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Got around to ordering the new Coltrane and Giuffre live sets.

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Having realised they were limited - the two Audio One releases "The Midwest School" and "An International Report" from Vandermark and cohorts.

Also, Scorch Trio & Mars Williams - Made in Norway [Rune Gramofon]- wanted some more Williams and thought this could be a winning combination

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My October batch:

DKV Trio with Fred Anderson [1996, Okka Disk]

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DKV Trio - Live in Wels & Chicago [1998, Okka Disk]

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Circle - Paris Concert [1971, ECM]

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Chick Corea, Barry Altschul, Dave Holland - A.R.C. [1971, ECM]

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Andrew Hill - Dusk [1999, Palmetto]

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Good buys.

Chris Connor - A Jazz Date With Chris/Criss Craft

Ideal Bread - Beating The Teens

Ran Blake & Jeanne Lee - Free Standards, Stockholm 1966

The latter is an official issue (Columbia France) the first I've ever come across :tup

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pre-order of Tyshawn Sorey's 'Alloy'. The apparent return to 'Koan' dynamics makes this very appealing

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Just placed my order for my upcoming special day:

DKV Trio - the new 5 CD box on not two - Sound in Motion in Sound

Horace Tapscott: The Giant is Awakened

Bill Dixon: Intents and Purposes

Hal Russell NRG Ensemble plus Charles Tyler: Generation

Bobby Bradford/Frode Gjerstad Quartet: Silver Cornet

The Whammies play the music of Steve Lacy: Volume 3 Live

My October batch:

DKV Trio with Fred Anderson [1996, Okka Disk]

MI0002485556.jpg?partner=allrovi.com

DKV Trio - Live in Wels & Chicago [1998, Okka Disk]

MI0002095642.jpg?partner=allrovi.com

Circle - Paris Concert [1971, ECM]

MI0003334342.jpg?partner=allrovi.com

Chick Corea, Barry Altschul, Dave Holland - A.R.C. [1971, ECM]

MI0000519170.jpg?partner=allrovi.com

Andrew Hill - Dusk [1999, Palmetto]

MI0001436947.jpg?partner=allrovi.com

Niels - I really am very glad that someone here (and I'm glad it's you) stepped up and ordered that 2 CD DKV Live in Wels and Chicago recording.

Very interested to hear your thoughts after a couple of times through.

Disc 2 demands to be played very loud

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eMusic Renews!

Tim Warfield Sextet - Jazz Is ...

Marc Cary - For the Love of Abbey

Opus 5 - Introducing Opus 5

Marc Bernstein & Good People - Hymn for Life

Luis Perdomo - Universal Mind

Laurent Coq / Miguel Zenón - Rayuela

Rebecca Trescher’s Hochzeit Null11 - Sud

Billy Drummond - Dubai

Kenny Barron Trio - Landscape

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Just placed my order for my upcoming special day:

DKV Trio - the new 5 CD box on not two - Sound in Motion in Sound

Horace Tapscott: The Giant is Awakened

Bill Dixon: Intents and Purposes

Hal Russell NRG Ensemble plus Charles Tyler: Generation

Bobby Bradford/Frode Gjerstad Quartet: Silver Cornet

The Whammies play the music of Steve Lacy: Volume 3 Live

My October batch:

DKV Trio with Fred Anderson [1996, Okka Disk]

MI0002485556.jpg?partner=allrovi.com

DKV Trio - Live in Wels & Chicago [1998, Okka Disk]

MI0002095642.jpg?partner=allrovi.com

Circle - Paris Concert [1971, ECM]

MI0003334342.jpg?partner=allrovi.com

Chick Corea, Barry Altschul, Dave Holland - A.R.C. [1971, ECM]

MI0000519170.jpg?partner=allrovi.com

Andrew Hill - Dusk [1999, Palmetto]

MI0001436947.jpg?partner=allrovi.com

Niels - I really am very glad that someone here (and I'm glad it's you) stepped up and ordered that 2 CD DKV Live in Wels and Chicago recording.

Very interested to hear your thoughts after a couple of times through.

