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Jazz Crusaders - do I need any of their *live* albums? — if I’ve got the Mosaic of their studio output.

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‘Chile Con Soul’ seemed to come out on CD over here by stealth - never used to see it but eventually tracked it down. 

5 minutes ago, Daniel A said:

I've got "Powerhouse" on an Applause CD with the red cover. Sound quality is bad.

A keeper then? :D

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6 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

A keeper then? :D

Yes, impossible to get rid of! :lol:

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The Jazz Crusaders box is one of the few (8) Mosaic big boxes I have kept, because so many of the original albums have not made it onto legit CD.  

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Played this again today, it really has some of the best boogaloo tracks made in th 1960's. Carlos Vidal and Carmelo Garcia are great. Recommended.

On 29.11.2021 at 10:29 PM, Daniel A said:

Lighthouse '69 is a favorite of mine. I believe there is a post somewhere here (maybe from Kevin B) where Michael Cuscuna is quoted, to the effect that he had prepared the album for CD release with bonus material, but just couldn't go ahead because of the collapse of the CD market and generally poor sales of Pacific Jazz reissues. 

Too bad ...

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On 11/21/2021 at 5:55 AM, mikeweil said:

Chile Con Soul is really nice!

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TTK included the money cut "Agua Dulce" in his stellar set on Latino 54!

The show will be archived at the link below for one magical week, before it disappears forever into the ether, along with your memories of the show. 

https://www.wmnf.org/events/latino-54/

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