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Freddie Hubbard - Hub Cap

Fats Domino - Live at New Orleans JazzFest 2001 (DVD). Hey - I was there!

Joe Lovano Nonet - On This Day

Pee Wee Russell - Ask Me Now!

Mulligan/Hodges - Meets

The Wiggles - Yummy Yummy

Paul Williamson Quartet - Mutations

Paul Williamson Quintet - Talk It Up!

Mark Simmonds' Freeboppers - Fire

TheakTet - Gamla-Stan

Roger Miller - King Of The Road (Bear Family anthology)

Duke Ellington - Such Sweet Thunder

Lester Young - Aladdin and Verve complete

Charlie Christian - Columbia box

Jimmy Smith - Cool Blues

Larry Young - Unity

Grant Green - Green Street. Fast becoming my fave by him.

Grant Green - with Sonny Clark

Grant Green - Grant's First Stand

Sonny Criss - Complete Imperial. Fats Domino's label!

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Dave Douglas - A Thousand Evenings

Bill Evans - Interplay Sessions, Solo Sessions I & II, At Shelly's Manne-Hole, Time Remembered (in other words, the rest of the Riverside box)

Groove Holmes - Comin' On Home

King Crimson - Heavy ConstruKction

Pearl Jam - State College Pennsylvania 3 May 2003

...um Kenny, just curious, but "The Wiggles"?? I watch them with my two year old alot. Paul the Chef is one of the guys from Crowded House. That's the only legitimate music connection I've been able to make.

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Listening to a lot of Stanley Turrentine and Shirley Scott records. "Hustlin'" and "A Chip off The Old Block" are killing me! :D

Also, "Moon Rappin'" ;)

Gene Ammons "Boss Tenor" and "Best of the 70's" :tup

And, of course, always John Patton on the player. Lately, I've been revisiting some of his mid-period Blue Note stuff. Looking forward to the Mosaic Select coming out soon for Big John.

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...um Kenny, just curious, but "The Wiggles"?? I watch them with my two year old alot. Paul the Chef is one of the guys from Crowded House. That's the only legitimate music connection I've been able to make.

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Starting the month off tonight with.....

Charlie Rouse/Red Rodney - Social Call

Joe Henderson - Our Thing

Horace Parlan - On The Spur Of The Moment

Chased with a few of these...

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Today:

Horace Silver - The Cape Verdean Blues, In Pursuit of the 27th Man

Freddie Hubbard - Goin' Up

Dave Brubeck/Paul Desmond - 1975: The Duets

Bobby Hutcherson - The Kicker, Montara, Happenings

311 - Soundsystem

Mad Season - Above

Alice In Chains - Sap

Up next: Miles Davis - Complete Live at the Plugged Nickel (inspired by the "your favorite Miles box" thread)

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Miles Davis: Complete Live at the Plugged Nickel. For some reason, hearing it now is really hitting me where I live.

Don Pullen/George Adams: Song Everlasting.

James Newton: African Flower

There are some 80's Blue Notes that are stonecold classic, these are two of them.

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Art Pepper - Those Kenton Days

Lucky Thompson & Gigi Gryce - In Paris

Shirley Scott -Hip Soul/Hip Twist

Louis Armstrong Chronological Classics 1934-36

Arkadia Jazz All Stars-Thank You Duke !

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i've been listening to alot of the same stuff lately

jimmy smith - house party rvg

jimmy smith - dot com blues

monk - genius vol 1 rvg

larry young - into somethin'

floyd - dark side (sacd)

ella - the complete ella in berlin

big john - got a good thing going

missy elliott - under construction

trane - the ultimate blue trane

going now

miles - milestones

on deck

morgan - the gigolo jrvg

ss1

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Shirley Scott -Hip Soul/Hip Twist

That's some GOOD stuff. I'm with you on that one!!!! :tup:D

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Eddie Lang/Joe Venuti - 1920's/30's (JSP), disc 2

Sacha Distel - JAZZ GUITARIST (Universal France)

Flip Phillips - VERVE/CLEF SESSIONS (Mosaic), disc 3

JAZZ FOR A SUNDAY AFTERNOON (BN) - Corea, Elvin Jones, Richard Davis, Marvin Stamm, Joe Farrell, Garnett Brown from a 1967 Vanguard set

Bill Watrous - MANHATTAN WILDLIFE REFUGE (Columbia)

Pavement - SLANTED AND ENCHANTED (Matador)

Bjork - VESPERTINE (Elektra)

Tico All Stars - DESCARGAS: LIVE AT THE VILLAGE GATE VOL. 1 (Tico)

And several times through the Bach's Brandenburg Concertos, during baby feeding time

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Lester Bowie: The Great Pretender

"Cool", "Philadelphia", and "Steel & Breath" from The Phillip Wilson Project (Jazz Door CD)

- Needed reminders (for me) of what a fine musician Lester Bowie was and how well he and Phillip Wilson fit together.

