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Yosuke Yamashita———Dazzling Days————(Verve Jpn)

 

Such a great composer and musician. 

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and then, just because it is that time of year, one of my favorite Jimmy Rushing recordings:

 

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5 hours ago, duaneiac said:

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Prime Rahsaan ....

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1 hour ago, soulpope said:

Prime Rahsaan ....

But dubious font !

 

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5 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

But dubious font !

 

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True .... btw the complete version of this concert circulting in collectors circles features a words defying version of "Volunteered Slavery" ....

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Just back from two weeks away. This is the first thing to come to hand.

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8 hours ago, paul secor said:

See the source image

👍👍👍!!!

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Jack Teagarden The Roulette Sessions 1

 

 

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3 hours ago, soulpope said:

True .... btw the complete version of this concert circulting in collectors circles features a words defying version of "Volunteered Slavery" ....

Well damn.  Why did Joel Dorn choose to leave that performance off the CD version?

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1 hour ago, duaneiac said:

Well damn.  Why did Joel Dorn choose to leave that performance off the CD version?

Too bad 32 Jazz isn't around anymore. He brought out some great music. 

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2 hours ago, duaneiac said:

Well damn.  Why did Joel Dorn choose to leave that performance off the CD version?

The whole performace is terrific - limited  to a  one CD release Dorn seemingly decided to saviour the original track sequence, following "Blue Train" reached the 67 minutes mark and therefore the long version of "Volunteered Slavery" and two subsequent tracks had to be left out ....

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