Mark Stryker

Big News - Wolfgang's Vaults Acquires Newport Jazz Audio Library

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Hey they've now added the Cannonball Adderly Quintet as well as The Jazztet from 1960!

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I'm almost certain the Jazztet show floats around in trader circles, and in very good sound, too. But then again, compressed radio might not sound as good as the soundboard.

I don't think I've seen the Cannonball show pop up, however. Might have to spring for that FLAC download.

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This looks interesting...

http://www.wolfgangsvault.com/freddie-hubbard-quintet/concerts/carnegie-hall-july-05-1974.html?utm_source=NL&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=110304

Freddie Hubbard @ Carnegie Hall, July 5, 1974 with Junior Cook, George Cables, Reggie Workman, & Jack DeJohnette.

1. Announcer Introduction 0:22

2. First Light 24:32

3. Song Introduction 0:57

4. Here's That Rainy Day 11:39

5. Song Introduction 0:30

6. Space Track 15:22

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This looks interesting...

http://www.wolfgangs...campaign=110304

Freddie Hubbard @ Carnegie Hall, July 5, 1974 with Junior Cook, George Cables, Reggie Workman, & Jack DeJohnette.

1. Announcer Introduction 0:22

2. First Light 24:32

3. Song Introduction 0:57

4. Here's That Rainy Day 11:39

5. Song Introduction 0:30

6. Space Track 15:22

Wow. Junior on First Light and Space Track! Never heard him open up like this before - amazing.

Edited by Michael Weiss

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RRK at Fillmore East 1971

I'm sure that will be of interest to some people.

Also Bill Evans at Great American Music Hall. However lots of complaints about sound on RRK at Fillmore.

Edited by medjuck

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Listening to the Max Roach set. I need some more Clifford Jordan in my life.

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This looks interesting...

http://www.wolfgangs...campaign=110304

Freddie Hubbard @ Carnegie Hall, July 5, 1974 with Junior Cook, George Cables, Reggie Workman, & Jack DeJohnette.

1. Announcer Introduction 0:22

2. First Light 24:32

3. Song Introduction 0:57

4. Here's That Rainy Day 11:39

5. Song Introduction 0:30

6. Space Track 15:22

Wow. Junior on First Light and Space Track! Never heard him open up like this before - amazing.

Wow! Wow! Wow! And Freddie just kills too ... this is powerful stuff :tup

Edited by Eric

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Mark beat me to it - I suspect there will definitely be some interest in both of these sets.

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There's an allegedly unknown tune in the Roach set which I believe is 'It's Time'. If someone can confirm, I will then shoot them an e-mail.

Bertrand.

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You should listen and tell us.

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it takes literally about 3 seconds, and you'll know that it is.

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So I'm waiting for the Pee Wee Russell with Buck Clayton and Prez from the 1958 Festival. I check every week. (seriously).

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They have not released anything from the 1958 festival so far. I wonder if they have it.

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They have not released anything from the 1958 festival so far. I wonder if they have it.

Arghh!!!

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I must not have been clear.

I listened to it and I knew right away that it was 'It's Time'. I wanted independent confirmation that it was the composition in question so I don't look like an idiot when I e-mail them.

I didn't say 'I heard a rumor that it was 'It's Time', I said that I believe it is 'It's Time'. Wasn't it obvious that it meant I listened to it?

Jeez, get a grip.

Bertrand.

Edited by bertrand

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I listened to it and I knew right away that it was 'It's Time'. I wanted independent confirmation that it was the composition in question so I don't look like an idiot when I e-mail them.

Dude, just tell them the truth, that cut XYZ is "It's Time". Nobody looks like an idiot when they tell the truth.

Well, sometimes they do, but that's not their fault...world gone wrong, etc.

But ok, consider it independently confirmed.

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... and the 2 extended tunes are great. Cowell's "Effi" and Merritt's "Nommo" which is a highlight of Lee Morgan's "Lighthouse" tour de force.

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Thanks, Jim, I will send them an e-mail.

And I will buy the whole concert this w/e.

Bertrand.

PS

Tried to send you a PM, but your box is full. Just to make sure you know that it was not you I was annoyed at.

Edited by bertrand

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Hey, even if it was, I've been married for 28 years and have raised two now-adult kids. At this point, having people be annoyed at me is kinda like Brer' Rabbit & the briar patch, ya' know?

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Finally Wolfgang's has reached back into the vaults instead of all of these 70s performances in non-Newport settings. From 1965:

Johnny Coles and George Coleman with Toshiko, Joe Chambers and Gene Taylor!

Does this mean we'll get more from 1965 sometime soon? Some pretty interesting possibilities

here. How about the Bartz/Gilmore/Morgan edition of the Messengers? :excited:

Edited by Dan Gould

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