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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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10 hours ago, John Tapscott said:

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13 hours ago, jazzbo said:

Dexter Gordon "The Montmartre Collection" Black Lion/Muzak Japan 2 cd set, disc 2

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I've had this material on LP and earlier cds and man it never sounded this good before!

oh yeah , that medium fast "Like Someone in Love" in Ab !!! Great solo. 
And I love to hear the cymbals of Albert Heath ringin´ ..... 
This was my first Dexter Gordon record, just before all those Steeple Chase releases came out and Dexter had his comeback. 
Thos "Black Lion" albums were an easy way for us Europeans to hear some US stars playin, like the "Hawk in Germany" with Hawk AND Bud in Essen, "The Invisible Cage" of Bud, the "Anthropology" of Don Byas, I think those were the one I had or still have....

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Count Basie And His Orchestra – Basie's Beatle Bag (Verve, 1966)

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John Coltrane Plays the Blues, mono cd

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from this excellent box set:
John Coltrane--The Atlantic Years in Mono

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Talk about a more innocent time...

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Lee Morgan "Tom Cat" Audio Wave XRCD

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I prefer Movies over More Movies. And not just because Tony.

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Clarke Boland Big Band "Paris Concert--October 29, 1969" disc 2

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Bobby Hutcherson - Oblique (Blue Note, rec. 1967)
with Herbie, Albert Stinson, and Joe Chambers

Hutch's collaborations with Hancock -- on this record and Happenings -- are so special. 

 

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9 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

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Bobby Hutcherson - Oblique (Blue Note, rec. 1967)
with Herbie, Albert Stinson, and Joe Chambers

Hutch's collaborations with Hancock -- on this record and Happenings -- are so special. 

Yep .... and Albert Stinson performs outerwordly here ....

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2 hours ago, jazzbo said:

John Coltrane Plays the Blues, mono cd

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Larry Young - Of Love and Peace (Blue Note, 1967)

 

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Ornette Coleman - Change of the Century
Sophie Alour - Opus 3

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1 hour ago, jazzbo said:

Clarke Boland Big Band "Paris Concert--October 29, 1969" disc 2

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Now playing:

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Sonny Rollins - Here's to the People (Milestone, 1991)

Yeah.

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"The Composer of Desafinado Plays" Verve Master Edition cd

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The Jones Brothers "Keepin' up with the Joneses" Metro Jazz/Verve cd

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Brothers Hank, Thad and Elvin with Eddie on bass.

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Posted (edited)

Next up:

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The Best of the Nat King Cole Trio: The Vocal Classics (1947-1950) (Capitol Jazz)
with:
- Oscar Moore (g, trks: 1 to 11); Irving Ashby (g, trks: 12 to 22)
- Johnny Miller (b, trks: 1 to 16); Joe Comfort (b, trks: 17 to 22)
- Jack Costanzo (bgo, trks: 19, 20, 22)

 

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2 hours ago, Peter Friedman said:

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1 hour ago, jazzbo said:

The Jones Brothers "Keepin' up with the Joneses" Metro Jazz/Verve cd

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:tup

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Isotope 217° – The Unstable Molecule (Thrill Jockey, 1997)

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Inspired by the smooth jazz / yacht rock thread... (Keyboard credits on two tracks: Jym Young of Search for the Black Star fame)

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