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Steve Lacy & Andrea CentazzoTao (Ictus Records) 

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— Soprano sax and percussion duet.
— Live in concert at Zanon Auditorium, Udine, Italy (1976) and in studio, Bolgna (1984).

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Tete Montoliu - Palau De La Música Catalana - Piano Solo 21-03-1997 (Discmedi Blau, 1997)

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Ambrose Akinmusire - A Rift In Decorum: Live At The Village Vanguard (Blue Note, 2017).  Ambrose Akinmusire - trumpet; Sam Harris - piano; Harish Raghavan - bass; Justin Brown - drums.

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Organissimo Radio on Pandora

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Three Shades of Blues

Bukka White, Skip James, Blind Willie McTell: Three Shades of Blues (Biograph)

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3 hours ago, kinuta said:

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Excellent ....feat. some great Joe Henderson solo work ....

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18 hours ago, alankin said:

Art BlakeyArt Blakey's Jazz Messengers with Thelonious Monk (Atlantic Records / Warner Music)
— With Art Blakey – drums; Bill Hardman – trumpet; Johnny Griffin – tenor saxophone; Thelonious Monk – piano; Spanky DeBrest – bass; with three alternate takes

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Has anyone heard the recent SHM-CD release?  I have the 2002 "Atlantic Masters" issued by Warner.  I think it's based on the 1999 Rhino release.  I don't like the sound of the horns - they sound harsh to me.  I don't know if it's due to the original recording, the mastering or maybe my system.
 

I am now listening to my copy of the 1999 Deluxe 50th anniversary edition and the horns do sound a bit harsh. The disc is not particularly loud. I can comfortably put the volume dial at nine o'clock. I believe the earlier US disc had some extreme stereo separation issues and the recent Japanese mono disc I used to own has boosted highs and so must sound even harsher and probably louder. 

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Feat. the phenomenal Israel Crosby on bass ....

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Kool and the Gang at Glastonbury 2011 with Michael Ray (tr) and the late Clifford Adams (tb)

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Henry "Red" Allen's All Stars ‎– Ride, Red, Ride In Hi-Fi (aka World On A String) (RCA Victor/Bluebird, 1957)

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Bobby HutchersonHighway One [3-on-2] (BGO Records / Columbia Records – Sony Music)

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Personnel:
Bobby Hutcherson - vibes, arranger; James Leary - bass; Eddie Marshall - drums; George Cables - piano, electric piano (tracks 1 & 3-6), arranger; Cedar Walton - piano (track 2), arranger; Hubert Laws - flute (tracks 1, 5 & 6); Freddie Hubbard - flugelhorn (track 4); Kenneth Nash - percussion (tracks 1, 3, 5 & 6); Jessica Cleaves - vocals (track 6); plus unnamed strings and brass.

Very good session (except for the vocals on a portion of the last track).  This first CD release sounds good, too.

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