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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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The wonder show of BBC radio - I'm sorry, I'll read that again - Parlophone orig DG :) (with John Cleese, Graeme Garden, Bill Oddie & Tim Brooke-Taylor)

Johnny Otis - For adults only; Snatch & the Poontangs - Snatch (UK pressing)

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Oliver Nelson - Stolen moments - East Wind US Inner City issue

Melvin Sparks - Akilah - Prestige orig

Wynton Kelly - Full view - Milestone Fantasy pressing

Rev Maceo Woods - Garden of prayer - Vee-Jay Trip reissue

Swan Silvertones - My rock - Specialty

Original Five Blind Boys of Alabama - Oh Lord stand by me - Specialty

Dixie Hummingbirds - Prayer for peace - Peacock orig

Inez Andrews & the Andrewettes - The need of prayer - Songbird Vogue France issue

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Manhattan Percussion Ensemble - Varese: Ionisation (and Harrison, Barlett, McKenzie & Colgrass) Urania mono.

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Shirley Scott - Shirley's Sounds (prestige blue label)

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Ted Curson 'Blue Piccolo' (Trio)

with Jim McNeely, Cecil McBee, Steve McCall

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Earlier this morning

Hank Crawford & Jimmy McGriff - Soul survivors - Milestone orig

Hank Crawford - Roadhouse symphony - Milestone orig

Hank Crawford - I hear a symphony - Kudu orig

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Gary McFarland 'Point of Departure' (Impulse, stereo)

great lineup of Willie Dennis, Richie Kamuca, Jimmy Raney, Steve Swallow and Mel Lewis

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Eric Dolphy - HERE AND THERE - Prestige mono Blue Label.

One of the record that turned me in a jazz fan.

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Brew Moore Quintet (Fantasy/OJC, mono)

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Gary McFarland 'Point of Departure' (Impulse, stereo)

One of my favorite McFarland albums, and one of the few that successfully blends his "serious" jazz writing and arranging with his more accessible "pop" qualities. Most of his other albums tend to be in one group or the other.

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Milt Buckner - Mighty high - Argo Musidisc France issue

Illinois Jacquet - Bottoms up - Pretige Fantasy pressing

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Edited by The Magnificent Goldberg

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Lou Donaldson - ALLIGATOR BOGALOO - BN stereo Liberty

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Sonic Youth - Bad Moon Rising - (Homestead orig)

"Death Valley '69" never gets old...

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Norman Dello Joio - Fantasy and Variations - (RCA-Victor Red Seal mono)

Leinsdorf/Hollander, one of my dad's favorites.

Edited by clifford_thornton

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Gary McFarland 'Point of Departure' (Impulse, stereo)

One of my favorite McFarland albums, and one of the few that successfully blends his "serious" jazz writing and arranging with his more accessible "pop" qualities. Most of his other albums tend to be in one group or the other.

Yes, one of his very best. I am now discovering some of is later recordings ('America the Beautiful', 'Does the Sun Really Shine...') which I ignored when they came out. Thought they were very lightweight at the time.

Now that they have been reissued, I find quite a number of special moments in those...

Now spinning:

Howard McGhee 'Maggies' Back in Town' (Contemporary, mono original)

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Last thing last night, I was playing

Charles Mingus - Ah um - CBS UK

Charles Mingus - Mingus dynasty - CBS UK

and I went to bed afterwards with the Leroy Vinnegar tune "For Carl Perkins" on my head. Is there some resemblance between that tune and "Put me in that dungeon" that I haven't noticed?

MG

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Red Richards (from Saints & Sinners) and Friends - In A Mellow Tone - WEST 54 LP

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Gary McFarland 'Point of Departure' (Impulse, stereo)

One of my favorite McFarland albums, and one of the few that successfully blends his "serious" jazz writing and arranging with his more accessible "pop" qualities. Most of his other albums tend to be in one group or the other.

Yes, one of his very best. I am now discovering some of is later recordings ('America the Beautiful', 'Does the Sun Really Shine...') which I ignored when they came out. Thought they were very lightweight at the time.

Now that they have been reissued, I find quite a number of special moments in those...

Still hoping (against the odds) that his soundtrack for "13" will come out someday. Verve designed cover art and assigned it a catalog number, but yanked it at the last minute...

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Sonny Stitt & Red Holloway - Forescast: Sonny & Red (catslyst orig)

Edited by NaturalSoul

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John Lewis 'A Milanese Story' (Atlantic, mono, white mono label)

wth Bobby Jaspar and René Thomas....

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Stan Tracey Big Brass 'Love You Madly' and 'Seven Ages Of Man' (both UK Columbia Lansdowne stereo)

Oliver Nelson 'Stolen Moments' (East Wind)

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