The Southern Sons: Deep South Gospel (Trumpet/ Alligator CD)

An Unsung Cat - The Life and Music of Warne Marsh (Storyville CD)

Pee Wee Russell Quartet: New Groove

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Benny Carter 1940-1941 (Classics CD)

Tommy Turrentine (Time LP)

Dexter Gordon Discs 1, 2 (Steeplechase box)

Cecil Taylor - Dark to Themselves (Enja CD)

Count Basie - The Decca Years (GRP box)

Joe Thomas - Raw Meat (Uptown LP)

Arnett Cobb - Deep Purple (Black and Blue CD)

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Count Basie - CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD (Roulette)

Joe Henderson - LUSH LIFE (Verve)

Duke Ellington - RCA CENTENNIAL BOX (RCA), discs 4 and 8

Benny Goodman - CARNEGIE HALL CONCERT (Columbia/Legacy)

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Joe Henderson: Page One

Sonny Stitt: Tune Up!/Constellation

Lester Young: The "Kansas City" Sessions

Sonny Rollins: Plus 4

Greg Osby: Inner Circle

Donald Byrd: Byrd In Hand

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Oscar Aleman: Swing Guitar Masterpieces 1938-1957 (Acoustic Disc CD)

Ragtime Blues Guitar 1928-30 - The Complete Recordings of William Moore, Tarter & Gay, Bayless Rose, & Willie Walker (Matchbox LP)

Bluesmen and Songsters - 1926-1936 (Blues Documents LP)

Eddie Lang and Lonnie Johnson Volume One (Swaggie LP)

Bobby Henderson:Handful of Keys (Vanguard CD)

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Mal Waldron - SEAGULLS OF KRISTIANSUND (Soul Note) w/Woody Shaw, Charlie Rouse, Ed Blackwell, Reggie Workman

Woody Shaw - NIGHT MUSIC (Elektra)

Quincy Jones - MUSIC OF QUINCY JONES FEATURING BENNY BAILEY et al (Argo)

Big John Patton - THAT CERTAIN FEELING (BN)

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The Zen Tricksters-A Love Surreal

Kerry Kearney-Welcome To Psychedelta

The Grateful Dead-Workingman's Dead

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Harold Land - Harold In The Land Of Jazz

Nat Adderley - Introducing Nat Adderley

Duke Ellington - Live At The Whitney

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Rabih Abou-Khalil - Bukra

Grant Green - Feelin' The Spirit

Stefon Harris - Black Action Figure

Dave Holland - What Goes Around

Sonny Rollins - The Complete Prestige Recordings

Ben Webster - There is No Greater Love

Peter Gabriel - Plays Live

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Art Blakey - A Night at Birdland, Vol I

John Patton - Boogaloo

Art Pepper - Art Pepper Today

Art Pepper - New York Album

John Scofield - Bump

Ben Webster - The Jeep is Jumping

Ben Webster - Meets Bill Coleman

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Donald Byrd/Kenny Burrell; All Day Long (ZYX remaster)

Roy Haynes; Love Letters (A surprisingly good cd)

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Cannonball Adderley - Cannonball Takes Charge

Joe Henderson - Page One

Bobby Timmons - This Here Is Bobby Timmons

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So far:

Keith Jarrett - Up For It

Miles Davis - Blackhawk

Vanguard Jazz Orchestra - Can I Persuade You?

Charlie Parker - The Ultimate Collection

Lester Young - with the Oscar Peterson Trio

Walter Davis Jr. - In Walked Thelonious

Renee Rosnes and the Danish Radio Big Band

Bill Mays/Ed Bickert at Maybeck

Now playing : Sonny Stitt Mosaic Disc 2

To come: Time Warp Plays Duke Ellington

Don and Tom Vickery - Double Take

Donald Byrd/Pepper Adams Mosaic

Walter Norris - Lush Life

Ray Anderson - Wishbone

Art Blakey - Indestructible

Guido Basso/ Dave Turner - Dedications

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Coltrane etc - Interplay for 2 Trumpets and 2 Tenors

Tadd Dameron - Mating Call

Bill Frisell - Where in the World?

Elmo Hope - Informal Jazz

Mobley/Coltrane/Cohn/Sims - Tenor Conclave

Art Pepper - So In Love, Artworks, & Stardust

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