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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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I saw Blakey live on many occasions. I think the last one was shortly after this record was made. I think in spring 1989, in any case Javon Jackson was on tenor and Benny Green on piano. I was sittin in the first row and could enjoy Blakey´s fantastic drum sound, I like to hear them cymbals and snares very clearly.

But on the album it seems they had put the drum on a very low level because I can´t hear THE powerful Blakey sound. Is this due to the way they underrecorded his drums ? 

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19 hours ago, John Tapscott said:

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Listening to some of the few LPs I have left in my music collection. Really glad I kept this one.  Wonderful recording. :tup

Would like to have more Harold Land recordings. Great artist.

:tup:D

17 hours ago, soulpope said:

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Are these previously 'unissued" recordings or is it only another compilation?

Thanks

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19 hours ago, soulpope said:

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Thanks for the reminder. Spinning it myself now...

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I still have my LP of this session which I bought when it was still fairly a new release, but this SHM-SACD is free from decades of wear and sounds very nice (I think it sounds right with my DAC in "Out" phase).

Just such great music. This is where I heard Flora Purim and said "Wow" and followed her everywhere in that decade. 

Such a killer release. . .important in my listening life.

Chick Corea "Return to Forever" ECM-Universal Japan SHM-SACD

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There's a line between too much and just right, and it fascinates me how nobody here seems to care on which side they're on at any given time. Suffice it to say that when the trifecta of Hampton/Sebesky/Maiden got busy on both sides of the paper, a bit more attention to that got paid and that's why the Roulette set (and the Cameo & Mainstream records that followed). But this one here in not unlistenable at all, far from it. It's just a bit...splattery in terms of dynamics.

Some good soloing, too!

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Starting off where I left off on this disc a few days ago with the Memphis Horns segment.

Aretha Franklin and King Curtis with the Memphis Horns and Billy Preston Live at the Fillmore "Don't Fight the Feeling" WEA Japan 4 cd set, disc 3

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Mario Adnet "Villa Lobos--um ohlar Sobre" cd

Brazilian Chamber music that is quite a nice selection to watch gently falling snow.

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1 hour ago, JSngry said:

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Aware of Perelman but never listened to an album. This one is from January 2021. I dig his sound. There's a lot going on here and a lot to like. 

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26 minutes ago, Dub Modal said:

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Aware of Perelman but never listened to an album. This one is from January 2021. I dig his sound. There's a lot going on here and a lot to like. 

I'm not a big fan - BUT I like this one.

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2 hours ago, bresna said:

Thanks for the reminder. Spinning it myself now...

The "indian summer" of Stan Getz was an success story overall .... and this platter is outstanding ....

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49 minutes ago, jlhoots said:

I'm not a big fan - BUT I like this one.

As I'm new to Perelman, what would you say differentiates this one? Is it Shipp you think? He brings a lot to the table here. 

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5 minutes ago, Dub Modal said:

As I'm new to Perelman, what would you say differentiates this one? Is it Shipp you think? He brings a lot to the table here. 

It just seems more focused & compositional to me than the few others I've tried. Could be Shipp's influence. Not sure. He's done others with Shipp, but this one just resonated more with me.

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I'm giving this a spin too.  Succumbing to peer pressure.  :)

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17 minutes ago, mikeweil said:

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:tup to both. 

Today:

Disc 3 &4 

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"Charles Mingus in Paris--The Complete America Sessions" disc 1

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The albums "Blue Bird" and "Pythecanthropus Erectus" are on this disc, recorded October 31, 1970 in Paris for America Records.

Charles Mingus - bass
Eddie Preston - trumpet
Charles McPherson - alto saxophone
Bobby Jones - tenor saxophone
Jaki Byard - piano
Dannie Richmond - drums

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56 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

I'm giving this a spin too.  Succumbing to peer pressure.  :)

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:D .....

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Outstanding platter .... not known by many ....

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