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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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Last night before going to sleep:

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Heliocentrics "Fallen Angels--The Singles" Japan lp facsimile cd.

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Pan Sonic . Haino Keiji* - In The Studio ‎(2xLP, Ltd)

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Neil Swanson Quintet "49th Parallel" 

featuring Joe Henderson and Woody Shaw.

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Delvon Lamarr, Live at KEXP (Colemine)Image result for delve lamarr live at KEXP

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6 hours ago, Rabshakeh said:

I like this one a lot. Andrew Cyrille's leader dates as a whole are underrated, I think, but particularly this one. The younger and slightly more pushy David S Ware works well on this album.  

Yessir.  Good stuff!  The preceding record with the same group, Metamusicians' Stomp, is top shelf too.  :)

 

 

5 hours ago, Rabshakeh said:

Now on to Music from the Source by Cecil McBee (Enja, 1978).

Such a great album. One of Chico Freeman's strongest performances, which plays to his strengths at the time. The Steve McCall / Don Moye percussion section works so well, too. There's lots of moments of exciting group interplay all round. 

With thanks to Hutchfan for reminding me to put this one on.

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:tup:tup:tup 

 

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Chick Corea "Rendezvous in New York" SACD edition, SACD 1. This time I skipped the initial 3 tracks with Bobby McFerrin.

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Disc 1

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I forgot that it was Slide Hampton on trombone.  I actually assumed it was Steve Davis, who has popped up everywhere during his career.

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John Patton - Memphis to New York Spirit (Blue Note, rec. 1969/70)

I sure do wish Patton would've had an opportunity to continue making records into the 1970s.  Everything from That Certain Feeling up to this one: They all have something -- hard to put a finger on it -- that's somehow unexpected, definitely not pro-forma.  They're even a little "off."  And I mean that in the best possible way. 

Marvin Cabell's and Blood Ulmer's contributions are certainly part of the equation.  But Patton was charting the course and steering the ship, no? 

 

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“Split” :D

I’ve always thought of them being influenced a bit by the more psychedelic acts on Motown - Undisputed Truth, Norman Whitfield era Temptations etc.

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Acutally a reissue of Dance Mania with two outtakes added, one of which was never issued anywhere else. 

I just compared eight different reissues of Dance Mania's opening track, El Cayuco - they all sound slightly different, although most were remastered by Dick Baxter.

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My favorite song when I was in high school was Constant Rain from Brasil '66's second album Equinox. 

So twice a year I pull out the album and give it a spin.  So today's the day.

 

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22 hours ago, Peter Friedman said:

Not only is Bird fantastic, but Al Haig also plays marvelously on these sessions.

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Today I received a set of 4 reissues from Japanese Savoy which collects I think (I still haven't heard them) this material. They're these:

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I wanted this, but didn't find it:

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