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Sid Catlett's backbeat left a place for Art Blakey to step right into.

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Don Rendell – soprano, tenor saxophone
Ian Carr – trumpet, flugelhorn
Colin Purbrook – piano
Dave Green – bass
Trevor Tomkins – drums

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Stunning.  Substance beyond hype.  You quickly forget his age.

Joey Alexander - My Favorite Things - Amazon.com Music

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French Horn – Julius Watkins

Saxophone [Tenor], Flute – Jerome Richardson

Piano – Davor Kajfeš

Vibraphone – Boško Petrović

Bass – George "Buddy" Catlett

Drums – Joe Harris 

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April 22nd is Mingus´Birthday, he would be 99 years old.

I want to say that Charles Mingus was one of the first musicians that fascinated me, actually I first heard Miles and then Mingus, when I was about 16 years old.

This was the second Mingus album I had, and I still love it.

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2 hours ago, rostasi said:

French Horn – Julius Watkins

Saxophone [Tenor], Flute – Jerome Richardson

Piano – Davor Kajfeš

Vibraphone – Boško Petrović

Bass – George "Buddy" Catlett

Drums – Joe Harris 

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What is this one's story? Pretty interesting name and line up 

5 hours ago, BillF said:

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A good one.

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1 hour ago, Gheorghe said:

This was the second Mingus album I had, and I still love it.

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Timeless music, beyond category!  :tup 

 

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27 minutes ago, Rabshakeh said:

What is this one's story? Pretty interesting name and line up 

That was recorded while the Quiny Jones Orchestra performed in Belgrade.

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That's right ("Quincy"). June 16, 1960 at Radio Television Belgrade.
Originally released as a 10" back in the day.
It's also included on this collection:

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Thanks both. Always interested in anything Jerome Richardson.

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12 hours ago, Gheorghe said:

I should listen to this again. As much as I remember Jackie plays alto AND tenor on the title track. And I think Curtis Fuller is also on this. 

Yep, he does...and Fuller is there too. It's a good album, definitely blues heavy. 

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David Murray - Ballads (DIW)
with Dave Burrell, Fred Hopkins, and Ralph Peterson, Jr.

 

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2 hours ago, Gheorghe said:

April 22nd is Mingus´Birthday, he would be 99 years old.

I want to say that Charles Mingus was one of the first musicians that fascinated me, actually I first heard Miles and then Mingus, when I was about 16 years old.

This was the second Mingus album I had, and I still love it.

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I dig that album too. My first Mingus was Ah Um and it didn't really grab me. Wasn't until I heard the unedited workshop stuff on the Candid albums that I became a big Mingus fan. 

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Both are first US CD editions of these albums. I think they sound good.

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1 hour ago, HutchFan said:

Timeless music, beyond category!  :tup 

 

Agreed!

 

Now playing:

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with Sal NisticoArt Farmer, and Hermann Breuer
arrangements: Ernie Wilkins

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NP via YT:

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Hermeto Pascoal & Grupo Vice Versa - Viajando Com O Som: The Lost '76 Vice-Versa Studio Session (Far Out, 2017)

 

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Would any one here know how long singer Milt Grayson was with the Ellington band?  I have sometimes wondered why he did not become a a more famous singer.  I love his voice and especially love his work on "The Lonely Ones", heard on this CD.

 

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Jackie & Roy - Lovesick - Amazon.com Music

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This again:

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Klaus Ignatzek Group - Jacaranda (Timeless, 1988)

I only discovered this record a few weeks ago, but I'm really digging it.  Claudio Roditi's presence is what drew me to it.  Per discogs, Roditi made more than 15 records (!) with Ignatzek -- and I'd never even heard of the German pianist until recently.

Many of Roditi's records with Ignatzek were trio recordings with Belgian bassist Jean-Louis Rassinfosse.  I've already ordered one of those discs too. ;) 

 

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