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The Complete Master Jazz Piano Series, Disc 1

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5 hours ago, John Tapscott said:

West Coast Blues!

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Disc 4, In Memory Of, with Blue Mitchell, Curtis Fuller, Herbie Hancock, Bob Cranshaw, Otis Candy Finch and Mickey Roker.

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The Complete Master Jazz Piano Series, Disc 2: Definitely a set that gets lost among the shuffle.  I just noticed that this disc has versions of 'I Got Rhythm' by Claude Hopkins, Cliff Jackson and Sonny White.

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2 hours ago, B. Goren. said:

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Good one ....

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50 minutes ago, John Tapscott said:

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Buster Williams - Griot Liberté (HighNote, 2004)

Outstanding record. One of Buster's very best, IMO.

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After a recent thread on the Board, listening to this one:

 

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Anthony Cox - Dark Metals (Antilles/Minor Music, 1991)
with Dewey Redman

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Cliff Smalls - Caravan: With the Black and Blue offer from jazzmusicdepot, I am trying to decide between this date and the Oliver Jackson date with the same group to join the Sammy Benskin I plan on ordering.   

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I can't listen to this compilation more than 20 minutes. Not my thing.

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18 hours ago, John Tapscott said:

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I wouldn´t say I´m a big Oscar Peterson fan, but this album has a special meaning to me. A friend of mine at high school had it when I was just starting to listen to jazz. See, Oscar Peterson was something that people dug who otherwise didn´t listen to jazz .

But later, just a few years ago I bought the CD just for historical reasons, since I liked it so much when I was still a boy.

 

And I want to say, I like THIS, and "Nighttrain" best. I don´t usually listen much to Peterson, but what I like on those albums is that Mr. Peterson doesn´t "overdo" the stuff. He had a helluva technique, but this here is really a beauty, nice spare piano, things that I can dig after a day of hard work when I maybe dont want to "figure out" heavier stuff like Mingus or Trane or whatever......

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2 hours ago, Gheorghe said:

I wouldn´t say I´m a big Oscar Peterson fan, but this album has a special meaning to me. A friend of mine at high school had it when I was just starting to listen to jazz. See, Oscar Peterson was something that people dug who otherwise didn´t listen to jazz .

But later, just a few years ago I bought the CD just for historical reasons, since I liked it so much when I was still a boy.

 

And I want to say, I like THIS, and "Nighttrain" best. I don´t usually listen much to Peterson, but what I like on those albums is that Mr. Peterson doesn´t "overdo" the stuff. He had a helluva technique, but this here is really a beauty, nice spare piano, things that I can dig after a day of hard work when I maybe dont want to "figure out" heavier stuff like Mingus or Trane or whatever......

Have you listened to Exclusively for My Friends?

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1 hour ago, Coda said:

Randy Sandke - Inside Out

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