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"Golden Organ Favourites" - Lenny Dee- Decca

Now, I'm a HUGE Jimmy Smith aficianado, so I didn't have really high expectations for Dee, since I barely remembered him from when I was a kid.

Imagine my surprise when he majorly swung! Yes, indeedy [as they used to say].

This was recorded live and is really interesting. It isn't anything like what Smith does, of course, but I like it.

The track list is:

Side 1

April in Paris

Twilight Time

White Silver Sands

Mr Lucky [The TV theme]

The Happy Organ [which is the only one I remember hearing before]

Tico Tico

Side 2

Patricia, It's Patricia [heh heh]

The Jitterbug Waltz

Honky Tonk [bill Doggett's HUGE hit]

Tequila [remember the Champ's version? This is much better.]

You Can't Be True Dear

Plantation Boogie

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Jackie McLean 'Bluesnik' (BN 47W63d mono, DG side 2). Man, what a great session this is.. :tup

Followed by more Jackie -

'A Fickle Sonance' (BN NY USA stereo)

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Shit, thanks for reminding me - Fickle Sonance is the one Jackie BN LP I don't have... more nail-biting shall ensue.

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Yes, 'Fickle Sonance' is a beauty. Tommy Turrentine sounds just great on this session. Love the LP cover art too.

Currently spinning:

'Bill Russo in London' (UK Columbia Lansdowne, mono). With the London Jazz Orchestra, recorded 1962.

Clarke-Boland Big Band 'Handle With Care !' (French Bel-Air pressing. Probably way better than the US Atlantic).

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John Cameron 'Off Centre' (Deram, mono). With Harold McNair.

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Neil Ardley 'Le Dejeuner Sur L'Herbe' (UK Verve stereo)

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The Great Jazz Trio 'Direct From L.A.' (EastWind)

that's the Hank Jones/Ron Carter/Tony Williams unit

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Dodo Marmarosa- Chicago Sessions- Argo- 2 LP- trio and quartet date with Bill Hardman

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Just finished Shepp's "Pitchin' Can" (America). Now going to take it outside. No, I mean really, going to leave the house...

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Sonny Red - Sonny Red (Mainstream Records)

This is a pretty great record from the one time Blue Note saxophonist Sonny Red.

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Teddy Edwards & Howard McGhee - Together Again!!! (Contemporary)

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Count Ossie and the Mystic Revelation of Rastafari - Tales of Mozambique

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Billy Bauer 'Anthology' (Interplay)

The album has various tracks recorded by Bauer between 1959 and 1969.

Side 1 is a live trio date (with John Sherin on bass and Charles Kay on drums), side 2 has seven solo tracks!

Wish Bauer had recorded more albums under his name!

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Billy Bauer 'Anthology' (Interplay)

The album has various tracks recorded by Bauer between 1959 and 1969.

Side 1 is a live trio date (with John Sherin on bass and Charles Kay on drums), side 2 has seven solo tracks!

Wish Bauer had recorded more albums under his name!

Fine, fine record. I just checked the Cadence website to see if they still had copies available - thought others here might be interested - but they're sold out. :(

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Krupa and Rich - Clef Records

Personel:

Dizzy Gillespie

Roy Eldridge

Illinois Jacquet

Herb Ellis

Flip Phillips

Oscar Peterson

Ray Brown

Track List:

Side 1

Buddy's Blues

Bernie's Tune

Side 2

Gene's Blues

Sweethearts on Parade

I Never Knew

Edited by patricia

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Rolling Stones Some Girls

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This afternoon:

Fats Waller Memorial (French RCA box) - LP's 1&2

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Eddie Gale - Black Rhythm Happening (4 Men With Beards reissue)

Ornette - Live At Prince Street (Flying Dutchman)

Jackie McLean - New & Old Gospel (BN Liberty original)

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