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Picked up this Art Hodes EmArcy 10" LP, no personnel details although I think it was recorded in 1950.Any one know?

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Picked up this Art Hodes EmArcy 10" LP, no personnel details although I think it was recorded in 1950.Any one know?

Muggsy Dawson, cornet, Floyd O'Brien, trombone, Jimmy Granato, clarinet, Hodes, piano, Earl Murphy, bass, vocal, Hap Gormley, drums.

Recorded in Chicago, April 10, 1954.

Says the Lord!

Should be good...

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Thank you Brownie. I felt a little silly asking, but I'm among friends here. :wub:

You're more than welcome, Sister :wub:

Now spinning...

Emily Remler 'Flying' (Concord)

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Mike Westbrook 'Citadel/Room 315' (UK RCA original). Featuring John Surman and one of British Jazz's finest hours. An interesting contrast after the live solo Westbrook I saw last weekend.

To be followed by more Westbrook - 'Metropolis' (RCA Neon).

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The Great Concert of Chas. Mingus (America), LP 2.

You'll be pleased to know, Sidewinder, that this follows a cranked-up jam of Surman's "How Many Clouds Can You See?".

Traded my Westbrook RCAs; maybe I should find 'em and give 'em another shot.

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Sam Rivers: Contours

Dexter Gordon: Gettin' Around

Andrew Hill: Andrew!!!

All original stereo Blue Notes.

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Picked  up this Art Hodes EmArcy 10" LP, no personnel details although I think it was recorded in 1950.Any one know?

Muggsy Dawson, cornet, Floyd O'Brien, trombone, Jimmy Granato, clarinet, Hodes, piano, Earl Murphy, bass, vocal, Hap Gormley, drums.

Recorded in Chicago, April 10, 1954.

Says the Lord!

Should be good...

Thanks Brownie, I also got this Benny Goodman Sextet 10" LP , CL2564, again no details in the notes re personell or recording dates, might be Mel Powell or Teddy Wilson on the pinno, very nice condition incidentally and lovely tunes well played by all.

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Also picked up this Art Hodes, battered sleeve but vinyl amazing quiet

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and this George Lewis 10" LP all for £8....

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Thanks Brownie, I also got this Benny Goodman Sextet 10" LP , CL2564, again no details in the notes re personell or recording dates, might be Mel Powell or Teddy Wilson on the pinno, very nice condition incidentally and lovely tunes well played by all.

Nice haul you picked up, Clunky!

The BG Sextet 10-incher has various sides from 1945. That should be Red Norvo on vibes, Teddy Wilson and Mel Powell alternating on piano, Mike Bryan on guitar, Slam Stewart on bass, Morey Feld on drums.

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playing through a bunch of Polish 10" LPs in search of more Jerzy Milian doorbell dingdongism and associated hipness. Seems I hit the jackpot just now with a track hidden among a bunch of unrelated items from undated live festival recordings hosted by Willis Connover. At least it *sounds* like Jerzy, no info on the label. The track is followed by a plenty cool Kurylewicz 4tet performance. :tup

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The Great Concert of Chas. Mingus (America), LP 2.

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This 3LP set is excellent. The sound is much better than the Universal 2CD set.

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Thelonious Monk - Live in Italy (Riverside - Victor, Japan)

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Atlantic (1968)

Music significally better than cover.

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Stanley Turrentine: "Joyride".. I've always wondered if this was recorded in RVG's studio????

Jimmy Smith: Softly As A Summer Breeze

Lee Morgan: The Rumproller

All original Blue Notes

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Jay Jay Johnson - Al Cohn 'A Date in New York', vol. 2 (Jazz Legacy)

the LP includes the Henri Renaud band session with Jerry Hurwitz, Jay Jay, Cohn, Gigi Gryce, Curley Russell and Walter Bolden

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Spent last evening listening to some old Flyright/Krazy Kat LPs:

Chicken Stuff - Houston Ghetto Blues

Houston Shuffle

Fort Worth Shuffle

Gonna Head for Home - The Legendary Jay Miller Sessions Vol. 2

The 70's/early 80's was a great time for blues reissues, and Flyright was one of THE labels.

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Gary Bartz 'Another Earth' (Milestone)

'Ray Warleigh's First Album' (UK Philips). Produced by Scott Walker B-)

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Earlier today:

Tapestry of Dreams - Charles Aznavour - I used to love this album. Now it sounds maudlin.

So I followed it up with This Is Benny Goodman

Then, I wanted a couple of chuckles and played Lily Tomlin's "This Is A Recording" which is a collection of her standup routines.

Hard to describe, but those who know her know that she is wickedly hilarious.

After that, I played Columbia Jazz Masterpieces - Sampler Volume II.

The tracks are:

Side I

Miles Davis Quintet - Bye Bye Blackbird

Errol Gardner - Teach Me Tonight

Duke Ellington - All Of Me

Billie Holiday - What A Little Moonlight Can Do

Benny Goodman - Bluebirds In The Moonlight

Thelonious Monk - Monk's Dream

Side 2

Miles Davis - The Buzzard Song

Count Basie - How Long Blues

Charles Mingus - Fables of Faubus

Duke Ellington - Newport Up

Dave Brubeck Quartet - Gone With The Wind

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Elliott Smith--Figure 8; before that Joni Michell--Court and Spark (half-speed Nautilus lp)

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Hampton Hawes: The Sermon

Hawkins: Night Hawk

Hawkins/Eldridge/Hodges: Alive! At The Village Gate

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Howard McGhee 'Dusty Blue' (Affinity reissue) with Bennie Green, Roland Alexander, Pepper Adams, Tommy Flanagan, etc.

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Lounge Lizards NO PAIN FOR CAKES

I love this mingus derived bands like LL and Carla Bley!

LL are one of the underrated jazz group in this board, I don't know why, they havent't any Marsalis Bros in the line up!

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