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Keith Jarret - El Juicio (Atlantic). Maybe my favorite early Jarrett album - recorded at the Birth/Mourning of a Star sessions, but not released until 1975.

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Jack Sheldon 'Jack's Groove' (GNP, mono)

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edit to add: I have had this since it was first issued but had not listened for over 20 years. It was engineered by Malcolm Addey in the Vanguard studio in August of 1984. This is probably the worst representation of Clifford's sound I have ever heard. What a shame.

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edit to add: I have had this since it was first issued but had not listened for over 20 years. It was engineered by Malcolm Addey in the Vanguard studio in August of 1984. This is probably the worst representation of Clifford's sound I have ever heard. What a shame.

Had this record, never liked it much, and sold/traded it years ago. Don't remember the sound specifically, but it never clicked for me.

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Johnny Hodges - Rippin' & Runnin' (Verve). This may be my favorite of the many albums Rabbit did for Verve in the 1960's. The rhythm section is pretty unusual for a Hodges date - Billy Gardner, Jimmy Ponder, Ron Carter and Freddie Waits.

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The Pepper-Knepper Quintet 'With Pepper Adams and Jimmy Knepper' (MetroJazz/MGM Japan)

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Jimmy Forrest--Soul Street (Prestige, New Jazz Mono, purple label)

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Lots of Bernard Herrmann, partly in preparation for the Herrmann Centennial radio show I'm hosting on Step Outside, June 29, at www.wmnf.org

The Fantasy Film World of...(London Phase 4)

The Mysterious Film World of...(London Phase 4)

Music from the Great Movie Thrillers (London Phase 4)

Sisters (Entr'acte)

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Johnny Glasel- Jazz Session ( featuring Dick Garcia) ABC Paramount, decent if rather brief bopish date from the obscure ( at least to me) Glasel, Nice version of Ruby My Dear, recorded well before doing Monk versions was hip. Worth hearing.

The Pepper-Knepper Quintet 'With Pepper Adams and Jimmy Knepper' (MetroJazz/MGM Japan)

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I got this edition a few weeks ago. It's a great date.

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Milt Jackson, Opus de Jazz (Savoy)

Dave Brubeck and Jay and Kay Live at Newport (Columbia six eyes)

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Phil Upchurch - Upchurch (Cadet reissue)

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Dave Alexander - The Rattler (Arhoolie)

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Thelonious Monk - Criss Cross (Columbia)

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Sun Ra 'Other Planes of There' (Saturn, orange label)

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Bennie Maupin - The jewel in the lotus [ECM/Polydor]

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Gunter Hampel - the 8th of July 1969 [Flying Dutchman}

my first listen and I'm mightily impressed

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Bernard Herrmann - Torn Curtain - WB (70s label, stereo)

Elmer Bernstein conducting the Herrmann's rejected score for the Hitchcock film.

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Sun Ra 'Other Planes of There' (Saturn, orange label)

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My old copy had a gold cover with black. Don't remember the label color.

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- AMALGAM: PRAYER FOR PEACE (NoBusiness Records)

- NATE WOOLEY: TRUMPET/ AMPLIFIER (Smeraldina Rima 11)

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Sun Ra 'Other Planes of There' (Saturn, orange label)

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My old copy had a gold cover with black. Don't remember the label color.

This was directly purchased from Sun Ra back in 1967.

Cover is metallic silver colored and still has its original gloss!

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Gene Ammons 'Late Hour special' (Prestige, mono blue label, stereo audio)

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