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"In Memory of Elizabeth Reed" live in NYC 1978 by Dickey Betts and Great Southern.  Glorious.  He wasn't just "the other guitarist" to Duane Allman and Warren Haynes, though it certainly wouldn't bother me to never hear "Ramblin' Man" again...

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The "friends" included James Taylor, Diana Krall, Dave & Matt Brubeck, Joshua Redman, Chris Thile, Paquito D'Rivera and Renee Fleming.

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1 hour ago, felser said:

"In Memory of Elizabeth Reed"

That's a great song. :tup

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So, what else was left of the Commodore Mosaics? Not that it matters, this is not "jazz", but I gotta wonder what else.

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When I listen to this, I'm always taken by his beautiful tone.

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Steve Lacy Meets Steve Potts (Virgin/Soul Note/Europe 1). A limited-edition (500 copies) two track CD recorded live at the Virgin Megastore in Paris in 1994.

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8 hours ago, felser said:

"In Memory of Elizabeth Reed" live in NYC 1978 by Dickey Betts and Great Southern.  Glorious.  He wasn't just "the other guitarist" to Duane Allman and Warren Haynes, though it certainly wouldn't bother me to never hear "Ramblin' Man" again...

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Good one ....

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15 minutes ago, BillF said:

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Great cover photography by unique William Claxton ....

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This was the first Kirk album I bought back then.  It's the one I return to most often

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24 minutes ago, JohnS said:

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This was the first Kirk album I bought back then.  It's the one I return to most often

Funky stuff ....

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Wynton Marsalis - Black Codes (From The Underground) (Columbia, 1985)

 

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Wolfgang Lackerschmid & Chet Baker - Ballads for Two (Dot Time Records)

Among the two bonus tracks on this welcome recent reissue of a first studio recording  
with German vibraphonist Wolfgang Lackerschmid from 1979 is a
wonderful version of "Why shouldn´t I cry" with Chet playing muted 

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39 minutes ago, Balladeer said:

Wolfgang Lackerschmid & Chet Baker - Ballads for Two (Dot Time Records)

Among the two bonus tracks on this welcome recent reissue of a first studio recording  
with German vibraphonist Wolfgang Lackerschmid from 1979 is a
wonderful version of "Why shouldn´t I cry" with Chet playing muted 

A pity they didn`t use the original cover art .... and the sound of the original in-akustik CD is beautiful .... so this is about the bonus tracks ....

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1 minute ago, Joe said:

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