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Peter Tomlinson - Momentum, with Dick Oatts, Anthony Cox and Jimmy Cobb: Amazon must've been clearing off some shelves, because I paid $2.69 after tax.  I have never heard Tomlinson, but that band at that price was a no-brainer.

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2 hours ago, Pim said:

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Nice ....

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3 hours ago, soulpope said:

Nice ....

I hope it is :) it is pretty rare so had to buy it when I saw it because you might known I am a Mal completist ;)

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6 minutes ago, Pim said:

I hope it is :) it is pretty rare so had to buy it when I saw it because you might known I am a Mal completist ;)

Probably not the strongest "late" Waldron date, but hearworthy nevertheless :tup ....

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I've been checking out Truth Revolution Records, the label run by the Curtis Brothers, pianist Zaccai and bassist Luques.  The label has an extensive catalog of releases from vets and newcomers and a subscription service akin to Greenleaf's but with low monthly payment.

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Raymond McMorrin - Ray Mack

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Albert Rivera - Back At It

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Andrei Matorin - Opus

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Nick Roseboro - Passageway

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I was considering buying the Newman/Cohn/Green Mosaic Select but then found this.  It has the two Newman albums from the Mosaic and two others.  I have only one Newman album, so I am looking forward to hearing this.

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On 20.3.2020 at 8:56 PM, JSngry said:

Thankful that records last longer than the people who make them (and the people who buy them and, for that matter, sell them), as well as for the gosdarn internet, which might do it's part to keep those records alive in the market place, all of which has been said in light of last night's very simple Dusty Groove order:

Agreed. Good choice indeed.

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For whatever reason neither of these seems to be available at Spotify, hence the purchase of:

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A bundle of Mosaics..

CD versions of the Complete Count Basie Studio Roulette and Maynard Fergusson Roulette boxes. I have LPs but really wanted these in CD format for ease of endless spinning and future streaming. Also Dinah Washington Roulette (which has eluded me).

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2 hours ago, sidewinder said:

A bundle of Mosaics..

CD versions of the Complete Count Basie Studio Roulette and Maynard Fergusson Roulette boxes. I have LPs but really wanted these in CD format for ease of endless spinning and future streaming. Also Dinah Washington Roulette (which has eluded me).

You beat me to the Dinah Washington but I was happy with my haul. The prices on the Basie and Ferguson were great, though. I certainly paid a lot more!

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8 minutes ago, djcavanagh said:

You beat me to the Dinah Washington but I was happy with my haul. The prices on the Basie and Ferguson were great, though. I certainly paid a lot more!

What a great list. Which did you get?

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I’m almost too embarrassed to give the full list but I got the O’Day, Eldridge, Rich, Mulligan, Cherry, Shearing, Ventura/Phillips, Teagarden and Master Piano sets.

 

Am on a major Verve kick at the minute so the timing was good from that perspective. Plus lots of time to listen!

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11 hours ago, djcavanagh said:

I’m almost too embarrassed to give the full list but I got the O’Day, Eldridge, Rich, Mulligan, Cherry, Shearing, Ventura/Phillips, Teagarden and Master Piano sets.

 

Am on a major Verve kick at the minute so the timing was good from that perspective. Plus lots of time to listen!

Fantastic haul. Plus some very good prices - that Mulligan especially. You are in for some great listening there. The O’Day I don’t spin enough and will dig out (bought from Scott direct at one of his record show appearances). 

That was a very good run of Verve boxes that they did. Can’t think of one dud amongst them. Hope that the Stuff Smith on the list went to a good home !

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Adding more stuff to my Waldron collection.... Okay I admit it: its an obsession :P

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25 minutes ago, Pim said:

Adding more stuff to my Waldron collection.... Okay I admit it: its an obsession :P

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That's one I'd like to hear.

I had been on the fence about this forever, but finally went for a used copy:

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I grew up in Evanston, IL (home of Bee Hive), so it's nostalgia in a sense. I never knew of the Neumann family, though.

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I've wanted this CD for a while, and yesterday I found it for a reasonable price on eBay. ... Patterson is excellent, and Booker Ervin's presence seals the deal.

 

 

5 hours ago, T.D. said:

That's one I'd like to hear.

Both of the two Marion Brown / Mal Waldron collaborations are fantastic.

... Nearly on par with Waldron's many outings with Steve Lacy.

Different, of course. But that good!

 

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Dave Rempis is celebrating the 7th anniversary of his Aerophonic label with a sale - https://aerophonicrecords.com/7-7/. I ordered a couple of new releases and filled some gaps from his catalog.

 

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I've been meaning to check out Popkin, Tabnik and Crothers for a long time, so I ordered these 2 downloads for $4.99 apiece from New Artists Records:

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The Tabnik is even a double album.  If I decide to upgrade to hard copies at some point, the price was right.

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Some classical discs I've ordered lately:

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Hard to go wrong with Martinon in French repertoire.  ... I know the "Organ" Symphony -- like everyone else.  But none of the others.

 

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I already have (and like) Thomson's second volume of Bax Tone Poems. ... Always nice to fill a missing "Volume 1" gap when "Volume 2" is already on the shelf.  Or am I the only person who thinks like that?

 

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I have a couple WTC recordings by pianists.  None by harpsichordists.  And Gilbert just passed recently ...

 

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More Sibelius from Vänskä.

 

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Morton Feldman Piano Music [5 CD] from Another Timbre.  Possibly the ideal lockdown soundtrack as time stretches...

and in total contrast

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Gordon Beck Quartet - Experiment In Pops [Major Minor] Mono LP. For when things getter livelier...

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3 hours ago, mjazzg said:

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Morton Feldman Piano Music [5 CD] from Another Timbre.  Possibly the ideal lockdown soundtrack as time stretches...

Exactly, and a great box set!

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Just bought this FSR CD, since it contains several sides by Don Byas not included in 'The Complete 1946-51 European small group recordings" on Definitive.

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Physical CD, which is not very usual here these days. Lately I have decided not to expand my CD collection and shelves unless it is absolutely necessary and conversely I am purchasing mp3 downloads... But this is one of  those ocasions when it is absolutely necessary... :) 

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On 4/3/2020 at 6:48 AM, Justin V said:

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Peter Tomlinson - Momentum, with Dick Oatts, Anthony Cox and Jimmy Cobb: Amazon must've been clearing off some shelves, because I paid $2.69 after tax.  I have never heard Tomlinson, but that band at that price was a no-brainer.

Thanks for the recommendation though it cost me much more than you paid at the princely sum of $3.59. 

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