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Underrated Mosaic sets

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11 hours ago, sidewinder said:

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I'd like to think this one is NOT underrated!

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Ha ha, how about the Mobley 60s set?

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14 hours ago, sidewinder said:

and these two..

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The Sarah Vaughan Roulette has had a lot of play, I really like it.

Others that I like that don't  get much mention are  the John Handy Select and  the Lionel Hampton Victor Sessions.

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Mosaic Select 34  Denny Zeitlin ....

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14 minutes ago, soulpope said:

Mosaic Select 34  Denny Zeitlin ....

An outstanding set, for sure. 

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On 3.8.2015 at 1:08 PM, crisp said:

 

Re:The Four Freshmen

I'm usually into this kind of music but I find the Freshmen hard to take at length. The interaction of the voices is not as pleasing to me as it is in, say, the Hi-Los. That upper register is a bit harsh. However, I listen to all my music through a media centre these days and when the odd FF track pops up it can be very pleasing.

It doesn't surprise me that Kenton championed them -- he seemed to like music that tended towards the grating, even though it could be quite enjoyable. 

I like them all the way from the first to the last LP + the additional material on CD's. Its the lonngest  performing vocal group on the scene with many changes after the founding members are gone but still going strong. How many  high praised vocal groups  are vanished from the scene?

Your pers. taste respected but there are fans who have different preferences

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On 11/01/2020 at 1:24 PM, jazzcorner said:

I like them all the way from the first to the last LP + the additional material on CD's. Its the lonngest  performing vocal group on the scene with many changes after the founding members are gone but still going strong. How many  high praised vocal groups  are vanished from the scene?

Your pers. taste respected but there are fans who have different preferences

;-]]

 

Well, yeah, but I don't consider longevity or general popularity when deciding how to respond to an artist -- who does?

In any case what I said here five years ago wasn't a denunciation by any means.

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2 hours ago, crisp said:

Well, yeah, but I don't consider longevity or general popularity when deciding how to respond to an artist -- who does?

In any case what I said here five years ago wasn't a denunciation by any means.

Accepted. I' m  one of those "hard core FF fans" and can listen to them every day.

 

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