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So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

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1 hour ago, Chuck Nessa said:

A well done series.

Yep. Just listened to the next volume.

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Been too long since I've heard this one. (From the Coltrane box set "Side Steps"). 

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Earl Hines - Live at the New School, Volume Two (Chiaroscuro)
To my knowledge, this LP hasn't ever been reissued in any digital format. I wonder why. It's not because the music is sub-standard! ;) 

 

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David Friedman - Winter Love, April Joy (East Wind / Inner City)

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Cuba Gooding Sr. (1944 - 2017)

 

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Bud Powell - At the Golden Circle Vol. 1

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CD1 - Billy Eckstine AFRS material

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8 hours ago, Peter Friedman said:

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:tup!

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Tim Buckley - Happy Sad (WQCP-923, SHM-CD)

Uncharacteristically stellar sound on this Japanese Warner reissue. (All the Tim Buckley SHM-CDs sound great.)

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Classic Capitol Jazz Sessions Disc 10

Paul Desmond Jim Hall Mosaic Disc 2

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Listening to the tracks with Mobley .....

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Derek BaileyMusic And Dance (Revenant)

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It's raining outside this morning.  It seems like the right weather to play this Derek Bailey CD of live "duos" with dancer Min Tanaka.  The first half consists of the work called "Rain Dance" which was recorded in an abandoned forge in Paris.  As Bailey notes:

"The site of our performance [...] was not, in itself, particularly special, but when we played, the environment, as so often with Min, performed a significant role; La Forge had a glass roof, there was a brief burst of torrential rain, the roof leaked = RAIN DANCE."

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Mark Shim - Turbulent Flow

Why doesn't Shim record as a leader anymore? 

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John McNeil Quintet - Embarkation (SteepleChase)
Terrific band. Terrific music.

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11 hours ago, HutchFan said:

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Earl Hines - Live at the New School, Volume Two (Chiaroscuro)
To my knowledge, this LP hasn't ever been reissued in any digital format. I wonder why. It's not because the music is sub-standard! ;) 

Earl HinesLive at The New School (Chiaroscuro Records)

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This CD has the complete concert.

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1 hour ago, alankin said:

Earl HinesLive at The New School (Chiaroscuro Records)

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This CD has the complete concert.

alankin - The music on Live at the New School Volume Two was recorded in 1974, one year after the first Live at the New School LP, which was recorded in 1973. They're entirely different concerts.  

Until recently, I'd also assumed that the music on Vol. 2 was from the same concert as Vol. 1.  But that isn't the case. ;) 

See the different tracklists below:

Live at the New School ("Volume 1," CD version)
1 As Long As I Live
2 The Talk of the Town
3 Spoken Announcement
4 Fats Waller Medley
5 I've Got The World on a String
6 International Medley: Canadian Sunset / Lullaby Of Birdland / A Night In Trinadad
7 Satin Doll
8 West Side Story Medley: I Feel Pretty / Maria / America / There's A Place For Us / Tonight
9 Medley: When The Saints Go Marchin' In / Along The Santa Fe Trail / Perdido
10 Boogie Woogie on St. Louis Blues

Live at the New School, Volume Two (LP)
A1 Japanese Sandman
A2 Blue Skies
A3 Slaughter on 10th Avenue
B1 Medley: Sweet Lorraine / The Girl From Ipanema / Bluesette / A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody / Tea For Two    
B2 Earl Hines Medley: My Monday Date / You Can Depend On Me / Caution Blues / Rosetta

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Ah, I should have known it wasn't that simple!

Now playing:
Gary ThomasWhile The Gate Is Open (JMT / Polydor Tokyo)
— Gary Thomas - tenor saxophone, flute; Kevin Eubanks - electric guitar (tracks 1, 5, 6 & 8); Renee Rosnes - synthesizer, piano (tracks 2, 3 & 8); Anthony Cox (tracks 4, 5, 7 & 8), Dave Holland (tracks 1-3 & 6) - bass; Dennis Chambers - drums (tracks 1-5, 7 & 8); standards

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I noticed he hasn't recorded as a leader for a while.  I guess he's been busy as an educator -- he's currently "Director and Chair of Jazz Studies" at the Peabody Institute.
 

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