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Cal Massey "Blues to Coltrane" Candid/Solid Records Japan mono cd.

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Sounds so good compared to my earlier version. There should have been more Massey led sessions in the past. He was an interesting writer.

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13 minutes ago, jazzbo said:

Cal Massey "Blues to Coltrane" Candid/Solid Records Japan mono cd.

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Sounds so good compared to my earlier version. There should have been more Massey led sessions in the past. He was an interesting writer.

The Candid LP version of that one sounds pretty good.

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I am sure it does. I have only been able to compare one of the new Japanese cd reissues to a US Candid LP and that was mono and stereo in the mix as well but the new ones sound far more like the LPs to me than the cd versions I've had before.

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I think the LP version I have might be a 90s German pressing. Never heard any of the CD versions. 

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1 hour ago, Dub Modal said:

I guess I should qualify "funky" as in "funky for Morell." It was unexpected from my perspective. Not a bad drummer, but on this one he seemed to let loose a little more. 

I found that Morell let loose a good deal on the two recent Resonance label Evans releases -- "Live at the Top of the Gate" and "Evans in England." Interesting interviews with Morrell and Gomez in the latter set's booklet.

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1 hour ago, Larry Kart said:

I found that Morell let loose a good deal on the two recent Resonance label Evans releases -- "Live at the Top of the Gate" and "Evans in England." Interesting interviews with Morrell and Gomez in the latter set's booklet.

Those are the 2 Resonance Evans releases I didn't get. I stuck with the DeJohnette sets, of which Another Time was my favorite of the two. Gomez, of course, is ubiquitous across them all. 

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Mal Waldron: What It Is

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Jacques Coursil's Black Suite (BYG, 1971)

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(Weirdly, the version of this I have in the Coltrane 'Interplay' box set doesn't list McLean in the session notes.)

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3 hours ago, Peter Friedman said:

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:tup Brignola and DeJohnette are great together.

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3 hours ago, Dub Modal said:

Those are the 2 Resonance Evans releases I didn't get. I stuck with the DeJohnette sets, of which Another Time was my favorite of the two. Gomez, of course, is ubiquitous across them all. 

Over time I find I prefer the other two Resonance Evans sets Imentioned; at least I listen to them more often.

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5 minutes ago, Peter Friedman said:

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That is a great Griff album.

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Excellent.

 

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Mal Waldron: Hard Talk

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Chicago Octet / Tentet (Okka, 1997) by Peter Brötzmann and co, in honour of the big man's birthday.

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Larry Willis - My Funny Valentine (Evidence)

 

 

 

23 hours ago, Peter Friedman said:

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One Kenny Barron's very best releases, IMO.  :tup 

 

 

 

17 hours ago, jlhoots said:

Mal Waldron: What It Is

 

13 hours ago, jlhoots said:

Mal Waldron: Hard Talk

Both of those are prime Mal Waldron. Tremendous stuff! :tup 

 

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