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What is your favourite Mosaic for listening pleasure

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On 19.4.2020 at 2:21 PM, Clunky said:

I’d suggest the first i bought

Complete Blue Note Herbie Nichols

i doubt I’ll ever forget the sense of discovery. Scores of box sets later it still stands

:tup:tup:tup!!!

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What Clunky said and Soul-pope echoed.  OMG yes Herbie Nichols.  Cheers! 

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1. The (In-) Complete Roulette Recordings of Maynard Ferguson

2. The (In-) Complete Roulette Recordings of Maynard Ferguson

3. Every other Mosaic I own.  A close third place (for some) to be sure, but it is what it is...that said, I will say I've only listened to the first couple of LP's of my Commodores...

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6 hours ago, RTM said:

1. The (In-) Complete Roulette Recordings of Maynard Ferguson

2. The (In-) Complete Roulette Recordings of Maynard Ferguson

3. 

3. Count Basie Roulette Studio Recordings.

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On 4/19/2020 at 4:11 AM, porcy62 said:

 

Edit: I guess I didn't get the question of the thread correctly, I play all records for pleasure only, I consider myself a "dionysiac" record collector. I would rename the volume knob "intensity of pleasure".

The line about the volume knob made me laugh out loud.  Too funny.

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The Basies and the Goodmans. At the third place, the Ellingtons (quite all) and the Armstrongs. But I love quite all the Mosaics I own (that are all of them, BTW)

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I have to say real favorites are the Hodes and Nichols and the Ellington small group. 

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The Teagardens, Kenton Presents: Rosolino, and the Basie Roulettes, but I like most of 'em.

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