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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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This CD is a treasure trove of Pee Wee Russell's playing. There are six different groups on this CD, with many different musicians playing trumpet, trombone, piano, bass and drums. Other than Eddie Condon, Pee Wee Russell is the only person that appears on all 6 sessions.41VZSDGP6TL.jpg 

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Charles Tyler - Sixty Minute Man (Adelphi Records, 1980)

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1 hour ago, Cyril said:

How did you that, Larry? :o ;)

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The details are that there's a way to delete a post that we all or almost all know, but if you're a moderator, but only if you're a moderator, there's quite another delete button in a different place that deletes the whole thread. Add the fact that I was brain dead at that point, and you can guess the rest. Unfortunately, once a thread has been deleted, there's no way to recover it.

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43 minutes ago, Larry Kart said:

The details are that there's a way to delete a post that we all or almost all know, but if you're a moderator, but only if you're a moderator, there's quite another delete button in a different place that deletes the whole thread. Add the fact that I was brain dead at that point, and you can guess the rest. Unfortunately, once a thread has been deleted, there's no way to recover it.

I understand. But I've never seen you are a moderater....My bad. :)  

 

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"Three for Duke" -- from 1957 on Jubliee, with Teddy Charles, Oscar Pettiford, and Hall Overton. I'd give a lot to get a remastered or even just a clean copy of this one. All parties are clicking; Overton could really play, in a kind of arranger's-piano offshoot of Monk; the all-Ellington program is great ("Mainstem," "Do Nothing Till You Hear from Me," "Sophisticated Lady," ""Don't Get Aound Much Anymore," Sherman Shuffle, " The Mooche");  it's the best Charles in a blowing format I know; and Pettiford is just terrific. Unfortunately, on the rather beat up used copy I have, and probably on the original, what Petttiford plays is not as clear as it should be/might be.
 

 

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Pepper Adams - Julian (Enja)

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KENNY BARRON: WHAT IF? ENJA CD 5013 [1986]

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2 hours ago, Cyril said:

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:tup:tup:tup!!!

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Pablo Ablanedo Octet - Alegría (Fresh Sound New Talent, 2002).  Pablo Ablanedo - piano; Jenny Scheinman - violin; Taylor Haskins - trumpet; Anat Cohen - reeds; Chris Cheek - sax; Jerome Sabbagh - tenor sax; Ben Monder, J Santillan - guitar; Fernando Huergo - bass; Franco Pinna - drums.

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2 hours ago, Larry Kart said:

"Three for Duke" -- from 1957 on Jubliee, with Teddy Charles, Oscar Pettiford, and Hall Overton. I'd give a lot to get a remastered or even just a clean copy of this one. All parties are clicking; Overton could really play, in a kind of arranger's-piano offshoot of Monk; the all-Ellington program is great ("Mainstem," "Do Nothing Till You Hear from Me," "Sophisticated Lady," ""Don't Get Aound Much Anymore," Sherman Shuffle, " The Mooche");  it's the best Charles in a blowing format I know; and Pettiford is just terrific. Unfortunately, on the rather beat up used copy I have, and probably on the original, what Petttiford plays is not as clear as it should be/might be.
 

 

Is this what you're looking for? 

http://www.cdjapan.co.jp/product/WPCR-29085

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David Friedman ‎- Of The Wind´s Eye (Enja)

 

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Miroslav Vitous Group - S/T (ECM)

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2 hours ago, soulpope said:

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:tup:tup:tup ! Still have fond memories of hearing them live - great night. I believe that it was Jerry Lawson's last concert with the group - though I didn't know that at the time.

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Charles Mingus - Ah Um (Columbia, 1959)

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Hank Jones - Arigato

Nice if slightly uneven album. It's a shame there's some sort of intermittent weird digital sounding distortion/frequencies going with the piano; not sure if due to the original recording or the transfer to digitial and/or CD mastering. Someone fugged up and it's really annoying. 

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15 hours ago, Larry Kart said:

"Three for Duke" -- from 1957 on Jubliee, with Teddy Charles, Oscar Pettiford, and Hall Overton. I'd give a lot to get a remastered or even just a clean copy of this one. All parties are clicking; Overton could really play, in a kind of arranger's-piano offshoot of Monk; the all-Ellington program is great ("Mainstem," "Do Nothing Till You Hear from Me," "Sophisticated Lady," ""Don't Get Aound Much Anymore," Sherman Shuffle, " The Mooche");  it's the best Charles in a blowing format I know; and Pettiford is just terrific. Unfortunately, on the rather beat up used copy I have, and probably on the original, what Petttiford plays is not as clear as it should be/might be.
 

 

Thanks for posting that rarity - I wonder why Michael Cuscuna never got around to reissue this one. 

p.s. saw the link to the Japanese reissue and ordered a copy - this makes my day.

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Charles Mingus - Changes One (Atlantic, 1975)

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3 hours ago, EKE BBB said:

Charles Mingus - Ah Um (Columbia, 1959)

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:wub:  One of the first records that introduced me to the music.

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46 minutes ago, paul secor said:

:wub:  One of the first records that introduced me to the music.

:tup:tup:tup Same here!

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