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Hi David

Just sent message on the Benny Golson, Alex Sipigan and George Cables CDs. Thanks Bob

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Up for the last time, I really mean it this time.......

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Stanley Cowell "Regeneration"
Dizzy Gillespie "Dizzy in South America" Volume 1
Dizzy Gillespie "Dizzy in South America" Volume 2
Elvin Jones "Live at the Lighthouse" Volume 1
Elvin Jones "Live at the Lighthouse" Volume 2
Dodo Marmarosa "Piano Moods" (Japanese)
Shirley Scott "On a Clear Day"

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$5: David Hazeltine "Manhattan Autumn"
Lee Konitz "Motion"
$3: Jack Wilson "Easterly Winds" (Japanese)
$2: Clifford Jordan "Glass Bead Games"
Charlie Parker, "Swedish Schnapps"
Cedar Walton, "At Maybeck"
Shelly Manne and his Men, "At the Blackhawk vol. 3"
Shelly Manne and his Men, "At the Blackhawk vol. 4"

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I definitely want this one:

Curtis Counce "Landslide"

I am going to go through the list for others.

Kevin

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My total list:

Curtis Counce "Landslide" (I would love it if you had "Carl's Blues" and "Sonority" as well)

Billy Harper "If Our Hearts Could Only See" (Japanese)

Scott Wendholt "Through the Shadows" (Criss Cross)

​Scott Wendholt "The Scheme of Things" (Criss Cross)

Clifford Jordan "Highest Mountain"

Billy Harper "Somalia" (hole punch in bar code)
Billy Harper "Soul of an Angel"
Tommy Flanagan "Overseas"

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My total list:

Curtis Counce "Landslide" (I would love it if you had "Carl's Blues" and "Sonority" as well)

Billy Harper "If Our Hearts Could Only See" (Japanese)

Scott Wendholt "Through the Shadows" (Criss Cross)

​Scott Wendholt "The Scheme of Things" (Criss Cross)

Clifford Jordan "Highest Mountain"

Billy Harper "Somalia" (hole punch in bar code)
Billy Harper "Soul of an Angel"
Tommy Flanagan "Overseas"

Just got around to sifting through David's lists, and then all of the reply posts afterward. Conclusion: Kevin has excellent taste as all, or all but one, of the titles I selected are listed above.

Must strike sooner! :)

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Ron Carter - Meets Classic $2

Cedar Walton - At Good Day Club $2

Elmo Hope - Trio and Quintet $2

Larry Young - Into Somethin' $2

Chris Anderson - Live at Bradley's $2

EDIT: And Clifford Jordan - Magic in Munich $2

So many great options at very reasonable prices.

Edited by Justin V

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The Three Sounds "Babe's Blues"

Duke Pearson "Tender Feelin's" (Japanese)
Duke Pearson "Profile" (Japanese)
Wynton Kelly "It's All Right"
Milt Jackson "Bags' Opus"
Paul Chambers "Chambers' Music"
Kenny Burrell "Guitar Forms"
Art Blakey "Paris 1958"
Thelonious Monk Quartet with John Coltrane "At Carnegie Hall" ($4)
Miles Davis "Birdland 1951" ($4)
Ray Brown "Bass Hit" ($5)

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I received the 3 CDs I purchased on 3/23- all in fine shape. (Jazz at Massey Hall, Red Norvo Trio & Feldman Latinsville!).

Fast delivery!

Dan (Stonewall15)

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Received mine yesterday, (as you may know David.) Really loving the Point of Departure discs, though I listen to "Venture Inward" before the live date as that's where they fall chronologically. Thanks again :)

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My shipment arrived today, in good condition.

It's funny, the associations you make with certain releases. I saw The 3 Sounds "Babe's Blues" at the Borders in the World Trade Center. It looked interesting, and I made a mental note to maybe get it someday. So when I see Babe's Blues, I think of that Borders and of the WTC.

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Got mine, should keep me happily busy for awhile !

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My first batch arrived today, three(!) days after I ordered it. As I am a big fan of Ron Carter and can't resist a good deal, I've sent a PM on:

Ron Carter - When Skies Are Grey

Ron Carter - Third Plane

Ron Carter - Mr. Bow-tie

Ron Carter - Orfeu

Ron Carter - So What

Ron Carter - The Bass and I

Ron Carter - Brandenburg Concerto

Ron Carter & Helen Merrill - Duets

Ron Carter - Plays Bach

Ron Carter - Etudes

Ron Carter - Patrao

Ron Carter - Piccolo

Art Blakey - At the Jazz Corner of the World ($3)

Tommy Flanagan - Lonely Town

Richard Wyands - Lady of the Lavender Mist

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CDs arrived safely this morning. Thanks!

