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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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Roscoe Mitchell gave me a copy back in the late '70s.

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13 hours ago, mjazzg said:

I'm really enjoying it. I'm no way near the Harper afficionado that some of our fellow board members are but to my ears this is a storming set, good some quality and production values. Can't believe anyone who likes Harper would be disappointed.

Some may baulk at the short playing time 20:16 and 15:29. The notes mention that the set was completed by a 20' 'Priestess' so I do wonder why they went for the shorter 'Croquet Ballet' for side 2.

my copy arrived yesterday , hoping to get the chance to play it today.

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15 hours ago, Chuck Nessa said:

Roscoe Mitchell gave me a copy back in the late '70s.

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fantastic.

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Andrew Hill - Black Fire [Blue Note, NY Mono]

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Bobby Hutcherson - Dialogue [Blue Note, NY Mono]

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Joe Chambers - The Almoravid [Muse]

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Group Sound Four And Five - Black & White Raga [Jazz In Britain]

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On 8.4.2021 at 4:53 PM, HutchFan said:

My recent Brazilian jazz bender continues with:

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Laurindo Almeida - Chamber Jazz (Concord, 1979)
with Bob Magnusson and Jeff Hamilton

I almost included this LP in my 70s jazz survey.  Excellent music.

 

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14 hours ago, jazzcorner said:

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The last record Charlie Parker made, the december session with Billy Bauer......

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Willis Jackson, Jackson's Action (Prestige)

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Hampton Hawes. Four! Boplicity Records COP 022 [1986]

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Lem Winchester & The Ramsey Lewis Trio - Perform A Tribute To Clifford Brown [Baybridge, Japan 1983]

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Mary Lou Williams - Zoning [Mary Records]

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Pharoah Sanders - Black Unity [Impulse, 1972]

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Pharoah Sanders - Karma [Impulse, Club Edition, 1969]

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13 minutes ago, mjazzg said:

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Pharoah Sanders - Black Unity [Impulse, 1972]

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Pharoah Sanders - Karma [Impulse, Club Edition, 1969]

My two Impulse! favorites by Sanders :)

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Just now, Pim said:

My two Impulse! favorites by Sanders :)

My favourites switch nearly every time I listen to any of his Impulses - such a strong run. I have a big soft spot for 'Live At The East' and that along with 'Karma' are probbaly my two favourites, today :rolleyes:

'Tauhid' is cued up next. 

Since the Floating Points album, which I love, I've been on a mission to plug the gaps in my Pharoah Impulse leader-date vinyl collection. Complete now.

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Pharoah Sanders - Tauhid [Impulse 1968, reissue]

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all my Pharoah is in moving boxes. Would love to pull one out right now.

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I find my reissue LP copy of Tauhid is very muddy when compared to the digital or CD versions. Sonny Sharrock is submerged complely. How does the original compare?

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It sounded good earlier, will listen again over the next day or two

 

edit to add: listening again now and I don't really detect muddiness.  Sharrock isn't high in the ensemble mix at times and that mix is quite dense. Burrell's the biggest loser in the mix as I'm hearing it.

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Mickey Tucker, The Crawl (Muse)

Houston Person, Sweet Buns and Barbeque (Prestige)

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Steve Slagle - Rio Highlife (Atlantic, 1986)
with a group of outstanding Brazilian musicians (largely drawn from Milton Nascimento's band): Ricardo Silveira (g), Luiz Avellar (kybds), Nico Assumpção (b), and Carlos "Bala" Gomes (d)

 

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Claudio Roditi - Slow Fire (Milestone, 1989)

 

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Jimmy Ponder - Down Here on the Ground (Milestone, 1984)
with Mickey Tucker, Arnold Sterling, et al

R.I.P. to Bob Porter, who produced this LP

 

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