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Silas Hogan: Trouble - The Best of the Excello Masters (Excello/AVI)

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Freedom of the City2001 – London Improvisers Orchestra [Large Groups CD 2] (Emanem)

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A3 - FLOWER OF FLESH AND BLOOD conducted by Dave Tucker - 10:13
A4 - MORTON'S MOBILE conceived & conducted by Simon H Fell - 11:25
B1 - GROUP DYNAMICS AROUND THE SLIDE conceived & conducted by Caroline Kraabel - 7:55
B2 - CONCERTO FOR SYLVIA HALLETT conducted by Steve Beresford, featuring Sylvia Hallett - 17:52
B3 - DOUBLE RAINBOW conceived & conducted by Philipp Wachsmann - 6:17
B4 - BIRTHDAY PIECE conceived & conducted by Knut Aufermann - 6:59
B5 - AN IF BUT TO AND WHEN conceived, conducted & featuring Terry Day - 6:13
B6 - PROCEEDING 6 orchestra improvisation - 33:00
 

London Improvisers Orchestra:
HARRY BECKETT, ROLAND RAMANAN, IAN SMITH trumpets,
ROBERT JARVIS, PAUL RUTHERFORD, ALAN TOMLINSON trombones,
BØRRE MØLSTAD tuba, NEIL METCALFE flute, TERRY DAY bamboo pipes,
JACQUES FOSCHIA, JOHN RANGECROFT, HARRISON SMITH, ALEX WARD clarinets,
JOHN BUTCHER, TOM CHANT, LOL COXHILL, CAROLINE KRAABEL, ADRIAN NORTHOVER,
EVAN PARKER, GARRY TODD
 saxophones,
NIGEL COOMBES, SUSANNA FERRAR, SYLVIA HALLETT, PHILLIPP WACHSMANN violins,
CHARLOTTE HUG viola, MARCIO MATTOS, DAVE TUCKER cellos,
JOHN EDWARDS, SIMON H FELL, DAVID LEAHY double basses,
JOHN BISSET guitar, STEVE BERESFORD, VERYAN WESTON pianos,
ORPHY ROBINSON electronic xylophone
TONY MARSH, LOUIS MOHOLO percussion,
KNUT AUFERMANN, ADAM BOHMAN, PAT THOMAS electronics
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hendrix 7-4-70 atlanta
rejected mixes (a. douglas 1985?)

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Contains 2 Capitol Records albums from 1959-60.  Mood For The Blues  featured strings arranged by Gerald Wilson and Rene Hall and Mr. Johnson played tenor sax only.  On This Must  Be The Plas! he also played alto on one track and bari sax on 2 tracks.  I quite liked his bari playing on "If I Had You".  On both albums he was in the company of some of the usual studio guys of the day:  Larry Bunker, Victor Feldman, Paul Smith, Howard Roberts, Earl Palmer, etc.  It's all pleasant, toe-tapping music, nothing extraordinary, but enjoyable for what it is.

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34 minutes ago, JohnS said:

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:tup:tup!!

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40 minutes ago, JohnS said:

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:tup I've loved that one since I heard the Barnaby LP years ago.

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JACQUES VIDAL: MINGUS SPIRIT. NOCTURNE NTCD 415 [2007]

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Vinny Golia Qt. (feat. Bobby Bradford) - Relative Pitch CD

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Art Pepper - San Francisco Samba: Live at Keystone Korner (Contemporary)
Less than ideal audio fidelity -- but the music is POTENT.  ... Nice to hear drummer Eddie Marshall with Art.

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Johnny Hodges & Wild Bill DavisCon-Soul & Sax [CD 1 in Jazz Tribune No. 1 (1965-66)] (RCA Victor)
—  Johnny Hodges - alto saxophone; Wild Bill Davis - organ; Dickie Thompson, Mundell Lowe - guitar; Milt Hinton or George Duvivier - double bass; Osie Johnson - drums

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