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8 minutes ago, clifford_thornton said:

yeah, correct -- 32Jazz reissued it as part of their Muse catalog reissues.

hmmmm….not really...their Joel Dorn series. I just looked, and nothing about Muse except a mention of that dubious release in the liner notes.

Orignal source, leader, and cover art all as they should be.

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King Curtis’ Sweet Soul has only been issued as a LP. Some very good supporting musicians. 

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12 hours ago, Brad said:

King Curtis’ Sweet Soul has only been issued as a LP. Some very good supporting musicians. 

Memphis Boys: The Story of American Studios (American Made Music Series):  Jones, Roben: 9781617031991: Amazon.com: Books

Mostly the guys this book is about, which I've been reading recently.

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I always thought the microphone used to record "Turkish Women at the Bath" was actually IN a bath(room).

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38 minutes ago, bresna said:

I always thought the microphone used to record "Turkish Women at the Bath" was actually IN a bath(room).

You're second with that one, Bresna! The late Humphrey Lyttelton, whose wit is sorely missed, used to say that "in super Hi-Fi" meant "re-recorded in a bathroom".:lol:

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This rare James P. Johnson disc has never been reissued as CD. It includes alternative takes to several solo and group performances not released elsewhere

- XTRA (E) 1024, James P. Johnson


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5 hours ago, danasgoodstuff said:

Memphis Boys: The Story of American Studios (American Made Music Series):  Jones, Roben: 9781617031991: Amazon.com: Books

Mostly the guys this book is about, which I've been reading recently.

I found a copy of this LP recently. 

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9 hours ago, Brad said:

I found a copy of this LP recently. 

Since American was largely a studio for hire and their work appeared on a number of labels it can be challenging to get a sense of their work overall, certainly more so than for Stax or even Muscle Shoals/Fame.  And after Chips Moman closed shop most of 'em moved to Nashville and get paid 3 times as much to do less creative work.  I recently picked up a Petula Cark LP that was recorded at American, not sure if it ever made it to CD.

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1 hour ago, danasgoodstuff said:

I recently picked up a Petula Cark LP that was recorded at American, not sure if it ever made it to CD.

Dana, which album was that?

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52 minutes ago, GA Russell said:

Dana, which album was that?

Memphis, naturally.

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3 hours ago, danasgoodstuff said:

Memphis, naturally.

Never heard of it.  I'll look it up.

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Searched but didn't see this mentioned: 

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Snooky Young's Horn of Plenty doesn't look to have had a CD release, nor any repress of its initial LP pressing back in '79. Line up includes Ray Brown, Jack Hanna, John Collins & Ross Tompkins. 

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On ‎12‎/‎3‎/‎2017 at 8:52 AM, Stonewall15 said:

Still hoping for Brubeck "The Last Time We Saw Paris" and Brubeck/Mulligan "Compadres". Both were on Columbia LPs, now Sony.

Bump.

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One of the greatest jazz albums ever made is "Blue Martini" by John Neel and Plas Johnson, on the AVA label.

Someone needs to reissue this.

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20 hours ago, Teasing the Korean said:

One of the greatest jazz albums ever made is "Blue Martini" by John Neel and Plas Johnson, on the AVA label.

Someone needs to reissue this.

Where have you been TTK? I've missed your posts! Did you go on one of those month long cocktail party cruises? Just kidding.

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Why don't they make album covers like that anymore?

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44 minutes ago, GA Russell said:

Why don't they make album covers like that anymore?

Because the girls are prettier and the martinis are bluer?

Everything's so much more amped up these days, except for TV shows. They keep getting greyer and greyer.

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Has Dick Grove’s “Little Bird Suite “ (Pacific Jazz) ever resurfaced?  I recall being underwhelmed at the time, but think maybe I underestimated it. 

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No it hasn't, i have the vinyl and it is a fantastic album.

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Is that the one with Jerry Fuller playing those Warne-ish soloings?

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Posted (edited)

Shirley Scott’s “Everybody Loves a Lover” (Impulse), although a several of the tracks showed up on the CD issue of Stanley Turrentine, “Let It Go.” Recorded around the same time (and with pretty much the same personnel) as “Blue Flames” and Turrentine’s “Hustlin’”. 

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Jazz Crusaders, “Talk That Talk” (the small group tracks showed up on the Mosaic box), Ernie Watts first album (“Planet Earth,” World Pacific - one track showed up on one of those Blue Note anthologies ) and Hank Marr’s “Live at Club 502,” King, with Rusty Bryant and Wilbert Longmire (‘Greasy Spoon” occasionally shows up on one of those “jazz ‘45/hits” anthologies). 

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What about this one?

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1 hour ago, JSngry said:

What about this one?

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and this one.

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On 6/19/2021 at 3:35 PM, DMP said:

Has Dick Grove’s “Little Bird Suite “ (Pacific Jazz) ever resurfaced?  I recall being underwhelmed at the time, but think maybe I underestimated it. 

That is an overlooked space-age bachelor pad gem, and I don't think it has made it to CD.  It is overdue for a spin.  I'll wait until I get my new EQ, which is being shipped.  

Is this the same Dick Grove who gives piano lessons on YouTube?

From 1963.  Kennedy is still president, and the Beatles had not yet @#$%ed everything up. 

 

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