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  1. I'm listening to Stanley with Shirley too:
  2. Geri Allen - The Nurturer (Blue Note, 1991) with Marcus Belgrave (tr), Kenny Garrett (as), Robert Hurst (b), Jeff Watts (d), and Eli Fountain (perc)
  3. Now streaming: Baden Powell - Face au Public (Barclay FR, 1971) Baden Powell (g, vo) with Ernesto Ribeiro Gonçalves (b); Helio Schiavo (d); Alfredo Bessa (perc, vo) Recorded in Sankei Hall, Tokyo in 1970; originally released on Barclay-King as Live in Japan
  4. Baden Powell - Poema on Guitar (SABA/MPS, 1967)
  5. Dipping into this Lazar Berman treasure trove: Disc 4 - LISZT: Années De Pèlerinage - Troisiéme Année S. 163 Otherworldly beauty. One of my desert-island discs.
  6. I confess that I didn't know "I've Just Seen a Face" was a Beatles tune 'til you pointed that out.
  7. Rooster -- Just curious: Did you find it at Euclid?
  8. Now giving this new-to-me LP a first spin: Norma Winstone - Edge of Time (Argo, 1972) 2012 Wah Wah Records (ES) reissue with: - Alto Saxophone, Clarinet – Mike Osborne - Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Flute – Alan Skidmore - Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Flute, Bass Clarinet – Art Themen - Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Henry Lowther - Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Kenny Wheeler - Trombone – Chris Pyne - Trombone – Malcolm Griffiths - Trombone, Euphonium – Paul Rutherford - Vibraphone – Frank Ricotti - Guitar – Gary Boyle - Piano, Electric Piano – John Taylor - Bass – Chris Laurence - Drums – Tony Levin Beautiful!
  9. More Chopin by Malcuzynski. Six Polonaises. More wonderful performances. And how about that cover design?!? The striking simplicity reminds me of Reid Miles, particularly the way the designer uses fonts to such powerful effect. Not to make too much of it, but I think the design also deliberately echoes Malcuzyski's interpretive approach to Chopin. No languid moonlight and watercolor lilies here. Instead, these are masculine and clear-eyed readings with each note deliberately sculpted.
  10. CHOPIN: Mazurkas -- as performed by Witold Malcuzynski:
  11. Yes, Peterson was a fantastic drummer & musician. I'm sorry that never had an opportunity to see him perform live. It's a cryin' shame he died so young. Only 58.
  12. I love that album too. I'm listening to this again:
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