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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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16 minutes ago, bresna said:

 I wonder why Verve never released this in the US?

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Too many uncomfortable smiles?

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7 hours ago, sidewinder said:

But rubbish sound quality. :cool:

But the mobility .... Pepper kept me company all round the supermarket today!

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16 minutes ago, BillF said:

But the mobility .... Pepper kept me company all round the supermarket today!

Fair point !   Never even realised it was on Spofify.

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5 hours ago, John Tapscott said:

Re: TALT BB

So there is a Newport 2! I've never seen that one anywhere until now. I have the Big Apple set and knew that there was supposed to be a second set, but I figured it was never released.  This TALT band which recorded for RCA was their best, IMHO. I never found the subsequent recordings to be quite as compelling  (with the exception of the brilliant "Farewell to Mingus" session).

 

Hi John,

Have some more from that  big band. Here are the cover scans (includes some with TA only)

a) on vinyls

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b ) On CD's

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Got busy doing stuff and forgot to post these:

Mario Adnet "Jobim Jazz" . . . love this cd. Nice arrangements and playing and of course the great songs.

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Followed by

Miles Davis "In a Silent Way" Mobile Fidelity SACD

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Man this is so damned tight and some of my favorite Miles trumpeting. Who else would have played what he played here?

Finally this masterpiece from THE jazz singer. . .the one, the only Betty Carter.

Betty Carter "I'm Yours, You're Mine"

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Freddie Hubbard "The Body & The Soul" Analogue Productions/Impulse SACD

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The title track and arrangement seemed the perfect followup to that wonderful Betty Carter disc. (If only that weren't her last and she had given us a few more that beautifully moody and inventive).

 

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Now:

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Pete (La Roca) Sims ‎– Turkish Women at the Bath (32 Jazz)
Originally released on Douglas, recorded in 1967

Drums - Pete (La Roca) Sims
Tenor Saxophone - John Gilmore (!)
Piano - Chick Corea
Bass - Walter Booker

 

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Marty Elkins with Herb Pomeroy, Houston Person, Tardo Hammer, Greg Staff, Dennis Irwin, Mick Taylor

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12 hours ago, Chuck Nessa said:

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:tup

12 hours ago, John Tapscott said:

Live at Room at the Top

Really good stuff. 

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Ferdinand Povel

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Nightports with Tom Herbert

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Posted (edited)

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Disc 2

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Oh yeah.

 

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Posted (edited)

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6 of 9 cuts (the ones that are available on YT)

 

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33 minutes ago, Peter Friedman said:

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1 hour ago, jazzbo said:

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