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

Pretty good??

Ellington: Piano In The Foreground (Columbia/Classic Records)

Ella: Cole Porter Songbook... Nice reissue from the 70's.

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The '4 Men With Beards' Black Rhythmn Happening is a good one. Nice remastering and much improved sleeve with great notes (by Eddie) and gatefold cover. :tup

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Booker Ervin 'Groovin' High' (Prestige mono) with Carmell Jones, Gildo Mahones, etc...

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The '4 Men With Beards' Black Rhythmn Happening is a good one. Nice remastering and much improved sleeve with great notes (by Eddie) and gatefold cover.  :tup

I'm a big fan of Ghetto Music but never really got around to the second LP. I remember the songs being a lot shorter and more radio-friendly, like a bizarro Duke Pearson record from the same period.

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Richard and Mimi Farina "Celebrations for a Grey Day" (Vanguard)

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Booker Ervin 'Groovin' High' (Prestige mono) with Carmell Jones, Gildo Mahones, etc...

I like Booker Ervin on Prestige. Exultation! is another great session! :tup

The complete Booker Ervin Prestige sessions - would be a great Mosaic (see Fantasy/Mosaic thread!)!

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All those Book albums are splendid. OK he may be a one solo musician but that's one solo I never get tired of listening to...

Now spinning:

Helen Merrill 'Music Makers' (Owl) with Gordon Beck, Stephane Grappelli, Steve Lacy

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Dakota Staton - Dakota 2 lp set from Groove Merchant

BTW, for those who are looking for OJC vinyl, it appears -- according to the Acoustic Sounds website -- that there is a heap of $10 reissues coming out at the end of this month. I have no idea as to the quality of the sound, but looks like Concord isn't abandoning the vinyl format.

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At last scored a listeneable vinyl copy of this rare item:

Edited by mikeweil

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Horace Silver - Live 1964

Released on the Emerald label. It's a great live date w/ Joe Henderson, Carmell Jones, Teddy Smith, and Roger Humphries. :tup:tup:tup

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Hal McKusick Quintet (Coral) featuring Art Farmer, Eddie Costa, Milt Hinton, Gus Johnson

Always wondered why Barry Galbraith did not play on that session. It would have been even better!

McKusick and Galbraith went even better than Desmond and Jim Hall!

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Harry Edison - Sweets (Japanese reissue)

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Sunny Murray - Big Chief (Pathe) pretty heavy 'swing unit' session from '69, with Tusques, Vitet, Guerin, Terroade, Silva et al.

moving on to a CD now...

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Zoot Sims 'Zoot at Ease' (Famous Door, Japan) with Hank Jones, Milt Hinton and Louis Bellson (alternating with Grady Tate)

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The Horace Silver Quintet plus J.J. Johnson: The Cape Verdean Blues

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Jimmy Raney - THE MASTER (Criss Cross)

Miles Davis/Gil Evans - COMPLETE COLUMBIA STUDIO RECORDINGS (Mosaic) LP 1

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The Horace Silver Quintet plus J.J. Johnson:  The Cape Verdean Blues

That's my favorite Silver album. I LOVE that title track.

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Hank Jones - Red Mitchell 'Duo' (Timeless)

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Duke Ellington: The Duke 1940 - Live from the Crystal Ballroom in Fargo, N.D. (Jazz Society)

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Complete Benny Goodman Vol IV / 1936-37 on Bluebird.

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Shepp "Yasmina" (BYG)... the Mobley side, of course!

Sonny's Back indeed!

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Charles Tyler 'The Charles Tyler Ensemble' (ESP)

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Ken McIntyre ''Way 'Way Out' (United Artists stereo)

...hey, I'm a Funketeer ! :excited:

Edited by sidewinder

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