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Sometimes you just want to swing...

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Two of my favorite piano trio records:

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2 hours ago, HutchFan said:

Two of my favorite piano trio records:

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Two beauties back-to-back ....

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I have all Lee Morgans from the 50´s and most from the 60´s. This might be the first one, with Clarence "C" Sharp on alto. Nice little record, but the best Morgan from the 50´s I think is "The Cooker". I listen a lot to Lee Morgan right now, since our trumpet player likes him very much and on some of the last occasions we had "Ceora" in our repertory.

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Sun Ra: The Space Age Is Here To Stay

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All of Mike Melito's CD's are highly enjoyable.

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An interesting album.

Azie Mortimer "Soul -- Feelings of Jazz" Bethlehem Records/Solid Records Japan cd

Alto Saxophone – Hilton Jefferson
Alto Saxophone, Clarinet – Phil Woods
Arranged By, Conductor – Mercer Ellington
Baritone Saxophone – Andy Fitzgerald
Bass – Milt Hinton
Bongos – Wm. Rodriguez*
Drums – Charlie Persip
Guitar – Joe Galbraith*, Les Span*, Mundell Lowe
Piano – Jimmy Jones (3)
Producer – Mort Kaplan
Tenor Saxophone – Harold Ashby, Jerome Richardson
Trombone – Britt Woodman, Jimmy Cleveland, Quent Jackson*
Trumpet – Ernest Royal*, Eugene Young, J. Nottingham*, Joe Wilder
Vocals – Azie Mortimer

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Franz Koglmann / Lee Konitz: We Thought About Duke

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Sometimes you just want to swing...

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I'm still recovering from Ed's passing, but with material like this he'll always be with us.  It's nearly 44 years ago this was taped (and I remember being there one of the nights), yet it's still fresh and squeezeably soft and tasty.  It has a delightful version of one of my favourite songs, "It Might As Well Be Spring", which it might actually be in Toronto today...

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11 hours ago, JohnS said:

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Good one. :tup 

 

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