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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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2 hours ago, mjazzg said:

:tup I bought that after one of your posts

I hope you've enjoyed the music as much as I have.  :) 

 

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13 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

I hope you've enjoyed the music as much as I have.  :) 

 

I have indeed, thanks

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6 hours ago, HutchFan said:

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Terumasa Hino Sextet - Fuji (Catalyst, rec. 1972)

 

nice one. I have the Japanese issue on Victor.

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12 hours ago, mjazzg said:

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David Murray trio - The Hill [Black Saint, Italy 1988]

a post by @ghost of mileselsewhere reminded me about this LP.  Murray was one of my entry points to Jazz and I hoovered up the the Black Saints. This takes me back.

Richard Davis + Joe Chambers rule ....

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I bought it in the 70´s, I don´t have many of that silver cover series, maybe "Ornette Coleman´s Free Jazz" and "Mingus Blues and Roots", and for more easy listening the then very popular "Les McCann Eddie Harris Montreux 1969". 
At that time I  was astonished that "Avantgarde" was quite traditional, it´s all straight ahead swing, and they don´t really go "far out". But this was still in 1960, when there was still a lot of the old hard bop. But they all sound wonderful, "The Blessing" is one of the most traditional compositions of Coleman, also a very interesting version of it is on the 1958 Hillcrest Club recording, sometimes released under the leadership of Paul Bley, though he is barely audible on those. 
Both Trane and Cherry loved "Bemsha Swing". Trane played it with Monk, and Don recorded it on several occasions....

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6 minutes ago, Gheorghe said:

I bought it in the 70´s, I don´t have many of that silver cover series, 

They get really sticky and worn. Not a big fan, although I've picked some up. They sound fine, at least.

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Today, so far

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David Murray - Ming's Samba [Portrait, 1989]

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David Murray - 3D Family, Vol.1 [HatMusics, Switzerland 1983]

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David Murray Trio - Sweet Lovely [Black Saint, Italy 1980]

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Jim Marks - Touching Your Feelings [Nicole Records, Italy 2022 RP]

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Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson - South Africa To South Carolina [Arista, 1975]

 

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Jeff Parker - Forfolks [International Anthem/Nonesuch, 2022]

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Prompted by some discussion elsewhere on the board:

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Chico Freeman - The Pied Piper (BlackHawk, 1986)

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Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Hypnotic Eye 2LP version

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On 17/01/2022 at 6:13 PM, mjazzg said:

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David Murray trio - The Hill [Black Saint, Italy 1988]

a post by @ghost of mileselsewhere reminded me about this LP.  Murray was one of my entry points to Jazz and I hoovered up the the Black Saints. This takes me back.

I recall vacuuming up Murray and other Soul Note/Black Saint LPs for £2 from Fopp. These introduced me to the likes of Roscoe Mitchell, Frank Lowe etc

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Helen Merrill with the Gary Peacock Trio - Sposin' [Storyville, Denmark 1971]

first listen to this, stunning. My introduction to Merrill but purchased primarily because of Peacock and his Japanese trio

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Another delivered today

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Mal Waldron - Up Popped The Devil, US 1974]

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1 hour ago, mjazzg said:

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Helen Merrill with the Gary Peacock Trio - Sposin' [Storyville, Denmark 1971]

first listen to this, stunning. My introduction to Merrill but purchased primarily because of Peacock and his Japanese trio

She's fantastic. :tup 

One of my faves:

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46 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

She's fantastic. :tup 

One of my faves:

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Thanks I'll see if I can find that streaming somewhere. Did she do any other dates that went a bit out like the Peacock one do you know?

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4 minutes ago, mjazzg said:

Thanks I'll see if I can find that streaming somewhere. Did she do any other dates that went a bit out like the Peacock one do you know?

There are two cuts from the Lewis/Merrill LP that you can stream on my 70s jazz blog: https://jazzinthe70s.blogspot.com/2020/07/john-lewis-helen-merill-john-lewis.html

I'm not aware of any other Merrill albums like that date with Peacock.  But I don't know her discography comprehensively.

 

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Paul Bley - In Haarlem, Blood [International Polydor Production, Germany 1967]

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Paul Bley - Blood [Fontana, Netherlands 1966]

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Deck back in action after system upgrade and kicking off with:

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180g version

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NY DG mono version

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Just listening through some recent purchases from Japan.

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King pressing, though it has VAN GELDER stamp in the runout, so presumably they did use stampers from the US.

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Maybe I shouldn't say that The Singers Unlimited never sounded better than here, as this is the first or second album they did, but that's how it feels to me. A bit unusual to find an MPS album reissued on the Columbia imprint. I have also a German pressing, but wanted a spare copy as I am not happy with the remastering of this album on the "Magic Voices" 7 CD box. 

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This one has some good early Cedar Walton. And I always like Jaspar.

 

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