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Stan Levey 'Grand Stan' (UK London DG mono)

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Guy Lafitte et André Persiany 'Jouent les Classiques du Jazz" (Club National du Disque)

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Summer Night

Ove Lind Combos (Lind, Bengt Hallberg, Lars Erstrand, Staffan Broms, Arne Wilhelmsson, Egil Johansen) rec. 1975/76

Phontastic PHON 3

Edited by Big Beat Steve

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Nat King Cole - After Midnight - Capitol (rainbow, mono)

This is a Euro reissue also containing the 5 bonus tracks. Never knew these made it to vinyl.

This is by far my favorite post-trio era Nat Cole album.

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Earl Hooker - Sweet Black Angel (Blue Thumb)

That was the first Earl Hooker I ever heard. I soon found out that there was better stuff out there, but that was the one that started me on a lifelong love affair with his music.

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Earl Hooker - Sweet Black Angel (Blue Thumb)

That was the first Earl Hooker I ever heard. I soon found out that there was better stuff out there, but that was the one that started me on a lifelong love affair with his music.

Yeah, musically it's good rather than great. The under-ten-bucks sealed copy I just picked up seems to be something of a find from a collecting standpoint, though. Based on the little bit of poking around the web I've done, it looks like this one usually goes for some money. I had no idea when I bought it.

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A cold night.

Fondue for dinner.

What else can I play but something on MPS?

Singers Unlimited - A Capella 1

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Cannonball Adderley - In The Land Of Hi-Fi - Mercury, late german pressing.

I never liked this one, too polite for my taste. I still stand.

Now spinnin':

Gene Ammons - Brother Jug - Prestige.

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Paul Winter Sextet--New Jazz On Campus (Columbia mono two eyes)

Milt Buckner Trio In Europe 1966 (Prestige, blue label, MPS reissue)

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Jam Session Record No. 103 'Jazz Superstars'

The March 24, 1952 jam at Trade Winds with Wardell Gray, Sonny Criss, Dave Pell, Chet Baker among the participants

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Amancio D'Silva 'Reflections' (UK Columbia, stereo)

Nice :) The new pre-amp is settling down.

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I recall you getting that one pretty cheaply - the LP, not the pre-amp. Still holding out hope that Hum Dono will get proper treatment someday... that is an incredible record.

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I recall you getting that one pretty cheaply - the LP, not the pre-amp. Still holding out hope that Hum Dono will get proper treatment someday... that is an incredible record.

Yeah, the 'Reflections' didn't sting me too bad. It might well be as rare as 'Hum Dono' - although as it's an 'MOR' type record it tends not to be so sought after. Certainly not one I ever see on offer. Too bad that Amancio didn't get a bit more deserved recognition from the locals here in his lifetime. A not untypical story, sadly.

Maybe we can hope that either BGO or Dutton do the CD of 'Hum Dono'. If ever a re-issue is overdue this one is.

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Or a SAWANO style LP reissue...

Oh yes, definitely. Now if only they would reissue the entire Lansdowne* series in this form (picks self off floor and takes medication to calm down.. :D )

* Except the Wout Stenhuis LPs

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Earl Hooker - Sweet Black Angel (Blue Thumb)

That was the first Earl Hooker I ever heard. I soon found out that there was better stuff out there, but that was the one that started me on a lifelong love affair with his music.

Yeah, musically it's good rather than great. The under-ten-bucks sealed copy I just picked up seems to be something of a find from a collecting standpoint, though. Based on the little bit of poking around the web I've done, it looks like this one usually goes for some money. I had no idea when I bought it.

Earl Hooker was great, and that is a great find. My favorite work from him is Hooker and Steve on Arhoolie, and I think they still have some sealed Hooker LPs for sale on their website. He is one of my favorites.

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The Hourglass - Power of Love from The Hourglass 1967-1969 two-fer reissue (UA). This was the second album by Duane and Gregg Allman's band; the first Hourglass album is really terrible, but this one isn't bad. It's dated in spots, but also has some really nice moments.

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Lars Gullin - Fine Together (Sonet). A 2-LP covering 1956-1958, with one 1951 session thrown in.

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Oliver Lake and Julius Hemphill, "Buster Bee" (Sackville)

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Benny Golson 'Blues On Down' (Milestone 2LP)

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Milt Jackson 'Bags and Flutes' (Atlantic, mono, black label)

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Mal Waldron - Blues For Lady Day (Arista)

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