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Horace Tapscott - Legacies For Our Grandchildren: Live In Hollywood, 1995

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Release date July 1:

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Horace Tapscott Quintet - Legacies for Our Grandchildren - Live in Hollywood, 1995 - Horace Tapscott (piano), Michael Session (soprano, alto, tenor saxophones), Thurman Green (trombone), Roberto Miranda (double bass), Fritz Wise (drums)

 

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thanks for the heads-up! 37 minutes of that music are already in the CD for the Dark Tree book, curious how much / what they will add

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Thanks for the heads up!  Just pre-ordered on Amazon, don't see a pre-order option on the Dark Tree website.  Harbour, I share your frustration on vinyl-only issues.

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I have the excellent CD that came with the book. Will order this for the extra material.

I'd rather purchase from someone other than Amazon, will give Bertrand some time to offer it through the Dark Tree site.

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1 hour ago, T.D. said:

I have the excellent CD that came with the book. Will order this for the extra material.

I'd rather purchase from someone other than Amazon, will give Bertrand some time to offer it through the Dark Tree site.

Yes, if I see Bertrand offering it on the site, I'll cancel my Amazon pre-order.

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Harbour: "Still pissed that those two recent Tapscott things were vinyl only."  IF you refer in part to the Tapscott Michael Session Avignon 1989 date offered on Bandcamp, that session was made available as a cd in Japan in early 2021.  

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just realized that these sessions are described in the Dark Tree book (p. 236), apparently it was a planned album that wasn't released at the time, 68 minutes of music extracted from two nights of live recording with tracks including Ballad of Deadwood Dick, Motherless Child, Little Africa, Breakfast at Bongo's and Close to Freedom [of which the first three tracks make up 37 minutes of the CD in the book]... so if they stick to the album as originally planned (but not released because no label could be found) there will be 30 minutes of additional music... Intriguingly, the same paragraph also describes a sister album recorded a bit later in the studio where the band is augmented to an octet featuring Bobby Bradford... wouldn't be shocked if that is next on the list...

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5 hours ago, cliffpeterson said:

Harbour: "Still pissed that those two recent Tapscott things were vinyl only."  IF you refer in part to the Tapscott Michael Session Avignon 1989 date offered on Bandcamp, that session was made available as a cd in Japan in early 2021.  

Yeah I have that, I meant the Tapscott + Winds one and the Century City Playhouse 1979 one, I don’t think there are even digital downloads. I found some fairly decent needle drops for the time being.

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