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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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Stanley Turrentine - Rough 'n' Tumble - Blue Note (New York, mono)

Don't know if I've ever heard McCoy Tyner on a session like this before. But with all the LPs I've accumulated I may be forgetting.

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Air: 80° Below '82 (Antilles)

A reminder to me of how well this band listened to each other.

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Annette Peacock - I'm the One (RCA); I had been thinking about pulling this one out for a couple of weeks; Bev and Jim reminded me to go ahead and do so. I like it a lot, although it won't be to everyone's taste - odd avant-rock, alternately sexy, melancholy, and menacing.

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Bill Berry and the LA Band 'Hot and Happy' (Beez)

One of those vinyls that do not seem to have made it to CD.

Bill Berry assembled an all-star big band with musicians of the calibre of Blue Mitchell, Conte Candoli,Teddy Edwards, Richie Kamuca, Dave Frishberg, Leroy Vinnegar, etc...

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Bola Sete--Jungle Suite (Dancing Cat)

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Two very different hunks of vinyl from about the same time:

Paul Desmond - Pure Desmond (CTI); with Ed Bickert, Ron Carter and Connie Kay.

Wildflowers 5 (Douglas); Two side-long pieces: Sunny Murray with Byard Lancaster, David Murray, Kahn Jamal and Fred Hopkins; Roscoe Mitchell with Jerome Cooper and Don Moye.

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Lee Konitz 'Inside Hi-Fi' (Atlantic Japan)

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Miles Davis in Concert, My Funny Valentine (Columbia two eyes)

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Victor Feldman's finest hour?

Edited by BillF

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Duke Ellington - Unknown Session (Columbia)

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Dylan: Time Out of Mind

Jr. Kimbrough: All Night Long

Rollins: East Broadway Run Down

Finlandia: Music of Grieg and Sibelius (RCA re-issue)

Mulligan/Baker Mosaic

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Sonny Rollins 'The Cutting Edge (Milestone)

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Spiritual Starlites - Long Black Limousine (ASL); One of my favorite gospel LPs, by an Atlanta group who put out this one album (and a single) back in the late 1980's.

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Louis Armstrong - Disney Songs the Satchmo Way (Buena Vista). Yeah, I know. Laugh if you must, but this 1968 album has some of the very best of Louis' late-in-the-day trumpet solos. And his singing brings so much life to some pretty stupid songs, cornily arranged. Of course, there are a few good songs, too.

But damn, there's some magnificent trumpet playing here.

Edited by jeffcrom

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Horace Silver 'Silver's Serenade' (BN, mono, NY label, RVG stamp and ear)

Wanted to compare this to the McMaster CD release which I listened to and which left me so disappointed.

No comparison! The CD sounded flat and missed all the sharp outbursts of Louis Hayes' drumming or the deep mellow fingering from the bass of Gene Taylor that I remembered so well from numerous listening of that mono LP!

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Gerry Mulligan/Shorty Rogers, Modern Sounds (Capitol/EMI)

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John Coltrane - Crescent - Impulse!, japanese pressing.

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Ray Charles - The Genious of RC - Atlantic, mono.

Dylan: Time Out of Mind

Jr. Kimbrough: All Night Long

Rollins: East Broadway Run Down

Finlandia: Music of Grieg and Sibelius (RCA re-issue)

Mulligan/Baker Mosaic

Ah, Wolff!

Welcome back, how is it going?

Edited by porcy62

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Nat adderley - Work Song - Riverside, mono.

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Murray Lehrer/Dave Tarras - Freilachs for Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs and Other Celebrations, Vol. 2 (Request); Another of the great low-budget LPs Dave Tarras recorded in the 50's and 60's.

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