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On 08/02/2020 at 3:09 PM, John Tapscott said:

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Some excellent Woody Shaw on this, his last studio date (rec. 1987). He never stopped getting better.  

Remember seeing Swainson’s group with Fuller but alas no Henderson and Shaw. Not 100% sure on the rest of the group but hazy memory says Pat La Barbera and Don Thompson.

Agree that that is a very nice CD with excellent work by Shaw and Henderson.

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Sommerset SF-8800 [FSR -517 1986] " The West Coast All-Stars Play TV Jazz Themes" - conducted by Skip Martin - rec. 1960


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Miles Davis "Live/Evil" Stereo/Quad SACD, disc 1 (stereo layer)

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Followed by
Duke Jordan "Flight to Jordan" Blue Note/Analogue Productions SACD

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On 2/8/2020 at 9:21 PM, jlhoots said:

I just get question marks on all 3.

No pics; didn't happen?

Sonny Clark, COOL STRUTTIN'

Blue Gene Tyranny, DETOURS

Craig Taborn / Reid Anderson / Dave King, GOLDEN VALLEY IS NOW

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Morphing, one to another.

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Jeff Parker, Suite for Max Brown (Nonesuch)Image result for Jeff Parker suite for Max brownImage result for roscoe mitchell muhal richard Abrams duets and solos

Roscoe Mitchell & Muhal Richard Abrams, Duets and Solos (Black Saint)

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Compiled as "Emmett Berry - The New York Recordings" by Lonehill Jazz, except for the few tracks without Emmett Berry:

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12 hours ago, jazzbo said:

Miles Davis "Live/Evil" Stereo/Quad SACD, disc 1 (stereo layer)

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Followed by
Duke Jordan "Flight to Jordan" Blue Note/Analogue Productions SACD

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Both, though completly different music, are great. 

Live Evil was Always in the record stores during the 70´s, together with Aghartha and Bitches Brew and Maybe Big Fun. 

The Duke Jordan Album is really a Beauty, I like Duke´s compositons very much. 

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24 minutes ago, Gheorghe said:

Live Evil was Always in the record stores during the 70´s, together with Aghartha and Bitches Brew and Maybe Big Fun. 

 

I know, I bought all of those when they were new 2 LP sets, Miles at that time was my way into jazz.

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Miles Davis "Live/Evil" Stereo/Quad SACD, disc 2 (stereo layer)

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