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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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Lionel Hampton 'Le Fabuleux Lionel Hampton et ses Virtuoses' (Guilde du Jazz', fabulous session with Les Virtuoses Ray Copeland, Jimmy Cleveland, Lucky Thompson, Oscard Dennard, Oscar Pettiford, Gus Johnson.

Still waiting for Fresh Sound (or any willing label) to reissue the full session!

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Roswell Rudd 'Everywhere' - with Giuseppi Logan, Byard Lancaster, etc... -(Impulse orange label)

I just put this on.

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Yusef Lateef - Suite 16 (Atlantic, Broadway label)

Gat Babieri - Chapter one: Latin america (impulse!, black label - I'm not sure if this one is the original pressing?!)

Art Farmer - sing me softly of the blues (Atlantic JP)

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Francy Boland 'Going Classic', Vogue 2LP set

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John Benson Brooks 'Folk Jazz, U.S.A.' (Vik) Good enough to have been - but was not - part of the RCA Jazz Workshop series.

Players are Nick Travis, Zoot Sims on alto, Al Cohn on baritone, Barry Galbraith, Bobby Jones and Osie Johnson

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Don Ellis - At the Fillmore 2 lp Columbia

There was a PARTY going on here!!! :tup

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Budd Johnson & Phil Woods: The Ole Dude...(Uptown)

Howard McGhee: The Sharp Edge (Black Lion/Trio Japan)

Jazz At the Philharmonic: Trumpet Battle 1952 (Verve reissue 1983)

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Gerry Mulligan - Butterfly with hiccups (Limelight original - nice foldout gimmick cover)

Gerry Mulligan - Mainstream of jazz, Vol. 2 (EmArcy, this JP reissue from 1984 is already 21 years old!!!)

:excited:

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Gerry Mulligan - Butterfly with hiccups (Limelight original - nice foldout gimmick cover)

Gerry Mulligan - Mainstream of jazz, Vol. 2 (EmArcy, this JP reissue from 1984 is already 21 years old!!!)

:excited:

Second Story Books here in DC has (or "had" probably by now) one of Mulligan's Emarcy Lps, but it was not in great shape so I passed. Made me curious though.

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Father and Sons great Gospel anthology from SpiritFeel Records with sides by R.H. Harris and The Soul Stirrers, Archie Brownlee and the Original Five Blind Boys of Mississippi, Julius Cheeks and The Sensational Nightingales!

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Toshiko Akiyoshi-Finesse, with Monty Budwig and Jake Hanna.

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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.

Missed seeing this back when.

Chuck, do you still play the 78's? I don't have a 78 rpm turntable, but a friend of mine who does have one and has some 78's says that the sound of those old recordings puts LPs to shame. It must be something to hear the Port of Harlem sides as they were meant to be heard.

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Jackie McLean w/ The Great Jazz Trio - New wine in old bottles (East Wind)

Roscoe Mitchell - L-R-G ... (2LP, Nessa)

Gene Ammons/Sonny Stitt - We'll be together again (Prestige, blue label)

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The Complete Atlantic Recordings of Lennie Tristano, Lee Konitz & Warne Marsh (10 Q-LPs) Mosaic Records

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Sven-Ake Johansson "Schlingerland" (SAJ) ... just nabbed this and it's far better and different than expected. Tom-echo sound art? Wild.

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'The Fabulous Fats Navarro Vol 2' - BN Lexington label DG pressing

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Donald Byrd 'Byrd In Flight' BN 47W63rd mono DG pressing. Superb fidelity on this one. Can also never understand why DB's fine Blue Notes get slagged off by the critics !

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Helen Merrill - The Complete Mercury Recordings, record 3.

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Lester Young: The Alladin Sessions disc 2

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Chu Berry- And his Stompin Stevedores- Philips

George Lewis - Concert- deep groove 43w etc- great sound for 1943

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Can also never understand why DB's fine Blue Notes get slagged off by the critics !

Maybe because they weren't up to the standards set by his Transition and Brunswick dates? ;)

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Shelly Manne and his Men 1960 'West Coast Jazz in England' (Jazz Groove) with Joe Gordon, Richie Kamuca, Russ Freeman, Monte Budwig

next:

Max Roach Quartet 'In the Light' (Soul Note) with Cecil Bridgewater, Odean Pope, Calvin Hill

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Just received my latest ebay's items from A. Pearson's auctions:

B. EVANS Conversations with myself VERVE mono

A. SHEPP/ B. DIXON quartet on SAVOY mono

A. SHEPP Mama to tight IMPULSE! WL promo, mono

A. SHEPP The way Ahead ABC IMPULSE! stereo

A. BLAKEY Mosaic BN NY stereo

These are the today's listening, I have some other records spare for tomorow

;)

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Kenny Dorham 'Trompeta Toccata' (BN mono)

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