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October Conns!

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Don Cherry - Where Is Brooklyn (Blue Note Connoisseur) Oct

Booker Ervin - Tex Book Tenor (Blue Note Connoisseur) Oct

— session originally issued on the LP double "Back From the Gig"

Andrew Hill - Andrew!!! (Blue Note Connoisseur) Oct

Elmo Hope - Trio and Quintet (Blue Note Connoisseur) Oct

Jackie McLean - Consequence (Blue Note Connoisseur) Oct

Ike Quebec - The Complete 45 Sessions - 2 CDs (Blue Note Connoisseur) Oct

— collection of his 45's

Spotted on Jazzmatazz's Upcoming section. Holy Flirking Schnitt!!! This is some choice stuff! I can't wait to get my hands on these!!!! :excited:

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Infriggin'deed.

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On three of the CDs they are going to leave off a track and on the rest they will use crippling copy protection? Oh, and on the Andrew Hill, they will misspell Debby Hutchinston's name. Right?!?

I gotta come up with some way to avoid spending money!

Mike

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On three of the CDs they are going to leave off a track and on the rest they will use crippling copy protection? Oh, and on the Andrew Hill, they will misspell Debby Hutchinston's name. Right?!?

I gotta come up with some way to avoid spending money!

Mike

I heard they are all mastered from cassettes in Cuscuna's private collection.

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Thing is, Cuscuna would tape using dbx and they neglected to decode, plus he ran his deck with the pitch knob on slow to get some extra time on his cassettes. Then there's the polarity thing....

Mike

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Jackie McLean - Consequence (Blue Note Connoisseur) Oct

Yes!!! The elusive final piece of the puzzle that was the bands that had Lee Morgan, Jackie McLean, and Billy Higgins! Looking forward to this one!

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:o:excited::excited:

All of these are on the wishlist!

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I don't think there has ever been a run where I wanted five of the six in a batch. Here are two crossed fingers that these will be free of Boobys and Handcocks.

Gotta pass on the Andrew Hill due to that big ole mosaic.

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On three of the CDs they are going to leave off a track and on the rest they will use crippling copy protection? Oh, and on the Andrew Hill, they will misspell Debby Hutchinston's name. Right?!?

I gotta come up with some way to avoid spending money!

Mike

You forgot to mention that Concord will be reissuing these as part of their RVG series. On a more serious note, this is one of the best (to me) batch of reissues BN has done in a long time. I'm psyched, though I will probably wait to see if any crop up on yourmusic before paying with real money.

Guy

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So we'll get some Johnny Coles and Woody Shaw on the Ervin, Lee Morgan on the McLean, and Frank Foster and Harold Land on the Elmo Hope.

I like the sound of that. :g

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Speaking of Ike Quebec, today was his birthday.

Duke Pearson's too.

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and Harold Land on the Elmo Hope.

I like the sound of that. :g

More Harold Land is a great thing. Heck, so is Elmo Hope!

A very exciting batch. It will be hard to leave a couple behind to wait & see with Yourmusic.

Way to go Blue Note!

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No Johnny Coles on the Ervin - it's only the second half of the two-fer.

Tex Book Tenor sure is a lame title.

Bertrand.

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All you have to do is beg and beg and beg and beg for five years and your wishes are suddenly granted.

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Great music! I've had all the music here for a long time. If these were RVGs I'd grab them all. I'll get whatever comes out on yourmusic.com

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For the first time in a LONG time, I'll be buying half or more of these. They all llok good, and - amazingly - I don't already have most of the material.

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Speaking of Ike Quebec, today was his birthday.

Duke Pearson's too.

Didn't know that both of BN's A&R guys were born on the same day!

Must've been subconscious that I put on Dulfer's Heavy Soul homage!

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Is there any discography available as to what will comprise the Ike Quebec 45 sessions?

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I foolishly procrastinated and missed out on the big Andrew Hill Mosaic, so Andrew!!! will be my first purchase from this excellent list.

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Wow. This will be a bankbuster! Only thing I already have is Andrew!!!. Could hold out hope to find Brooklyn on wax, but...nah, I'll pick it up as well.

Nice, nice, nice list of rarities.

:tup

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Is there any discography available as to what will comprise the Ike Quebec 45 sessions?

I didn't find a discography, but here's a link to the AMG REVIEW.

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big al

you owe me BIG time

i had to type this for you

Ike Quebec Complete Blue Note 45 Sessions

July 1, 1959

Ike Quebec - Tenor Sax

Skeeter Best - Guitar

Edwin Swanston - Organ

Charles Sonny Wellesley- Bass

Lee Jenkins - Drums

01 A Light Reprieve

02 Buzzard Lope

03 Blue Monday

04 Later For The Rock

05 Sweet And Lovely

06 Dear John

07 Blue Friday

September 25, 1960

Ike Quebec - Tenor Sax

Sir Charles Thompson - Organ

Milt Hinton - Bass

JC Heard - Drums

01 Everything Happens To Me (Short Version)

02 Mardi Gras

03 What A Difference A Day Makes

04 For All We Know

05 If I Could Be With You

06 I've Got The World On A String

07 Me 'N Mabe

08 Everything Happens To Me (Long Version)

Feb 5 & 13, 1962

Ike Quebec - Tenor Sax

Willie Jones - Guitar

Earl Vandyke - Organ

Sam Jones - Bass (on 1-5 only)

Wilbert Hogan - Drums

01 How Long Has This Been Going On

02 With A Song In My Heart

03 Imagination

04 What Is There To Say

05 There Is No Greater Love

06 All Of Me

07 Intermezzo

08 But Not For Me

09 All The Way

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Looks ridiculously greeeeeeeazy! Guess I'll be getting that one, too! Thanks ss1!

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Booker & Ike for me... I've got the others in one form or another & am saving my pennies for the Cellar Door, Buddy Rich, etc.

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