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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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Gosh, I just LOVE this album.  I keep coming back to listen to it on YouTube every few days lately:

Mr. Sullivan, on this album, displays the ideal mix of genuine artistry and unabashed showmanship which is right in my listening zone.  If this album has not been reissued on CD, then it is certainly a buried jazz treasure.  If you don't have time to listen to the whole album right now, the above video is cued up to a joyous little audio portrait sure to put a smile on the face of any one who has/has had a little four-legged, furry friend, "Frolicking Fido".  After that's over, you may as well stick around for the last tune, a swinging, sumptuous "Keepin' Out of Mischief". 

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Had to listen to another Wilen after last night's SACD. 
 
Barney Wilen with the Mal Waldron Trio "Movie Themes from France"
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Followed by Milt Jackson "At the Museum of Modern Art"
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Maynard, Newport 1959

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Maynard Ferguson - trumpet, conductor;

Don Sebesky, Slide Hampton, Charles Greenlee - trombone;

Jerry Tyree; Don Ellis, Chet Ferretti - trumpet

Jimmy Ford - alto sax; Wayne Shorter - tenor sax; Willie Maiden - tenor sax; Frank Hittner - baritone sax;

Joe Zawinul - piano; Jimmy Rowser - bass; Frankie Dunlop - drums

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Could not find an image for this CD.

Frank Tenot presents ...

Harry Edison Six - How Long, How long Blues - ZYX Music VILCD 1004-2

with: Mike Wofford (piano), Curtis Pearger (alto sax), Keter Betts (Bass), Harry Edison (trumpet),  Bobby Durham (drums), Snooky Young (trumpet)

Recorded : March 11 & 12, 1991

Produced by Norman Granz

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Spent some time with Mr. Bob Dorough earlier this week:

Just About Everything Devil May Care Bob Dorough Trio & Special Guests Live at the Deer Head Inn

 

 

Now listening to:

Sonny Stitt and The Top Brass

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Miles Davis "Bitches Brew" recent Sony SACD (Stereo layer, not Quad layer). Disc 2

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Yet another French stride piano master!

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JImmy Giuffre - Free Fall (Columbia)

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Tito Puente: Top Percussion. I've always love this album

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6 hours ago, Peter Friedman said:

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Wonderful album with a special story for me, since it was just the second Mingus album I got, more than 40 years ago. Wendesday Night Prayer Meeting fascinated me from the first moment on, everything, Cryin´Blues, Moanin´ , E´s flat A´s flat too........

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9 hours ago, JSngry said:

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Superb Deep Soul ....

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3 hours ago, Gheorghe said:

Wonderful album with a special story for me, since it was just the second Mingus album I got, more than 40 years ago. Wendesday Night Prayer Meeting fascinated me from the first moment on, everything, Cryin´Blues, Moanin´ , E´s flat A´s flat too........

My first heard Mingus album too. It was in 1961 when I was at university.

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Mosaic Sextet

Disc 1

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I had the BN-LA double album "Paul Chambers-John Coltrane High Step"  with the complete Westcoast Session (Quartet with Trane, Philly J.J. and Kenny Drew),  ony parts of the "Whims of Chambers" which actually was the BN record, and the three tracks for the Transition label.

Later I purchased the "Whims of Chambers" and then the japanes Cardboard of "Chamber´s Music" which features also as bonus tracks the three Transition tunes .

I always have loved those strong titles, wonderful music.

Then, in the second half of the 70´s I was just at the beginning of my career as a jazz fan (and part time player) and didn´t know much more than Miles and Mingus. So, when I saw that double LP with those players I had on the Miles "Steamin" (Trane, Paul, Philly J.J.) I said to myself this must be good if it´s the "Davis Crew" :D

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cd, one euro find thriftshop ! very nice . . .

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Cannonball Adderley "Cannonball's Bossa Nova" Riverside OJC cd.

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