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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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8 hours ago, BillF said:

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That´s also the cover of Bills memories "Scenes from a jazz life: From Birdland to Broadway". Maybe you  know it, if not - read it. IMHO one of the best books about jazz ever written. 

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Buddy Rich:  Big Swing Face.  He passed on this date in 1987.  Benny Goodman and Buddy's big band - my intro to jazz way back when

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Noah Howard at Judson Hall (ESP-Disk)

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Ray Anderson - Right Down Your Alley (Soul Note)

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14 hours ago, sidewinder said:

Buck Clayton Mosaic Jam Sessions - CD1. Perfect Bank Holiday listening.

Fabulous music, especially if listened to in small doses.

2 hours ago, Marzz said:

Ray Anderson - Right Down Your Alley (Soul Note)

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:tup

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Lester Young • Harry Edison: Pres & Sweets

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Muggsy Spanier & Bud Freeman: 1944-45 - The Complete V-Disc Sessions

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22 hours ago, sidewinder said:

Will probably dig the Chico Hamilton Mosaic set out a bit later on in response to that article in this month’s JJI. Interesting details of the ‘Strollers’ residency.

Try listening to it on a good old vinyl copy. My opinion went up too after that.

Yep, it was the article in JJ that prompted this play.  Also it as one of my earliest record purchases back in the 50s.  So there's a  certain nostalgia element.  Playing it now it's only Jim Hall and the leader which really catches my ear.  

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1 hour ago, BillF said:

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:tup:tup:tup!!!

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