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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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Looks Near Mint, but I think it needs to be play graded...

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Was that Mingus date issued in the States by Prestige as "Reincarnation of a Lovebird"? I liked that double lp.

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There were two albums from the Charles Mingus band that were released originally on America, 'Blue Bird' and 'Pithycantropus Erectus'. They were later issued on the Prestige two-fer.

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Noah Howard - Traffic

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Freddie Roach 'Down to Earth', BN mono. Now there's a good candidate for a CD Conn..

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Been getting into some funk/fusion stuff:

Roy Ayers Unbiquity: "Red, Black, Green"

Grant Green "Live"

Charles Earland- "Leaving This Planet" with Freddy Hubbard and Joe Henderson

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Joe Cocker: Mad Dogs & Englishmen (Side 4)

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Johnny Griffin: Live in Tokyo (Phillips-Japan). Griff and the rest of the band - Horace Parlan, Mads Vinding, and Art Taylor - had a true groove going for this concert.

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Johnny Griffin: Live in Tokyo (Phillips-Japan). Griff and the rest of the band - Horace Parlan, Mads Vinding, and Art Taylor - had a true groove going for this concert.

More Johnny Griffin: Recently picked up a Johnny Griffin LP recently: "Big Soul Band," Riverside mono pressing. Sounds great and everyone is in fine form. Bobby Timmons, Clark Terry, Julien Priester, et all. I like Johnny's playing here, even though he takes the lead, he really tries to work within the ensemble concept.

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Machito and His Salsa Big Band: Machito!!! (Timeless)

From H.F. Dulfer's liner notes:

"...those companies...should be advised to worry about a new slogan than 'Hometaping is killing music'." (This was 1983) "I would propose: 'Reissuing old records is killing musicians'".

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Lenny McBrowne and the Four Souls 'Eastern Lights' (Riverside)

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Bill Dixon "Intents and Purposes" (RCA)

Colin Walcott, Steve Eliovson "Dawn Dance" (ECM)

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Just put on Dewey Redman "Tarik" (BYG Actuel)

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Duke Ellington "1939" (Smithsonian label)

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Boss sounds! - Shelly Manne (Atlantic)

What for a nasty cover, but the session is nice!

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Gato Barbereri & Dollar Brand - Confluence

"I do not scream," says Gato "for the same reasons Pharoah Sanders screams."

Scream on, cat.

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'The Great Jazz Piano of Phineas Newborn Jr' (Contemporary)

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"Soprano Sax"--Steve Lacy

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The Louis Hayes Group 'Variety Is The Spice' (Gryphon) with Frank Strozier.

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