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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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2 hours ago, porcy62 said:

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Be With Records. Trounces the box set CD version.

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17 hours ago, Pim said:

I’ve got a 1978 Japanese pressing that sounds amazing. I don’t agree with you. Like both sides very much. Though not from the same level as volumes 1 and 2 I really like it. 

Mine is also 1978 Japanese pressing ! 

Vol. 1 remains my favourite for the compositions and the participation of Fats and Sonny. From the later one, I keep Side B of Vol. 3, and the whole Vol. 4 "Time Waits" for the participation of Philly J.J. and the compositions, which are great. Vol. 5 is ok, but the drumming of A.T. is a bit too subdued. On the other hand, Bud plays great on Dexter´s "Our Man in Paris".....

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33 minutes ago, porcy62 said:

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Japan

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Warne Marsh – Jazz From The East Village
Archie Shepp Quartet - Blue Ballads
Gene Ammons - The Happy Blues
 

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1 hour ago, aparxa said:


Gene Ammons - The Happy Blues
 

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Pat Matshikiza, Sikiza Matshikiza 

Antonio Carlos Jobim, Wave (A&M) 

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Today...

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Pharoah Sanders - Thembi [Impulse, 1971]

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Pharoah Sanders - Love In Us All [Impulse, 1974]

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Pharoah Sanders - Elevation [Impulse, France 1974]

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The Mystic Revelation Of Teppo Repo - Kosmoksen Erakko [Jazzpuu, Finland 2022]

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Streifenjunko - Sval Torv [Sofa Records, Norway 2012]

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NY, stereo.

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6 minutes ago, porcy62 said:

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Some  excellent Stan Getz from the 1950s I listened lately

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Dave Burrell - Lush Life (Denon)
Pharoah Sanders - Moon Child (MOV)
Charles Williams  - Stickball
Stan Getz ‎– Opus De Bop, The Savoy Sessions
 

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On 23.5.2022 at 5:38 PM, mjazzg said:

Today...

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Pharoah Sanders - Thembi [Impulse, 1971]

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Pharoah Sanders - Love In Us All [Impulse, 1974]

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Pharoah Sanders - Elevation [Impulse, France 1974]

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The Mystic Revelation Of Teppo Repo - Kosmoksen Erakko [Jazzpuu, Finland 2022]

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Streifenjunko - Sval Torv [Sofa Records, Norway 2012]

I like those Pharoah Sanders recordings of the early 70´s . The first I had was "Live at the East" and the long tune "Healing Song" with some vocals in the background is one of the most moving music I ever heard (though from the heart I´m more the bebop guy). It was one of my first albums when I was in my early teens. "Thembi" and "Love" etc. also very very fine, on Thembi it´s more percussion, and the theme of "Love is Us All" is similar moving as "Healing Song".....

Of course I don´t know the other two records.....

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King pressing

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First pressing RVG stereo

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Prestige LP 7007  [Japan] Miles Davis " The Musings Of Miles" - rec. 1955 - Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder

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5 hours ago, porcy62 said:

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12 minutes ago, jazzcorner said:

 

Prestige LP 7007  [Japan] Miles Davis " The Musings Of Miles" - rec. 1955 - Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder

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Now on my 'table:

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Alan Broadbent Trio - Everything I Love (Discovery, 1986)

Overlook the dull-as-dishwater, Olan Mills-inspired cover.  There's some excellent music here.

 

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Duke Jordan - Midnight Moonlight (SteepleChase, rec. 1979)

 

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9 hours ago, porcy62 said:

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King pressing

 

I like that title and pressing.

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47 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

I like that title and pressing.

It's a great session. The King sounds far better then the twofer.

About King pressings I compared yesterday Shorter's Soothsayer King and LT, the King is fine on drums, bass and piano, the LT is muddy, BUT IMHO the LT got the right tone of Shorter's sax, the King is too sweet, too polite. A Tone Poet would be the right choice if would exist.

now spinnin' Kaleidoscope

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Decca reissue version - still need to do a check of this against the original Fontana.

23 minutes ago, porcy62 said:

It's a great session. The King sounds far better then the twofer.

About King pressings I compared yesterday Shorter's Soothsayer King and LT, the King is fine muddy on drums, bass and piano, the LT is muddy, BUT IMHO the LT got the right tone of Shorter's sax, the King is too sweet, too polite. A Tone Poet would be the right choice if would exist.

Last time I spun the McLean twofer I thought it sounded pretty good. Will have to check.

Every version of ‘Soothsayer’ that I’ve ever heard has sounded shrill to my ears, very weird sonics on that session. I thought the King had the better sound than the LT but the LT, if I remember rightly, was a UK version in my collection. Again, more stuff to check. ;)

I need to retire to catch up on this stuff..:lol:

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