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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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Chico Hamilton and the Players (Blue Note). A pretty good, not great, 1976 album. Arthur Blythe and Rodney Jones are the main soloists. And Steve Turre is a pretty damn good bass player.

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After Chico:

Chick Corea/Miroslav Vitous/Roy Haynes - Trio Music (ECM). Disc 2 - the Monk stuff.

Mighty Sparrow - Calypso Carnival (Id). Nice soca/calypso from a 1968 Trinidadian album.

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The Byron Allen Trio (ESP)

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Rahsaan Roland Kirk - Natural Black Inventions: Black Strata (Atlantic)

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The Individualism of Gil Evans (Verve, mono)

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UA blue label

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The Individualism of Gil Evans (Verve, mono)

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:tup

The cd reissue has some very good rejected tracks.

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The cd reissue has some very good rejected tracks.

Indeed but I wanted to hear the album in its glorious mono version! :cool:

Now listening to:

Clifford Jordan 'Bearcat' (Jazzland, OJC reissue)

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The cd reissue has some very good rejected tracks.

Indeed but I wanted to hear the album in its glorious mono version! :cool:

I've got a UK double album reissue somewhere which has the extra tracks of the CD.

Must dig it out ! (only stereo though :rsmile: )

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Luis Russell and His Louisiana Swing Orchestra (Columbia). Disc one - prompted by something I heard recently.

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Shirley Scott 'Travelin' Light' (Prestige, mono, dark blue label)

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Eddie Costa and Art Farmer--In Their Own Sweet Way (Premiere). I thought this might be a budget label, but this proved to be a virtually unplayed copy on heavy vinyl, with a bit of surface noise but actually beautiful sound.

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Alec Wilder - Octet & Frank Sinatra Conducts the Music of Alec Wilder - Columbia (green label masterworks).

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Edwin Starr - Hell up in Harlem OST - Motown

John Barry - The Knack and How to Get It OST - UA (black label, mono)

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V.A. - Chicago And All That Jazz! (Verve)

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For a warm, sunny afternoon in Austin:

Archie Shepp - Attica Blues

Archie Shepp - Mama Too Tight

Archie Shepp - The Magic of Ju-Ju

all original stereo Impulses.

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Roland Kirk - The Inflated Tear (Rhino reissue)

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Original Dixieland Jazz Band - The London Recordings (World/EMI). I can only listen to the ODJB in small quantities - they were limited and very repetitious. But they're also a lot of fun in small doses.

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Max Roach--Percussion Bitter Sweet (Impulse, red and black)

Jimmy Smith--Plain Talk (Blue Note, Liberty blue and white, German pressing)

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