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Tommy's Jazz #24 / Reservoir Music CD Offer

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Tommy's Jazz #24 / Reservoir Music CD Offer

Deadline is September 7th. Orders will be on hand by the end of that week for invoicing & shipping
Regular Media mail rates will be added to your invoice.
Order 10 and I will ship for free in the US only.
There have been titles put back in stock since the last time I offered these.


$10.00 Each
101    PONOMAREV, VALERY    MEANS OF IDENTIFICATION
102    PUMA, JOE    SHINING HOUR
103        LEITCH, PETER    RED ZONE
104       RALPH MOORE , ROUND TRIP
106        SCHNEIDERMAN, ROB    NEW OUTLOOK
107        PONOMAREV, VALERY    TRIP TO MOSCOW
108        BRIGNOLA, NICK    RAINCHECK
109        FLANAGAN, TOMMY MONTEROSE, J.R.    A LITTLE PLEASURE
110       TATE, BUDDY GREY, AL    JUST JAZZ
111        SLICKER, DON   THE MUSIC OF KENNY DORHAM
112        BRIGNOLA, NICK    ON A DIFFERENT LEVEL
113        ADAMS, PEPPER    CONJURATION/FAT TUESDAY'S SESSION
114        SCHNEIDERMAN, ROB    SMOOTH SAILING
115        BARRON, KENNY    THE ONLY ONE
116        O'BRIEN, HOD    RIDIN' HIGH
117       BRIGNOLA, NICK  WHAT IT TAKES
119        PONOMAREV, VALERY    PROFILE
120        SCHNEIDERMAN, ROB    RADIO WAVES
121        BARRON, KENNY    THE MOMENT
122        BERK, DICK NEW JAZZ ADOPTION AGENCY    LET'S COOL ONE
123        BRIGNOLA, NICK   IT'S TIME
124        MCSHANN, JAY HICKS, JOHN    HOOTIE & HICKS/MISSOURI CONNECTION
125        BRIGNOLA, NICK    LIVE AT SWEET BASIL-FIRST SET
126        SCHNEIDERMAN, ROB    STANDARDS
127        KATZ, DICK    THREE WAY PLAY
128        BERK, DICK    EAST COAST STROLL
129        LEITCH, PETER  A SPECIAL RAPPORT
130        HICKS, JOHN    BEYOND EXPECTATIONS
131        PONOMAREV, VALERY    LIVE AT SWEET BASIL
132        SCHNEIDERMAN, ROB    DARK BLUE
133        BRIGNOLA, NICK    LIKE OLD TIMES
134        LEITCH, PETER HICKS, JOHN    DUALITY
135        COLLINS, JAY    UNCOMMON THREADS
136        RODITI, CLAUDIO    FREE WHEELIN', THE MUSIC OF LEE MORGAN
137       PALMER, JEFF    SHADES OF THE PINE
138       FEDCHOCK, JOHN   NEW YORK BIG BAND
139        RODITI, CLAUDIO  SAMBA MANHATTAN STYLE
140        LEITCH, PETER    COLOURS & DIMENSIONS
141        KATZ, DICK    THE LINE FORMS HERE
142        COLLINS, JAY    REALITY TONIC
143        BERK, DICK    ONE BY ONE
144        SCHNEIDERMAN, ROB    KEEPIN' IN THE GROOVE
145        BRIGNOLA, NICK    THE FLIGHT OF THE EAGLE
146        LEITCH, PETER    UP FRONT
148        RODITI, CLAUDIO    DOUBLE STANDARDS
149       BOIARSKY, ANDRES    INTO THE LIGHT
150        PONOMAREV, VALERY    A STAR FOR YOU
152       SCHNEIDERMAN, ROB    DANCING IN THE DARK
153       FEDCHOCK, JOHN  ON THE EDGE
154        KUHN, STEVE    DEDICATION
155        O'BRIEN, HOD    SO THAT'S HOW IT IS
156        ALVES, HELIO    TRIOS
157        KUHN, STEVE    COUNTDOWN
158        MALINVERNI, PETE    A VERY GOOD YEAR
159        BRIGNOLA, NICK    ALL BUSINESS
160        LEITCH, PETER    BLUES ON THE CORNER
161        HOPE, BERTHA    NOTHIN' BUT LOVE
162        KUHN, STEVE    THE BEST THINGS
163        FEDCHOCK, JOHN    HIT THE BRICKS
164        MALINVERNI, PETE    OF ONE MIND
165        SCHNEIDERMAN, ROB    EDGEWISE
166        PONOMAREV, VALERY    THE MESSENGER
167        BEN-HUR, RONI    ANNA'S DANCE
168        BRIGNOLA, NICK    TOUR DE FORCE
169        MAYER, JON    FULL CIRCLE
170       FEDCHOCK, JOHN , NO NONSENSE
171        MALINVERNI, PETE    AUTUMN IN NEW YORK
172        SMULYAN, GARY    THE REAL DEAL
173        HARRIS, BARRY    LIVE IN NEW YORK
174        BRIGNOLA, NICK    THINGS AIN'T WHAT THEY USED TO BE / LAST SET AT SWEET BASIL
175        MAYER, JON    THE CLASSICS
176        ALVES, HELIO    PORTRAIT IN BLACK AND WHITE
177        MALINVERNI, PETE    THE TEMPEST
178        SCHNEIDERMAN, ROB    BACK IN TOWN
179        LEITCH, PETER    AUTOBIOGRAPHY
180        O'BRIEN, HOD    LIVE AT BLUES ALLEY - FIRST SET
181        BEN-HUR, RONI    SIGNATURE
182        O'BRIEN, HOD    LIVE AT BLUES ALLEY - SECOND SET
183        MAYER, JON    MY ROMANCE
184        MALINVERNI, PETE    THEME & VARIATIONS
185        SMULYAN, GARY    HIDDEN TREASURES
186        PONOMAREV, VALERY    BEYOND THE OBVIOUS
187        O'BRIEN, HOD    LIVE AT BLUES ALLEY - THIRD SET
188        FEDCHOCK, JOHN  UP AND RUNNING
189        BEJERANO, MARTIN    EVOLUTION/REVOLUTION
190        SMULYAN, GARY    MORE TREASURES
191        MAYER, JON    SO MANY STARS
192        MALINVERNI, PETE    INVISIBLE CITIES
193        SCHNEIDERMAN, ROB    GLASS ENCLOSURE
194        MAGNARELLI, JOE    PERSISTENCE
195        SMULYAN, GARY    HIGH NOON - THE JAZZ SOUL OF FRANKIE LAINE
197        MAYER, JON    NIGHTSCAPE
198        LEVY, JED    GOOD PEOPLE

