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Cassandra Wilson "Songbook" Verve cd

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John Hicks - Piece For My Peace (Landmark, 1996)

 

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Howard McGhee: Volume 2 / Tal Farlow Quartet - Blue Note: 6941335 -  download | Presto Music

The Farlow bit. It was also his debut, Tal Farlow Quartet. In this release the McGhee and the Farlow sessions are tied in.

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More John Hicks:

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6 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

More John Hicks:

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Yesss .....

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An old and sentimental favorite, the first Chaloff I ever picked up before getting the Mosaic set:

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1 hour ago, ghost of miles said:

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Such a magnificent album.

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Professor Longhair - Rock’n’roll Gumbo 

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8 hours ago, Bluesnik said:

Howard McGhee: Volume 2 / Tal Farlow Quartet - Blue Note: 6941335 -  download | Presto Music

 

:tup

5 hours ago, ghost of miles said:

An old and sentimental favorite, the first Chaloff I ever picked up before getting the Mosaic set:

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8 hours ago, Bluesnik said:

Howard McGhee: Volume 2 / Tal Farlow Quartet - Blue Note: 6941335 -  download | Presto Music

The Farlow bit. It was also his debut, Tal Farlow Quartet. In this release the McGhee and the Farlow sessions are tied in.

Yes, I think there was two Howard McGhee albums, where one of the sidemen was featured with his extra group. One was a classic vintage bop session with some top bop musicians like J.J. Johnson and Max Roach I think, and some Kenny Drew trio at the end.

the vol. 2 is a bit strange. It sounds different, much more melancolic, maybe if I remember right, the first tune was some stuff in C minor, right ? It´s not as intense as his group on Vol. 1. but very fine music. The tracks without Maggie with two guitars, bass and drums are a bit strange and unusual for me. It´s more focused on guitar virtuosity I think.....

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13 minutes ago, EKE BBB said:

Professor Longhair - Rock’n’roll Gumbo 

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5 minutes ago, EKE BBB said:

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Wonderful ....

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2 hours ago, Referentzhunter said:

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2 hours ago, EKE BBB said:

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Now playing:

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Walt Dickerson "Vibes in Motion"

Reissues "Jazz Impressions of Lawrence of Arabia" and "Unity"

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The Jef Gilson Nonet feat. Jean Louis Chautemps – New Call From France (SABA, 1966)

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First listen to this, which was referenced in the recent MPS / SABA thread. 

The musicians in the nonet are:

Bass – Gilbert Rovère

Bass Clarinet – Claude Lenissois

Drums – Gaëtan Dupenher

Piano – Jef Gilson

Tenor Saxophone – Pierre Caron

Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Jean Louis Chautemps

Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – François Jeanneau

Trumpet – Jean Baptiste Mira

Vibraphone, Percussion – Bernard Lubat

I'm surprised not to know any of the players on the record other than Gilson.  

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