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Hemphill, Julius - Julius Hemphill - Complete Recordings on Black ...

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Claudia Villela with Ricardo Peixoto "InverseUniverse" . . . I have neglected this one too long, very nice recording, really mellow and intriguing music.

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Followed by Pharoah Sanders "Africa" Timeless Japan cd. It just seemed right after the above. 

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And I was going to put this back on the shelves but had to listen to it again. Such good Paul Gonsalves features!

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Eddie Bert and J.R. Monterose shine on this CD.

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Orchestre National de Jazz/Laurent Cugny "Yesternow"

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Wasn't easy to get but worth the search

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8 minutes ago, Peter Friedman said:

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Ella with that line-up!  :tup:tup:tup 

 

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Louis Hayes/Junior Cook Quintet: At Onkel Pö's Carnegie Hall ...

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'Jack Johnson' followed by 'In A Silent Way'

7 hours ago, felser said:

Hemphill, Julius - Julius Hemphill - Complete Recordings on Black ...

All of it in one sitting?

Some great music across those albums. Abdul Wadud on 'Raw Materials...' a highlight

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1 hour ago, ghost of miles said:

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Waiting for my copy. Currently lost in shipping / tracking hell.

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11 minutes ago, mjazzg said:

All of it in one sitting?

Some great music across those albums. Abdul Wadud on 'Raw Materials...' a highlight

Yes, all in one sitting, AKA "how my ears spent much of my work day".  I was fairly stunned at how much I liked the saxophone only albums, as I was never big on the World Saxophone Quarter, but Hemphill calling all the shots brings a great grace to the proceedings.

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15 minutes ago, felser said:

Yes, all in one sitting, AKA "how my ears spent much of my work day".  I was fairly stunned at how much I liked the saxophone only albums, as I was never big on the World Saxophone Quarter, but Hemphill calling all the shots brings a great grace to the proceedings.

Nicely done Sir.  I think the sax only releases were some of my first Hemphill working backwards in my early Jazz days from Marty Ehrlich. With you on WSQ too.

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56 minutes ago, felser said:

Yes, all in one sitting, AKA "how my ears spent much of my work day".  I was fairly stunned at how much I liked the saxophone only albums, as I was never big on the World Saxophone Quarter, but Hemphill calling all the shots brings a great grace to the proceedings.

I also enjoy that [Hemphill Black Saint / Soul Note] box, generally listen all in one shot. Never heard much of the WSQ, got the impression it wouldn't be to my taste.

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