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Lars Gullin "Baritone Sax & Swings 1"

 

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Now playing another downlaoded album:

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Blues On The Other Side : Mike Mainieri (vib) Bruce Martin (p) Julius Ruggiero (b) Joe Porcaro (d)

 New York, September 5, 1962

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27 minutes ago, Berthold said:

Lars Gullin "Baritone Sax & Swings 1"

 

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👍👍👍!!!

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The New Miles Davis Quintet ‎– Miles (Prestige, 1955)

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Forgotten about this one. Fine session.   I don't have this issue,I have a 13 cd set of live Miles on United Archives.

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Chet Baker & Art Pepper ‎– The Route (Capitol/Pacific Jazz, 1956)

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48 minutes ago, soulpope said:

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One of my favourite Tetes... and I own them all! :rolleyes:

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Love me some Mr. Five by Five!

 

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20 hours ago, Peter Friedman said:

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:tup

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Jamie Saft Quartet: Blue Dream

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2 hours ago, mjazzg said:

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Doesn't work for me.

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Jemeel Moondoc - Revolt of the Negro Lawn Jockeys (Eremite)

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The first album here was a quartet with Andre Previn, Red Mitchell and Frank Capp.  It's an all Kurt Weill album, but the focus is on his German theater songs (all but two of the tunes do come from The Threepenny Opera), so no "My Ship" or "September Song" will be found here.  It's an okay album, worth hearing , but not a "must hear" item.  The second album finds J.J. Johnson as the only instrumental soloist amid an orchestra and a group of "voices" who would fit someplace between Esquivel and Anita Kerr.  There are some good trombone solos to be heard here, but I'm sure few jazz fans would want to wade through the rest of the musical muck simply to savor those few moments.  It would be nice if someone could extract Mr. Johnson's solos, back them up with some newly recorded rhythm section with perhaps some added guest horn soloists as well, and thereby construct a decent album.  Sure it would be a musical Frankenstein's creation, but it's that time of year  . . .

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