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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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Warne Marsh/Red Mitchell - Hot House (Storyville)

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Some vinyls I have played over the weekend:

- Jutta Hipp Quintet 1954 'Cool Dogs & Two Oranges' (L+R Records)

- Tete Montoliu Al Palau Edigsa, discs 1 & 2

- Albert Ayler 'The First Recordings, vol. 2' (DIW)

- James P. Johnson 'Ain'tcha Got Music' (Pumpkin)

- Stanley Turrentine 'Up at Minton's', vol. 1 (BN 63rd St.)

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Yes, I'll second that !

Louis Stewart 'Out on His Own'. Solo guitar recital on the Irish Livia label from 1977. In mint, a bargain at £5 from one of our Northern English outlets.. B-)

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Jimmy Witherspoon: Who's Been Jivin' You (Ace)

Riffin' with the Griffin Brothers (Ace)

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

Correct! WAVE

But not every record he published is re-released on CD. Therefore you need a turntable. ;)

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.

Welcome. :P

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Mary Lou Williams & Cecil Taylor 'Embraced' 2LP set on Pablo. Another great Northern find !

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George Wallington and his Strings ' Variations' (Verve, red label)

next:

Mal Waldron Quintet 'The Git Go - Live at the Village Vanguard' (Soul Note)

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Charles Tyler

- Voyage from Jericho (Ak-Ba Records)

- Saga of the Outlaws (Nessa)

Edited by brownie

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ERIC DOLPHY FAR CRY Prestige stereo (Bellaphon German Pressing).

Just found it at my local store for ten euros. I haven't the original NJ pressing, but those germans were great in this case! Any opinion about Bellaphon?

Edited by porcy62

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DON CHERRY ED BLACKWELL EL CORAZON ECM

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Right now at work I can only spin MP3s, but yesterday evening I listened to another batch of ECMs I recently got

- Eberhard Weber - The Colours of Chloe

- Manfred Schoof - Lifelines (JAPO)

- Terje Rypdal - Descendre

- Dave Holland - Conference of the birds

Edited by Claude

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Martial Solal Trio (Guy Pedersen, Daniel Humair) 'Concert A Gaveau, vol. 2' (Columbia France)

next:

Kenny Clarke 'Jazz A Confronto' (Horo) with Cicci Santucci on trumpet, Enzo Scoppa on tenor, Enrico Pieranunzi on piano and Roberto Della Grotta on bass.

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Leroy Jenkins' Sting: Urban Blues, live date from 1984 at Sweet Basil, NYC.

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Mosaic Grant Green/Sonny Clark - 1st LP

Lee Morgan - Search For The New Land - (NY address stereo)

Horace Silver - Silver's Blue (Epic 180g reissue)

Neil Young - On The Beach (side two)

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Last night:

Donald Byrd 'Mustang' (NY USA mono)

Art Blakey 'Indestructible' (NY USA mono)

Currently on the dark side playing the first disk of the Hill Select.. :P

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Having recently received a CD copy of Stanley Cowell's BRILLIANT CIRCLES (Black Lion), I was very disappointed in that the infrequently recorded tenor saxophonist Tyrone Washington sounded like he was playing in a closet a couple of studios away. So I took out my LP copy (Freedom Polydor) and heard it the way it should sound. :tup

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New vinyls the last couple days...

Hank Mobley-Soul Station-Classic 200gm. Not bad at all... :D

AEC-Fanfare for the Warriors-4 Men w/ Beards 180gm... That second to the last track on side 2 is a friggin' mind blower!!! :tup :tup

Stanley Turrentine-Common Touch-BN Rare Grooves reissue- Ron McMastered...sounds good! :tup

John Jenkins, Cliff Jordan & Bobby Timmons-New Jazz/OJC reissue; sounds good as well! :tup

Freddie Hubbard-Open Sesame-Classic 180gm. Awesome! Totally Awesome! :tup

Used but MINT vinyl:

Keith Jarrett-Birth- on Atlantic. Nice... B-)

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Shit...life is good!

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Also used, but near mint:

Osibisa - WOYAYA - a nice German pressing in beautiful shape. There is quite a bit of surface noise in between songs, but once the music starts it completely disappears! And the sound! Oh man, what sound! Incredible presence, and the tonality is just perfect. It's really wowing me...

Have you guys ever discussed these guys before? Cuz they're a new discovery for me... :) B-)

Edited by Parkertown

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Old vinyls:

Hank Jones 'This Is Ragtime Now!' (ABC-Paramount) with Milt Hinton and Osie Johnson

next:

The Shirley Scott Trio (Moodsville)

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I'm spinning Ronnie Matthews' "Legacy" (Bee Hive) now. Man, I wish Jim Neumann would put this stuff back out. Nice jam by all.

I still haven't found a copy opf Sal Nistico's Bee Hive date.

Kevin

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I still haven't found a copy opf Sal Nistico's Bee Hive date.

Kevin

HERE

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