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Drove to Brugge Belgium and back this past weekend on the following:

Clifford Brown/Max Roach - Basin St.

Marilyn Crispell - nothing ever was, anyway.

Lou Donaldson - Alligator Bogaloo

Thelonious Monk - In Tokyo

Jimmy Smith - Lonesome Road

Weather Report - Tale Spinnin'

The Essential Leonard Cohen

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Last couple of days-

Mingus 5

Complete Nocturne, disc 1

Griff and Lock; Battle Stations

Jim Hall; Live

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Ah...just now listening to Swiss Movement and the ever topical "Compared to What"...

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John Coltrane Quartet - Complete

Sonny Rollins - Complete RCA

Silas Hogan - Excello swamp blues

Tord Gustavsen Trio - Changing Places

Quartet Out - Live At The Meat House

Jackie McLean - Jackie's Bag

Jackie McLean - Jacknife

Old Spice Boys - Alibi Of Birdland

Johnny Rivers - Rhino anthology

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Listening for today:

-Kenny Dorham and the Jazz Prophets, vol.1

-Coleman Hawkins: Sirius

-Anita Oday swings Cole Porter with Billy May

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Over the last little while:

Billie Holliday and Lester Young: A MUSICAL ROMANCE

Wayne Shorter: ALEGRIA

Lee Konitz and Warne Marsh: album of the same name

Count Basie: 1939, VOL. 2

Lou Donaldson: THE NATURAL SOUL

Jackie McLean: JACKNIFE

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The Wayfaring Strangers "Shifting Sands of Time"

This is Matt Glaser's project featuring Andy Statman, Tony Tricshka, Bruce Barth, Laszlo Gardony, Ralph Stanley, Lucy Kaplansky, and others.

I was WAY pleasantly surprised by this.

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Grant Green's 'Solid' for me!

p.s. what is it with Grant and Rollins tunes?

Mind you, fair play to him: they're some of my favourite heads as well!

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Drew Gress - Spin & Drift (Premonition),

Vandermark - Airports of Light (atavistic)

Billy Bauer- Plectrist

Matt Wilson- Humidity- Palmetto

Fred Hersch- Village Vanguard

Tina Brooks- Waiting Game

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Right now:

Freddie Hubbard - Blue Spirits

Also on today:

Stone Temple Pilots - Core, No. 4

Stanley Turrentine - Hustlin'

Sonny Clark - Sonny's Crib

Miles Davis - On The Corner

Cannonball Adderley - Know What I Mean?

311 - Transistor

Sonny Stitt - Only The Blues

Wayne Shorter - Juju

Walter Wanderley - Rain Forest

Vince Guaraldi - Charlie Brown Christmas (great music any time of the year!)

Thelonious Monk - Genius of Modern Music, Vol. 2

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The Wayfaring Strangers "Shifting Sands of Time"

This is Matt Glaser's project featuring Andy Statman, Tony Tricshka, Bruce Barth, Laszlo Gardony, Ralph Stanley, Lucy Kaplansky, and others.

I was WAY pleasantly surprised by this.

Be sure to clean off your shoes before coming inside.

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Today's Listening Pleasure

Jelly Roll Morton-Complete Victor Recs

Satchmo-Complete Hot Five & Hot Seven

Edited by Mnytime

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Cannonball Adderly - Takes Charge

Brian Blade Fellowship - Perceptual

Bill Frisell - Have a Little Faith

Keith Jarrett - Complete Blue Note - Sunday 2nd Set

Pat Martino - All Sides Now

Greg Osby - Inner Circle

John Scofield - Who's Who

Peter Gabriel - 2/Scratch

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Soul jazz deep groove LP heaven over the past few days .. :rsmile:

- Horace Parlan 'Speakin My Piece'

- Don Wilkerson 'Preach Brother !'

- Lee Morgan 'The Sidewinder'

and:

- Clifford Brown 'Memorial Album'

- Qunitet of the Year 'At Massey Hall'

- Bud Powell 'Bud'

plus:

Wes Montgomery 'Complete Riverside Recordings' (CD)

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Foreward to the past for me:

--- Jack Teagarden: King of the Blues Trombone

--- Glenn Miller: The Complete Glenn Miller

--- Artie Shaw: Complete Artie Shaw vol's 3,4,5,6,7,8

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Last48 hours:

Frank Capp/Nat Pierce's Juggernaut live concerts, especially those with Eddie Andrews or Joe Williams.

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Today-

Gerry Mulligan; Midas Touch

Chris Lightcap; Lay-Up

World Saxophone Quartet; 25th Anniversary

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Haven't posted a listening list since the BNBB days --

Carmell Jones - Mosaic set

Sonny Rollins Meets Coleman Hawkins

Miles Davis - Workin' (remastered Prestige)

Vandermark 5 - latest

Paul Weller's latest

Willie Hutch - Best of

Mickey & the Soul Generation - 2 cd compilation of their singles and live tracks -- EASILY the reissue of the year!!!

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Clark Terry Quintet-"The Hymn"

Jim Tomlinson-"Brazilian Sketches"

Tommy Flanagan-"Flanagan's Shenanigans".

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Woody Shaw - Blackstone Legacy

Lee Morgan - Sixth Sense

Ike Quebec - Blue and Sentimental

Steve Kuhn/Gary McPartland - October Suite

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yo ralphie_boy! Would you recommend Blackstone Legacy? I've been eyeing it...

I've been listening to "Legends Of Acid Jazz" discs for Gene Ammons, Houston Person, and Sonny Stitt.

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Noj, I'd recommend Blackstone Legacy. :D

My listening for today is:

Jazz:

John Patton - Understanding

Don Patterson - Boppin' & Burnin'

Non-Jazz:

Del McCoury Band - Del and the Boys (bluegrass)

Elliot Smith - either/or

:rsmile:

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Thanks AfricaBrass. Emusic, I'm PILLAGING those guys. :rsmile:

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Thanks AfricaBrass. Emusic, I'm PILLAGING those guys. :rsmile:

You're welcome!

I've been doing the same thing with emusic. I have hundreds of cds of mp3 albums that I've downloaded. The problem is: I don't have all the cds labeled, so I don't know what's on them. OOOF!!!

:g

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Thanks AfricaBrass.  Emusic, I'm PILLAGING those guys. :rsmile:

You're welcome!

I've been doing the same thing with emusic. I have hundreds of cds of mp3 albums that I've downloaded. The problem is: I don't have all the cds labeled, so I don't know what's on them. OOOF!!!

:g

I've been tediously labelling each track to help that problem. Did you check out the Kool & The Gang album they have? Now that is some FUNK! Lee Fields is funky too, even though he is a James Brown clone...

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