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Jimmy Yancey & Cripple Clarence Lofton: Pitchin' Boogie (Swaggie)

Lovely stuff! :tup

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Roy Porter - In the Groove (Vistone Records)

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Don Patterson, Funk You! (Prestige blue label)--Nice record, with Sonny Stitt, Charles McPherson, Billy James and Pat Martino.

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Nice - mine's got the Marte Roling cover, but I always dug the "Jazz Life" photo. Fantastic LP.

Don't think it's the same recording. Seems I had both back in the day.

There's Touching and Blood with the Roling cover, and a Jazz Life pressing of Blood which has the same catalog number/label. Definitely the same music. Then there's a Polydor Blood which is different music and yet another jacket.

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Odell Brown and the Organ-izers - Ducky (Cadet)

Booker Ervin - The In Between (BN Liberty stereo)

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Dave Frishberg 'You're a Lucky Guy' (Concord)

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Nice - mine's got the Marte Roling cover, but I always dug the "Jazz Life" photo. Fantastic LP.

Don't think it's the same recording. Seems I had both back in the day.

There's Touching and Blood with the Roling cover, and a Jazz Life pressing of Blood which has the same catalog number/label. Definitely the same music. Then there's a Polydor Blood which is different music and yet another jacket.

The Polydor Blood is generally refered as 'Paul Bley in Haarlem' and looks like this:

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Mal Waldron - Blues for Lady Day (Arista)

Father Tom Vaughn - Joyful Jazz (Concord)

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Caravan - In the Land of Grey and Pink (London)

Glenn Jones - Even to Win is to Fail (Thrill Jockey)

Mad River - s/t (Capitol, RE)

Archie Shepp/Bill Dixon - Consequences (BYG)

Captain Beyond - s/t (Capricorn)

Pocahaunted - Make It Real (Not Not Fun)

Peaking Lights - 936 (Not Not Fun)

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Count Basie Orchestra, arranged by Oliver Nelson-- Afrique (Flying Dutchmen)

Freddie Gambrell and Paul Horn--Mikado (World Pacific)

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Peter Brotzmann & Han Bennink - Eine Halber Hund kann nicht Pinkeln - (FMP

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Nice - mine's got the Marte Roling cover, but I always dug the "Jazz Life" photo. Fantastic LP.

Don't think it's the same recording. Seems I had both back in the day.

There's Touching and Blood with the Roling cover, and a Jazz Life pressing of Blood which has the same catalog number/label. Definitely the same music. Then there's a Polydor Blood which is different music and yet another jacket.

The Polydor Blood is generally refered as 'Paul Bley in Haarlem' and looks like this:

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my copy of Touching looks like this

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Nice - mine's got the Marte Roling cover, but I always dug the "Jazz Life" photo. Fantastic LP.

Don't think it's the same recording. Seems I had both back in the day.

There's Touching and Blood with the Roling cover, and a Jazz Life pressing of Blood which has the same catalog number/label. Definitely the same music. Then there's a Polydor Blood which is different music and yet another jacket.

The Polydor Blood is generally refered as 'Paul Bley in Haarlem' and looks like this:

897333364027fa92612379526eeb63ce.jpg

my copy of Touching looks like this

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Ahh - WH Smiths for 69p for a Fontana. Those were the days. I wonder if they did any Tubby Hayes's and Ric Colbecks at that price?

Now spinning - Stan Tracey Trio 'Perspectives' (Columbia Lansdowne Series, stereo)

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Nice - mine's got the Marte Roling cover, but I always dug the "Jazz Life" photo. Fantastic LP.

Don't think it's the same recording. Seems I had both back in the day.

There's Touching and Blood with the Roling cover, and a Jazz Life pressing of Blood which has the same catalog number/label. Definitely the same music. Then there's a Polydor Blood which is different music and yet another jacket.

The Polydor Blood is generally refered as 'Paul Bley in Haarlem' and looks like this:

897333364027fa92612379526eeb63ce.jpg

my copy of Touching looks like this

Paul-Bley-Touching-442334.jpg

Here's this site, again, for reference. My copy of Blood is white rather than red, but otherwise the same image.

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Rick Laird - Soft Focus (Muse) This was Joe Henderson's touring band at the time, although Mr. Henderson only plays on two of the eight cuts.

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Paul Bryant, Burnin' (Pacific Jazz)

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The Young Tuxedo Brass Band 'Jazz Begins' (Atlantic, stereo)

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Earl Gilmore - From the Depths of My Soul - (June Appal)

Incredible record... found for $5 this weekend in a local brick-and-mortar.

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Grant Green 'Sunday Mornin'' (Toshiba, stereo)

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Kalaparusha Maurice McIntyre - Humility In the Light of the Creator (Delmark).

Hank Marr - Greasy Spoon (King)

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Pretty Baby soundtrack (ABC). This is one of my favorite New Orleans jazz albums of the 1970's, with Kid Thomas Valentine, Raymond Burke, Louis Nelson, The New Orleans Ragtime Orchestra, Louis Cottrell, and even a vocal by James Booker on "Whinin' Boy Blues." Never issued on CD, as far as I know.

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Ted Brown 'Free Spirit' (CrissCross)

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