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CD14 - Paraphernalia ‘Live at Marlow Football Club’ !

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Pharoah Sanders "Elevation" Japan Impulse SHM-CD UCCU-9371

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Charles Mingus "Mingus" Candid Records/Japan cd UVJZ-20008

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I couldn't help myself, at one point I had to shout out "Oh Yeah!"

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8 hours ago, soulpope said:

What do you think about this one .... ?

I think it's very good.  Not as good as some (many?) other Waldron-Lacy collaborations, however.  Their bar is VERY high. ;) 

 

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"Trio - Russ Freeman / Richard Twardzick" Pacific Jazz/TOCJ Superbit Jazz Classics cd Japan

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Both of these sessions are interesting listens for piano trio fans.

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Giving this another spin today:

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Booker Little plays wonderfully here, of course -- but, more than anyone's soloing, the thing that's really knocking me out is Little's compositions. 

Does anyone else hear echoes of Tadd Dameron in Little's writing?  Not in a derivative, copy-cat sense.  Just an influence.

 

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50 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

I think it's very good.  Not as good as some (many?) other Waldron-Lacy collaborations, however.  Their bar is VERY high. ;) 

Same here, I was disappointed back then (obviously based on high expectations) ......

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Here´s a fine Sonny Rollins album from spring  1979, featuring Larry Coryell as a guest artist. 

It was recorded few weeks before I saw Sonny Rollins live with the same quartet Mark Soskin, Jerome Harris, Al Foster. 

Larry Coryell was also scheduled on that festival (Velden 1979), but not together with Rollins. 

It was just a great time, you purchased albums and could see those artists live, presenting mostly their stuff from their latest albums. 

"Disco Monk" is also featured on "Road Shows Vol. IV" as a live version with the same group at the same time I saw them......

Great memories of a great time......

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Thinking about Benny Golson on his 92nd birthday.  I only have one other Winchester album, With Feeling, which has another living legend, the mighty Roy Haynes.

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6 hours ago, jazzcorner said:

Seems i missed this one. Here is my small  Richard Holms stock

This is much more than I have from him. Ah, and thanks very much!

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1 hour ago, soulpope said:

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3 x 40410200zk.gif!!! I saw them live in Göttingen ...

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3 hours ago, jazzbo said:

"Trio - Russ Freeman / Richard Twardzick" Pacific Jazz/TOCJ Superbit Jazz Classics cd Japan

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Both of these sessions are interesting listens for piano trio fans.

This is a personal favorite of mine, which I have as part of the PJ piano trios Select and also as a Japanese mini-LP.

 

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I have the Mosaic Select, and this mini-lp. . . and just discovered when I went to merge it with my other mini-lps. . . that I have another copy! Such is the life of a collector.

 

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I was missing vitamin wah-wah-guitar from my musical diet so spinning this disc fixed what ailed me.

Marvin Gaye "You're the Man" 

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This album didn't come out when it was recorded in '72.

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Couldn't find a cover photo that would fit in the small dimensions allowed, but I've been listening to "Last Night When We Were Young: The Ballad Album" that was put together by pianist Fred Hersch in '94 as an AIDS benefit. Phil Woods plays clarinet on one track ("Adios Nonino"). It's very pretty. I don't think I have Woods playing clarinet anywhere else.

 

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