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"Artemis" Blue Note cd

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VIllage Vanguard recording from '74 with Gomez & Morell

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Dollar Brand Duo "Good News from Africa" Enja/Solid Records Japan cd

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Dollar Brand, Johnny Dyani

Mastering is not bad at all.

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Chet Baker "Oh You Crazy Moon" (The Legacy, Vol. 4) Enja/Solid Records Japan cd

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Chet Baker – trumpet, vocals
Phil Markowitz – piano
Scott Lee – bass
Jeff Brillinger – drums
 

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3 hours ago, HutchFan said:

I agree. Lewis plays very well, and the whole album is very enjoyable.  :tup 

 

On the  excellent Sonny Stitt album on MCA, originally on Argo with no title and the same color photo of Stitt on both sides of the album cover and no liner notes,  it has often been speculated  that  the rhythm section is Barry Harris and fellow Detroiters Frank Gant and William Austin,  but it is clearly the Ramsey Lewis Trio (bassist El Dee Young is unmistakeable, as is Lewis), and Ramsey plays very well behind Stitt. Tunes include "This Is Always," "Just You, Just Me," "Dancing on the Ceiling."

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8 hours ago, jazzbo said:

Dollar Brand Duo "Good News from Africa" Enja/Solid Records Japan cd

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Dollar Brand, Johnny Dyani

Mastering is not bad at all.

Classic ....

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13 hours ago, sidewinder said:

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The Fresh Sound reissue with bonus tracks. Great sound - at least as good as my Time vinyl.

Not my recollection at all, of Woody and co. at Scott’s. They were fantastic - and I was back the next night for a repeat. Might have been a different tour you witnessed though. On reflection, the group I saw was the later one with Turre and Mulgrew Miller.

Remember chatting to people at those gigs who had flown in from the Continent to see it !

Yes, the later band with Turre, Mulgrew Miller, Stafford James and Tony Reedus was the one I saw. Fantastic ! 
Years later I saw Woody Shaw as a single with some picked up rhythm section and it was a very embarrassing and disappointing performance. All those great originals like "Moon Train" "To kill a brick" etc. had disappeared and he played stuff like "Tea for Two". Now, nothing wrong with "Tea for Two" but I had expected something else....., Woody Shaw was very thin and skinny then. 

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Oh my YES!!!!

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Posted (edited)

Buddy Tate and Al Grey, Just Jazz (Reservoir)

Christian Scott, Yesterday You Said Tomorrow (Concord)

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Joseph Jarman - Inheritance

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The first side is perfect. I find the second side with its synth koto a bit of an acquired taste.

 

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One of the latest 4 for £10 deal batch

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Disc 3

 

 

4 hours ago, JSngry said:

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Oh my YES!!!!

I need to get that!  I have most of Davis' 80s releases.  But not that disc.

 

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18 hours ago, Larry Kart said:

On the  excellent Sonny Stitt album on MCA, originally on Argo with no title and the same color photo of Stitt on both sides of the album cover and no liner notes,  it has often been speculated  that  the rhythm section is Barry Harris and fellow Detroiters Frank Gant and William Austin,  but it is clearly the Ramsey Lewis Trio (bassist El Dee Young is unmistakeable, as is Lewis), and Ramsey plays very well behind Stitt. Tunes include "This Is Always," "Just You, Just Me," "Dancing on the Ceiling."

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I'll keep an eye out for that one, Larry.  :tup 

 

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7 hours ago, BillF said:

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👍Excellent👍 ....

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2 hours ago, HutchFan said:

I'll keep an eye out for that one, Larry.  :tup 

 

My CD copy of this Sonny Stitt session is on Fresh Sound.

 

Now listening to: 

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