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Joe Morris/Nate Wooley/Ben Hall/Hans Buetow - Cloud Atlas Quartet - (Broken Research)

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Gary Burton Quintet - Dreams so Real: Music of Carla Bley (ECM). The band is Metheny and Mick Goodrick, Swallow, and Bob Moses. Hot Ptah and I both saw the Gary Burton Quartet (in different cities) right around this time. That was a long time ago, but I'm more convinced than ever that Metheny, Swallow and Moses were the other members of the Quartet at their Atlanta concert. Hot Ptah leans toward Goodrick as the guitarist at his show.

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Johnny Hartman 'I Just Dropped By to Say Hello' (Impulse, mono)

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Gary Burton Quintet - Dreams so Real: Music of Carla Bley (ECM). The band is Metheny and Mick Goodrick, Swallow, and Bob Moses. Hot Ptah and I both saw the Gary Burton Quartet (in different cities) right around this time. That was a long time ago, but I'm more convinced than ever that Metheny, Swallow and Moses were the other members of the Quartet at their Atlanta concert. Hot Ptah leans toward Goodrick as the guitarist at his show.

Like that one a lot. would've liked to see that band whichever the guitarist...

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Johnny Hartman 'I Just Dropped By to Say Hello' (Impulse, mono)

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Things are back to normal. I can check out brownie's daily vinyl listening. :)

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Johnny Hartman 'I Just Dropped By to Say Hello' (Impulse, mono)

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Things are back to normal. I can check out brownie's daily vinyl listening. :)

Things have been very normal around here. Back home after a few weeks in lovely southern France, away from my records (and from O.), and back in business now :w

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Richard Beirach - Eon [ECM]

great Nardis

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Fred McDowell (Arhoolie)

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Gil Evans - Live at the Royal Festival Hall London 1978 (Japanese RCA)

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William Hooker & Thomas Chapin - Crossing Points - (No Business)

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Big Miller 'Did You Ever Hear the Blues?' (UA, mono)

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I was spinning the latest Mosaic box last night, "Stan Getz:The 1953-54 Norgran Studio Sessions", and I was wondering if anyone else has it yet? I ask because track 5 of record 1, side 2, "The Nearness Of You", has a buzzing sound about 20 seconds from the end. It's not a visible vinyl defect and the booklet makes no mention of it.

Kevin

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Joseph Spence: Good Morning Mr. Walker (Arhoolie)

Nice. Got that one buried somewhere - must dig it out again. I like the Folkways "Bahamanian Guitar" LP too.

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Big Miller 'Did You Ever Hear the Blues?' (UA, mono)

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Long term resident of Edmonton, Alberta. A mythical figure up there - Not many people know that ! :D

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Stan Getz at Large (Verve stereo), sides 3 & 4.

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Bad Luck n' Trouble (Arhoolie)

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Pat Martino 'El Hombre' (OJC) Signed by Pat along the front cover fretboard.

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Mel Powell 'Out on a Limb' (Vanguard, mono)

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Helen Merrill/Dick Katz - A Shade of Difference (Milestone). I had forgotten how good this album is - one of the most imaginative jazz vocal albums ever. And there are two Alec Wilder songs! (Many folks here know of my enthusiasm for Wilder's music.)

One selection does remind me of one of my favorite musicians' jokes:

Q: How many girl singers does it take to sing "My Funny Valentine?"

A: Apparently all of them.

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Jimmy Giuffre 'Free Fall' Columbia, mono)

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Helen Merrill/Dick Katz - A Shade of Difference (Milestone). I had forgotten how good this album is - one of the most imaginative jazz vocal albums ever. And there are two Alec Wilder songs! (Many folks here know of my enthusiasm for Wilder's music.)

One selection does remind me of one of my favorite musicians' jokes:

Q: How many girl singers does it take to sing "My Funny Valentine?"

A: Apparently all of them.

I'd like to get that LP at some point. It sounds/looks interesting.

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