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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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30 minutes ago, kh1958 said:

Yes definitely for the music. The Mingus version of a brass band, it's different from his other bands. It is a needle drop, however, so not the best audio.

So the "original master tape" is a needle drop? Doesn't that imply that the "original" master tape is in fact lost? :)

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On 7/13/2021 at 5:08 AM, BillF said:

Now playing:

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I have heard several of Fedchock's Reservoir CDs and they've all been very well done. I never heard this one though.

I see that his 2020 release, "into the shadows" (Summit), was rated 4 stars by Brian Morton in Dowbeat. I may have to pick that one up.

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José Roberto Bertrami - Blue Wave / Dreams Are Real
Bertrami's 2 Milestone LPs on one CD

 

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On 13.7.2021 at 6:51 PM, John Tapscott said:

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:tup:D

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4 hours ago, kh1958 said:

Yes definitely for the music. The Mingus version of a brass band, it's different from his other bands. It is a needle drop, however, so not the best audio.

Nice. Thanks for the insight :tup

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Both of these via YouTube:

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and

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8 hours ago, bresna said:

So the "original master tape" is a needle drop? Doesn't that imply that the "original" master tape is in fact lost? :)

What? The album was recorded for and released on Mingus' private label back in the 1960s. For many years, this was probably the most obscure Mingus recording. Much later, Sue Mingus reissued it on LP (I believe with the Jazz Record Center), dubbed from a clean original LP, as the concert tape could not be found. The Sunnyside release is the CD version of that reissue.

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1 hour ago, kh1958 said:

What? The album was recorded for and released on Mingus' private label back in the 1960s. For many years, this was probably the most obscure Mingus recording. Much later, Sue Mingus reissued it on LP (I believe with the Jazz Record Center), dubbed from a clean original LP, as the concert tape could not be found. The Sunnyside release is the CD version of that reissue.

And what was the deal with the bonus 45 that was offered along with the reissued mail order LP? Late 70s, early 80s. I saw the ad more than once, but...no money for that then   Has that 45 ever been included in the CD?

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Albums like this make me think Billy Taylor’s compositional and pianistic verve were overshadowed by his accomplishments as an educator, broadcaster, etc:

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2 hours ago, JSngry said:

And what was the deal with the bonus 45 that was offered along with the reissued mail order LP? Late 70s, early 80s. I saw the ad more than once, but...no money for that then   Has that 45 ever been included in the CD?

I do have the LP reissue. It included an EP (33 and 1/3) which has the Monterey Jazz Festival version of They Trespass the Land of the Sacred Sioux, in two parts. This is the only release of this song, to my knowledge.

In addition, the anthology, Monterey Jazz Festival, 40 Legendary Years, has another song from the Monterey performance: Don't Let It Happen Here.

The online Mingus discography says: 

Tracks recorded at the Monterey festival (owned by VOA) are:

  1. The Arts Of Tatum And Freddie Webster
  2. Don't Let It Happen Here (Malpaso 9362-46703-2)
  3. They Trespass The Land Of The Sacred Sioux (East Coasting EP ECEP-1)
  4. When The Saints Go Marchin' In

 

 

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First this morning (early start here):

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Regardless what you think of Abercrombie; Surman, Gress & DeJohnette bring it on this one. Great album. 

Then: 

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The Bee Hive box proving to be a great ROI because this album is fantastic. 

And now: 

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Sipping coffee in prep for a PT appt in a little while which will include some dry needling. Take care of your back, folks.  :tup

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