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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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Piero Umiliani ‎– Ode To Duke Ellington (Easy Tempo, 2000)

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Harold Vick ‎– Steppin' Out! (Blue Note, 1963)

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Sounds today better then ever  ....

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1 hour ago, soulpope said:

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Sounds today better then ever  ....

:tup:tup

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Sounds Of Liberation (Corbett Vs. Dempsey)

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Disc 6 - Kenny Burrel(1961)  and   Coleman Hawkins & Clark Terry (1962)

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I think Vic Juris is one of the hidden gems in jazz.   That's a great recording Kinutu.

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A big reason why I love record stores: Filling in gaps.  Who knows when I would've checked out Kid Ory had I not picked this one (for $2) from several options.

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Thelonious Monk - The Complete London Collection (Black Lion)
Disc 2 - Trio tracks with Al McKibbon & Art Blakey

 

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More Monk:

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I love these recordings from the Five Spot with Johnny Griffin.

 

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41WV1PTHJ6L._AC_UY218_QL90_.jpgA very fine CD. Jacquet is at his best on these tracks from 1951 -1958.

An added bonus are the delightful piano solos on some of the tunes by Carl Perkins. Carl's solo on Honeysuckle Rose is especially outstanding. 

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