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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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1 hour ago, sidewinder said:

“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.

That's interesting re: Motown psychedelia as an influence on Patton.  I barely know that music.  Sounds like new turf (for me) for exploration.  Thanks.

Also, did you ever find out more about your LP?  Is it the only one in existence?

 

 

 

5 minutes ago, soulpope said:

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A beauty ....

No doubt.

 

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25 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

Also, did you ever find out more about your LP?  Is it the only one in existence?

Still an (intriguing) mystery. For sure though, the LP is genuine (or I’ll eat my hat).

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2 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

Still an (intriguing) mystery. For sure though, the LP is genuine (or I’ll eat my hat).

Wow.  That is something!  What a find!

... Not to mention, it's probably worth scads more than you paid for it.  ;) 

 

 

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Sonny Stitt and Don Patterson - Brothers-4 (Prestige, rec. 1969)

 

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8 hours ago, HutchFan said:

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:tup

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This is a bittersweet listen.  The last time I saw Larry Willis play, I talked to him and said that he should come back and do a solo concert.  He said that we'd see what the future held.  4 months later, he passed away.  

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Most overlooked classic-era BN sesh?

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Most overlooked classic-era 2-tenor date? (There's also the Rouse-Quinichette date for Bethlehem, and the Booker Ervin-Bill Barron HOT LINE.)

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Weed was based out of Michigan for years before he passed away in 2018.  I only saw him once, with bassist Tom Knific.  This album dates from Weed's time in LA and was released on Vinny Golia's label.  He is joined by Ken Filiano, Billy Mintz and Joe LaBarbera.

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Horace Silver "You Gotta Take a Little Love" Blue Note Japan SHM-CD.

Love is in short supply, take some but don't hoard it!

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58 minutes ago, Joe said:

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Most overlooked classic-era BN sesh?

Certainly one of my favorites! In that overlooked BN classic-era category, I'd also propose: 

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Keith Jarrett/Dennis Russell Davies, Suttgarter Kammerorkester, "Mozart, K.487, K.488, K.595, K.477, K.550" ECM New Series 2 cd.

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44 minutes ago, Simon8 said:

Certainly one of my favorites! In that overlooked BN classic-era category, I'd also propose: 

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Ye, a superb LP. Not issued until the 80's, correct?

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Grant Green - Grant's First Stand (BN)

 

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