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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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1 hour ago, kh1958 said:

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That looks interesting.  I'm especially fond of Art Lande.  Might have to....

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Lee Konitz Meets Jimmy Giuffre (Verve, 1959).  Lee Konitz - alto sax; Jimmy Giuffre - baritone sax; Hal McKusick - alto sax; Ted Brown, Warne Marsh - tenor sax; Bill Evans - piano; Buddy Clark - bass; Ronnie Free - drums. 

 

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thelonious monk
    amsterdam    4-15-61    
    london    11-3-69    
    tokyo    10-1-70    

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14 hours ago, paul secor said:

: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.

Jerry Lawson was marvelous ....

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Shorty Baker / Doc Cheatham - Shorty & Doc (Prestige OJC). A genial trumpet non-battle. It would have been nice if they had spelled Doc's last name correctly on the cover.

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Charles Mingus - Changes Two (Atlantic, 1975)

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3 hours ago, mikeweil said:

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.

Tried to order it but couldn't -- the site wouldn't verify my credit card's three-digit secondary number, whatever the heck that's called.

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1 hour ago, jeffcrom said:

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Shorty Baker / Doc Cheatham - Shorty & Doc (Prestige OJC). A genial trumpet non-battle. It would have been nice if they had spelled Doc's last name correctly on the cover.

Good one, Jeff!

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    amsterdam     9-23-70    
    cti all-stars, seattle    1973    

 

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Keith JarrettEl Juicio (The Judgement) (Atlantic Records – Warner Japan/EU)
— With Dewey Redman, Charlie Haden, Paul Motian

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4 hours ago, John Tapscott said:

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Very good ....

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Henry Threadgill - Carry The Day (Columbia, 1995)

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Record 1
Nice compilation of Kirk material, decent sound.

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Morgana King -- I guess I would say I appreciate what she does more than I actually like what she does.  (I ould place Cleo Laine in that category as well.)  This CD is a compilation of material from her Muse albums from 1977-87.

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Lee Wiley, on the other hand, is one of my absolute favorite singers.  This CD gathers material, mostly radio broadcasts, from 1933-59.  While not essential (and certainly, no one needs to hear 2 takes of the utterly forgettable tune, "Let's Call It a Day"), any Lee Wiley is welcome Lee Wiley.

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Will Holshouser Trio + Bernardo Sassetti – Palace Ghosts and Drunken Hymns (Clean Feed Records)
— Ron Horton trumpet / Bernardo Sassetti piano / Will Holshouser accordion / David Phillips bass

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Kenyon Hopkins: The Hustler (Intrada CD)

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