Cliff Englewood

Which Jazz box set are you grooving to right now?

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Friday in the car:

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Getting into the first Joe Castro Sunnyside box (and finding it to be good fun), have already ordered the second, so with luck I can finish one right when it's time to start the other.

And without luck, hey, I should still get the second one.

no complaints either way.

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Continuing my 1-2 albums per week pace through the Herbie Hancock Columbia box:

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I'm discovering this. It is magnificent, very wide and with a good booklet. I've had it for a while but only now had a chance to listen to it.

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On a Parker binge as as of late and was listening to Through The Acceptance of the Mystery Peace and decided to pull this set out. It has been much too long since I last played it. 

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Ben Webster: Dig Ben! (Ben Webster In Europe, 8 CD set, CD#4)

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Disc 1, which includes the soundtracks to The Pawnbroker and The Slender Thread:

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A friend sent me a customized Joe Henderson coffee mug with cover images of Tetragon and Power To The People on it, inspiring me to pull out this set for a fresh listen:

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Relistening to this and enjoying it very much. It's great to have that material. Cole was also an excellent pianist.

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A very nicely-curated set, as noted recently by another board member: 

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The JH 'Blue Note Years' box is well-chosen.  It takes me nearly everywhere Joe went with other BN artists, incl. his own tracks.

Great for when I'm cooking or painting and my hands are too goopy for vinyl. 

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