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Improvisation Four - for guitarist/composer Merle Haggard.

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Johnny "Guitar" Watson

"Ruben"!!!
 

 

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Bill Evans - New Jazz Conceptions: I'd been curious about this album for a long time and gave it a listen on Amazon before tracking down the K2.

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Coleman Hawkins - Rainbow Mist (Delmark)

 

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1 hour ago, Chuck Nessa said:

Improvisation Four - for guitarist/composer Merle Haggard.

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My copy is on the way. Looking forward to it.

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Frank Morgan & Bud Shank - Quiet Fire (Contemporary)

with George Cables, John Heard & Jimmy Cobb

 

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6 hours ago, ghost of miles said:

Steeplechase order just arrived! :excited: 🎉 

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I love those Steeplechase live albums of Dexter. Recently listened to "I want more" which is great. "Cheese Cake" is also one I love very much. 

9 hours ago, soulpope said:

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Great record and very interesting since it seems to be the only occasions where Bud played "Stockholm" (a wonderful version) and "Satin Doll" . This is one of the most brilliant trio recordings. And the good thing is it has a drummer one can HEAR. Not like many of his mid 50´s recordings where you don´t hear what the drummer does.

Do you also have "Writin´ for Duke" on Mythic Sound, which is from the same session ? (unissued material). 

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1 minute ago, Gheorghe said:

I love those Steeplechase live albums of Dexter. Recently listened to "I want more" which is great. "Cheese Cake" is also one I love very much. 

Great record and very interesting since it seems to be the only occasions where Bud played "Stockholm" (a wonderful version) and "Satin Doll" . This is one of the most brilliant trio recordings. And the good thing is it has a drummer one can HEAR. Not like many of his mid 50´s recordings where you don´t hear what the drummer does.

Do you also have "Writin´ for Duke" on Mythic Sound, which is from the same session ? (unissued material). 

Yes do have "Writin' For Duke" and loving it ....

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Paul Bley - Solo Piano: Open to Love (ECM)

 

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More Paul Bley:

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Paul Bley / Gary Peacock - Partners (Owl)

Superb.

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1 hour ago, HutchFan said:

More Paul Bley:

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Paul Bley / Gary Peacock - Partners (Owl)

Superb.

Agreed ....

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3 minutes ago, JohnS said:

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Blue Note winners back-to-back ....

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Lee Konitz, Michel Petrucciani - Toot Suite (Owl)

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Listened this morning to:

Stan Getz and Joao Gilberto, "Getz/Gilbrerto" Verve SACD

Dom Um Romao "Lake of Perseverance" cd

Chet Baker "Peace" Enja cd

Andrew Hill "Black Fire" 80th Anniversary Blue Note Japan cd

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