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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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Yeah, I have the America pressing and it sounds great. I assume this was the same case with Coursil's Black Suite?

Same deal.

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I hope you have the America issue.

Don't know if "you" refers to me or cliff or both.

I'm unfamiliar with Arthur Jones on America.

I was talking to you.

Scorpio was produced by Claude Delcloo. As I understand the story, he was pissed with BYG and took the masters to America. BYG being pissed about that deal issues a "needle drop" of the America pressing.

I've got the BYG "needle drop". Picked it up used.

I like the record, but not enough to play it very often, or even think about playing it very often.

Anyone know what became of Arthur Jones?

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Mike Westbrook Orchestra 'Metropolis' (RCA Neon) Fabulous !

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Played some vinyl again today, for a change...

first Joe Malinga's album with Clifford Thornton - great! This one really grows on me!

:tup:tup

again last night, a wonderful record! :wub:

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Tony Scott and the All Stars '52nd St. Scene' (Coral, mono)

with Coleman Hawkins, PeeWee Russell, Joe Thomas, Al Cohn, George Wallington, etc...

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Anyone know what became of Arthur Jones?

I am pretty sure he passed away some time ago. In fact, I believe he died homeless.

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Errol Garner At The Piano

french CBS, unglued cover

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Jimmy Smith - "Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?" Interesting cover photo. [Verve label]

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Rolf KUHN "Streamline" on Vanguard or.DG. A fantastic album. One af my all time/ all styles favourites. Musically brilliant, technically outstanding, and above all geniously swingin'. With the divine Ronnell Bright.

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Jimmy Deuchar - 'Pub Crawling' (Contemporary mono)

Graham Collier - 'Deep Dark Blue Centre' (Deram stereo)

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Miles Davis 'Relaxin' (Prestige Bergenfield DG mono)

Freddie Hubbard 'Hub Cap' (BN 47W63rd mono)

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Horace Silver 'Silver's Serenade' (BN, mono, NY label)

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Though spinning a CD now, my last vinyl listen was:

High Rise - High Rise 2 (Squealer reissue of the PSF original)

Heavy!

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Jascha Horenstein conducting Busoni violin concerto and suite from Turandot - Rococo label, a Canadian boot operation.

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Les Jazz Modes (Dawn)

the Julius Watkins/Charlie Rouse group :tup

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Tal Farlow "tal" on Verve 8021 tpt label. A fantastic Eddie Costa

Th Talbert "bix fats duke" atl black. Nice arrangment session, somewhat underrated.

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Pee Wee Russell, the Time/Life Masters of Jazz box.

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the magical world of gordon jenkibs

Jenkibs is one of my faborates. :)

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I was thinking the same thing...

meanwhile:

Ronnie Scott & The Band - Live at Ronnie Scott's (CBS Realm mono orig) great session!

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