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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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Includes a particularly lovely version of "Stairway to the Stars."
 

Nice band too: Illinois Jacquet, Hank Jones, either Kenny Burrell or Jim Hall, Milt Hinton, and Elvin Jones.

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9 hours ago, HutchFan said:

NP:

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Archie Shepp on the crossroads to his "neoclassicistic" phase .... underappreciated Enja gem ....

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Yesterday evening .... :

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Enhanced brass with punch ....

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Wayne Shorter, Night Dreamer (Blue Note,1964) - with Lee Morgan, McCoy Tyner, Reggie Workman, Elvin Jones.

Always wondered why Tyner was relegated to "etc." on the front cover...

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Fantastic Ornette Coleman, after decades again with the Original Quartet and the great Prime Tune. Some tunes are played as by the quartet as by Prime Time, which is particularly interesting. 

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Seem to have picked up my first bad cold of the year and so I've been banned to the upstairs and get to listen to some music. I have the seventeenth disc of the "Complete Bill Evans on Verve" going ("From Left to Right" and extra material), which is "easy listening" in so many ways, which is nice for me right now as I need to take it easy. . . .

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Gil Melle "Quadrama" Prestige OJC cd

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Great work from Joe Cinderella here. (And Gil Melle.)

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Seems like flat transfers, but the music is pretty fine.

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