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Miles Davis - In Europe

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Dannie Richmond and the Last Mingus Band - Plays Charles Mingus (Timeless). What is it with these flimsy LP covers from this time period? They're like thick paper rather than cardboard.

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New York Art Quartet - Mohawk (Japanese Fontana)

Cecil Taylor - Fly! Fly! Fly! Fly! Fly! (Pausa)

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late 'thirties Ellington small group and Orchestra.

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New York Art Quartet - Mohawk (Japanese Fontana)

Cecil Taylor - Fly! Fly! Fly! Fly! Fly! (Pausa)

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Thelonious Monk 'The Man I Love' (Black Lion)

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Scored an unplayed "Heavyweight Champion" vinyl set for a great price. Listening to "Coltrane's Sound" right now.

Well I'm officially jealous! I have it on cd and there are times when I wish I had plumped for the vinyl box instead. I ran across a used set a while back also at a decent price but then I felt guilty about buying it since I already had the music. I do that with single albums sometimes but a box set, not very often. I'm in the middle of planning a trip to Scotland in the fall so overspending in the music dept.

is not prudent for me at this time.

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I am reckless with my funds. I somehow manage to just make it all work, as if this were some sort of Roger Zelazny "Amber" that I can shape to my liking. I'm amazed that I haven't fallen flat on my face. :)

But I actually have been showing restraint, remarkable for me but understandable with this big move, but couldn't pass up this one. Like you I'm really grooving to vinyl and I have had an eye on this set and am glad to cross it off the list. Hope you can snag a copy soon!

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The Horace Silver Quintet ~ Horace-Scope
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I borrowed this image. Mine has the solid blue label with white imprint.
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Albert Ayler - Lorrach/Paris (Hat)

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Serge Gainsbourg 'Mauvaises Nouvelles des Etoiles' (Philips)115164848.jpg

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Thelonious Monk ~ The Man I Love
Black Lion
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Al McKibbon, bass; Art Blakey, drums
My favorite store "Revolver Records" in Phoenix opened a new location near me. Prices are excellent. Picked this up for 3.99 in very good condition.

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Thelonious Monk ~ The Man I Love
Black Lion
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Al McKibbon, bass; Art Blakey, drums
My favorite store "Revolver Records" in Phoenix opened a new location near me. Prices are excellent. Picked this up for 3.99 in very good condition.

I think that session was recorded at the old Chappell Music on New Bond Street, London. Small studio - on the upper floor of a larger music/music instrument store. When I popped in years ago and saw how inocuous it was it left me gob-smacked that the great Monk had actually recorded there.

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Thelonious Monk ~ The Man I Love

Black Lion

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Al McKibbon, bass; Art Blakey, drums

My favorite store "Revolver Records" in Phoenix opened a new location near me. Prices are excellent. Picked this up for 3.99 in very good condition.

I think that session was recorded at the old Chappell Music on New Bond Street, London. Small studio - on the upper floor of a larger music/music instrument store. When I popped in years ago and saw how inocuous it was it left me gob-smacked that the great Monk had actually recorded there.

Chapell Music alright. November '71. That would have been cool to have been there! The lp sounds really good.

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Agent Orange ~ When You Least Expect It . . .
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The Mothers of Invention ~ Burnt Weeny Sandwich
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Frank Zappa ~ Hot Rats
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Picked this beauty up this past week in mint condition.

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late 'thirties Ellington small group and Orchestra.

Cool cover!

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Max Roach +4 = Newport (deep groove Mercury). I still can't get into Draper's tuba solos. They just don't sound... musical?

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Max Roach +4 = Newport (deep groove Mercury). I still can't get into Draper's tuba solos. They just don't sound... musical?

One album-note writer put it nicely - it was early days for jazz tuba.

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