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Thanks to Ken's sale.  Now the only Magical Trio recording I am missing is Awesome!, the second one Williams did with Brown and Jones.

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4 hours ago, HutchFan said:

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Rahsaan Roland Kirk - (I, Eye, Aye): Live at the Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland, 1972 

👍👍👍 and many more !!!

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The forerunner of the first quintet ! 

Other than on the pre 1955 Recordings, here you allready have the classic harmon mute Sound of Miles on "A Gal from Calico" and "The first time I saw your face before me" , with Red Garland it allready sounds like the later 1956 Prestige Records, and it´s interesting how Miles choose to include at least one tune from the Gillespie Charts, here Night in Tunisia and listen how Miles does the intro, it´s a very individualistic manner how he does it. 

This one allready has Red Garland and Philly Joe Jones, and the choice of Oscar Pettiford before Paul Chambers came in, is an interesting one. 

I purchased it together with the Miles and Milt Jackson Album. I think both of them were japanese Prestige Recordings, in 1978. This second Album also is very interesting with Jackie McLean, two of his tunes, Milt Jackson great as ever, and the very very fine piano of Ray Bryant.

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Philip Catherine, Paulo Morello & Sven Faller -  Manoir de mes Reves (Enja)

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After several weeks of Blue Note only its time for a change. 

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Astonishing stuff.  So is the following.

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6 minutes ago, JohnS said:

After several weeks of Blue Note only its time for a change. 

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Astonishing stuff.  So is the following.

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Great music indeed ....

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52 minutes ago, soulpope said:

Great music indeed ....

Agreed. And an interesting version of "Flowers for Albert" is also on a Henry Grimes CD I have, some live stuff from Finland from about 2005 when I saw them live: Henry Grimes, David Murray and Hamid Drake, wonderful ! 

And since we are talkin also about Sun Ra´s ESP record. And me talkin about Henry Grimes: A good suggest for listening is also Henry Grimes ESP album "The Call" with Perry Robertson and ....... ah....... a drummer I forgot his name.......

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Right now, seems appropriate
Max Roach "We Insist! Max Roach's Freedom Suite"
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4 hours ago, Gheorghe said:

Agreed. And an interesting version of "Flowers for Albert" is also on a Henry Grimes CD I have, some live stuff from Finland from about 2005 when I saw them live: Henry Grimes, David Murray and Hamid Drake, wonderful ! 

And since we are talkin also about Sun Ra´s ESP record. And me talkin about Henry Grimes: A good suggest for listening is also Henry Grimes ESP album "The Call" with Perry Robertson and ....... ah....... a drummer I forgot his name.......

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There's a CD of that Grimes, Drake , Murray from the Kerava Jazz Festival. Very nice indeed.

The drummer on The Call is Tom Price.

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49 minutes ago, ghost of miles said:

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Top notch 70`s Clifford Jordan with the "Magic Tringle" ....

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Disc 4.  I purchased this box 10+ years ago and have never listened to the whole thing.  I have one of the single discs and remember being put off by some of Pepper's nervous banter on the box.  I am enjoying the disc so far (but am still torn.  On one hand, it is 9 discs with the Cables/Mraz/Jones rhythm section, as great a rhythm section as one can find, in fine form.  On the other hand, 9 discs is just so much to take in and I am not sure I'll ever be able to devote enough time to fully appreciate such a huge chunk of material.  Is too much of a good thing an asset or a liability?  

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