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Sahib Shihab - All-Star Sextets (Savoy twofer)

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Mozart, early symphonies, Boehm/Berliner, DG box set.

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Donald Byrd - Byrd In Flight - BN, mono 47 west dg.

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Gary Burton, New Vibe Man in Town (RCA black dog mono)

Stan Getz, Cool Velvet (Verve trumpet mono)

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Creedence Clearwater Revival - Willy And The Poor Boys - Fantasy, reissue.

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Cecil Taylor: IT IS IN THE BREWING LUMINOUS. 2LP Hat Hut Records. Powerful stuff!

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My wife is out of town at a conference. As is not uncommon when she's gone, I'm having a drink or two more than usual and spinning 45s - jazz, tonight:

Jack Jenney - a four-record Columbia box of stuff by his big band; what a great trombone sound.

Tony Scott - Walkin'/A Night in Tunisia (Swedish RCA). With a Swedish rhythm section.

John Grass - two EPs on the Trend label; the equivalent of his first 10" LP. Just great.

A single on the Warwick label from The Soul of Jazz Percussion, although the labels don't mention that fact or list a leader. Some great Donald Byrd, Pepper Adams, and Booker Little here.

Lou Donaldson - The Nearness of You/Mack the Knife (Blue Note)

Horace Silver Quintet with Bill Henderson - Senor Blues/Tippin' (BN)

Leo Parker - Low Brown/Parker's Pals (BN)

Sonny Red - Stay as Sweet as You Are/Bluesville (BN)

Freddie Roach - I Know/Googa Mooga (BN)

Bunky Green - By the Time I Get to Phoenix/Sweet Inspiriation (Met). I'd love to know more about this record, which doesn't appear in any discography I've seen.

Dexter Gordon - Isn't She Lovely (Columbia mono/stereo promo). As far as I can tell, this never appeared on any of Dexter's albums.

Ray Bryant - Ramblin'/Ode to Billie Joe (Cadet). Ray does Ornette and Bobby Gentry. RIP.

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Togashi/Lacy/Carter - Spiritual Moments - (Paddle Wheel/King Japan)

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Togashi/Lacy/Carter - Spiritual Moments - (Paddle Wheel/King Japan)

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That's a great album. Myself, I'm going in a different direction tonight - I've moved on from jazz 45s to New Orleans R & B singles:

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Lee Dorsey - Get Out of My Life, Woman/So Long (Amy). I recognize composer/producer Allen Toussaint on piano. This record gets all over me.

Jessie Hill - Ooh Poo Pah Doo, parts 1 & 2 (Minit)

Roland Stone - I Can't Help It/Just a Moment (Ace). With all due respect to Bobby Charles, Roland Stone was the best blue-eyed soul singer in New Orleans. He recorded a fabulous CD, Remember Me, not long before he died.

Red Tyler - Snake Eyes/Walk On (Ace). With Allen Toussaint on piano and Mac Rebennack on guitar.

Ernie K-Doe - Mother-In-Law/Wanted: $10,000.00 Reward (Minit)

Aaron Neville - Tell It Like It Is/Why Worry (Parlo). Oh my god, what a great record.

Oliver Morgan - Who Shot the La La/Hold Your Dog (GNP Crescendo). The kind of bizarre, funky record that could only come out of New Orleans. I saw Morgan perform this song at the Rock 'n' Bowl with Snooks Eaglin and Eddie Bo.

L'il Queenie and the Percolaters - My Darlin' New Orleans/Wild Natives (Great Southern). Originally released on Ignant in 1981, this is one of the great New Orleans singles. On my "45 nights," this is often the last record I play before going to bed - usually two or three times.

And I didn't even get into my stash of Johnny Adams, Eddie Bo, and Chuck Carbo 45s.

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Hi all,

first post!

1) Donald Byrd - Byrd in Flight Blue Note(blue,white b, no rvg)

2) Hampton Hawes - All Night Session!,Vol.2 Contemporary(C3546 [M]1958)

Another great D.Byrd recording and the vinyl itself is very good sonically.

H.Hawes could swing as hard as any,and the story of the All Nighters is interesting.

Thanks.

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Hi all,

first post!

1) Donald Byrd - Byrd in Flight Blue Note(blue,white b, no rvg)

2) Hampton Hawes - All Night Session!,Vol.2 Contemporary(C3546 [M]1958)

Another great D.Byrd recording and the vinyl itself is very good sonically.

H.Hawes could swing as hard as any,and the story of the All Nighters is interesting.

Thanks.

Welcome! Please send me that Donald Byrd album to make sure it's okay. :)

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Wooden Joe Nicholas, Vol. 2 (Dan). This Japanese LP contains many takes from Bill Russell's American Music recordings which do not appear in the AM CD series. Just wonderful.

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Leroy Jenkins - space minds, new worlds, survival of America [Tomato]

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new purchase, first listen, great music and what a title

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Gerry Mulligan's Nex Sextet - Idol Gossip (Charoscuro)

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Stan Getz/Jimmy Raney Mosaic LP set. LP4 - just arrived. :party:

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Sonny Fortune - Serengeti Minstrel (Atlantic)

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Rahsaan Roland Kirk - Prepare Thyself To Deal With A Miracle (Atlantic reissue)

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Leroy Jenkins - space minds, new worlds, survival of America [Tomato]

I like that one, and I like the instructions to play one side soft and the other side loud.

I felt the need tonight for some music simultaneously intense and relaxing. I immediately thought of what might be my favorite ECM album:

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Jack DeJohnette - New Directions, with Bowie, Abercrombie, and Gomez

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Pete La Roca - Basra (Blue Note Reissue)

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Tyree Glenn - At The Embers (Forum)

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Tyree Glenn - At The Embers (Forum)

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That's a nice one - I've got it with a different cover.

A little while ago: Ornette Coleman - Who's Crazy (Affinity)

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Tyree Glenn - At The Embers (Forum)

That's a nice one - I've got it with a different cover.

A little while ago: Ornette Coleman - Who's Crazy (Affinity)

Yes, that Glenn album is a really fine one. With Hank Jones on piano as well. Has this ever been reissued in any format?

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Jon Appleton & Don Cherry - Human Music (Flying Dutchman reissue)

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Nat Adderley - Hummin' (Little David Records)

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