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Cover art Barry Elmes

Elmes, drums, with Kevin Turcotte, trumpet; Mike Murley, tenor; Ed Bickert, guitar; Steve Wallace, bass.

A fine working band which travelled across Canada several times in the 90's. Glad I caught them live.  

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17 minutes ago, Jim Duckworth said:

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Listening to several tracks from the wonderful recording sessions that produced the tribute to Frank Kimbrough simply titled "KIMBROUGH". You could call it a "digital LP" from Newvelle Records, a company that only did vinyl up to that point (they now offer downloads - due to COVID maybe?).

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Currently on track 18, "Helix", with Joe Lovano, Donny McCaslin, Ben Monder, John Hébert and Clarence Penn. Hard to define this track. It's like a lament on steroids. You should be able to play it here: https://newvellerecords.bandcamp.com/album/kimbrough What's weird is that there are piano sounds here, so it's either Frank dubbed in or someone is playing it without getting credited.

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11 hours ago, Jim Duckworth said:

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I saw that band in Manchester. They were sensational!

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13 hours ago, John Tapscott said:

Cover art Barry Elmes

Elmes, drums, with Kevin Turcotte, trumpet; Mike Murley, tenor; Ed Bickert, guitar; Steve Wallace, bass.

A fine working band which travelled across Canada several times in the 90's. Glad I caught them live.  

I think I saw them but can’t recall where. I did see Elmes doing a Saturday afternoon impromptu outdoor solo spot on Yonge Street though. Might have been near the Eaton Center.

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16 hours ago, Peter Friedman said:

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Arthur Blythe - Metamorphosis (India Navigation, 1977)

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Still my favourite Blythe record.

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Rec 1951 / 1952 - Trio & Quartet

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3 hours ago, soulpope said:

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25 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

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Wadada Leo Smith - Ten Freedom Summers (Cuneiform)

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Quite unlike anything else in her catalog to my knowledge.  Several Brian Auger songs and Marvin Gaye's "Inner City Blues", and they don't sound out of place at all.

Sarah Vaughan - A Time In My Life | Releases | Discogs

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