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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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Hank Mobley, Dippin'

Classic Blue Note! :tup

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Mats Gustafsson - Solos for Contrabass Saxophone (Table of the Elements). Kind of a noisy pressing, which is a shame, since this is very detailed music, performed mostly at low dynamic levels.

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BEATLES - Abbey Road - Apple, UK pressing.

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THE CLASH - London Calling - CBS, UK first pressing.

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Anthony Braxton - Four Compositions (1973) - (Denon/Columbia Japan)

w/ Sato, Midorikawa, Tanaka

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Sun Ra Arkestra - Pictures of Infinity (Black Lion)

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Tubby Hayes 'Tubbs In NY' (Fontana, stereo)

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Tubby Hayes 'Tubbs In NY' (Fontana, stereo)

Love that one! :tup

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Shirley Scott--Queen of the Organ (Impulse, orange and black)

John LaPorta--The Most Minor (Everest)

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Johnnie Spence Big Band 'Why Not' (UK Verve, mono)

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Freddie (smoke that) Roach........All That's Good....goin' to Church!!!

original slab.

There is some incredable sounds deep in the grooves on this one. RVG lightened up.

Edited by wolff

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Bob Florence Big Band, Westlake (Discovery)

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Kenyon Hopkins - Lonelyville: the NERVOUS Beat - ABC Paramount (stereo)

Essential crime jazz.

Edited by Teasing the Korean

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Having a Rave Up with the Yardbirds - Epic (yellow label, rechanneled stereo)

"Still I'm Sad" sounds like Morricone.

Edited by Teasing the Korean

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Essential crime jazz.

Boy, there's a category.

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Essential crime jazz.

Boy, there's a category.

There sure is. I must have 150 albums filed in the crime jazz/spy section.

Kenyon Hopkins is one of the greats in the crime jazz genre.

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Bob Brookmeyer, The Blues Hot and Cold (Verve)

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Stanley Turrentine--Rough 'N Tumble (Blue Note mono, Liberty cover, New York USA label, 1966 Blue Note inner sleeve, Van Gelder but no deep groove or ear).

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Willis Jackson--Bossa Nova Plus (Prestige mono, yellow and black N.J.)

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John Cater - Castles of Ghana (Gramavision)

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Willis Jackson--Bossa Nova Plus (Prestige mono, yellow and black N.J.)

Is this good, or does it come of like a quickie cash-in?

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Willis Jackson--Bossa Nova Plus (Prestige mono, yellow and black N.J.)

Is this good, or does it come of like a quickie cash-in?

Around that time they were all quickie cash-ins. The real question is how it works.

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Willis Jackson--Bossa Nova Plus (Prestige mono, yellow and black N.J.)

Does this bossa quickie cash-in work better than some of the other bossa nova quickie cash-ins?

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