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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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Maria Schneider: Data Lords - both CDs

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Mal Waldron - Mal Waldron Plays the Blues (Enja)

 

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Manfred Schoof, Akira Sakata, Yosuke Yamashita, Takeo Moriyama - Distant Thunder (Enja)

 

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Before the wheels fell off of the world, I saw Reid in November, Barron in January and Lewis in February.

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Tatsuya Takahashi & The Tokyo Union - Scandinavian Suite composed by Bingo Miki

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9 hours ago, sonnyhill said:

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Mal Waldron - Mal Waldron Plays the Blues (Enja)

 

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Manfred Schoof, Akira Sakata, Yosuke Yamashita, Takeo Moriyama - Distant Thunder (Enja)

 

Triple thumbs up, times two.

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Anointed with oil on troubled waters -

Oh heavenly grid, help us bear up they standards, our chevron flashing bright across the gulf of compromise, standing humble on the rich field of mobile American thinking here in this shell we call life.

Angels 3

Devils

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Bunk Johnson, The King of the Blues (American Music)Image result for Bunk Johnson the king of the blues

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I finished the Kenny Barron album and decided to go with another Philly great.

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Andrew Cyrille & Maono - Metamusicians' Stomp (Black Saint)

Tremendous.

 

 

2 hours ago, JSngry said:

Anointed with oil on troubled waters -

Oh heavenly grid, help us bear up they standards, our chevron flashing bright across the gulf of compromise, standing humble on the rich field of mobile American thinking here in this shell we call life.

Angels 3

Devils

That particular benediction -- and box score -- is new to me.

;) 

 

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Lines of Reason

David Alan Gross was so freaking good. I wish there was more recordings available. 

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More Philly greatness, with a bonus session with Bobby Timmons.

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53 minutes ago, jcam_44 said:

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Lines of Reason

David Alan Gross was so freaking good. I wish there was more recordings available. 

I am definitely a fan of Michael Cochrane. Were you aware of their second recording with Mr. Gross?

 

http://www.linesofreason.net/recordings.php

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Buddy Terry - Pure Dynamite (Mainstream, 1972)

This is really, really good. ... Not surprising, perhaps, given the ridunkulous line-up of young up-and-comers supporting Terry.  Eddie Henderson, Woody Shaw, Kenny Barron, Joanne Brackeen, Buster Williams, Stanley Clarke, Billy Hart, Lenny White, Airto Moreira, and Mtume.  In other words, a Seventies dream band.

 

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So relaxed !

 

And one track with Mingus on piano.....

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The Jazz Messengers at the Cafe Bohemia, Vol. 2, 24 bity by RVG Japan cd

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followed by
Sonny Rollins "After the Bridge," Japan 2 cd set, disc 2

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And then 
Chris Anderson "Love Locked In" Mapleshade Audio cd

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14 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

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Buddy Terry - Pure Dynamite (Mainstream, 1972)

This is really, really good. ... Not surprising, perhaps, given the ridunkulous line-up of young up-and-comers supporting Terry.  Eddie Henderson, Woody Shaw, Kenny Barron, Joanne Brackeen, Buster Williams, Stanley Clarke, Billy Hart, Lenny White, Airto Moreira, and Mtume.  In other words, a Seventies dream band.

Yep ....

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37 minutes ago, Dan Gould said:

I am definitely a fan of Michael Cochrane. Were you aware of their second recording with Mr. Gross?

 

http://www.linesofreason.net/recordings.php

I was not!!! I have ordered it from his site. Thanks for the heads up! I also ordered Michael Cochrane with Lines if Reason - MC2001 on the off chance Mr. Gross is on it too! 

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3 minutes ago, jcam_44 said:

I was not!!! I have ordered it from his site. Thanks for the heads up! I also ordered Michael Cochrane with Lines if Reason - MC2001 on the off chance Mr. Gross is on it too! 

Here's another Cochrane/Gross collaboration:

https://www.discogs.com/David-Alan-Gross-The-Final-Answer-To-Everything/release/12981473

And cheap copies to be had from US sellers on discogs too ..

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