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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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23 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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Agreed. I have the Finnish cd - excellent music.   For an odd version of Flowers try  the Skatalites with Murray.

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Nigel Price Organ Trio + Vasilis Xenopoulos.  Live At The Crypt.   A new release from  one of the UK's best groups. If you don't know Price he's worth a punt.

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Bill Evans - The Secret Sessions, Disc 6: I've been on an Evans kick.  I sometimes am tempted to sell this and then go back to it, listen past the varying sound quality and change my mind.

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More Louis Hayes in the 1970s:

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One of my pickups from Ken :tup

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Ronnie Mathews Trio - Selena's Dance (Timeless, 1989)

 

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23 hours ago, soulpope said:

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

This very thread is what hipped me to the set in the first place!

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From the great period of Legacy reissues, an underrated album, I think:

 

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Elvin Jones - Merry Go Round (Blue Note, 1972)

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4 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

More Elvin.

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Burning stuff ....

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Just now, soulpope said:

Burning stuff ....

Oh yeah. It's one of Elvin's strongest records, I think.

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2 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

Oh yeah. It's one of Elvin's strongest records, I think.

Agreed .... together with the two Garrison/Farrell platters ....

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4 hours ago, John Tapscott said:

Prime Time

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