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Finally - for today - another classic .... :

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Wonderful.

Not a surprise, I guess, given the musicians involved. :tup 

 

 

1 hour ago, soulpope said:

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Fulltime powerplay .... as good as it gets ....

Yes indeed!!! :tup 

 

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11 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

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Wonderful.

Not a surprise, I guess, given the musicians involved. :tup 

Was there perhaps more than one CD release of this album? Or just the one on 32 Jazz?

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Just now, erwbol said:

Was there perhaps more than one CD release of this album? Or just the one on 32 Jazz?

I think the only CD release was on 32 Jazz.  Not certain tho'.

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49 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

I think the only CD release was on 32 Jazz.  Not certain tho'.

Had never heard of it. Will hunt down a copy now.

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Below Zero

I have noticed that reed players who play several instruments often stand out on one. For Alan Barnes, I believe that is the baritone saxophone which he plays throughout this record. A very fine recording.   

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Indian Summer in Vienna .... :

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Disc 3 - Bags Groove

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That was the album that made me love and "understand" the Duke's music.

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1 minute ago, mikeweil said:

That was the album that made me love and "understand" the Duke's music.

Never will forget hearing Joe Benjamin`s splendid bass feature (paired with Harry Carney`s stinging baritone saxophone) on "Portrait of Wellman Braud" for the first time .... 

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2005 remaster

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