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Ernie Henry - The Last Sessions (2 LPs On 1 CD) - Amazon.com Music

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excellent extraordinary acid deep-house track on this one. Something utterly unique.

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The Glad to Be Unhappy sessions: My library used to have a subscription to a service that allowed for streaming and up to 5 downloads a week.  Between our two accounts, this was one of several box sets I downloaded.  With the new Desmond Mosaic out, I realized that I never listened to this whole set.  Although having this set means I have a healthy chunk of Desmond, the thought of hearing that much Ed Bickert is very tempting.

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Sonny Criss - Live in Italy - Blue Sounds

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7 hours ago, BillF said:

Yes, some nice things in that Jam Session series.

That one is particularly good. Jim Pugh trombonist is excellent. 

Now:

Classmasters

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2 hours ago, felser said:

Sonny Criss - Live in Italy - Blue Sounds

Did you get this cuz of my BFT?

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31 minutes ago, John Tapscott said:

That one is particularly good. Jim Pugh trombonist is excellent. 

Now:

Classmasters

I recall Jim Pugh from way back in the days of the Thad/Mel Orch.

The Rhyne is a good 'un, too.

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1 hour ago, Dan Gould said:

Did you get this cuz of my BFT?

Yes, thank you!

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4 hours ago, felser said:

Sonny Criss - Live in Italy - Blue Sounds

I bought this many years ago and didn't like the audio fidelity. I just payed it off of You Tube and while I can enjoy it a bit more and can see why people are digging it, it's still pretty lousy audio.

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12 minutes ago, bresna said:

I bought this many years ago and didn't like the audio fidelity. I just payed it off of You Tube and while I can enjoy it a bit more and can see why people are digging it, it's still pretty lousy audio.

It is, but I've certainly heard much worse (this is not bootleg sound, just poorly recorded), and Criss's performance is incendiary.

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Listening to this for the first time since the early 2000's when I promptly discarded it. The only fault I really see in this is the raps. They are poor at best, especially give how creative hip hop was becoming in the early 90's. I wonder what the final product would have been if Miles was there to see this project through. The one thing I have been struck by is how effortless and inventive Miles was without the interplay of a band. really interesting and impressive stuff. Its also intriguing how he was melding the two genres in a similar concept but vastly different way than Steve Coleman was. This made me pull out Hami The Funky Descendant to play next

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Howard Rumsey's Lighthouse All-Stars - In The Solo Spotlight!
The Lennie Niehaus Octet ‎– Zounds!
David Bowie - Heathen

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Ithis is a darn good record. I didn't realize how much I missed hearing George Adams until I started listening top him again.

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9 hours ago, JSngry said:

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Ithis is a darn good record. I didn't realize how much I missed hearing George Adams until I started listening top him again.

Always underrated. It's got a great, very full, sound for an album from the early 80s.  Pullen is good on it too.

 

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