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JSngry, 14 Mar 2017
Posted 7 January
Posted 7 January
Very rare early Stereo Big Band recordings on CD - outstanding stereo sounds
a) "Harry James & his Music Makers"" rec. March/April 1955 live at the Hollywood Palladium
b) Les & Larry Elgart "Ain't We Got Fun" rec. February/ March 1955 at the Hollywood Palladium
c) Les Brown and his Band Of Renown " Lullybye In Rhythm" rec. live Dec. 1954 / Jan. 1955 live at the Hollywood Palladium"
The Oracle - Angel Bat Dawid
Here's a nice write up: https://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/angel-bat-dawid-the-oracle/
17 minutes ago, HutchFan said:
I've been on a Stitt kick and was shocked to see this available new from Amazon for $3.31 and eligible for free Prime shipping. I bought the last copy and the price is back up to $12.98 while it is out of stock.
25 minutes ago, soulpope said:
Now, the companion disc:
Charette's new to me... liking what I'm hearing so far. A very subtle player who seems to have listened closely to both Larry Young and Shirley Scott. Will be interested to hear what he sounds like in an ensemble.
Hubert Laws "Afro-Centric." CTI (on BGP cd).
Hubert and his brother Ronnie are two exceptionally gifted technical and expressive players, but with different interests and goals.
I have neglected Hubert's CTI output for a long time and am revisiting it. There's some amazing music on these. This one and the second side of its predecessor, "The Crying Game," really give a 'seventies psychedelic fusion journey with a melding of classical, progressive sounding rock, and jazz. Smart arrangements and the pioneering electronic effects and their use by Laws and engineering really make for special soundscapes.
So I am sure it used to be possible to add Spotify links to posts - with an image and not just a link - but now I caaaaaan't do it. What's the secret?
Bob Dylan "Bringing it all Back Home" Mobile Fidelity mono SACD
Followed by Miles Davis "Milestones" Mobile Fidelity mono SACD
Ok well without a link, enjoying McPhee's Journey to Parazzar on Not Two [edited - duh] - especially for the great John Edwards...
Unsung Dewey Redman gem ....
3 hours ago, soulpope said:
Good blast from the past. Have it on vinyl !
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