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Steve Lacy Trio "Epistrophy" .... testament for the art of Jean-Jacques Avenel ....

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Bei Nacht ist der Schwarzwald - Sebastian Sternal Trio (from: "Eins" /Double Moon Records)

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Duerme by Tito Puente. This has such a nice, smooth, easy swing to it, a great dance number.

 

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Not jazz, but definitely the best thing I've heard (for the first time) this week--from Strum and Thrum, a collection of 1980s underground American jangle pop:

 

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"Like A Blues" From the album below.  Dexter Gordon and Benny Bailey tear it up on this marvelous track. 

 

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This is an excellent album! Isn't that track the one where Dexter quotes "Some Other Blues" in his solo?

17 hours ago, Peter Friedman said:

"Like A Blues" From the album below.  Dexter Gordon and Benny Bailey tear it up on this marvelous track. 

 

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It's early in the week, but Three Little Words from the Rollins in Holland Resonance set might be the best song I'll be hearing all year - but definitely for this week. 

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This is clobbering me this morning:

Love the pun in the title too. 

 

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Tipica 73 "Mañoño" .... produced by Johnny Pacheco ....

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Ricky Ford "Portrait Of Mingus" ( from "Manhattan Blues" on Candid) ....

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Hilton Ruiz on piano !!!

 

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Arthur Blythe Trio "Lenox Avenue Breakdon" .... stripped down Arthur Blythe classic ....

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1 hour ago, soulpope said:

Arthur Blythe Trio "Lenox Avenue Breakdon" .... stripped down Arthur Blythe classic ....

Yes!!! :tup

That's a terrific CD, from beginning to end.

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The tune titled "From Broussard" from this CD below. A beautiful swinging tune with outstanding solos from Illinois  Jacquet, Hank Jones and George Duvivier.

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Arranged -- quite beautifully IMO -- by sometime visitor to Organissimo IIRC trombonist Paul McKee. Trumpet soloist is Clay Jenkins.

BTW Jim Sangrey, Pete Galio is on this band and takes several solos.

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On 4/10/2021 at 1:36 PM, Peter Friedman said:

The tune titled "From Broussard" from this CD below. A beautiful swinging tune with outstanding solos from Illinois  Jacquet, Hank Jones and George Duvivier.

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A terrific Jacquet record!  :tup 

 

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"Soul on Soul" indeed! 

 

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Pepper's sound and Philly Joe's drum work!!! Yes!

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On 07/02/2021 at 8:54 PM, Peter Friedman said:

"Like A Blues" From the album below.  Dexter Gordon and Benny Bailey tear it up on this marvelous track. 

 

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Very good album. Found a copy on vinyl just before the pandemic.

Subtle cover art - not !

Edited by sidewinder

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Geez, floorshow/review like a MOFO! Maybe written for a Club DeLisa show for all I know.

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This'll blow your socks off!

Just got this off a blog last night. But  I see there's a lot of Vernard Johnson on YouTube.

MG

 

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