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Recommendations?  They have a lot of Peter Leitch, for example, who's a good guitarist.  The Flanagan/Monterose looks interesting.  Pepper Adams is usually reliable.  Steve Kuhn?  Nick Brignola can burn, but there are 10 titles.  I have the Barry Harris - Live From NY.  

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The Bertha Hope is satisfying.

And the Flanagan/Monterose is too.

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mjzee,

re: Steve Kuhn -- The Best Things is excellent.  ... I'm not familiar with the others.

Also, Pete Malinverni's Invisible Cities is very good -- with Rich Perry & Tim Hagans.

 

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Posted (edited)

I think the Brignola On a Different Level (with Kenny Barron, Dave Holland, Jack DeJohnette) is outstanding and on a different level from his other listed titles.

Edited by T.D.

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Let me answer in a different way about the Bertha hope record - if you don't yet know here, enter someplace else. But if you do know her already, go ahead and get this one. More, uh, "mellow" to use the euphemism often used to indicate that inevitable passages of time that don't dull the core of a voice. But BerthaHhope is (IS!) a treasure, not to be forgotten or overlooked. so proceed accordingly!

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I have the three Steve Kuhn recordings and the Bertha Hope and like them all.

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If you like Nick Brignola, I can endorse "On A Different Level" (DeJohnnete is on fire there) "Flight of the Eagle," "It's Time," "Seems Like Old Times," and "Raincheck." The others from Nick on the list I haven't heard. I should add that"It's Time" has some non-bari, multi-track pieces, which I think come across just fine, but some might bridle at the idea; in any case, Nick plays very well on all his horns. Also, for John Hicks fans, he's in excellent form on "Seems Like Old Times." He and Nick are a good pairing, as are Nick and Claudio Roditi.

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Posted (edited)

Thread from 2011 about Brignola music on Reservoir: 

 

I have all of the Brignola discs and think all of them are at least good.  "THINGS AIN'T WHAT THEY USED TO BE / LAST SET AT SWEET BASIL" was released after his death. Reputedly he did not want that music released but the label went ahead anyway.  I echo the comment about about the Kuhn dates and feel the same way about the Hod O'brien recordings.  John Fedcock's big band music is also worthy. 

Edited by cliffpeterson

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For whatever reason, Brignola's "Poinciana" (#151), also recorded for Reservoir, is not on this list.  

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6 hours ago, cliffpeterson said:

For whatever reason, Brignola's "Poinciana" (#151), also recorded for Reservoir, is not on this list.  

Not in stock

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Thanks everyone for your recommendations.  I decided to order 10 for the free shipping, and went for:

Tommy Flanagan + J.R. Monterose -  A Little Pleasure

Steve Kuhn - The Best Things

Nick Brignola - On A Different Level, Like Old Times, All Business, Raincheck

Pepper Adams - Conjuration

Peter Leitch - A Special Rapport, Red Zone

Joe Puma - Shining Hour

 

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54 minutes ago, mjzee said:

Thanks everyone for your recommendations.  I decided to order 10 for the free shipping, and went for:

Tommy Flanagan + J.R. Monterose -  A Little Pleasure

Steve Kuhn - The Best Things

Nick Brignola - On A Different Level, Like Old Times, All Business, Raincheck

Pepper Adams - Conjuration

Peter Leitch - A Special Rapport, Red Zone

Joe Puma - Shining Hour

 

thanks! 

Due up next is Black Saint / Soul Note single cds and vinyl. I hope. 

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Looking for a few of those. Thanks for the heads up.

 

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Posted (edited)

I'm a good friend of Mark Feldman and he'll be glad people are still interested in the label. Sales aren't what they used to be obviously. I own a good chunk of the Reservoir catalog. The Fedchocks are some of my favs from the label with Nick Brignola close behind.  The Rob Schneiderman dates with Brian Lynch are quite good. Like the Valery Ponomorev dates. The Steve Kuhn's are very good  along with the Kenny Barron session. Don't sleep on the Ralph Moore session either.  Did I say I like this label?

PS Going to get the Bertha Hope release next time I'm in Kingston. 

Edited by Tom 1960

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I've known Mark since 1993. Met him when I worked at Harbor Record. These are coming straight from him. 

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I met Mark when he was still a partner in Uptown. Good guy, and have known Tom since his Harbor Export days.

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Please let me know if anyone plans on ordering? Not even half way there to my minimum order.

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order goes in tomorrow at noon EST... please order before that time if your interested. Thanks

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