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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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Plum and Cherry by Basil Coetzee and Lionel Pillay.

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"Tenors Head-On"
Bill Perkins & Richie Kamuca
Japan cd UCCU-8247

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Really nice set of Monk. 
All players are great. Larry Gales even plays some very fine bowed bass solo on Well You Needn´t that reminds me of Chamber´s solo on the same tune on "Steamin´". Ben Riley is fantastic. I saw him only once, with the Ron Carter Quartet in 1979. 
The only thing that´s a bit disturbing here is that the bass is too loud. I don´t know what kind of attachments were used in the late 60´s , but the bass is too loud. 

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5 hours ago, John Tapscott said:

 

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Treasure trove ....

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My own CDR with Paul Bryant's two Fantasy LPs.

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13 hours ago, jazzbo said:

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"Tenors Head-On"
Bill Perkins & Richie Kamuca
Japan cd UCCU-8247

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Bill Evans "Sesjun Radio Shows Vol.1" Japan cd 2021 CDSOL-46962

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Cecil Taylor Trio And Quintet "Love For Sale" Japan cd 2021 UCCU-8254

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A number of fine solos from many of the players in the group. I was especially impressed by the hard swinging of pianist Lou Levy.

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"Booker Little 4 and Max Roach" Japan cd 2021 UCCU-8253

Uses the 2011 TOCJ master.

Original recording could be better, but it's hard to imagine better playing.

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Ella Fitzgerald "Ella in London" OJC Pablo cd

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With both Tommy Flanagan and Joe Pass.

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2 hours ago, Peter Friedman said:

A number of fine solos from many of the players in the group. I was especially impressed by the hard swinging of pianist Lou Levy.

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:tup

2 hours ago, John Tapscott said:

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Now playing:

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Just plucked from my mailbox:

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Charlie Palmieri - ElectroDuro (Coco, 1974)

 

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18 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

Just plucked from my mailbox:

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Charlie Palmieri - ElectroDuro (Coco, 1974)

 

What's the deal on that one? Totally unfamiliar here...

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13 minutes ago, JSngry said:

What's the deal on that one? Totally unfamiliar here...

Charlie plays an electric organ -- not a Hammond B3 -- on this disc.  That's the rationale for the "Electro" in the title.  It sounds sorta similar to CP's organ work on Cal Tjader's Primo and on his brother's Vamonos Pa'l Monte.  Some might find the organ sound cheesy -- but I think it sounds great, if a bit unconventional.  The band includes a bunch of heavies: Cachao, Cortijo, Tito Puente, Andy Gonzalez, a.o.  But it's Charlie's show.

A while ago, I read somewhere on the internet that ElectroDuro was recorded in 1968 for Cesta, but the label went out of business before it could be released -- but I haven't been able to confirm that.  What is certain is that Coco released it in 1974.

If you want to give it a listen: https://music.youtube.com/playlist?list=OLAK5uy_kFNMsgTKlevfAlS_cdEsR_FwpQJcR_cd8

 

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