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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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11 hours ago, John Tapscott said:

The Artist's Choice: Highlights From Turn Out The Stars

Have the box but do play this "artist's choice" more often ....

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4 hours ago, Marzz said:

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The Henry Threadgill Sextet in full force ....

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Jacques Loussier Trio play Bach No. 1 - 3

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An album I was not aware of before.  And looky here -- some more Bob Brookmeyer on piano!

 

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What a delightful album this is!

And with a band like this, it's no surprise!

Bass – Leonard Gaskin Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Bob Wilber  Drums – Don Lamond Electric Guitar – Mundell Lowe  Piano – Hank Jones, Marty Napoleon  Trombone – Vic Dickenson  Trumpet – Emmett Berry, Ruby Braff Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Roy Eldridge 

 

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Harris Eisenstadt: Old Growth Forest II (Jeb Bishop, Tony Malaby, Jason Roebke) : Astral Spirits CD

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with Michael Moore (cl, b cl, as), Herb Robertson (tr, cor, flgn); David Lopato (p); and Tom Rainey (d)
 

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Coleman Hawkins - Rainbow Mist (Delmark)
 

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On 7/28/2019 at 6:00 AM, soulpope said:

The Henry Threadgill Sextet in full force ....

Yes indeed! :tup

 

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About Grant Green´s "The Latin Bit". It´s interesting how they used Grant Green for so many different Projects , like this latin stuff, than the Western stuff and the "Feelin the Spirit", all of them are nice Albums but I think those that will be spinned most time at least in my case will remain "Idle Moments" and "Solid"

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Another spin for this excellent UK release.

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5 hours ago, Peter Friedman said:

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Nice Album .... btw great cover photography ....

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5 minutes ago, BillF said:

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It´s interesting how Sonny Rollins´ tenure with BN was quite short. Just one year I think.  This Album seems to have been overlooked. It´s a good solid hard bop Album, but I think that from 1956 his Prestige Albums "Tenor Madness" and "Saxophone Collossus" got more Attention. 

I think, that this BN "Vol. 1" was recorded shortly after Clifford Brown´s and Richie Powell´s death, so Maybe it was quite hard for Rollins and Roach to continue…..

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