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11 hours ago, Chuck Nessa said:

Waymon Reed, Jimmy Forrest, Tommy Flanagan, Keter Betts & Bobby Durham

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I have this record but haven't spun it in a long while. I look at this cover and remember that when I initially saw it while flipping through the bins, I thought it had an egg on the cover. :)

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I sort of did too, when I first saw it, but I'm glad Jim S. recommended it to me it is a nice date.

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On 5/9/2021 at 7:21 PM, JSngry said:

Rollo Maitland, great name!

And you know that #1, Whispering", is the tune they used for " Groovin' High", right? So...mashup maybe some day?

 

GOD I WAS ASSUMING IT WAS A COMPLETELY SEPERATE 1920s WHISPERING.  WHEN I FIRST PUT IT ON I WAS ALL OH THERES WHISPERING, BUT I THOUGHT OHHHHHHHHHH NO CHEWY THATS OBVIOUSLY some completely seperate 1920s edison whispering...................thats it??????   MIND BLOWN FOR 579th TIME THIS WEEK.

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Whispering was a popular song recorded by many people.

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4 hours ago, JSngry said:

Whispering was a popular song recorded by many people.

What did you say?

 

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On 5/10/2021 at 7:42 AM, bresna said:

I have this record but haven't spun it in a long while. I look at this cover and remember that when I initially saw it while flipping through the bins, I thought it had an egg on the cover. :)

 

On 5/10/2021 at 8:03 AM, Dan Gould said:

I sort of did too, when I first saw it, but I'm glad Jim S. recommended it to me it is a nice date.

 

Me too.

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:P

 

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Frank Foster & Frank Wess - Frankly Speaking (Concord, 1985)

This arrow hit the bullseye.

 

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More Foster & Wess, but further back in time:

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Recorded in 1956 and 1957

Interesting instrumentation on most cuts:  Two saxes, two trombones (Benny Powell & Henry Coker) and no pianist.  The rhythm section cooks just fine though.  Not a surprise given the players -- Kenny Burrell, Eddie Jones & Kenny Clarke.

I wonder if the pianist was a no-show... or if they were intentionally going for a lighter "West Coast" sound à la Mulligan & Baker.  The author of the liner notes doesn't say anything about it.

 

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6 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

More Foster & Wess, but further back in time:

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Recorded in 1956 and 1957

Interesting instrumentation on most cuts:  Two saxes, two trombones (Benny Powell & Henry Coker) and no pianist.  The rhythm section cooks just fine though.  Not a surprise given the players -- Kenny Burrell, Eddie Jones & Kenny Clarke.

I wonder if the pianist was a no-show... or if they were intentionally going for a lighter "West Coast" sound à la Mulligan & Baker.  The author of the liner notes doesn't say anything about it.

 

I like the sound of that line-up

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Rick Rozie, Lee Rozie, Rashied Ali - Afro Algonquin [Moers Music]

Bought directly from the label last week, can't have been a big seller...

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T. P. Orchestre Poly-Rhythmo de Cotonou Benin, No. 4

Coleman Hawkins All Stars (Prestige Swingville)

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Grant Green - Street Of Dreams [Blue Note, 1970 RP]

Sunday morning dream team

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the two hodges enigmas you guys just reminded me of + the arriving two MAJOR gaps in my bn collection (free for all // bu's delight) are going to arrive and then I with very few exceptions, maybe white label promo here and there, am DONE w/ LP collecting FOREVER.  I only buy edison discs now!!!!!

 

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Max Roach featuring Archie Shepp - The Long March [hat Hut, 1980]

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Amina Claudine Myers Trio - The Circle of Time (Black Saint, 1983)

A great album.

 

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21 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

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Amina Claudine Myers Trio - The Circle of Time (Black Saint, 1983)

A great album.

 

Oh Yes, indeed it is

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Archie Shepp ‎– À Massy - U-Jaama "Unité" [Uniteledis, 1976]

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On 15/05/2021 at 4:43 PM, mjazzg said:

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Rick Rozie, Lee Rozie, Rashied Ali - Afro Algonquin [Moers Music]

Bought directly from the label last week, can't have been a big seller...

 Quite an intriguing-looking one.

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1 hour ago, Rabshakeh said:

 Quite an intriguing-looking one.

It's worth a listen. Bass sound is very 80s but drums, obviously, and woodwinds are strong. Bizarre vocal on 'Fever'

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15 hours ago, mjazzg said:

Oh Yes, indeed it is

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Archie Shepp ‎– À Massy - U-Jaama "Unité" [Uniteledis, 1976]

Oh yeah, I also purchased this shortly after it came out. I think I bought it during an open air jazz festival were they sold records during intermission. They had more obscure labels, like this one.

That great group ! And maybe this was the beginning of Shepps return from totally free to more straight ahead forms like "Blues for Donald Duck" 

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20 hours ago, HutchFan said:

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Amina Claudine Myers Trio - The Circle of Time (Black Saint, 1983)

A great album.

 

Playing Christine from this album now. Nice song, great playing. Never listened to this before, so thanks for the rec :tup

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Dave Burrell, Lush Life (Denon)Image result for Dave Burrell lush lifeImage result for bunky green willie Thomas love

Willie Thomas and Bunky Green, For Love Again (Mark)

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6 hours ago, Gheorghe said:

Oh yeah, I also purchased this shortly after it came out. I think I bought it during an open air jazz festival were they sold records during intermission. They had more obscure labels, like this one.

That great group ! And maybe this was the beginning of Shepps return from totally free to more straight ahead forms like "Blues for Donald Duck" 

Yeah, indeed an excellent album. For what it's worth Shepp was playing straight-ahead throughout his career, left and right/up and down, and most of his LPs include at least one tune in a more standard vein.

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