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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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I really love Morgan's 50's recordings. This disc21F+o6IjerL._AC_UY218_ML3_.jpg has sidemen such as Clarence Sharpe, Horace Silver, Wilbur Ware, and Philly Joe Jones on 7 tracks. The remaining 3 tracks have Kenny Rodgers (Alto), Hank Mobley, Horace Silver, Paul Chambers and Charlie Persip.

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4 hours ago, John Tapscott said:

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Hi John, are you aware of the most recent release "Just in Time"? The final recording.

Simply marvellous

W.

 

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28 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

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oooh, I didn't know of this recording. How is it?

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8 minutes ago, Coda said:

oooh, I didn't know of this recording. How is it?

First time I’ve played it for at least a decade but enjoying it. Very much of its time (circa 1990).

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3 hours ago, Coda said:

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One of Beirach's best and a personal favorite.  :tup:tup:tup 

 

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This is a CD thatimage.jpg features great jazz from the 40's. The number of musicians who play here in a variety of groups is extremely large. One track even has vocals from both Stan Kenton and Benny Goodman. Another interesting item is that 2 tunes with group titled "Ten Cats And A Mouse" has Peggy Lee on drums.

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Sam Rivers: Zenith (No Business CD)

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Played around with tubes today. Probably shouldn't have, ate up more time than I'd like.

Listened to. . . 

Bill Evans Complete on Verve, disc 10 (Intermodulation with Jim Hall, and A Matter of Conviction material with Gomez and Philly Joe.)

Grateful Dead, "Blues for Allah" Mobile Fidelity SACD. I love the amazing guitar sounds on this album, Jerry enjoying a fantastic instrument and really layering a great tapestry. 

Chick Corea and Origin at the Blue Note, the single disc version. Love this band, great live sound as well.

John Coltrane, "Ballads," Japanese Platinum SHM-CD

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In memory of a great pianist!

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3 hours ago, jazzcorner said:

Hi John, are you aware of the most recent release "Just in Time"? The final recording.

Simply marvellous

W.

 

Yes, I have "Just in Time". Astonishing. Arguably Buddy's best big band recording ever (in the top 3, for sure). Recorded 6 months before his death.   

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Perfect pairing of Rollins with Jim Hall, who is both astonishing at single notes and chords, or best, a mixture of both.

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