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Kenny Wheeler 'Song For Someone' (Incus)

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feeeeep freeeeppp feee-feebleeebleep bloppbrôôt peng kleng!

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Two interesting picks Couw.

I'm listening to Richard Williams New Horn In Town Dynamite album from a horn player who should get more recognition. This one's a Barnaby re-issue from 1977 and sounds great.

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Just picked up a stereo copy of Jimmy Smith's I'm Movin' On. Nice litte session!

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Andrew Hill; Compulsion (UA pressing)

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Andrew Hill; One For One (the Hubbard/Henderson sides). One of those weird auto couples doubles.

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I'll give the 'One For One' vinyl a spin a bit later. Getting impatient - my Andrew Hill 'Select' is still in the mail.. B-)

Currently playing McCoy Tyner 'Tender Moments'. BN Liberty original.

To be followed by Dizzy Reece 'Star Bright' (Classic Records Reissue) and 'Progress Report' (Jasmine Reissue of some old Tempo sessions).

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Woody Shaw - Night music

and there is still a batch of brand new ECMs waiting (mostly recordings from the 70's and early 80's), that I got from JPC.de for 10 Euro each.

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Bobby Hutcherson 'Inner Glow' King Blue Note Japan-only release. Session from 1975 with Harold Land, Oscar Brashear and Thurman Green. Very much in the style of 'Cirrus' :tup

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and there is still a batch of brand new ECMs waiting (mostly recordings from the 70's and early 80's), that I got from JPC.de for 10 Euro each.

Nice...

I've heard good things about those German ECMs...I've got one Keith Jarrett (I forget which) and recall being quite pleased with the sound. :tup!

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Isaac Hayes: Hot Buttered Soul (Mobile Fidelity reissue)

Ella and Louis Again (Mobile Fidelity 2LP reissue)

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Andrew Hill night: Judgement, Smokestack, Compulsion!!!. All nice MONOs :tup:D

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Manne/Mitchell/Previn - Bells are ringing

Lennie Niehaus Octet - Zounds!

Both Centemporary mono Originals!

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John Lewis P.O.V- Columbia

Art Hodes- The Funky Piano of.... BN Liberty

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Horace Silver Quintet - Silver's Serenade (NY mono)

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I was just playing his Song For My Father vinyl, two hours ago.

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Verve 70s two-fer Coleman Hawkins and Ben Webster, then Hawk In Flight (1941 and 46 sessions with various bands).

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"Conquistador" - Maynard Ferguson [the 1977 incarnation of his band], with Randy Purcell on trombone and a track, "Mister Mellow" with George Benson guesting on guitar.

Of course it has the theme from "Rocky" on it.

But, the title track is my favourite.

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Pepper Adams 'Pure Pepper', very nice 80s Savoy Reissue.

To be followed up by some Al Haigs. The 'Estoteric' session, titled in the UK 'Jazz Will O The Wisp' on Transatlantic and two of the mid-70s Spotlites - 'Invitation' and 'Solitaire'.

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Peter Ind had a nice label in the 60ies/70ies called Wave Records.

He released among others some Warne Marsh material recorded in 1959/60: Jazz from the East Village (LP10) and Warne Marsh (LP6)

Great stuff! Recommended! :wub:

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The Meters: Zony Mash (Sundazed)

Laura Cantrell: When The Roses Bloom Again (Sundazed)

Brian Wilson: Smile

The Butterfield Blues Band: My Own Dream (Sundazed)

Dylan: John Wesley Harding (Sundazed)

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Manfred Schoof - Horizons (JAPO 1979)

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Easter Monday afternoon. Wife at work, sons out on their bikes visiting their pals. Just me and three cats at home alternately reading Serge and surfing the net. Kenny Burrell at the Five Spot Cafe on the turntable.

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Peter Ind had a nice label in the 60ies/70ies called Wave Records.

He released among others some Warne Marsh material recorded in 1959/60: Jazz from the East Village (LP10) and Warne Marsh (LP6)

Great stuff! Recommended!  :wub:

Wave still exists, though Peter Ind now issues CDs rather than LPs.

Both Warne Marsh recordings are still in the Wave catalogue, along with a Warne Marsh/Lee Konitz recording from 1976.

Peter Ind also has issued additional takes from The Real Lee Konitz (Atlantic) sessions, recorded by Ind in Pittsburgh in 1957 - Lee Konitz in Jazz from the Nineteen Fifties.

He's also issued a CD of bass duets - himself and Rufus Reid - that I've enjoyed listening to.

I know that Cadence carries Wave CDs.

I highly recommend both Marsh solo CDs and the Konitz - Jazz from the 1950's.

Apologies for sticking a CD response in the Vinyl Thread, but I thought it was important for folks to know about the music. I do believe that music is more important than format. Hope that I'm forgiven on both counts.

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