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2 hours ago, soulpope said:

In this case an in-crowd :D ....

I saw Albany play in the early 70s - solo (and untuned) piano in an upstairs room in a Manchester pub. Appearance arranged by British jazz entrepreneur Tony Martin. Did anyone else see the master live or am I the only member of that in-crowd?

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Guus Janssen ———Meeting Points————(bimhaus)

 

A single disc from six different sessions from 1999-2014. Lots of highlights including 3 tracks of a quartet with Michael Moore . Meeting Point the title track comes from a fine duet with Lee Konitz. 

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Two outstanding trio recordings from Enrico Pieranunzi:

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9 hours ago, Justin V said:

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Disc 2 again.  This is available for $30.49 as an Amazon download, but I'm glad I shelled out the extra $20 for the physical set.  Prime Turrentine.  I am looking forward to hearing the rest.

On to Disc 3.  :wub:

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The Big Sound of Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials (Alligator)

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10 hours ago, BillF said:

I saw Albany play in the early 70s - solo (and untuned) piano in an upstairs room in a Manchester pub. Appearance arranged by British jazz entrepreneur Tony Martin. Did anyone else see the master live or am I the only member of that in-crowd?

I remember reading about his UK touring of that time in Jazz Journal. About the same time Al Haig was touring over here I think.

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2 hours ago, sidewinder said:

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:tup:tup:tup!!!

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9 hours ago, sidewinder said:

I remember reading about his UK touring of that time in Jazz Journal. About the same time Al Haig was touring over here I think.

 

9 hours ago, sidewinder said:

Yes, I saw Haig too, "saw" being the operative word as Band on the Wall was so full that I got inside the street door but no further - the maestro was almost out of earshot! :huh:

 

 

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an intense, endless seduction totally lacking in the ability to consummate.

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16 hours ago, BillF said:

I saw Albany play in the early 70s - solo (and untuned) piano in an upstairs room in a Manchester pub. Appearance arranged by British jazz entrepreneur Tony Martin. Did anyone else see the master live or am I the only member of that in-crowd?

I knew Joe pretty well and saw him frequently - he even had a regular solo gig for a while at the top of the World Trade Center - also, he played at my wedding in 1982. I loved Joe, though he could be difficult, and he had these little gaps that caused him to get lost in the music from time to time. I still have some nice tapes of him playing solo. Funny, smart guy who just did too many drugs (he enjoyed telling me about the horse tranguilizer he took, and about sharing needles with Bird).

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2 hours ago, John Tapscott said:

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Awesome Red. Actually, there is very little Red that isn't. 

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Needed a bit of this proven medicine ....

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