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47 minutes ago, EKE BBB said:

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I really like that one. :tup 

 

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...which was reissued as CD2 from this 2-CD release:

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... CD1 is the Buddy Tate disc with Tete Montoliu on piano:

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Some township jive

Groove Holmes - African encounter - Roots <1988

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Reggie Msomi & his Jazz Africa - Swing Africa - Soul Jazz Pop 1976

 

 

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The Cliffs featuring Winston 'Mankunku' Ngozi - Alex Express - RSTL 1975

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5 minutes ago, The Magnificent Goldberg said:

Some township jive

Groove Holmes - African encounter - Roots <1988

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Reggie Msomi & his Jazz Africa - Swing Africa - Soul Jazz Pop 1976

 

 

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The Cliffs featuring Winston 'Mankunku' Ngozi - Alex Express - RSTL 1975

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MG

These look great. Do you recommend any in particular?

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Dunno about the creepy title and artwork, but this has some good Basil Coetzee on.

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Disc 1 - 

Paul Quinichette sounds very good. On take 2 of "Paradise Squat", Eddie Lockjaw Davis takes and outstanding solo.

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13 hours ago, EKE BBB said:

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❤❤❤ !!!

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53 minutes ago, soulpope said:

❤❤❤ !!!

Ufff, the sound of the soprano sax gets on my nerves here and there, although not to the point that it happens with Coltrane. And I have to recognise it is yet another excellent interpretation of Monk’s music, which we all love. 

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6 minutes ago, EKE BBB said:

Ufff, the sound of the soprano sax gets on my nerves here and there, although not to the point that it happens with Coltrane. And I have to recognise it is yet another excellent interpretation of Monk’s music, which we all love. 

Feel you .... at the same time Steve Lacy`s soprano sound from the around mid eighties onwards got rid of some edges without losing poise - quite in the contrary ....

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10 hours ago, Peter Friedman said:

Disc 1 - 

 

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:tup

Now playing:

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13 hours ago, Rabshakeh said:

These look great. Do you recommend any in particular?

I doubt you can get the Msomi but it's uneven. Some tracks are great, others have a whining female vocal group. Even I don't like those tracks :g

The Holmes is bloomin' fantastic. John Fourie worked for a long time in the USA and knows both kinds of music. He was the fuzz guitarist on Earland's 'Intensity'.

The Cliffs album is very good. Coltrane's influence on Mankunku is pretty clear, which is a downer to me, but probably not to most people here.

MG

 

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Dakota Staton - Isn't this a lovely day - Muse 1995

 

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King Bruce & the Black Beats - Golden Highlife classics of the fifties & sixties - Decca (West Africa) (Retro reissue)

 

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Now

Dakota Staton - Dakota Staton - Muse 1991

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2 hours ago, The Magnificent Goldberg said:

I doubt you can get the Msomi but it's uneven. Some tracks are great, others have a whining female vocal group. Even I don't like those tracks :g

The Holmes is bloomin' fantastic. John Fourie worked for a long time in the USA and knows both kinds of music. He was the fuzz guitarist on Earland's 'Intensity'.

The Cliffs album is very good. Coltrane's influence on Mankunku is pretty clear, which is a downer to me, but probably not to most people here.

MG

 

Thank you.

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Lucky Thompson, New York City, 1964-1965, Uptown. Listening to disc1, octet. 

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19 hours ago, HutchFan said:

I really like that one. :tup 

 

Yes! One of my favorite Mal Waldron solo discs.

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2 hours ago, EKE BBB said:

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:tup  Need to dig out !

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22 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

:tup  Need to dig out !

Dizzy is top here!

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