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3 hours ago, John Tapscott said:

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Classic ....

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This was very much discussed among my friends at high School, those who also listened to acoustic jazz. The Milestone label was very much en vogue in those years, and Orrin Keepnews was a genial Producer. The way how he planned McCoys Albums, the different approaches from Trio to larger formations , and the 4 different quartets on each side of a double LP, that was something. 

 

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1 hour ago, Gheorghe said:

This was very much discussed among my friends at high School, those who also listened to acoustic jazz. The Milestone label was very much en vogue in those years, and Orrin Keepnews was a genial Producer. The way how he planned McCoys Albums, the different approaches from Trio to larger formations , and the 4 different quartets on each side of a double LP, that was something. 

 

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The Gomez/DeJohnette sides 👍 ....

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I forgot I had this one

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Bass – Anthony Cox
Drums – Rudy Royston
Guitar – Brandon Ross
Trumpet – Ron Miles

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Another great of McCoy Tyner from the Milestone Years. 

This CD was originalle a double LP, each side another quartet: with Freddie Hubbard, John Abercrombie, Bobby Hutcherson, Arthur Blythe. 

Hot stuff ! 

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LEGENDARY DUO !!

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Classic techno playtime, Polygon Window aka Aphex Twin

This is something extraordinary. Out of this world !

 

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COIN COIN Chapter Four: Memphis

First listen for me. 

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On 27/10/2019 at 8:51 AM, soulpope said:

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:excited:

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7 hours ago, soulpope said:

Also .... :

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Wonderful! :tup

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3 hours ago, Coda said:

COIN COIN Chapter Four: Memphis

First listen for me. 

Mine arrived yesterday. Will listen today.

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Wayne Shorter - Joy Ryder: I am on my second listen since gabbing this on Saturday (along with Phantom Navigator and Etcetera).  It's great to hear the original recording of the title track after having heard Wayne's quartet play it live.  This album is much, much better than Yanow's two-star review.

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Johnny Hartman, "For Trane" Blue Note cd.

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Followed by 
Jefferson Airplane "Surrealistic Pillow" Mobile Fidelity SACD (mono)
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Been too long since I listened to the Pillow.

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