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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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Earlier today:

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Last night:

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2 minutes ago, soulpope said:

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Excellent. :tup 

 

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15 hours ago, Bluesnik said:

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Is that one of his early works? I saw him with the recently departed Harold Mabern a few years ago.

His first recording date as a leader. He had been on a Charles Earland date, "Unforgettable", 8 months earlier.

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I don´t know why I´m listening frequently to Jimmy Smith since last week. This two albums I like very much, it was the first Jimmy Smith I bought, many others followed. 

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2 hours ago, Dub Modal said:

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:tup

1 hour ago, bresna said:

His first recording date as a leader. He had been on a Charles Earland date, "Unforgettable", 8 months earlier.

I feel it's with Up, Over & Out, the year after Straight Up, that he really gets into it.

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Lee Morgan "City Lights" 24 bit by RVG Blue Note Japan cd

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1 hour ago, bresna said:

His first recording date as a leader.

Ah, I supposed that because he looks so young.

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8 minutes ago, Peter Friedman said:

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This one (also in my collection) is seen very seldom. Probably a Fresh Sound reissue?

 

Today my focus on Mel Lewis

 

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38 minutes ago, jazzcorner said:

This one (also in my collection) is seen very seldom. Probably a Fresh Sound reissue?

 

Today my focus on Mel Lewis

 

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Some great Mel Lewis albums there.

I saw the Mel Lewis Orch at the Wigan Jazz Festival in 1989. Would that be on the same trip to Europe as the WDR album?

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Bass – Joe Martin 
Drums – Erick Harland
Guitar – Ricardo Grilli
Piano – Kevin Hays
Tenor Saxophone – Mark Turner

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Mark Masters Jazz Orchestra Plays the Jimmy Knepper Song Book (Focus) - can't find a suitable image  

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Richard "Groove" Holmes - Blues All Day Long (32 Jazz)
Originally released on Muse, recorded in 1988

 

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1 hour ago, John Tapscott said:

Mark Masters Jazz Orchestra Plays the Jimmy Knepper Song Book (Focus) - can't find a suitable image  

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Charles Tolliver - Connect (Gearbox Records)

Charles Tolliver - trumpet
Jesse Davis - alto saxophone
Binker Golding - tenor saxophone (A2 + B2)
Keith Brown - piano
Buster Williams - double bass
Lenny White - drums

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56 minutes ago, sonnyhill said:

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Charles Tolliver - Connect (Gearbox Records)

Charles Tolliver - trumpet
Jesse Davis - alto saxophone
Binker Golding - tenor saxophone (A2 + B2)
Keith Brown - piano
Buster Williams - double bass
Lenny White - drums

Playing the Tolliver LP myself tonight. The record is more vibrant than the CD.

LWayne

Also playing some Miles tonight.

 

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