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LPs that have never made it into CD

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Has Remo Palmieri's late 70's Concord date made it to CD? I've never seen it.

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I've never seen Bobby Jones' Hill Country Suite (Enja), The Arrival of Bobby Jones (Cobblestone), or Milt Hinton's Here Swings the Judge (Famous Door) on CD.

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Hill Country Suite has been on CD. I got a copy a few mionths ago.

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Yes, it's very good. The man really impressed me with Mingus.

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Hill Country Suite has been on CD. I got a copy a few mionths ago.

I have the LP, so I guess I wasn't looking for it. Glad to know it's still out there.

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Roscoe Mitchell's "Solo Saxophone Concerts" on Sackville.

I think Sackville returned the tapes to Roscoe 'cause they could not remove the tape print through for cd release.

Probably never see a "silvering" of this record.

Does that mean the tapes are not usable? What are the prospects of making a master from a mint vinyl copy, can that be done with satisfactory results?

Just curious,

Kevin

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Does that mean the tapes are not usable? What are the prospects of making a master from a mint vinyl copy, can that be done with satisfactory results?

Just curious,

Kevin

the "print" is obvious on the vinyl, just a bit obscured by groove noise.

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I don't know if this has been mentioned (I'm not going back to read all pages) but how about some of Xanadu's Be Bop Revisited. Great series of albums.

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Some other possibilities:

J.R. Monterose: Welcome Back, J.R.! (Progressive/Japan)

J.R. Monterose: Live in Albany (Uptown)

Creative Construction Company (Muse)

Sonny Stitt: My Mother's Eyes (Pacific Jazz)

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Forgot I have an LP search list on my hard drive:

Landmark LLP-502 Lateef, Yusef In Nigeria

Muse MR 5052 Hayes, Louis Breath of Life

The Landmark LP has been reissued on YAL, Dr. Lateef's own label.

Re: the Louis Hayes one, I think it has been reissued on a 32Jazz CD (OOP, of course).

Luca

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ANDRE JAUME: MUSIQUE POUR 8 - L'OC (HAT HUT)

SAM RIVERS (HOLLAND, ALTSCHUL): THE QUEST (RED RECORD)

The Jaume has been reissued on CD in 1990, but it is out of print now. The Rivers, as far as I know, will be issued on CD in 2006.

Luca

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I don't know if it's been mentioned - but one I just LOVE:

Doc Horse (Al Pittman) with Sammy Price and his Bluesicians, Kapp-LP KS-3267.

In case it's available on CD: Run and get it ! I think it's terrific from A to Z.

Opinions anyone ?

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What about this one?

Impulse A 9137 The College Concert of Pee Wee Russell and Henry 'Red' Allen

Henry "Red" Allen (tp, vo -1/3,5,6) Pee Wee Russell (cl) Steve Kuhn (p) Charlie Haden (b) Marty Morell (d)

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, October 29, 1966

1. 90708 Blue Monk

2. 90709 I Want a Little Girl

3. 90710 Body and Soul

4. 90711 Pee Wee's Blues

5. 90712 Two Degrees East, Three Degrees West

6. 90713 Graduation Blues

I don´t think it has come out on CD.

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Creative Construction Company (Muse)

There was a Japanese issue which (I believe) only included Volume 1. I agree that a 2on1 CD release would work well. That said, the LPs sell for a modest price and while it is certainly interesting I'm not sure sure it would make much money for whoever reissues it.

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The one recording I REALLY want to see on CD is Yusef Lateef's A Flat, G Flat and C on Impulse. Given that everything else he did on Impulse is reissued I can't understand why his greatest record is still unavailable.

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There was a Chiaroscuro Frank Wright album (raised eyebrow) that featured Eddie Jefferson on vocals (jaw drop). Am I right that that never made CD?

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A bunch of good Cobblestone/Muse titles by Jimmy Heath ('The Gap Sealer', and the next one) and Carlos Garnett ('Journey to Enlightenment' and 'Let This Melody Ring On'). I also heard Garnett do a phenomenal live version of "Mystery of Ages", which was not fulfilled on the big band record. There are also some really good mid-70's Italian LP's by Archie Shepp, George Adams, and Don Pullen. There was a 2 LP set by Shepp that had an amazing live version of "African Drums" on it. The first album by Hannibal Peterson. The Eric Kloss Muse LP with Peterson on it. Gary Bartz Live at the Left Bank on Milestone. Any of the remaining McCoy Tyner's. The Elektra Musician Woody Shaw's. Non-jazz, the Richie Havens titles on Douglas ('Electric Havens' and 'Richie Havens Record' - he hates them.) and on Stormy Forest. The Bobby Hutcherson stuff with Harold Land (Blue Note) and the Harold Land stuff with Bobby Hutcherson (Mainstream). The Mainstream Buddy Terry's.

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The three Larry Bunker Quartette 'Live at Shelly's Manne-Hole' LPs w/Gary Burton, Mike Wofford & Bob West is enjoyable material and would make a nice double-cd package.

Who owns the Vault & Interplay material???

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Who owns the Vault & Interplay material???

Interplay is/was(?) owned by Tosh Taenaka. I understand the "possession" of the tapes is a jumbled mess as the result of an ugly divorce. I have also heard Toshiya is in poor health.

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Has Remo Palmieri's late 70's Concord date made it to CD? I've never seen it.

Remo Palmier's self-titled LP for Concord hasn't been reissued on CD and is doubtful to appear unless the current label owners license it to someone else.

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Roscoe Mitchell's "Solo Saxophone Concerts" on Sackville.

I think Sackville returned the tapes to Roscoe 'cause they could not remove the tape print through for cd release.

Probably never see a "silvering" of this record.

Does that mean the tapes are not usable? What are the prospects of making a master from a mint vinyl copy, can that be done with satisfactory results?

Just curious,

Kevin

Hey I was at that recording sesssion!

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Abdullah Ibrahim's African Herbs?

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