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22 hours ago, John Tapscott said:

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Great music. Strange recording sound. :mellow:

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What f*****g genius! Gone way too soon in tragic circumstances...

This 2016 CD, produced by his mate and stride master Louis Mazetier, is a very relevant addition to his very reduced output as a leader.

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Still Rilhac time! Stridin' along my keyboard at the office! :) 

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Well, this pretty much covers the commercial discs released under Rilhac's name. Then we have his contribution to discs by clarinetist Maxime Saury, Joel Lacroix Jazz Orch, Jean Loup Longnon Big Band, Marcel Zanini's groups, Buster Benton, Bert De Kort & his Dutch Dixieland Pipers and Gilbert Leroux Washboard groups, with some piano solo features.

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The Jazz Modes (Les Jazz Modes) "Most Happy Fella" Warner Japan 

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Followed by
Sun Ra "The Cymbals/Symbols Sessions" 2 cd set, Disc 2
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Disc 2: This set has become one of my favorite Mosaics.

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11 minutes ago, Justin V said:

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Disc 2: This set has become one of my favorite Mosaics.

Underrated set, in my opinion. 

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Duke Ellington "Piano in the Background" Columbia cd

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I don't play this one often enough. .  . .

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Excellent 71 minutes of that marvelous group Woody had in the early 80´s with Steve Turré , Mulgrew Miller, Stafford James and Tony Reedus (an excellent drummer by the way)

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The likely sketchy disc has 4 tracks not on the DVD, including a Stan Getz guest spot.  It is prime Griffin, so the 4 bonus tracks are a welcome addition.

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Tito Rodriguez' band was every bit as good as Machito's or Tito Puente's. He had his own style, the groove his band gets is great. Whoever likes Machito from the late 1940's, will like Rodriguez from that time just as well.

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I was struggling with an urge to drown in Ellington music, and a want to listen to some Coltrane so settled on this.

"Duke Ellington and John Coltrane" Analogue Productions SACD

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4 hours ago, Peter Friedman said:

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Duke Ellington "New Mood Indigo" CBS Special Products cd

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Duke, and some young Chick Corea too.

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8 hours ago, EKE BBB said:

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Still Rilhac time! Stridin' along my keyboard at the office! :) 

This is a good one!  Alain Marquet on clarinet on some as a bonus as well!

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