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What vinyl are you spinning right now??

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Bernt Rosengren - Stockholm Dues - (Odeon Sweden)

a little worn VG+ copy, but it was free.

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Charlie Byrd--Byrd's World (Riverside, Orpheum mono)

Louis Armstrong--Ambassador Satch (Columbia six eyes)

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Sun Ra - Soul Vibrations Of Man (Saturn Research reissue)

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Roland Kirk - Volunteered Slavery (Atlantic)

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Jack Teagarden - Jack Teagarden!!! (Verve)

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Bernt Rosengren - Improvisationer - (SJR)

w/ Falay, Koverhult, Wennerstrom, Hultcrantz, etc.

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Jack Teagarden - Jack Teagarden!!! (Verve)

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That lp was stolen from my dorm room in 1962 and I never replaced it.

Now listening to Sonny Rollins' There Will Never Be Another You as a result of another thread.

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LEE MORGAN- INFINITY orig. LT series issue......for the 1st time ever omggggggggggggggggggg

One of my favorite unissued Morgan sessions!

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Jack Teagarden - Jack Teagarden!!! (Verve)

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That lp was stolen from my dorm room in 1962 and I never replaced it.

Now listening to Sonny Rollins' There Will Never Be Another You as a result of another thread.

There is a great vocal by Jack on "All The Way" on this one. Much spirited playing all over here by the band, not on the level of the classics "Think Well Of Me" and "Mis'ry And The Blues" maybe, but a very fine album.

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Eric Dolphy 'Outward Bound' (Esquire, mono)

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Initialled by British critic Charles Fox on the back !

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Clifford Jordan - The Pantagon

A really relaxed session for the East Wind label. I picked up the Direct Disc cutting out of Japan. Jordan with Cedar Walton, Sam Jones, Billy Higgins & Ray Manteca.

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John Lndberg Trio - Give and Take [ Black Saint]

JL w Barry Altschul and George Lewis

nasty cover, great music. Lindberg with the energy and groove of his just 23 years at the time. Another piece in the ever-growing evidence pile that George Lewis is a guarantor of a quality session

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Eric Dolphy 'Outward Bound' (Esquire, mono)

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Initialled by British critic Charles Fox on the back !

I remember the late Ed Dipple telling me he'd acquired Charles Fox's record collection. Looks like he didn't get everything - or was it subsequently sold on and you got this?

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Clifford Jordan - The Pantagon

A really relaxed session for the East Wind label. I picked up the Direct Disc cutting out of Japan. Jordan with Cedar Walton, Sam Jones, Billy Higgins & Ray Manteca.

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:tup That direct-cut recording is great !

I remember the late Ed Dipple telling me he'd acquired Charles Fox's record collection. Looks like he didn't get everything - or was it subsequently sold on and you got this?

No, not from CF's record collection but the Gramophone Magazine review copy. Reviewed by CF in Jan 1961.

Edited by sidewinder

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Clifford Jordan - The Pantagon

A really relaxed session for the East Wind label. I picked up the Direct Disc cutting out of Japan. Jordan with Cedar Walton, Sam Jones, Billy Higgins & Ray Manteca.

f0eb9ac75555dea6384df5aa510a0ba9_full.jpg

:tup That direct-cut recording is great !

I remember the late Ed Dipple telling me he'd acquired Charles Fox's record collection. Looks like he didn't get everything - or was it subsequently sold on and you got this?

No, not from CF's record collection but the Gramophone Magazine review copy. It's near mint LP and cover, reviewed by CF in Jan 1961.

Nice! :tup

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Nice! :tup

Yeah, those were the days when LP back covers had things like Carlo Kramer's phone no. on the back ('MUSeum 1810') and you could actually get through to the man himself (in the basement of the British Museum presumably, next to the mummy's tombs) direct via your antique hand-crank phone set and complain about Eric Dolphy's intonation. :D

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Duke Ellington, Black, Brown and Beige (Columbia, six eyes stereo)

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