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Pat Metheny - Rejoicing
Bobby Hutcherson - Cruisin' the Bird
Bobby Hutcherson - Ambos Mundos
Cedar Walton - Among Friends
Charles McPherson - Con Alma
Barry Harris - Luminescence

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David;

Just paid you thru Paypal.

Many thanks!

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My first batch arrived today, three(!) days after I ordered it. As I am a big fan of Ron Carter and can't resist a good deal, I've sent a PM on:

Ron Carter - When Skies Are Grey

Ron Carter - Third Plane

Ron Carter - Mr. Bow-tie

Ron Carter - Orfeu

Ron Carter - So What

Ron Carter - The Bass and I

Ron Carter - Brandenburg Concerto

Ron Carter & Helen Merrill - Duets

Ron Carter - Plays Bach

Ron Carter - Etudes

Ron Carter - Patrao

Ron Carter - Piccolo

Art Blakey - At the Jazz Corner of the World ($3)

Tommy Flanagan - Lonely Town

Richard Wyands - Lady of the Lavender Mist

Plays Bach, have fun with that one!!! :D That album was the subject of a LEGENDARY rant by our own Jim Sangrey, back in the days of the Blue Note board, I was like on the floor when I read that. I love Ron and give hm credit for always following his muse, but I heard a bit of that and it really didn't work for me. That is a great selection of Ron's albums though!, I always meant to dive into a few of his leader dates. I just have a couple of them. I really liked what I heard of "Dear Miles" a few years back but I never picked it up.

Edited by CJ Shearn

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Cannonball Adderley "Adderley and Strings" (Japanese)

Cannonball Adderley "Radio Nights"

Nancy Wilson/Cannonball Adderley

Cleanhead & Cannonball

The Cannonball Adderley Collection Volume 2 "Cannonball's Bossa Nova"

Cannonball Adderley "Alabama Concerto"

Chris Anderson "Live at Bradley's"

Bobby Broom "Modern Man"

Ray Brown Milt Jackson "Much in Common" (2 CDs)

Ray Brown "Something for Lester"

Ray Bryant Trio (Prestige)(Japanese)

Charlie Byrd "Bossa Nova Pelos Passaros"

Charlie Byrd "Byed at the Gate"

Donald Byrd "Groovin' for Nat"

Ron Carter & Jim Hall "Alone Together"

Paul Chambers "Go" (Japanese)(2 CDs)

Chick Corea "The Song of Singing"

Stanley Cowell "Live at Maybeck Recital Hall"

Lou Donaldson "Hot Dog"

Kenny Drew Trio (Riverside)(Japanese)

Billy Eckstine & Quincy Jones "At Basin Street"

Bill Evans "Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz"

Bill Evans "Sunday at the Village Vanguard"

Bill Evans "Since We Met"

The Tony Bennett Bill Evans Album

Bill Evans Eddie Gomez "Montreux III"

Tommy Flanagan "Thelonica"

Grant Green "Feelin' the Spirit"

Grant Green "His Majesty King Funk" and Donald Byrd "Up, Up, Up"

Grant Green "The Latin Bit" (Japanese)

Al Haig Trio (Period/Fresh Sound)

Al Haig Trio (Esoteric/Fresh Sound)

Al Haig "Today!"

Barry Harris "At the Jazz Workshop" (Japanese)

Johnny Hartman "I Dropped by to Say Hello"

Hampton Hawes "Bird Song"

Eddie Higgins "Haunted Heart"

Bobby Hutcherson "Medina"

Milt Jackson Quintet "Live at the Village Gate"

Milt Jackson "Bags' Opus"

Milt Jackson "Reverence"

Milt Jackson "Burnin' in the Woodhouse"

Milt Jackson "The Big 3"

Eddie Jefferson "Come Along With Me"

J.J. Johnson "Jay & Kai +6" and "In Person" (Collectables)

Elvin Jones and Richard Davis "Heavy Sounds"

Elvin Jones "Puttin' it Together"

Elvin Jones "Youngblood"

Philly Joe Jones "Showcase"

Clifford Jordan "These Are My Roots"

Wynton Kelly "Blues on Purpose"

Wynton Kelly "It's All Right"

Wynton Kelly "Kelly Great" (Japanese)

Wynton Kelly "Piano"

Wynton Kelly "Kelly Blue"

Wynton Kelly "Piano Interpretations" (Japanese)

