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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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A testament to the wisdom of hiring up.

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23 minutes ago, JSngry said:

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A testament to the wisdom of hiring up.

Warren Smith & William Parker = I gotta check that out 

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Various Artists - Jazz Celebration: A Tribute to Carl Jefferson (Concord)
Disc 1

 

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22 minutes ago, Dub Modal said:

Warren Smith & William Parker = I gotta check that out 

Boxholder was a great label. It's a shame those are so hard to get ahold of, or even hear at all now. 

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I've still got a few. Seemingly I have lost or misfiled my Raphe Malik/Frank Wright CD, which is a shame -- that one has some intense trumpet playing!

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These two live studio sessions are definitely a find.

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1 hour ago, Peter Friedman said:

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Gonzalez + Berrios + Hidalgo=rhythm can't get any better ....

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58 minutes ago, John Tapscott said:

The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra: Thad Jones Legacy

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13 minutes ago, soulpope said:

Gonzalez + Berrios + Hidalgo=rhythm can't get any better ....

They were on form those nights, for sure.

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No, I didn't pay for it and neither should you. But it is excellent music with Ed Blackwell on full display. Should it find a legit release, hell yes I will pay for it, and gladly.

Until then:

 

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5 minutes ago, JSngry said:

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No, I didn't pay for it and neither should you. But it is excellent music with Ed Blackwell on full display. Should it find a legit release, hell yes I will pay for it, and gladly.

Sure is FANCY for a bootleg -- with that electric-yellow vinyl and translucent cover.

Not so much as a hint of grocery-bag brown jackets and handwritten song titles.

 

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Oh, I didn't use the other Discogs image because THAT version only shows the front cover, no title or date, PLUS they get the song names wrong.

One more reason not to pay for this type of shit.

 

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1 minute ago, JSngry said:

One more reason not to pay for this type of shit.

10-4 on that.

 

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But Ed Blackwell is one more reason to LISTEN to it!

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3 hours ago, colinmce said:

Boxholder was a great label. It's a shame those are so hard to get ahold of, or even hear at all now. 

Sunsum is the only one I can find streaming. 

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"The Complete Verve Tal Farlow Sessions" Mosaic Records, cd 1

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A lot of legit labels do a crappy job spelling names and getting titles correct.

Shawn Monteiro's CD You Are There credits "Johnny Mangel" as co-writer of the title track. Any liner note writer worth his/her salt checks this stuff, I almost always find mistakes in copy provided with the advance music. The Joe Pass CD I wrote notes for had a track mislabeled "When You're Alone" in the tracklist provided to me. You can probably guess what the actual title was.

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23 minutes ago, Ken Dryden said:

... "Johnny Mangel"...

Isn't that a Shelley Fabares record?

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55 minutes ago, Dub Modal said:

Sunsum is the only one I can find streaming. 

CadNor actually has much more of the catalogue available than I realized, if you want to go that route. But still none of the Raph Malik titles (the aforementioned disc with Frank Wright, trios with Joe McPhee/Donald Robinson and Cecil McBee/Cody Moffett, and a quartet with Sabir Mateen, all of which have eluded me over the years)

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11 minutes ago, colinmce said:

CadNor actually has much more of the catalogue available than I realized, if you want to go that route. But still none of the Raph Malik titles (the aforementioned disc with Frank Wright, trios with Joe McPhee/Donald Robinson and Cecil McBee/Cody Moffett, and a quartet with Sabir Mateen, all of which have eluded me over the years)

Thanks, great lead.

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