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Two Australian LPs from the 1960s:

Judy Bailey - My Favourite Things - CBS (Her first LP “You & the Night & the Music” was reissued on LP and CD by Bei! a few years ago and I was hoping this would follow shortly after);

Errol Buddle - The Wind - HMV

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This John Abercrombie Trio album, thank you very much.

 

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Cedar Walton's solo piano album on Clean Cuts. I really would like to hear that one.

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Apologies if listed already but Jazz (1963) by the Johnny Griffith Trio:

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I found out about this through a roundabout way.  I was looking at the Motown Unreleased series and they have two CDs worth of jazz material from 1962 that was unreleased.

There is basically an album's worth of material from the Johnny Griffith Trio on the second volume, and sounds pretty good to me.  I see that Giffith's later album The Geneva Connection (1974) is on iTunes, but this earlier one seems to not have been reissued in any format.  Unfortunate, as I would like to hear it at least once.  Currently, the LP prices (on Discogs) are a bit high, and shipping to Canada is pretty much curtailed anyway, but I'll see if it comes out in another format at some point.

Do let me know if you've heard it and it is worth seeking out.  Thanks.

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On 4/10/2020 at 10:00 AM, mikeweil said:

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Cedar Walton's solo piano album on Clean Cuts. I really would like to hear that one.

Mike, your post prompted me to pull that LP from the shelf.  I'm listening to it now.  If you're a fan of Cedar Walton's music, it would definitely be worth your effort to track down the LP.  It's lovely, Sunday-afternoon jazz. I'd give it a rock-solid four stars outta five.

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Speaking of Cedar Walton, I don't think his 1976 Muse LP Firm Roots has ever been reissued:

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One note: Three of the six cuts from this LP appeared on the 32 Jazz CD reissue of Sam Jones' Something in Common. But the other three cuts are in analog-only limbo.

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9 hours ago, HutchFan said:

Speaking of Cedar Walton, I don't think his 1976 Muse LP Firm Roots has ever been reissued:

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One note: Three of the six cuts from this LP appeared on the 32 Jazz CD reissue of Sam Jones' Something in Common. But the other three cuts are in analog-only limbo.

Acc. to Tom Lord  this LP was recorded in April 1974 Muse MR 5059 (have it) and reissued on CD Camden De-Luxe 910742. Correct is also the reissue of parts on the "32 Jazz" CD # 32217

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54 minutes ago, jazzcorner said:

Acc. to Tom Lord  this LP was recorded in April 1974 Muse MR 5059 (have it) and reissued on CD Camden De-Luxe 910742. Correct is also the reissue of parts on the "32 Jazz" CD # 32217

If I'm not mistaken, this Camden compilation contains only two titles from Firm Roots: Firm Roots and Shoulders.

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Yes, the Camden 2CD, although brilliant - only contains a couple of the titles from my recollection. Will dig it out.

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On 7.4.2020 at 4:37 AM, clifford_thornton said:

I do have it. Lacy's playing is outta sight.

Yes ....

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5 hours ago, sonnymax said:

If I'm not mistaken, this Camden compilation contains only two titles from Firm Roots: Firm Roots and houlders.

Re Cedar Walton LP ----> Lords has all tracks listed for that Camden-CD. Cannot prove it because I have oly the LP with a total of 6 tracks.

My Lord disc   has also mentioned  3 tracks [out of 6 LP tracks] for the "32 Jazz" CD. Thats all i have documented here.

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On 8/14/2005 at 9:54 AM, J.A.W. said:

Several Vanguard, Mercury, Riverside and Pacific Jazz LPs:

 

Dave Burns - Dave Burns - Vanguard

Dave Burns - Warming Up - Vanguard

Bill English - Bill English - Vanguard

Billy Mitchell - A Little Juicy - Mercury

Ron Jefferson - Love Lifted Me - Pacific Jazz

Lennie McBrowne - Lennie McBrowne & the Four Souls - Pacific Jazz

Lennie McBrowne - Eastern Lights - Riverside

I still can't quite believe that the two Dave Burns Vanguard LPs have never been on CD in any form, even in some Andorran configuration. Is that really true?

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Lenny McBrowne and The 4 Souls - Complete Recordings (2 LP on 2 CD) + Bonus Tracks

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30 minutes ago, colinmce said:

I still can't quite believe that the two Dave Burns Vanguard LPs have never been on CD in any form, even in some Andorran configuration. Is that really true?

It looks like those two LPs are on Amazon Music as downloads, about half the tracks are available on Spotify but not on iTunes as far as I can tell.  I haven't seen the sessions on CD (so far).

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59 minutes ago, colinmce said:

I still can't quite believe that the two Dave Burns Vanguard LPs have never been on CD in any form, even in some Andorran configuration. Is that really true?

I posted that list 15 years ago and in the meantime some of thiose albums have been reissued by Fresh Sound, but might be OOP by now.

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1 hour ago, Son-of-a-Weizen said:

Clarke — Klook’s Clique? 

Jeez, it took a global nightmare to get you back on here? :g

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Both of the Dave Burns albums and the Bill English title were remastered by Vanguard in 2006 and issued as downloads.

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The Ron Jefferson Pacific Jazz LP is available on Fresh Sounds, paired with Tricky Lofton’s “Brass Bag.” (The Lofton is also on the Carmell Jones Mosaic Select.) 

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3 hours ago, JSngry said:

Jeez, it took a global nightmare to get you back on here? :g

:lol:

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Here's one that I am looking for. I don't think it ever made it to CD.

Larry Young "The Magician."

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Cecil McBee - "Compassion"

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4 hours ago, Hardbopjazz said:

Here's one that I am looking for. I don't think it ever made it to CD.

Larry Young "The Magician."

Hell, that one barely made it to LP...

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