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33 minutes ago, EKE BBB said:

Supersax: the Japanese Tour Vol.1

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4 For Trane

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OJC CD

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With lyrics and the right singer, "Afraid Of Love" could become a modern-day (sic) "saloon song".

The whole records reminds me that Duke Person & Stanley Turrentine were not the only people who could make a record of this sound and feel (and Teddy not only served both functions, he just needed two additional horns!) - but that maybe Rudy was the only one who could get the record to sound like tat,

No matter - it's a darn good record!

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Yet another record that younger me failed to appreciate fully, and that older me is enjoying quite a bit.

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OJC jacks up the sequencing of the original LP, which kinda also jacks up the mood of this quite mood-y album, but that's fixable enough.

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With Mal Waldron, Fred Braceful and Raoul Walton.

Did not knew this guy but I am pleasantly surprised. Nice funky modal playing. Braceful is in prime form!

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Two albums of the 70´s with Oscar Peterson involved.

Eddie Lockjaw Davis is one of my favourites, he is so unique. I saw him live on several occasions.

The "In tune" album with the Singers Unlimited sold very well, Many people during that time listened to them, great music, great vocal arrangement and fine contributions by Peterson. 

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7 hours ago, BillF said:
8 hours ago, EKE BBB said:

Supersax: the Japanese Tour Vol.1

 

CD Vol. I and II? Great group

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1 hour ago, soulpope said:

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That’s a great one!

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5 hours ago, JSngry said:

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I've never heard that album -- but the Gregg Smith Singers' LPs of Charles Ives' music are treasures. 

They're the only vocal ensemble I've heard that makes Ives' choral music sound completely "Ivesian" -- with all the jostling and rough edges left intact.

Especially as heard on this LP:

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Just the download, for now.   Haven't received the CD yet.

 

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Wonderful.

 

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Some great music and live atmosphere on this one.

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Marion Brown: Juba Lee

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