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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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EAST OF EDEN "SNAFU"

a minor UK psych band of sixties with cool jazz taste, Mingus and Trane.

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Woody Herman- Big band Goodies (Wing) - out-takes from various Phillips' sessions 63/64. Swingin....

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Brew Moore 'Brew's Stockholm Dew' (Sonet) live Stockholm date with a local rhythm section.

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GREAT JAZZ TRIO - MILESTONES

1978, Inner City Records. Hank Jones, Ron Carter, Tony Williams. Fine trio playing, and top-notch sound.

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Charles Mingus 'My Favourite Quintet' on America Records. Some misleading BS on the front cover about this being the Town Hall concert with Dolphy and co. It's not, the group has Hilyer, McPherson & co. Absolutely insane version of 'Cocktails For Two' on this.

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Reading that Miles thread made me get out my Anaolgue Productions Prestige box. I'm playing Steamin' now.

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KJs squalling while he plays the piano is just awful. :angry:

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Sonny Rollins in Japan (Victor [J] SMJ 6030)

Sonny Rollins (ts) Yoshiaki Masuo (g) Bob Cranshaw (b) David Lee (d) Mtume (per, p)

Tokyo, Japan, September 30, 1973

Powaii

St. Thomas

Alfie

Moritat (aka Mack the Knife)

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I'm not spinning anything until my Allsop Orbitrac 2 cleaning system arrives. I read too much about spinning dirty vinyl lately - I need to clean things up first.

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In a Pee Wee Russell mood right now!

Spinning:

- Pee Wee Russell Plays Pee Wee (Bell) with Nat Pierce, Steve Jordan, Walter Page and George Wettling

next:

- Pee Wee Russell and Oliver Nelson and his Orchestra 'The Spirit of '67' (Impulse)

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Some fine performances in this miscellany: Gigi Gryce, Sonny Rollins, Mundell Lowe, Gene Quill, et al. Riverside OJC vinyl.

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Today we have

Night People-Mort Herbert-Savoy

Two groups with Herbert on bass,Sahib Shihab alto & bari and Kenny Clarke drums in both groups. Group one has Don Stratton trumpet,Mike Cuozzo tenor and Ronnie Ball piano. Group two has Joe Wilder trumpet, Bobby Jasper tenor & flute and Dick Katz piano.

By The Fireside-Paul Smith-Savoy

Boss Bossa Nova-George Bohanon- Workshop Jazz

This one is pretty much an all Motor City affair with George on pump, Kirk Lightsey piano, Joe Messina guitar,Cecil McBee bass (he was living in Detroit when this was recorded) and George Goldsmith drums and two prcussionists Bob Cousar and Henry Cosby.

Just getting ready to listen to one called Chicago Scene on Argo. It features Ira Sullivan, Sandy Mosse and Jimmy Gourley among others.

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Debussy "IBERIA" Reiner/CSO Shaded Dog reissue from Claaic Records

Hutherson: Smack-Up!

Mobley and His All Stars BN 1544 (W.63rd DG) Cover is ruined by a couple autographs...Horace Silver and Milt Jackson. :D

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Jazz Crusaders - GIVE PEACE A CHANCE

Pacific Jazz/Liberty. Showing signs of incipient commercialism, but still plenty of straight-ahead cooking jazz.

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Check out Holland's bass playing.

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The Essential Jimi Hendrix

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Art Farmer - The Time and The Place

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Watazumido-Shuso - The Mysterious Sounds of the Japanese Bamboo Flute (Everest)

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Kenny Burrell - Blue Lights Volume 2

Blue Note BLP 1597 W. 63rd DG Pressing

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Marion Brown; Juba-Lee

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Marion Brown; Juba-Lee

:tup

Sidewinder

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Aha - The Marte Roling cover.. Thanks John, I'm looking forward to this one ! Just love those 60s Fontanas. I've got the Ted Curson and Dollar Brand somewhere in the racks.

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Sidney Bechet - BLUE NOTE 1204, VOLUME 2

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I recently got that Bechet album. Great stuff, ain't it? B-)

I'm at work, so I'm not spinning it now, but I recently got a copy of "Sonny Stitt and the Giants" which I've been enjoying immensely. A patron here at the library where I work part-time gave it to me after I told him I'd gotten a record player for my birthday! Very nice indeed! It features Howard McGhee, Kenny Clarke, Tommy Potter, and Walter Bishop, Jr. I'd never heard anything with McGhee from this late date before (1967).

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