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Count Basie, Li'l Ol' Groovemaker (Verve)Image result for Count basie lil old groovemakerImage result for jazz at the philharmonic in europeImage result for george shearing isreal crosby vernel fornier

Jazz at the Philharmonic in Europe (Stan Getz, Cannonball Adderley, Dizzy Gillespie, Coleman Hawkins, Benny Carter, Roy Eldridge) (Verve). This is one of a series of four LPs that includes some of my favorite JATP. On this set, you get to hear Cannonball and Benny Carter together.

George Shearing Trio, Jazz Moments (Capitol). George Shearing with Ahmad Jamal's great rhythm section (Israel Crosby and Vernel Fournier).

Boogie Woogie Revisited (RCA)

Bud Powell, Bud in Paris (Xanadu)

Hampton Hawes/Paul Chambers, The East/West Controversy  (Xanadu)

 

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49 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

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Lovely record. I was operating the US office of SteepleChase when that was issued.

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2 hours ago, Chuck Nessa said:

Lovely record. I was operating the US office of SteepleChase when that was issued.

Yep.  Couldn't agree more.  :tup 

 

NP:

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2016 Elemental/Blue Note repressing, 180 gram vinyl

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Blue Mitchell, Blue's Blues (Mainstream)

Gary Bartz, Ju Ju Man (Catalyst)

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RCA RGP - 1056 (M) [Japan 1976] - The Touch Of Tony Scott - rec 1956 - with among o. Bill Evans (p)

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Hot Lips Page, Feeling High and Happy (RCA Vintage)

Jazz Wave, Ltd. on Tour, volume 1 (Blue Note)Image result for Hot lips page RCA vin tageImage result for jazz wave on tour blue note

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15 minutes ago, kh1958 said:

 

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My copy bought for the grand sum of £2 at Mole and with about half an inch of dust on it !

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14 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

My copy bought for the grand sum of £2 at Mole and with about half an inch of dust on it !

$6 for mine. And it's a promo/original/first pressing, so it should go for thousands!

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2 minutes ago, kh1958 said:

$6 for mine. And it's a promo/original/first pressing, so it should go for thousands!

For sure - in a world where copies of Hank Jones ‘Happenings’ have asking price $2.5k ! :D:o:wacko:

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Jazz at the Philharmonic in Europe (Dizzy Gillespie, Leo Wright, Stan Getz, J.J. Johnson, Lalo Schifrin) (Verve)

Atilla Zoller Quartet, The Horizon Beyond (Emarcy)

Swingin' with Terry Gibbs and his Orchestra (Emarcy)

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Picked this up months ago for $2 and finally getting around to spinning it. Enjoyable for what it is. You know what you're getting with the Trammps. 

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2 hours ago, jcam_44 said:

You know what you're getting with the Trammps. 

Damn right!

That's why when that's what you want, nothing else will do, and if that's not what you want, hey, don't blame them or yourself, just don't go there.

Jimmy Ellis!!!! And check it out - two basses live, making the point, built from the bottom up!

The best Disco is Liberation Music. The rest is Enslavement Music, but make no mistake, there is a difference!

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On 4.7.2020 at 3:16 PM, porcy62 said:

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Very, very good ....

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55 minutes ago, soulpope said:

Very, very good ....

Yes, I have two more records of Threadgill Sextet, all excellent.

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1 hour ago, porcy62 said:

Yes, I have two more records of Threadgill Sextet, all excellent.

I agree, that was a great band, all of their albums are worth listening to in depth

meanwhile...

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Rashied Ali Quintet - First Time Out, Live at Slugs 1967 [Survival Records]

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Chico Hamilton Quintet featuring Buddy Collette (Pacific Jazz)

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Stanley Turrentine - Nightwings (Fantasy, 1977)

IMO, the pairing of Turrentine with Claus Ogerman's arrangements works really well.  Of course, you gotta approach albums like this with ears for music rather than "jazz."  ... I'm enjoying Nightwings so much that I just ordered Turrentine's next collaboration with Ogerman, West Side Highway.

 

Now:

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Stanley Turrentine - Everybody Come On Out (Fantasy, 1976)

 

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17 hours ago, sidewinder said:

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I remember I saw this in the 70´s when those double Albums came out. But then I was not ready for it. 

But the two BN Albums Cecil did are great "Unit Structures" and "Conquistador"...….

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1 hour ago, Gheorghe said:

I remember I saw this in the 70´s when those double Albums came out. But then I was not ready for it. 

But the two BN Albums Cecil did are great "Unit Structures" and "Conquistador"...….

I mainly got this one back in the day for the “Love For Sale’ album. Great session !

I think I have all of this ‘brown bag’ twofer series apart from the Sam Rivers.

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