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new Bill mcHenry (FSNT) with Paul Motian ( a bit of a departure from the textures of the previous two albums)

Julian Cannonball Adderley (Verve) - nice stuff, I seem to appreciate his earlier stuff more and more by comparison with his later Riverside and Capitol material

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Ellery Eskelin & Han Bennink: Dissonant Characters (hatOLOGY 534)

Wonderful music! :wub:

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July 1 listening to:

Miles Davis - Live at the Blackhawk box

Lou Reed - Anthology 2 cd set on RCA

Trojan UK hits box set

Pepper Adams - The Master 2 cd set on RCA import

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Today

Hank Mobley; a Caddy For Daddy

Babs Gonzales; Sunday Afternoon with Babs Gonzales at Small's Paradise.

Clifford Jordan; Blue Note 1565

Charlie Christian; Genius Of Electric Guitar

Martial Solal; NY-1

On vinyl

Cannonball Adderley; In The Land of HiFi

Cecil Payne; The Connection

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Dexter Gordon - Take the A Train

Fred Hersch - Songs Without Words, Vol II

Milt Jackson - Wizard of the Vibes

Eero Koivistoinen - Pictures in Three Colours

Charles Mingus - Mingus Ah Um

Hank Mobley - Peckin' Time

Sam Rivers - Crystals

Porcupine Tree - Stars Die 91-97

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Hank Mobley - A Caddy for Daddy

Tubby Hayes - Night and Day

Eddie Prévost Trio - The Virtue in If

Thomas Lehn/ Raymond Strid - Here/There

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Ralph Moore - Images/Furthermore

Mahavishnu Orchestra - The Inner Mounting Flame

Woody Shaw - Song of Songs

Andrew Hill - One for One

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Radiohead - Hail to the Thief

Freedom of the City - Large Groups

Bailey/Holland - Improvisations for Guitar and Cello

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• T-Bone Walker: T-Bone Blues

• John Lee Hooker: That's My Story

• Lightnin' Hopkins: Blues In My Bottle

... and the wife played:

• The Beatles: A Hard Day's Night

• Madonna: Ray of Light

:mellow:

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today has been an Eremite day:

Moondoc / Parker / Drake - New World Pygmies vol. 2

Jemeel Moondoc vtet - Revolt of the Negro Lawn Jockeys

Hamid Drake / Sabir Mateen - Brothers Together

Anderson / Drake / Jordan / Parker - 2 Days in April

as well as

Italian Instabile Orchestra - Litania Sibilante

Coltrane - Crescent

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John Handy-Live at the Monterey Jazz Festival

Melvins-Hostile Ambient Takeover

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Zbigniew Namyslowski - LOLA (Decca)

Pat Metheny - SECRET STORY (Geffen)

Chubby Jackson & Bill Harris - THE SMALL HERDS (Keynote)

JULIAN "CANNONBALL" ADDERLY (Emarcy)

THE PHILADELPHIA EXPERIMENT (Rope-A-Dope)

Fred Hersch et al - LAST NIGHT WHEN WE WERE YOUNG (Classical Action)

Barre Phillips - CAMOUFLAGE (Victo)

Edited by DrJ

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I dug out Wes Montgomery's Incredible Jazz Guitar of today for the first time in many moons. You know, that may just be my favorite version of Airegin!

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Joe Gordon - Lookin' Good

Barry Barris - Bull's Eye

Freddie Hubbard - Breaking Point

Charlie Rouse/Red Rodney - Social Call

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Very strange listening so far...

Psychedelic Rock:

--- Nuggets Vol. 1

--- 13th Floor Elevators: The Psychedelic Sound of the 13th Floor Elevators

--- Jefferson Airplane: Surrealistic Pillow

--- The Blue Magoos: Psychedelic Lollipop

--- West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band: Volume 1

New Thing Jazz

Albert Ayler

--- Spiritual Unity

--- New York Eye and Ear

--- Nuits de la Foundation Maeght 1970 vol. 1 & 2

--- Live in Greenwich Village: The Complete Recordings

Archie Shepp: Four for Trane

The West Coast Pop is a great record! And Ayler is just someone whose playing is so special and unique -- words cannot describe the beauty of his art.

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Steve Lacy - The Forest and the Zoo

Joe McPhee - As Serious As Your Life

Harry Partch - Petals Fall in Petaluma (Gate 5 Ensemble)

James Clay/Fathead Newman - The Sound of Wide Open Spaces

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Pepper Adams/Zoot Sims Encounter

Larry Young Testifyin'

Lester Young in Paris

Duke Ellington DETreasurySeries volume 7

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Cootie Williams & Rex Stewart - The Big Challenge

Clifford Brown - The Memorial Album

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This evening:

Test (Aum)

Rev. Charlie Jackson - God's Got It (based on a write up in the second issue of 50 Miles of Elbow Room)

over the weekend, in between time with the extended family:

Dave Douglas - Songs for Wandering Souls

Morphine - Cure for Pain

Ozric Tentacles - The Bits Between the Bits

Steve Coleman - Def Trance Beats

M-Base Collective - Anatomy of a Groove

Ali Farka Toure - Niafunke

Ali Farka Toure - Radio Mali

Jaki Byard - Live at Maybeck Recital Hall vol. 17

Stereolab - Peng!

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Joe Lovano; 52nd Street Themes

Duke Ellington; Far East Suite

Keith Jarrett; Tribute

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I've been listening a lot to Fountains of Wayne, inspired by their new album, Welcome Interstate Managers, which I've been playing to death. Their first and second albums are good, but this new one is terrific! :tup

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Jackie Mclean - Capuchin Swing

Eric Dolphy - Outward Bound

Sam Rivers - Dimensions & Extensions

Lee Morgan - Infinity, Sixth Sense

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Wildflowers NY Loft Jazz Sessions - disc 1

Cecil Taylor - Indent

The Daktaris - Soul Explosion

Rev. Charlie Jackson - God's Got It

Yo La Tengo - Summer Sun

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