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Freddie Hubbard; The Hub Of Hubbard. MPS

Charles Mingus; At Antibes.Atlantic.     

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56 minutes ago, Peter Friedman said:

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Dave Pell Octet – Jazz & Romantic Places [on Jazz for Dancing and Listening] (Atlantic Records / Fresh Sound Records)

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Personnel:
Don Fagerquist - trumpet; Ray Sims - trombone; Dave Pell - tenor saxophone; Bob Gordon - baritone saxophone, bass clarinet; Donn Trenner - piano, celeste; Tony Rizzi - guitar; Buddy Clark - bass; Bill Richmond - drums.
Arangements
Shorty Rogers, Marty Paich, Jack Montrose, Wes Hensel, Johnny Mandel.

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Kenny Werner - Beat Degeneration (Sunnyside)
with Johannes Wiedenmueller & Ari Hoenig

I love this band, this record. 

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Armstrong/Ellington: The Great Summit - CD 2 - The Making of The Great Summit

I know that some people hate false starts, alternate takes, studio talk, etc., but I find these fascinating, enjoyable, and moving.

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4 hours ago, Peter Friedman said:

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Brian Marsella:  Buer: John Zorn's Book of Angels, Volume 31.

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Michael Garrick - Troppo (Argo / Vocalion)
Uncategorizable and wonderfully expressive music.

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Art Pepper - Art Lives (Galaxy)
The 2nd of 3 LPs from Pepper's '81 engagement at the Maiden Voyage club in L.A.

 

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Claude Hopkins - Crazy Fingers (Chiaroscuro)

 

 

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Gabriel Traditiontal Jazz Band/& Friends

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Have this one in the car at the moment - great swinging music, the bass players stand out.

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Earl Hines - Blues In Thirds (Black Lion/da music, 1965)

Plenty of different covers:

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Charles McPherson at his lyrical best - and the superb Elemental Music transfer helps forget the crackling Xanadu vinyl version(s) from the 70`s ....

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Johnny Hodges With Billy Strayhorn And The Orchestra (Verve, 1961)

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An undisputed W-I-N-N-E-R ....

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Roy Haynes, Homecoming (Evidence)

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George WallingtonLive! At Café Bohemia (Prestige Records — OJC Limited Edition Series / Progressive Records)
— Donald Byrd (trumpet), Jackie McLean (alto sax), George Wallington (piano), Paul Chambers (bass), Art Taylor (drums); includes alternate take

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Released in 1955 on the Progressive Records label and reissued in 1970 by Prestige.  This was the first major recording by Byrd and McLean.
 

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