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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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Bob Brookmeyer and Friends (Columbia mono, which I guess is the only way it was ever released on vinyl)\

Found it for $8 tonight at a Half-Price Books. MAN I love that place!

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Last night (too tired to post!)

A vinyl evening

Bill Doggett - Honky tonk popcorn - Polydor reissue

Inez Andrews - This is not the first time I've been last - Songbird (ABC) orig

Rev Amos Waller & the Mercy Seat Missionary Baptist Church - Come to Jesus - Songbird (green label) orig

Rev L W Williams - Doing your best in service for Jesus (sermon) - Landra orig

(Landra is a strange little label; the LP sleeve opens at the top (?). Based in Greenville Miss; Williams leads a church in Helm, Miss.)

MG

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Keno Duke/Contemporaries 'Sense of Values' (Strata-East)

with George Coleman, Frank Strozier, Harold Mabern and Lisle Atkinson

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Bob Brookmeyer and Friends (Columbia mono, which I guess is the only way it was ever released on vinyl)\

Found it for $8 tonight at a Half-Price Books. MAN I love that place!

yup, a real dandy. great pic on the front, too.

and for me:

andre kostelanetz-stardust, perhaps his mellowest(at his nonclassical best), before he tried to get modern.

Edited by alocispepraluger102

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Paul Bley - Haarlem, Holland concert of 11/4/66, half of Arista Freedom twofer Copenhagen and Haarlem (released on CD by Black Lion as Blood)

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Paul Bley - Haarlem, Holland concert of 11/4/66, half of Arista Freedom twofer Copenhagen and Haarlem (released on CD by Black Lion as Blood)

right here on the top of my stack. the mr. joy on there is incredible.

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Alocis, I don t know how many times Bley recorded Mr. Joy. My introduction to him was an album he did about 1969 for Limelight called Mr. Joy, which as I recall had electronic keyboards. I love that song!

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Dizzy Gillespie with Sonny Stitt

The Bop Session

on Sonet 692 (it's a Swedensk LP)

:crazy:

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Cannonball Adderley with Sergio Mendes - Cannonball's Bossa Nova (1985 Landmark issue)

Joao Donato and Deodato - Donatodeodato (1973 Muse)

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OK - another Swedensk LP:

:crazy:

Barney Kessel

Just Friends - Sonet 685

:crazy:

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Cannonball Adderley with Sergio Mendes - Cannonball's Bossa Nova (1985 Landmark issue)

Good Lord, how many times was this album reissued? Landmark???

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Cannonball Adderley with Sergio Mendes - Cannonball's Bossa Nova (1985 Landmark issue)

Good Lord, how many times was this album reissued? Landmark???

TTK, as I recall Orrin Keepnews reissued all of the Cannonball Riverside albums owned by Capitol in 1985 on the Landmark label. Maybe not all of them, but I think so.

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Comin' On with the Chet Baker Quintet (Prestige) (the third of five releases from one session which lasted I think three days, now available on three CDs)

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Ssergio Mendes Trio - So Nice (Pickwick)

This is a Pickwick release of a Capitol album which as I recall was entitled Sergio Mendes & Brasil '65 with Special Guest Bud Shank. Pickwick had a licensing deal with Capitol. They would sell for $1.99 three year old Capitol albums minus one song on what appeared to be lower grade vinyl.

Brasil '65's singer was Wanda de Sah, who was the poor man's Astrud Gilberto. She later married the popular composer/singer Edu Lobo. Lobo's wife had been Gracinha Leporace, who later replaced Lani Hall in Brasil '66 and then later married Mendes. I think all those bossa nova people lived in a small world!

Gerry Mulligan/Paul Desmond (Fantasy)

This album combined a Desmond date without Brubeck from 1954 on Side A with the first recordings of the Mulligan/Baker quartet from 1953 on Side B.

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A couple more twist LPs :)

King Curtis - Soul twist - Trip reissue of Enjoy material

Joe Houston - Doin' the twist - Crown - disgusting pressing as ever, but Joe honks like a good'un!

MG

Edited by The Magnificent Goldberg

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Shelly Manne 'The Manne We Love' (EastWorld/Toshiba)

with Conte Candoli, Ted Nash Jr., Mike Wofford, John Heard and Chuck Flores (two-drummer date!)

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Cannonball Adderley with Sergio Mendes - Cannonball's Bossa Nova (1985 Landmark issue)

Good Lord, how many times was this album reissued? Landmark???

TTK, as I recall Orrin Keepnews reissued all of the Cannonball Riverside albums owned by Capitol in 1985 on the Landmark label. Maybe not all of them, but I think so.

This album was also released on Capitol, Pickwick, and Everest. There was a whole thread about this album recently...

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Bobby Hackett & Jack Teagarden 'Jazz Ultimate' (Capitol, mono)

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Pursuing a "Jazz trivia" question, I've just been listening to Sidney Bechet's "Summertime" from "Jazz classics" BN with ear.

MG

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