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Merge Quintet, Presence.

1 hour ago, soulpope said:

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I was just listening to that this past weekend--got it along with Thembi as part of that great CD twofer Impulse reissue series.

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58 minutes ago, ghost of miles said:

Merge Quintet, Presence.

I was just listening to that this past weekend--got it along with Thembi as part of that great CD twofer Impulse reissue series.

Vintage Pharoah Sanders and (IMO) both excellent ....

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Michel Wintsch / WHO TrioThe Current Underneath (Leo Records)
— Michel Wintsch (piano), Gerry Hemingway (drums), Banz Oester (bass) + Ray Anderson (trombone) on last track.

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1 hour ago, soulpope said:

Vintage Pharoah Sanders and (IMO) both excellent ....

Agreed. If I were to choose just one Pharoah CD for my desert island, it would be that two-fer.

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Duke Ellington - The Private Collection: Volume Seven, Studio Sessions, 1957 & 1962 (Atlantic/Saja)
Tons of great soloing from Paul Gonsalves here -- as well as on many of the other "Private Collection" volumes. :tup 

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Does that show? Its the Steeplechase two-fer Magic in Munich, Cliff Jordan and Cedar, Sam, Smilin' Billy.

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4 hours ago, alankin said:

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.
 

:tup Solid bop.

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Spent yesterday taking the system apart and moving it so that it was ready for a new living room rug which arrived at five, and then I spent the evening putting the system back together.

Finally everything is warmed up again and playing and boy was the music missed!

Now

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Horace Parlan, Hi-Fly (Steeplechase)

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Henri Texier - A Cordes et à Cris (Disques JMS)
Mostly Texier solo with occasional contributions from Gordon Beck, Aldo Romano, Didier Lockwood & Jean-Charles Capon

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Stan Getz / Bob BrookmeyerRecorded Fall 1961 (Verve—Polydor Japan POCJ-2724)
— Bob Brookmeyer - valve trombone; Stan Getz - tenor saxophone; Steve Kuhn - piano; John Neves - double bass; Roy Haynes - drums

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Another Pharoah Sanders platter from the "golden era" ....

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More Texier:

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Henri Texier - Varech (Disques JMS)
Through over-dubbing, Texier plays ALL of the instruments on this LP: double bass, electric bass, oud, flute, bombarde, and percussion. This music very much anticipates Texier's later, "world music"-influenced recordings for Label Bleu.

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James P. Johnson - Giants of Jazz (Time Life)
A few years ago, I digitized the music in this 3-LP set so I could listen at work & in the car.

I'd love to upgrade to the Mosaic set at some point. ;) 

 

 

 

2 hours ago, StarThrower said:

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Terrific!

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