceded Duke Ellington - the ‘Sacred Concerts’ would be a US equivalent but this is much more English. 

The Argo EP was produced in tiny numbers I think.

Oh, I missed that one. I thought I'd seen all of Vocalion's Garrick reissues. Apparently not.  ;)

Interesting point about Garrick's "sacred jazz" preceding EKE's. ... I wonder if Duke was aware of what Garrick was doing in that area, if it possibly influenced his thinking.

 

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10 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

Oh, I missed that one. I thought I'd seen all of Vocalion's Garrick reissues. Apparently not.  ;)

Interesting point about Garrick's "sacred jazz" preceding EKE's. ... I wonder if Duke was aware of what Garrick was doing in that area, if it possibly influenced his thinking.

 

Doubt that there was any influence on Duke but that is an interesting thought. Mary Lou Williams also operating in this area at that time.

The ‘Anthem’ tracks are on Dutton Vocalion’s reissue of the ‘October Woman’ LP. To be honest I think the CD sounds better as unlike most old EPs, there is no snap crackle pop. Vocalion had access to the master tape I think.

1 hour ago, sidewinder said:

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Good to remind myself of just how damn brilliant this one is. This was one very happy and compatible front line.

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3 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

Doubt that there was any influence on Duke but that is an interesting thought. Mary Lou Williams also operating in this area at that time.

You're right.  Forgot about Mary Lou!  Since they were friends, her influence on EKE would've been much more likely.

 

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Now on my 'table:

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Gato Barbieri - Caliente! (A&M, 1976)
The A&Ms aren't my favorite Gato records -- but they're enjoyable.  Barbieri & Alpert definitely achieved what they set out to do. 

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I'd forgotten how much this sounds like a CTI record. Alpert & Gato definitely "borrowed" Creed Taylor's production approach.

 

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Andre Previn Trio, King Size (Contemporary). Superbly recorded (not by Ray DuNann).

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Gerry Mulligan Concert Jazz Band, '63 (Verve)Image result for gerry mulligan concert jazz band '63Image result for milton nascimento musica popular brasil

Milton Nascimento, Nova Historia De Musica Popular Brasileira

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4 minutes ago, kh1958 said:

Gerry Mulligan Concert Jazz Band, '63 (Verve)Image result for gerry mulligan concert jazz band '63

 

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2 hours ago, jazzcorner said:

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Now spinning:

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NP:

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Cal Tjader - Puttin' It Together (Fantasy, 1974)
Deliciously groovy, courtesy of bassist John Heard (as well as others).

 

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