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26 minutes ago, Gheorghe said:

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Two winners back-to-back ....

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42 minutes ago, soulpope said:

Two winners back-to-back ....

That´s it. Really strange the tune "Twins" on Grahan Moncur´s album. It sounds like some Roumanian folk dance to me, the kind I know them from Transsilvania and Banat....., and the composer himself admit´s that it has a 4/4 time, but "not necessarly in a jazz rhythm". It would be interesting to know how he got that idea. Maybe, maybe it was via Bela Bartok, who I think lived his last years in the States and who had much of that transsilvanian influence in his compositions........

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25 minutes ago, Gheorghe said:

That´s it. Really strange the tune "Twins" on Grahan Moncur´s album. It sounds like some Roumanian folk dance to me, the kind I know them from Transsilvania and Banat....., and the composer himself admit´s that it has a 4/4 time, but "not necessarly in a jazz rhythm". It would be interesting to know how he got that idea. Maybe, maybe it was via Bela Bartok, who I think lived his last years in the States and who had much of that transsilvanian influence in his compositions........

Interesting thoughts ....

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48 minutes ago, JohnS said:

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Still astounding how manny important recordings sessions Freddie Hubbard graced in the 60`s ....

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Starting my day with this

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Dave Ambrosio    Bass
Peter Apfelbaum    Melodica, Sax (Tenor)
Tom Beckham    Vibraphone
George Schuller    Drums
Brad Shepik    Guitar

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5 hours ago, soulpope said:

Good stuff ....

Too bad I don´t have that, would be very interesting, though I always try to avoid to buy piano-trio albums, preferring them together with horn players. Great cover ! I think I remember the Steeplechase covers from the inner sleeves of the LPs and Birdtown Birds had another cover.

Recently I saw the film based on Albany´s daughters Amy book "Low Down" or something like that. Some piano tracks show a quite interesting piano style, somehow a mixture of bop with more Tristano-like dissonant touches, maybe a bit like a mixture between the late Dick Twardzick and Herbie Nichols.

On the only recorded document  I have from him with Bird at the Finale Club he sounded a bit stiff, but interesting.

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2 hours ago, Peter Friedman said:

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Excellent .... Wilbur Ware (!!) ....

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2 hours ago, Peter Friedman said:

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Now playing:

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16 hours ago, soulpope said:

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16 hours ago, Gheorghe said:

Too bad I don´t have that, would be very interesting, though I always try to avoid to buy piano-trio albums, preferring them together with horn players. Great cover ! I think I remember the Steeplechase covers from the inner sleeves of the LPs and Birdtown Birds had another cover.

Recently I saw the film based on Albany´s daughters Amy book "Low Down" or something like that. Some piano tracks show a quite interesting piano style, somehow a mixture of bop with more Tristano-like dissonant touches, maybe a bit like a mixture between the late Dick Twardzick and Herbie Nichols.

On the only recorded document  I have from him with Bird at the Finale Club he sounded a bit stiff, but interesting.

This is the original cover:
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I prefer the reissue cover over the original.

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 Barron is in remarkable form on "Live at Bradley's." Tracks average 12-15 minutes, and his solos sustain interest with ease.

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Gonsalves' reading of "You Go To My Head" on the album below (he and Lockjaw play on different tracks) is an out-of-body experience.

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This, and Jackie McLean´s One Step Beyond, but I coudln´t post the album cover

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