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This again:

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Enrico Pieranunzi Trio - Vol. 2 (YVP, 1988)
with Enzo Pietropaoli (b) and Alfred Kramer (d)

What a velvet touch Pieranunzi has!

 

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Fun that Dizzy sits in on piano on some of these.

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I listened yesterday to "Music from Connection" and "Shades of Redd".

This one was originally not issued.

Maybe the reason is that some of the ensemble parts are a bit sloppy.

It´s still very fine music, but not up to the high standards of the two above mentioned albums.

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48 minutes ago, Don said:

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Fun that Dizzy sits in on piano on some of these.

Is this a selection of the original LPs as packaged or a box set of all the tunes from them? 

Those tracks with Dizzy on piano, if he really was, are classics.

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More Pieranunzi:

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Birthday related re-play .... a beauty indeed ....

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On 21.3.2021 at 1:40 PM, Peter Friedman said:

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Classic ....

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"The Complete Verve Recordings of the Teddy Wilson Trio" disc 2.

Jo Jones! Just such "full" and yet concise drumming. Full of personality.

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Gary Todd, Nigel Coombes, Steve Beresford, Dave Solomon and the sadly recently deceased John Russell on Teatime (Incus, 1975).

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Terrible image but ... Putte Wickman & Hal Galper Trio - Time To Remember  with Steve Gilmore and Bill Goodwin

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Billy Cobham Featuring Ron Carter / Kenny Barron: The Art Of Three. In+Out Records – IOR 77045-2 [2001]

 

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Today's selections:

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to much of a 'standard recording'

 

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Herbie Hancock and Others - A Tribute To Miles (Qwest, 1992).

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Very surprised at how much I enjoyed this one, and even more surprised that one of my favourite aspects is Wallace Roney's playing, which, derivative as it is, still comes across as very fresh.

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Eddie Palmieri - Sueño (Intuition, 1989)

Yeah! Fantastic.

 

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this might be genius...a lot happens before it's over, a lot.

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One of the most iconic BNs. I don't know if because of its cover or the personnel involved. Or because, as the liners say, it was archetypal for their sound in the late 50s.

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6 minutes ago, Bluesnik said:

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One of the most iconic BNs. I don't know if because of its cover or the personnel involved. Or because, as the liners say, it was archetypal for their sound in the late 50s.

You know what's crazy about that cover? The model is wearing hose. Women do not wear hosiery any more these days, generally speaking. They gone, bare legs are what it is now.

No opinion on that, but I noticed it while watching That Girl reruns, I was like, why do Ann Marie's legs look so weird, and then it hit me, oh, she's wearing hose.

Frank Foster would not have written "Shiny Stockings" if he were now what he was then. Ok, he could, maybe, but not by that name.

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Jim McNeely - From the Heart (Owl, 1985)
with Marc Johnson and Adam Nussbaum

I just realized that the big building on the cover is one of the Twin Towers.  It's still strange to see them on records, TV shows, and such.  It probably always will be.

 

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They were there for less than 30 years. Definitely an anomaly.

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