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Michel Legrand Meets Miles Davis/Ben Webster .... (Philips Japan)

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Red Holloway with Jack McDuff, Cookin' Together (Prestige, black label)

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Chico Hamilton, Mosaic Pacific Jazz.

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Woody Shaw - Love Dance (Muse)

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A couple of new acquisitions:

Gerald Wilson Orchestra 'Live and Swinging' (Pacific Jazz, stereo). Canadian pressing

Billy Bauer 'Plectrist' (Japanese Verve, mono)

Edited by sidewinder

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Out Of The Blue 'Inside Track' (Blue Note DMM). Not bad for £3 !

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Clark Terry Plus International Festival Big Band 'At The Montreux Jazz Festival' (UK Polydor, stereo). 1969 recording, dodn't think this has ever been reissued on CD.

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Claude Hopkins, Yes Indeed (Prestige, Swingville, red label)

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Maynard Ferguson - Swinging My Way Through College (Roulette). Some pretty good charts, mostly on standards.

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Maynard Ferguson - Swinging My Way Through College (Roulette). Some pretty good charts, mostly on standards.

Nice! Not one I've come across before. Bill Holman charts, I believe.

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Maynard Ferguson - Swinging My Way Through College (Roulette). Some pretty good charts, mostly on standards.

Nice! Not one I've come across before. Bill Holman charts, I believe.

Holman, Willie Maiden, Slide Hampton, and Don Sebesky all contributed charts.

I bought this one a few years ago at the behest of a friend of mine who plays euphonium. He had been told that Ferguson plays some solos on that instrument on this album - turns out there's one such solo. I haunt so many used record stores that I figured I would come across a copy sooner or later. I found one pretty quickly and burned a CD for my pal.

Later:

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Erroll Garner - Campus Concert (MGM). Don't listen to Mr. Garner much, but enjoy a taste every once in a while.

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Abdullah Ibrahim - Soweto (Chiaroscuro). This is such a joyous, moving album, particularly considering that it was recorded in South Africa in 1975, at the height of apartheid.

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Grant Green, Shade of Green (Blue Note UA)

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Steve Lacy - Estilhacos: Live in Lisbon (Guilda da Musica, 1972). The first album by the Steve Lacy Quintet (later Sextet) with Steve Potts.

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Thad Jones/Pepper Adams Quintet - Mean What You Say (Milestone)

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Mezz Mezzrow - The Many Faces of Jazz Vol. 10 (Mode/Vogue). I absolutely hate Mezzrow's playing, but I love Lee Collins, who is all over this 1951 French album. He and Punch Miller were two New Orleans trumpet players who were about the same age as Louis Armstrong, and who were only a couple of steps behind him. The great Zutty Singleton is also on this.

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The Big 18 'The Swing Collection' (UK RCA stereo, 2LP)

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The Tempo Jazzmen/The Hermanites; Confirmation. Spotlite Dial Masters.

It's about time these fine non-Parker Dials got a spin.

Edited by JohnS

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king Records Japan. Some distortion on my copy.

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Artie Shaw - Modern Music for Clarinet (Columbia). A 1950 "third stream" album. The most interesting tracks are two pieces by Alan Shulman.

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