Disc 2 demands to be played very loud

Well, regarding the Wels and Chicago recording it was kind funny. I wanted to buy a DKV trio recording for some time now, and on the same day I listened to Don Cherry's Complete Communion since quite a while (and loving it) I noticed the DKV trio used that theme for disk one. Than on that same day I also read in the "Best track you heard all week" topic your comment regarding track 2 and 3 of disk two, so it was an easy decision after that.

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Just placed my order for my upcoming special day:

DKV Trio - the new 5 CD box on not two - Sound in Motion in Sound

Horace Tapscott: The Giant is Awakened

Bill Dixon: Intents and Purposes

Hal Russell NRG Ensemble plus Charles Tyler: Generation

Bobby Bradford/Frode Gjerstad Quartet: Silver Cornet

The Whammies play the music of Steve Lacy: Volume 3 Live

My October batch:

DKV Trio with Fred Anderson [1996, Okka Disk]

MI0002485556.jpg?partner=allrovi.com

DKV Trio - Live in Wels & Chicago [1998, Okka Disk]

MI0002095642.jpg?partner=allrovi.com

Circle - Paris Concert [1971, ECM]

MI0003334342.jpg?partner=allrovi.com

Chick Corea, Barry Altschul, Dave Holland - A.R.C. [1971, ECM]

MI0000519170.jpg?partner=allrovi.com

Andrew Hill - Dusk [1999, Palmetto]

MI0001436947.jpg?partner=allrovi.com

Niels - I really am very glad that someone here (and I'm glad it's you) stepped up and ordered that 2 CD DKV Live in Wels and Chicago recording.

Very interested to hear your thoughts after a couple of times through.

Disc 2 demands to be played very loud

Well, regarding the Wels and Chicago recording it was kind funny. I wanted to buy a DKV trio recording for some time now, and on the same day I listened to Don Cherry's Complete Communion since quite a while (and loving it) I noticed the DKV trio used that theme for disk one. Than on that same day I also read in the "Best track you heard all week" topic your comment regarding track 2 and 3 of disk two, so it was an easy decision after that.

These 2 tracks are among the first I play for people who might have an interest in "that music you listen to that I didn't know existed"

Then they wonder why Hamid Drake isn't famous

Then I shrug my shoulders

Blues for Tomorrow, baby

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I found a brand new, sealed copy of this set on Amazon for a really good price, so I finally splurged on it. Looking forward to listening to it, although I expect I will do so in bits and pieces. 24 discs is a LOT of talk!

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A $10 used copy of:

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Bought this from Michael at the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra concert in Tokyo last night. Great stuff!

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This one, ordered at the same time and the same Amazon seller as the earlier one, turned up today.

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Edgar Hayes - 1938-1948 - Classics

Hayes ought to be a LOT better known,

MG

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Sonny Rollins - Now's The Time (Blu-spec2)

Thanks Santa! ;)

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Three SHMs from the October batch. The plan was to wait until 2015. :w

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Proud of myself for about 150 Loonies bought

Great Recordings
by Gunter Wand
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Leonard Bernstein Edition
by Leonard Bernstein

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Mat Maneri/Randy Peterson - Light Trigger

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from the Leo sale

CD LR 641 Paul Giallorenzo's Gitgo; Emergent;

CD LR 655 Frank Gratkowski Quartet; Le Vent et La Gorge;

CD LR 283/284 Parker / Guy / Lytton & Marylin Crispell; After Appleby

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That Andrew Hill album (Andrew Hill - Dusk [1999, Palmetto]) looks interesting.

It's a fantastic album, highly recommended!

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was just looking at the five buck downloads over at Amazon and they've got 30+ pages of stuff characterized as jazz. I usually use the Amazon five buck downloads for the occasional backfill, and I picked up five this time:

Bill Evans - Bill Evans At Town Hall

Abbey Lincoln - A Turtle's Dream

John McLaughlin - Extrapolation

Eric Reed - Manhattan Melodies

Danilo Perez - Panamonk

Edited by Buddha the Magnificent

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