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Sticking with Conjure for now.  The usual mix of word, vocals, latin, blues and free jazz, but it all hangs together  David Murray and Billy Bang provide the jazz interest.  Playing this reminded me that I saw Hanrahan with a similar lineup to this at the Barbican in London in 2003.  Anyone else here make that performance?

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Howard Riley Trio - Discussions
with Barry Guy  & Jon Hiseman
recorded Dec. 1967

 

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2 hours ago, JohnS said:

Sticking with Conjure for now.  The usual mix of word, vocals, latin, blues and free jazz, but it all hangs together  David Murray and Billy Bang provide the jazz interest.  Playing this reminded me that I saw Hanrahan with a similar lineup to this at the Barbican in London in 2003.  Anyone else here make that performance?

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Saw the Conjure Band in 1992 @Jazzfest Wien .... although interesting - vocalist Carmen Lundy was exquisite - the overall impression was slightly dissapointing .... likely the early (!!) afternnon slot and the concert hall`s bad acoustics didn`t help either .....

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Following "Coup De Tete" and "Desire Develops An Edge"/"A Few More Notes From The End Run" (IMO)the last outstanding Kip Hanrahan album .... subsequently the formula became flawed ....

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1 hour ago, jazzscriveyn said:

Howard Riley Trio - Discussions
with Barry Guy  & Jon Hiseman
recorded Dec. 1967

 

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:tup:tup Original LP pressed in 99 copies by Chris Wellard for tax reasons !

One of Jon Hiseman’s best sessions, IMO, along with the Mike Taylor Columbia sessions. Strangely, his biography makes no mention of it.

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Mildred Bailey: "The Columbia Recordings 10"

 

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3 hours ago, soulpope said:

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One I never picked up.

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5 minutes ago, paul secor said:

One I never picked up.

Give it a try Paul .... this one aka "WSQ plays Duke Ellington" is really good ....

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4 hours ago, soulpope said:

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Following "Coup De Tete" and "Desire Develops An Edge"/"A Few More Notes From The End Run" (IMO)the last outstanding Kip Hanrahan album .... subsequently the formula became flawed ....

I feel the same way. I bought a relatively recent Hanrahan, and the magic that was there earlier wasn't there. And a falloff in the recording quality didn't help.

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One of the best 70`s soul albums hands-down ....

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Ruby Braff's tone is simply gorgeous.

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20 minutes ago, mikeweil said:

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Ruby Braff's tone is simply gorgeous.

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Charlie Rouse sideman date goodie ....

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Jamie Saft: Solo A Genova

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