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Best track you heard all week

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Can - Waiting for the Streetcar - from 'The Lost Tapes' Malcolm Mooney irritatingly genius like

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Chasin' the Trane (originally issued version) from Trane's Live Village Vanguard Recordings.

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The Kloopie Tone Chioirs of The Kloopietown people of maybe more more than 10 minuetes from here,

IGGNOAR AT YOAR PEARIL

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"Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea" - MJQ Mosaic set, Disc 2 Track 2

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Pablo C. Bach Cello Suites & the Temptations Sing Smokey, yes I kn0w those are whole albums not tracks, too bad.

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Thelonious Monk plays "April in Paris".

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I Only Have Eyes for You by the Flamingos. I just listened to it with fond memories rather than one negative emotion or another...

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Two tracks

Keen and Peachy followed by Pennies From Heaven from Disc 2

The first has a marvelous solo by Bennie Green (who is excellent through both sets IMO), and the 2nd has a very fine solo by Hank.

Great stuff all around.

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The tune "Bridges" by Nascimento performed by Monday Michiru with vocal assistance by Ed Motta on "Soulception." The whole album is a wonderful listen, but that one performance really gets me, and especially for some reason this week.

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I love Monday, and I love Ed. Great singers (and writers).

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Radiohead: Creep. Don't know why; just can't get the damned thing out of my head.

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The whole CD really, but Opus de Funk in particular. Other bands swung as hard at times, but none harder than this band on this track. This track will swing into the next world!

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I Only Have Eyes for You by the Flamingos. I just listened to it with fond memories rather than one negative emotion or another...

Why would this lovely record evoke negative emotions?

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The Dixie Hummingbirds covering "Jesus Children Of America".

All Stevie Wonder covers should cut to the chase like this one does.

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Since there's really only one track here, I'll nominate the whole thing. This is very, very good

music with enough swinging to please even the hardboppers.

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"Suddenly It's Spring" from Pairing Off. Phil and Quill are something else on this one!

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' My Autumn's Done Come' - Lee Hazlewood.

I'm belatedlyrealising what a great singer/songwriter this man was, so much more than just Nancy Sinatra's lower register...

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"Suddenly It's Spring" from Pairing Off. Phil and Quill are something else on this one!

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Never saw that cover. Thanks.

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"Suddenly It's Spring" from Pairing Off. Phil and Quill are something else on this one!

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Never saw that cover. Thanks.

Classic 50s design!

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"Suddenly It's Spring" from Pairing Off. Phil and Quill are something else on this one!

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Never saw that cover. Thanks.

Classic 50s design!

UK Esquire

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I Only Have Eyes for You by the Flamingos. I just listened to it with fond memories rather than one negative emotion or another...

Loveliest rock & roll record ever. I also heard them sing it at the Regal Theater in Chicago in about 1961 or '62.

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"Beehive" from Dr. Lonnie Smith's "The Healer" album. Holy FUCK is this a badass performance!

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