Barney Kessell The Poll Winners "Straight Ahead"

Barney Kessell The Poll Winners "Exploring the Scene"

Barney Kessell "The Poll Winners Three"

Barney Kessell "The Poll Winners Ride Again"

Barney Kessell "The Poll Winners"

Harold Land "The Fox"

John Lewis "The Wonderful Word of Jazz"

Abbey Lincoln "Abbey is Blue"

Johnny Lytle "Nice and Easy"

Johnny Lytle "The Village Caller"

Junior Mance "Junior's Blues"

The Mastersounds

Howard McGee "Night Music" (Japanese)

Jackie McLean "Dynasty"

Jackie McLean "Rites of Passage"

Jackie McLean "Alto Madness"

Jackie McLean "The New Tradition"

Charles McPherson "Horizons"

Helen Merrill (Emarcy)(Japanese)

Mulgrew Miller "Wingspan"

George Shearing and The Montgomery Brothers

The Montgomery Brothers "Groove Yard"

The Montgomery Brothers "In Canda" (Japanese)

Monk Montgomery "It's Never Too Late"

Wes Montgomery "Live in Paris 1965"

Wes Montgomery "Far Wes"

Wes Montgomery "Fingerpickin'"

Phineas Newborn "The Great Jazz Piano of"

Phineas Newborn "A World of Piano"

Phineas Newborn "Please Send Me Someone to Love" (Japanese)

The Red Norvo Trio "The Savoy Sessions"

Red Norvo's Fabulous Jam Session (Japanese)

Duke Pearson "Prarie Dog"

Oscar Pettiford "Discoveries"

Oscar Pettiford "Jazz Legacy Baden Baden"

Oscar Pettiford "Bass by Pettiford/Burke" (Japanese)

Oscar Pettiford "Bass Hits"

Oscar Pettiford "The New Oscar Pettiford Sextet"

Dave Pike "Pike's Peak"

Freddie Redd "San Francisco Suite"

Max Roach and Clifford Brown "In Concert"

The Max Roach Trio Featuring the Legendary Hasaan

Max Roach "Speak Brother Speak"

Lucky Thompson "Tricotism"

The Three Sounds "Introducing"

The Three Sounds "Babe's Blues"

McCoy Tyner & Bobby Hutcherson "Manhattan Moods"

McCoy Tyner "Focal Point"

McCoy Tyner "Plays Ellington"

Miroslav Vitous "Emergence"

George Wallington "Live at the Cafe Bohemia" (Japanese)

Cedar Walton "My Funny Valentine"

Cedar Walton "St. Thomas"

Cedar Walton "The Trio" Volume 1

​Cedar Walton "The Trio" Volume 2

​Cedar Walton "The Trio" Volume 3

​Cedar Walton "Manhattan Afternoon"

​Cedar Walton "At Maybeck"

​Cedar Walton "At Good Day Club" (Japanese)

Cedar Walton Eastern Rebellion "Mosaic"

Cedar Walton "Soul Cycle"

Cedar Walton "Naima"

Buster Williams "Something More"

Mary Lou Williams & Cecil Taylor "Embraced"

Tony Williams "Foreign Intrigue"

Phil Woods "The Young Bloods"

Gerald Wilson Big Band "Moment of Truth"

Reuben Wilson "Blue Mode"

Lem Winchester and the Ramsey Wilson Trio

Larry Young "Into Somethin'" (Japanese)

Weary Blues with Langston Hughes, Charles Mingus and Leonard Feather

Gretsch Drum Night at Birdland (Art Blakey, Charlie Persip, Elvin Jones and Philly Joe Jones)

Kenny Dorham "Short Story"

Kenny Dorham "Matador/Inta Somethin'"

Charles Earland "Intensity"

Bill Evans "Crosscurrants"

Sam Jones "Down Home"

Sam Jones "Soul Society"

Sam Jones "The Chant"

Harold Mabern "Wailin'"

MJT +3

MJT +3 "Message from Walton Street"

Lee Morgan "Last Session"

Duke Pearson Nonet "Honeybuns"

Dizzy Reece "Blues in Trinity"

Miroslav Vitous "Infinite Search"

Cedar Walton "Spectrum"

Cedar Walton "Cedar"

Tony Williams Lifetime "Emergency"

Jack Wilson "Easterly Winds" (Japanese)

Reuben Wilson "Love Bug"

Larry Young "Groove Street"

Larry Young "Testifying"

Larry Young "Groove Street"

Joe Zawinul " The Rise & Fall of the Third Stream" and "Money in the Pocket"

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