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"The Chronogical Louis Armstrong 1937-1938"

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Stanley Turrentine "Aint no Way' blue Note EMI cd

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"Miles Davis at Fillmore" Sony 1997 20 bit LP facsimile cd edition.

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On a bit of an Oregon kick lately:

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1 hour ago, Peter Friedman said:

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Those three trio records on Red are excellent. 👍

 

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Three sessions from 1944. Some fine  playing by Don Byas, Ray Nance, Johnny Hodges Barney Bigard and Aaron Sachs along with Eddie Heywood, John Simmons and Shely Manne.

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Bob Dylan "The Times They Are-A Changing" Mono SACD, Mobile Fidelity Lab

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I just adore "The Ballad of Hollis Brown," the highlight of this one for me.

Followed by
Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass "Take Love Easy" Pablo cd. Holy cow. I've ignored late Ella too long, she's amazing on this, and Joe delivers the goods!

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Alto Saxophone – Donald Harrison Bass – Lonnie Plaxico Drums – Art Blakey Piano – Mulgrew Miller Tenor Saxophone – Jean Toussaint Trumpet – Terence Blanchard Recorded March 17, 1985 at Studio 44, Monster, Netherlands

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Art Blakey - drums Bill Hardman - trumpet Ladji Camara - flute, vocals (on 7) David Schnitter - tenor saxophone Albert Dailey - piano Chin Yoshio Suzuki - bass

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4 hours ago, jazzbo said:

Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass "Take Love Easy" Pablo cd. Holy cow. I've ignored late Ella too long, she's amazing on this, and Joe delivers the goods!

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Don't miss out on seeing the two of them perform together:

This was my favorite of the albums they made together:

 

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8 hours ago, erwbol said:

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MFSL CD with original Teo Macero mix.

Nice sound ....

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