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Which Mosaic Are You Enjoying Right Now?

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Stanley Turrentine Blue Note Quintet/Sextet Studio, disks 4 and 5

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John Handy Select Discs 1 and 2...

I'm finding it a tad (not much)... disappointing.... <_<

You know what it is... I was so blown away by the Zeitlin Select I listened to a few days ago... (and this Billie Holliday set I'm listening to in the car).... that everything else is just not really working for me.....

now Disc 3....

For some reason... I really like the live sessions a lot more than the studio sessions.... :huh: :huh:

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Onto something very different... Johnny Smith Disc 3....

Oliver Nelson Disc 6

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Roy Eldridge Complete Verve disc 2

Duke Ellington - The Cosmic Scene

Both knockout.

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Peggy Lee/June Christie Capitol Transcription sessions, CD2.

Damn good so far !

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Buddy Rich Disc 1.. :)

It seems like I'm the only one on the board who bought this and routinely plays it.... :o :o :o

and onto Disc 2.....

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I've bought this, and have played it about four times through in the last year.

I would hesitate to make assumptions based on this thread. I only record about 10% of what I listen to on this and other threads.. . . .

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I gather that means you like it.... :party:

Do tell.....

I've bought this, and have played it about four times through in the last year.

I would hesitate to make assumptions based on this thread. I only record about 10% of what I listen to on this and other threads.. . . .

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Complete Blue Note Elvin Jones Sessions disc 2.... :party: :party: :party:

Still may fave Mosaic :)

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I gather that means you like it.... :party:

Do tell.....

I've bought this, and have played it about four times through in the last year.

I would hesitate to make assumptions based on this thread. I only record about 10% of what I listen to on this and other threads.. . . .

I like it. I don't know what to say about music any longer, other than I like it. It's not essential. I can get through my life without it. But it's a really nice group of recordings, in great sound. As an ex-drummer, returning to drumming lately, I perhaps appreciate Rich in ways others might not. He had many ways to swing.

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Goodman Columbia Mosaic set, disc 4. "Clarinet A La King" was a great piece.

greg mo

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Bobby Hutcherson Select - Disc 1

it's so good... had to listen to Discs 2 and 3! :)

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I have spent most of the afternoon with The Columbia Small Group Swing Sessions (1953-1962).

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This is REALLY A GREAT Set!! :party: :party: :party:

If you're on the fence... please get off and grab this one... None of this stuff has been available on CD in the US before...

Bobby Hutcherson Select - Disc 1

it's so good... had to listen to Discs 2 and 3! :)

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Art Pepper Mosaic Select. Very enjoyable. I starting to dig Pepper, a lot.

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Prima/Manone

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Christy / Lee. CD2. A lovely set

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I'm listening to a lot of Andy Bey today, and getting quite emotional. It almost seems like a Mosaic set, and the quality is surely there.

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