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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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As good as it gets ....

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Julie London is probably still damned underrated as a singer.  What a shame. 

Nina Simone's version is a favorite as well.

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Jeanne Lee sighting!

Harold Vick is the reason to listen to this record, imo. Otherwise, it's proof that having a good idea is not enough.

But yeah, HArold Vick got a wah-wah and he DOES know how to use it!

But who the hell was Lou Courtney?!?!?!?!? What kind of hustle did THIS guy have going on? Do I really want to know?

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but even more...this whole Riverside/Orpheum thing takes an unexpected turn and Lou Courney and his buddy Robert Bateman are in the mix!

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and Robert Bateman can take us to Trevor Lawrence who certainly DID play on a Marvin Gaye record, oh yes he did!  But, as great as he was on it, can you also hear Harold Vick playing all over in and around Trouble Man? I SURE as hell can!

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So yes, you can use this Compost record to get to the Marvin Gaye record that Harold Vick certainly could have played on to great effect, imo.

Life IS Round!!!!!

 

 

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3 hours ago, Brad said:

my parents there went several times with friends but I was left home

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Posted (edited)

Picture Of Heath

Feelin's

Edited by Tom 1960

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David Boykin Expanse - Hazel Boykin – Big & Fine

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Posted (edited)

Tomorrow Is The Question!

Edited by Tom 1960

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2 hours ago, Tom 1960 said:

Picture Of Heath

:tup:tup:tupunreserved !!!

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totally unplagued!

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This is a really good record.

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Bob Stewart with the Mat Mathews Quintet - Let's Talk About Love (London Dawn)

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Not just a B. B. King CD -- it's a B. B. King CD on which the band included (not just as "special guests", mind you, but on every track) Marcus Belgrave, Hank Crawford, David "Fathead" Newman, Russell Malone (rhythm guitar), Dr. John (Piano), Neil Larsen (Hammond organ), John Heard (bass) Earl Palmer (!!!) (drums) and Lenny Castro (perc.).  I wish a few of the tracks stretched out a little longer and allowed the guys more solo space.  Most of the numbers are in the spirit of Louis Jordan records, so they are jukebox friendly lengths, many under 3 minutes.  They do stretch things out a bit on blues (no surprise) such as "Early In The Mornin'" and "I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts of Town".

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Bill Dixon - November 1981 - Soul Note

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Lee Morgan "City Lights" 24 bit by RVG Blue Note Japan cd
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Followed by
Dario Carnovale/Alessandro Turchet/Luca Colussi "Untitled" Albore Jazz, Japan cd
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