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Tal Farlow 'Fuerst Set' to be followed by 'Second Set' (Xanadu).

Should start with side B of the Second Set with its extraordinary piano solo by Eddie Costa but am spinning this in the proper order.

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Leith Stevens 'Jazz Themes from The Wild One' (Spanish Decca)

Superb West Coast music album with a beautiful photo of Marlon Brando on its cover.

The album kicks off with the sound of a motorcycle roar onto the music from the Laslo Benedek film.

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here's that Brando cover:

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CD looks like this (Bear Family):

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never heard it, did like the Cops & Robbers by Stevens

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Sam Rivers - Streams, Live at Montreux

:tup:tup:tup

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Everybody Knows Johnny Hodges (Impulse/Jasmine)

It was a pleasure to listen to this again, and a special pleasure to listen to Harry Carney's extended (for him, anyway) solo on "I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart".

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Duke Meets Coleman Hawkins (Impulse) :wub:

George Lewis- (Vocalion) rough stuff 1944

Ed Hall- Commodore sessions ( Ace of Hearts)- nice

Chocolate Dandies- (Parlophone) ok- some terribel singing though

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never heard it, did like the Cops & Robbers by Stevens

Couw, the Wild One album I have has the Brando photo at top.

I think the music is much better - from a strictly jazz point of view - than the Cops and Robbers music.

Another interesting Leith Stevens score is the one he wrote for the Don Siegel film 'Private Hell 36. Spanish Decca also released that music via Fresh Sounds - obviously authorized by Decca - on an LP that added the 'Cops and Robbers' sides.

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Jackie McLean/John Jenkins: Alto Madness (Prestige - 1981 complete edition)

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Paul Pley- Open to Live ECM

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On a total vinyl kick today:

Rev. Robert Wilkins (Piedmont) - Perhaps the finest of all the 1960's blues rediscovery recordings (though by this time Rev. Wilkins was performing only religious music).

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Charles Tyler - Sixty Minute Man and Saga of the Outlaws.

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Andrew Hill- "Smokestack"- just picked up a UA-issue of this LP. Odd lineup with 2 bass players, but a fascinating LP.

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Classic Records mono re-issue of "Blue Train"

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Heifetz/Hendl: Romantic Fantasy

Brahms: Violin Concerto (Heifetz, Reiner CSO)

Lester Young, Roy Eldridge, & Harry Edison:Laughin' To Keep From Cryin'

Stravinsky: The Firebird (Dorati, LSO)

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The line up for the evening:

Sonny Rollins 'The Bridge"

Arthur Blythe "Lennox Avenue Breakdown"

Ornette Coleman "Friends and Neighbors live at Prince Street"

Archie Shepp "Yasmina, A Black Woman"

Edited by ajf67

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Kenny Burrell 'K.B. Blues' (Japanese BN). The session with Hank Mobley, Horace Silver, Doug Watkins and Louis Hayes.

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Piano, Brass & Blues: A Collection of Classic Blues Accompaniments on Riverside

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Don Cherry 'Complete Communion'. With two 'ears' on side one ! B)

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Just arrived from Mr Tanno - Thad Jones "You Made Me Love You", great quartet date with Mel Lewis, George Mraz, and Gregory Herbert.

Also, "The Golden Duke" with the great Ellington-Strayhorn duets and the Oscar Pettiford cello session originally on Mercer Records.

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The Great Jazz Trio (Hank Jones, Ron Carter, Tony Williams) Direct From L.A. (East Wind)

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Don Cherry 'Complete Communion'. With two 'ears' on side one ! B)

Had to look at my copy after reading this and sure enough, 2 ears on one side. :blink:

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Vinyl spun today:

Eric Dolphy - 'Outward Bound'

Charles Mingus - 'Town Hall Concert'

Thad Jones / Pepper Adams Quintet - 'Mean What You Say'

Sonny Stitt - 'Sax Expressions'

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