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Ned Rothenberg / Sync – Port Of Entry (Intuition Music)
— Jerome Harris - acoustic guitar & acoustic bass guitar; Samir Chatterjee – tabla, dumbek, percussion; Ned Rothenberg – alto saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinet, shakuhachi

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Eddie Marshall - Dance of the Sun (Timeless)
Marshall is the leader on this date -- but the personnel are (basically) Hutcherson's band. The music is excellent. You can tell that they're a working band, not a group assembled just to make a record.

 

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Freddie Hubbard - Outpost (Enja)
Freddie sounds great riding with this Cadillac rhythm section. I listened to it twice in a row.

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Charles Mingus - Pithecanthropus Erectus (Atlantic, 1956)

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velvet underground

69 01 10 Boston Tea Party, Boston
69 03 13 Boston Tea Party, Boston
69 03 15 Boston Tea Party, Boston
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Disc 2 of 2.  Brenda Boykin was one of the SF area's musical treasures.  I think she has since moved to Europe.  This CD (from, I'm guessing, 2001) finds her accompanied by guitarist Eric Swinderman -- think of them as a blues based Tuck & Patti.

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Joe Haider Jazz Orchestra - Keep it Dark (Double Moon, 2016).  D Blanc - flute, alto sax; R Bossard - bass; D Egli - drums, perc; T Geiger - clarinet, soprano, tenor sax; S Heggendorn, R Spiegel - vocals; S Hong - cornet; D Landolf - b clarinet; tenor sax; R Mosele - trombone; D Schnee - viola; M Spillmann - flugelhorn, trumpet; L Wirz- trombone, tuba.  My word, but this is wonderful stuff....

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More Freddie:

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Freddie Hubbard with Joe Henderson, Bobby Hutcherson, et al - Keystone Bop: Sunday Night (Prestige)

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Backed by Chambre Symphoniette + Nobuo Hara And His Sharps And Flats, and you know...uh, squeamish, quite often, if not about one thing, then about another....but arranged and conducted by Oliver Nelson, so when all else gets squeamish, hey, good Oliver Nelson charts. Good Oliver Nelson charts, at times, really good. Plus a few alto spots for himself.

Not just for Oliver Nelson completists, ONLY for HARDCORE Oliver Nelson completists. I am not yet that, but should I become one, I got this one out of the way now!

I do like the record she made with Herbie Hancock, though. Pretty well, in fact.

And note how Oliver Nelson took work in Japan and made professional opportunities there.

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1 hour ago, EKE BBB said:

Charles Mingus - Pithecanthropus Erectus (Atlantic, 1956)

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As I've listened to that one over the years, I've come to like it more and more.

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Disc 1 of 2. This set is a compilation of recordings she made for Capitol and Bethlehem.

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Bar Kokhba Sextet50th Birthday Celebration Vol.11 - CD 1 (Tzadik)
— Marc Ribot – guitar; Mark Feldman – violin; Erik Friedlander – cello; Greg Cohen – bass; Joey Baron – drums; Cyro Baptista – percussion; John Zorn – conductor; live at Tonic, NYC

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1 hour ago, paul secor said:

As I've listened to that one over the years, I've come to like it more and more.

:tup

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Bar Kokhba Sextet - Book Of Angels: Lucifer Vol. 10 (Tzadik, 2008).  Cyro Baptista - percussion; Joey Baron - drums; Greg Cohen - bass; Mark Feldman - violin; Erik Friedlander - cello; Marc Ribot - guitar. 

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3 hours ago, soulpope said:

The late Rahsaan Kirk still shines ....

Always did, always will.  Bright moments indeed.

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1 hour ago, paul secor said:

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Lee Dorsy: Ya Ya (Fury/Relic)

:tup!

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Silver Leaf Jazz Band - Jelly's Best Jam (Good Times Jazz)

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5 hours ago, Larry Kart said:

Put on Mal Waldron’s “Mal -1” today, and while it’s not all solid gold, these three tracks really struck me. Personnel is Idrees Sulieman, Gigi Gryce, Julian Euell, Arthur Edgehill. This is a good as I’ve ever heard from Sulieman, likewise perhaps with Gryce. Nice added interlude on “Stablemates,” probably from Mal. The depth of the mood on “Yesterdays” is special, and “Dee’s Dilemma” is a nice tune.

 

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:tup:tup!!!

Where is the other thread? And why isn't locked????  

 

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1 hour ago, Cyril said:

:tup:tup!!!

Where is the other thread? And why isn't locked????  

 

Previous posts in this thread are gone. A moderator who shall be nameless (that would be me) made a mistake.

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42 minutes ago, Larry Kart said:

Previous posts in this thread are gone. A moderator who shall be nameless (that would be me) made a mistake.

How did you that, Larry? :o ;)

50 minutes ago, Hardbopjazz said:

BFT156. 

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Oscar Peterson and Jon Faddis (Pablo, 1975).  Oscar Peterson - piano; Jon Faddis - trumpet.

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