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SONNY ROLLINS - NOW'S THE TIME - RCA stereo

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Bing Crosby w/ Peggy Lee, Jack Benny, Gary Cooper (Black Lion)

Radio broadcast rec. March & October 1947

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Scott Hamilton and Buddy Tate, Back to Back.

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Kiss- Music From the Elder

King Crimson- Beat

Living Colour- Time's Up (Digging Vernon's Jazzy runs on "Under Cover of Darkness!!!!!!)

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Braxton Five Pieces 1975 - Arista.

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Three For All Phil Woods, Tommy Flanagan and Red Mitchell . 1981 date on Enja Records

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Led by Hans Koller and including Ronnie Ross, Herb Geller, Toots Thielemans, Friedrich Gulda, Rolf Ericson and many more. 1962 - Germany.

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Now playing:

Mal Waldron - Jackie McLean 'Like Old Times' (JVC Japan)

next:

Charles Mingus 'Let My Children Hear Music' (CBS Holland)

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CANNONBALL ADDERLEY - INTRODUCING - EMARCY

Whoops NAT ADDERLEY

Edited by porcy62

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I suppose I should have posted this on the "Great Finds" thread, but I have been listening to it, so.......... :D

The find is "Hear Them Again" and it is a collection of fifty years of music, stretching from the early forties, mostly vocals, but the bands are the unheralded "extra".

Now, although the collection also includes country, it's mostly vocalists backed by great big bands and wonderful orchestras.

The collection is ten pristine records, boxed, with the two original booklets, un-dogeared. TEN DOLLARS!!

I am listening, as I type, to "The Unforgettable Blues" record now, which includes "Blues in the Night" by Dinah Shore, "I Cover The Waterfront" by Shaw, "Stormy Weather" by Eckstine, "Solitude" by Ellington, "St Louis Blues" by Lena Horne and "Limehouse Blues" by Gould.

The rest of the collection is eclectic, but it includes Armstrong, Pearl Bailey, Jack Teagarden, Billie Holiday, Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald, Sinatra, movin' up to Belefonte, Eddie Fisher and all the singers and bands from the fifties.

I've also been listening to three albums by Maynard Ferguson, "M.F. Horn Two", "Live At Jimmy's - M.F. 4+5" and "Chameleon" and love them.

That is not to mention a couple of new-to-me Jazztones, "Wild Bill Davison" and "Pee Wee Erwin".

As my apartment gets dangerously close to being condemned by the Health Department and my laundry continues to rise like bread dough, I, of course, listen to music. :lol:

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Jay Berliner- Bananas Are Not Created Equal

Grant Green- Street of Dreams

Roy Haynes- Senyah

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Getting into my newly arrived Complete CBS Buck Clayton Jam Sessions by Mosaic Records.

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Earl Hines "Quintessential Recording Session".

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Mosaic 'Complete Basie Roulette Live' set.

Don Ellis 'New Ideas' (New Jazz)

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Eddie Louiss (with John Surman, NHP and Daniel Humair) 'Our Kind of Sabi' (MPS)

next:

Chuck Wayne 'Morning Mist' (Prestige blue label)

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A bit from the Art Pepper Mosaic.

Some from the Buck Clayton Mosaic. A 28 minute jam. :D

Hank Mobley: Hank(BN/Classic)

John Jenkins and Kenny Burrell(BN/Classic)

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Joy of joys ,I picked up my first BN original ( of sort )vinyl

Sidney Bechet Vol 1 , 12" LP with 47W63rd on the label,

sounds significantly better than the EMI France CD of the same material ( mid 90s)

my question is what is "Deep groove" that I've seen mentioned re BN Lps??

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There should be a ringed indentation on the label. Usually both sides for these 47W63rd pressings. Glad you enjoy the sound and yes - they are significantly better.

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Elvin Jones 'Midnight Walk' (Atlantic) with Thad Jones, Hank Mobley, Dollar Brand...

next:

Sonny Murray (Shandar) with Ambrose Jackson, Kenneth Terroade...

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I'm visiting my parents - no turntable!

:o

But they got a computer? That's a real couple of senior citizens in with the times! :tup

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Dick Grove Orchestra 'Little Bird Suite' (Pacific Jazz). Not unlike the Gerald Wilson big band recordings of the early 60s but with a Gil Evans influence too.

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Buddy Tate & Milt Buckner- Midnight Slows- Black and Blue, Tate plays mellow whilst Milts makes cheese. I gather there are another 6 volumes in the series, one's more than enough

Red Mitchell- Bethlehem- (1980s French issues)- that's more like it

Julian Adderley- In the land of HiFi- EmArcy (Sweden) 45rpm E.P.

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