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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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3 hours ago, Peter Friedman said:

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2 hours ago, jazzcorner said:

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Coincidentally, earlier today (before seeing either of these posts), I was listening to Ernie Wilkins' Almost Big Band too.

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NP:

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Bud Shank & Bill Perkins - Serious Swingers (Contemporary, 1987)
with Alan Broadbent (p), John Heard (b), and Sherman Ferguson (d)

 

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Mel Tormé and Friends: Recorded Live at Marty's, New York City (Finesse, 1981)

 

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Ah yes, Mel my old friend. If you search you might find a post where I offered to shove a drum up his ass.

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4 hours ago, HutchFan said:

I was listening to Ernie Wilkins' Almost Big Band too.

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A good one indeed ....

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1 hour ago, Chuck Nessa said:

Ah yes, Mel my old friend. If you search you might find a post where I offered to shove a drum up his ass.

Do tell!

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5 hours ago, HutchFan said:

NP:

Bud-Shank-Bill-Perkins-Serious-Swingers.

Bud Shank & Bill Perkins - Serious Swingers (Contemporary, 1987)
with Alan Broadbent (p), John Heard (b), and Sherman Ferguson (d)

 

:tup:D

One of the later Contemporarys of the 14... series. Excellent!

The # C 14012 with Shorty Rogers is also highly recommended

2 hours ago, soulpope said:

A good one indeed ....

Re: Ernie Wilkins

This one from  1983 is also here. I am a great Wilkins fan with that "almost big band"

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8 hours ago, Chuck Nessa said:

Ah yes, Mel my old friend. If you search you might find a post where I offered to shove a drum up his ass.

No doubt you got a fitting reply ...

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5 hours ago, BillF said:

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Schlitz in a can, eh?

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Willem Breuker & Leo Cuypers – ...Superstars (FMP, 1978)

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Barney Wilen "Zodiac" reissue LP

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I rarely buy reissue LPs at all, but had to get this one.

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Bob Dylan "Shadows in the Night" Columbia LP

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Daunik Lazro / Joe McPhee – Élan, Impulse (Adda, 1997)

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This one's very good indeed. 

@Д.Д. Do you know this one?

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14 hours ago, Chuck Nessa said:

Ah yes, Mel my old friend. If you search you might find a post where I offered to shove a drum up his ass.

Mel was a piece of work for sure. IIRC I once wrote a review that said that when he sang a love song the effect was like he was holding a mirror in front of his face.

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1 hour ago, Rabshakeh said:

Daunik Lazro / Joe McPhee – Élan, Impulse (Adda, 1997)

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This one's very good indeed. 

@Д.Д. Do you know this one?

Well yes Sir, I most definitely do. In fact, this was one my first 10 jazz CDs (the others being .. let's see ... Monk's "Straight, No Chaser", John Handy at Monterrey, Roland Kirk at Montreux, Oliver Nelson "More Blues and the Abstract Truth", Miles Davis at Fillmore East, L. Subramaniam "Spanish Wave", Ralph Towner / Gary Burton "Slide Show", Ron Carter / Jim Hall "Live at Village West" and something else - talk about random selection).

This McPhee / Lazro CD was in every CD discount bin in Paris (together with another in situ release - Denis Colin's "Clarinet Bass Seul") when I was living there in 1999-2000. Found it tough going then, but appreciate it much more now. Good stuff (not no mention the customary in situ bold proletarian-red artwork)!      

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SFJazz Collective "The Music of Chick Core & Original Compositions" disc 2. 

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Followed by

Grant Green "Born to be Blue" Blue Note Japan SHM-CD

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35 minutes ago, John Tapscott said:

GRANT STEWART QUARTET with BRUCE HARRIS - The Lighting Of The Lamps CM110521

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48 minutes ago, jazzbo said:

Grant Green "Born to be Blue" Blue Note Japan SHM-CD

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Both music and sound are excellent ....

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