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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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Howard Riley "Discussions" (Opportunity)

Before that, Tony Oxley "February Papers" (Incus)

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Sal Salvador Quartet 'Juicy Lucy' (Beehive)

got this one sealed 6 months ago for the same price, nice disc

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Sonny Rollins

'There Will Never Be Another You' (Impulse France)

next:

'Sonny Rollins on Impulse' (original mono issue)

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Ahmad Jamal 'Tranquility' (ABC quadrophonic pressing...)

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Bob Dylan: John Wesley Harding (Sundazed mono)

The music on this comes through to me as strongly as it did 37(!) years ago, when I bought my first (stereo) copy. I never saw a mono copy back then.

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Bob Dylan: John Wesley Harding (Sundazed mono)

I think that is the only Sundazed Dylan I do not have. Need to get it next order, along with a couple of the jazz titles that just came out.

Dylan: Freewheelin'(Sundazed-mono) Heaven!!

Parlan: Mosaic set..Speakin' My Piece sides.

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Archie Shepp Fire Music (Impulse, mono original)

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"Backtrack" - Various - This has everyone from the Oslo Philharmonic through the Three Suns and the New Glenn Miller Orchestra to Floyd Cramer playing everything from the Emperor Waltz and Moonlight Seranade and Mood Indigo. Lots of other standards on a two record set from RCA.

Shriner's Convention - Ray Stevens [i was on a serious search for jazz, a while ago and this beckoned me. What can I say? It's funny.] Stevens was really popular a couple of decades ago and this looks like it's been played only once or twice. Too bad all my jazz isn't in such great shape when I find it.

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Andrew Hill: Compulsion

Andrew Hill: Andrew!

Man, it's nice to listen to decent analog after listening to some iffy CD's I just bought. That's it, for me, on the CD's for awhile. Out of the last 10 I bought, there are only two I will listen to again. Too much other great music with decent sound on vinyl.

Compulsion(original mono) is quite an excellent recording. Great deep, resonant bass clarinet and natural highs.

Hill has really become one of my 'go to' musicians.

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Herbie Mann Live at the Village Gate Nice mono pressing, love this version of "Summertime"

Phil Woods and His European Rhythm Machine At the Frankfurt Jazz Festival (I just noticed this was produced by herbie Mann, so I guess it's a Herbie Mann night). Embryo Records 1971. Opens with a broiling version of "Freedom Jazz Dance"

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Andrzej Kurylewicz - Polish Big Band (Polskie Nagrania)

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A couple of Marcello Melis Black Saint:

- 'The New Village on the Left' with Enrico Rava, Roswell Rudd, Don Moye and the Gruppo Rubanu (Sardinian vocals)

- 'Free to Dance' with Sheila Jordan, Lester Bowie, George Lewis and Melis on the left channel, and Jeanne Lee, Enrico Rava, Gary Valente and Fred Hopkins on the right!

Beautiful!

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Duke Ellington---The Paris Concert.

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Looking for some shelves today and also found:

"Maria Callas In Her First Live Performance Ever Of Donizetti...Lucia Di Lammermoor" Mexico 1952 - first time ever on records.

This is the complete opera on 2 records. Conducted by Guido Picco.

WOW!! Callas was indeed magnificent!! The records are pristine, still in their plastic sleeves and in their box. What a find!!

two dollars !!

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Mal Waldron, Manfred Schoof with Steve Lacy. East German Amiga reissue of One-Upmanship on Enja.

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George Coleman Octet: BIG GEORGE (Affinity). Wonderful recording, great blowing.

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Mal Waldron; Mal 1

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Now:

Joe Maini 'Memorial' (Fresh Sound) with Richie Kamuca, Vic Feldman, Lou Levy, Buddy Clark and Mel Lewis. The session ends with a very strong rendition of 'Auld Lang Syne'!

next:

Bennie Green 'Back on the Scene' (BN Japan)

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Charlie Parker on Dial Vol. 2 Spotlite.

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Miles Davis, Super Hits. (cheesy compilation)

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Classic Records re-issues. Mono, all-tube mono tube cutting system, thick vinyl, heavy stock covers with deep groove labels.

A welcome throwback to days gone by.

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Horace Parlan - Little Esther (Soul Note)

Lee Morgan - Cornbread (BN NY address mono)

Lee Morgan - Search For The New Land (BN NY address stereo)

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