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(The Original) Sonny Boy Williamson - King Biscuit Time (Arhoolie)

Raw!

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(The Original) Sonny Boy Williamson - King Biscuit Time (Arhoolie)

Raw!

And Great!

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Geo. Shearing with Nancy Wilson-The Swingin's Mutual.

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3 Sounds: Hey There! (Blue Note original stereo)

Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers: Buhaina's Delight (Blue Note original mono)

Frank Wess: I Hear Ya Talkin' (Savoy Jazz)

Mal Waldron Trio: Impressions (OJC/New Jazz)

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Mal Waldron Trio:  Impressions (OJC/New Jazz)

A true classic... though I never understood why they broke up the suite on Side 1, throwing section two onto Side 2 and all.

Edited by clifford_thornton

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J.R. Monterose Duo with Tommy Flanagan '... And a Little Pleasure' (Uptown)

next:

Idris Muhammad 'Kabsha' (Theresa) with George Coleman and Pharoah Sanders!

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Richie Kamuca- Richie - Concord - wonderful session

Jaki Byard- Sunshine of my soul- Prestige ( recent purchase from Mosaic on 150gm vinyl) weight of vinyl seems ordinary but pressing in this series are very quiet- recording quality of this particular session is a little muddy.

Zoot Sims - Plays George Handy- MFP Mono-( 1958?) Zoot multi-tracks with wonderful John williams in support. Music not quite as wacky as you'd expect from hearing Boyd Raeburns versions of this material

Edited by Clunky

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WARNE MARSH: NE PLUS ULTRA (REVELATION)

WARNE MARSH: THE ART OF IMPROVISING (REVELATION)

WARNE MARSH: ALL MUSIC (NESSA)

NOAH HOWARD GROUP: BERLIN CONCERT (FMP)

JOACHIM KÜHN: QUARTET (GERRY BROWN/ DETLEV BEIER/ CHRISTOF LAUER) (ALISO RECORDS)

PETER KOWALD (BASS): OPEN SECRETS (FMP)

JOHN HANDY: RECORDED LIVE AT THE MONTEREY JAZZ FESTIVAL (COLUMBIA)

Edited by P.L.M

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... hopefully tonight (after a stressy house move and since 5 days without music):

duke pearson "tender feelings", blue note orig mono vinyl

:rolleyes:

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The Complete Recordings of the Port of Harlem Jazzmen (Mosaic)

I have all the 78s and the cd so I dumped the Mosaic. ^_^

I really love these dates.

Edited by Chuck Nessa

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Al Cohn- No Problem- Xanadu

Martial Solal- Suite for trio- MPS (Spain)

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from the local oXFAM

Andre Previn-West side story- Contemporary (UK) Mono

Thelonious Monk - Townhall Concert- Riverside (Interdisc UK Mono original)

Johnny Dankworth- What the Dickens Fontana (stereo) - who's who of UK jazz from 1963 have a moment or two in the spotlight, good stuff

not bad for £12 all in , especially as they're all in immaculate condition

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Oxfam is well worth a look. Apparently they now have rare LP auction lists, thanks to the various donations from the punters.

Currently spinning Sam Rivers 'Contours' BN NY USA and also the corresponding LP (LP 3) on the Mosaic set for these tracks. Interesting comparisson ! Before that it was Carmen McRae/Clarke-Boland 'November Girl' on Black Lion.

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Now John Williams Trio Emarcy 10" LP,

highly enjoyable despite torque problem? on the inner grooves ( last track on each side) in which the tuning of the piano sonds decidely off the mark.

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Johnny Coles 'Little Johnny C' (BN NY USA mono, deep groove side 1).

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Joe Williams-A Man Ain't Supposed to Cry

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Jean-Philippe Blin Trio (feat. Francois Mechali on bass)... nicely melodic piano trio on Futura, sounds a little like that Steve Kuhn on BYG. Doesn't hurt that there's a naked chick on the cover, either...

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Al Cohn/Bill Perkins/Richie Kamuca The Brothers!' (RCA)

next:

The Art Farmer Quartet featuring Jim Hall 'Live at the Half-Note' (Atlantic, mono)

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Having just finished reading "DIZZY: The Life & Times of Dizzy Gillespie" by Donald Maggin, I've been playing quite a few sides, mostly on CD, to reinforce aurally what the author has been stating. Anyway, this prize recording is one I have on LP only. It's the "Reunion Band" that performed and recorded in '68, and it's a real cooker with an especially fabulous version of Diz's groundbreaking "Things to Come".

dizzyreunion.jpg

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Richard Landry - Fifteen Saxophones (Wergo) a fantasia for overdubbed and tape-delayed freeish tenor playing from a member of Steve Reich's and Philip Glass's ensembles.

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Sinatra and Jobim (Reprise/Rhino reissue) :tup:tup

Joss Stone (Soul Sessions) UK vinyl

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Lou Donaldson 'The Natural Soul' (BN NY USA mono)

Horace Silver 'The Stylings of Silver' (47W63rd DG mono)

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Ben Webster 'Autumn Leaves' (Futura) with the Georges Arvanitas Trio

Eric Watson 'Your Tonight Is My Tomorrow' (Owl) with Steve Lacy, Jean-Paul Celea, Aaron Scott

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