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2 hours ago, HutchFan said:

Yes, I'm enjoying A Capella very much.  It took me a while to hear The Singers Unlimited -- but I think I've finally broken through. ... Your description of their music as a 'sound adventure' is very accurate, I think.  At times, there's something otherworldly -- you might even say uncanny -- about their music.  At first, I missed the nearly-surreal weirdness that's lurking just below the pretty surface.

 

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One of my favorite "new-to-me" discoveries of this year.  

 

Thanks to a library sale several years ago, I have three well-filled CDs worth (5,6,7) of the pricey 7-CD "Magic Voices" set. Wish I had more, Farnon's writing on the "Eventide" album is out of sight.

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1 hour ago, JSngry said:

Sentimental Journey may be even better. 

This is drug music only better.

 

Wait! I've also got CDs 3&4 from the "Magic Voices" set, which means that I've got "Sentimental Journey" (it's on CD3), though IIRC the one that really knocked me out from that CD was "The More I See You" --a song that was virtually made for TSU and Puerling to interpret.

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5 hours ago, Larry Kart said:

Thanks to a library sale several years ago, I have three well-filled CDs worth (5,6,7) of the pricey 7-CD "Magic Voices" set. Wish I had more, Farnon's writing on the "Eventide" album is out of sight.

You hit pay-dirt.  Those sorts of "potluck" sales are fun.  Never know what you're going to find.  Sometimes nothing.  Sometimes really good stuff.

 

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15 hours ago, HutchFan said:

Yes, I'm enjoying A Capella very much.  It took me a while to hear The Singers Unlimited -- but I think I've finally broken through. ... Your description of their music as a 'sound adventure' is very accurate, I think.  At times, there's something otherworldly -- you might even say uncanny -- about their music.  At first, I missed the nearly-surreal weirdness that's lurking just below the pretty surface.

 

Now playing:

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One of my favorite "new-to-me" discoveries of this year.  

 

Ah yes this one is new to me as Bill Perkins fan - just on top now  of my wantlist. Have to check Discogs .

Thanks

 

10 hours ago, Larry Kart said:

Wait! I've also got CDs 3&4 from the "Magic Voices" set, which means that I've got "Sentimental Journey" (it's on CD3), though IIRC the one that really knocked me out from that CD was "The More I See You" --a song that was virtually made for TSU and Puerling to interpret.

 FYI There exists also an US compilation  on PAUSA out of all these MPS originals:

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Back to Black so that’s a hit or miss. This one is pretty good especially considering the 15 euro price. The music is just awesome. What a group.
 
This one could have easily been selected for the Acoustic Sounds series if the series wasn’t run by someone who wants to release music ‘he digs and gets’ only.
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16 hours ago, Pim said:

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What´s the title of this album ? I never saw it. Was it for Timeless ? 

 

15 hours ago, Pim said:
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Back to Black so that’s a hit or miss. This one is pretty good especially considering the 15 euro price. The music is just awesome. What a group.
 
This one could have easily been selected for the Acoustic Sounds series if the series wasn’t run by someone who wants to release music ‘he digs and gets’ only.

I regret I didn´t see the Liberation Music Orchestra when they played in Hollabrunn near Vienna in 1985. It was a 3 days festival and due to other commitments I had to cut out sunday, the third and last day, so I missed the only occasions to see a late version of the "Modern Jazz Quartet", and the "Liberation"....

 

14 hours ago, Pim said:

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I love it and bought it when I was 18. Such a great session with Griff + Davis´ musicians....
Around that time some older guy acquainted me with the music of Wes and I bought some of his albums, among them this one which is the most interesting....

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2 hours ago, Gheorghe said:

What´s the title of this album ? I never saw it. Was it for Timeless ? 

 

I regret I didn´t see the Liberation Music Orchestra when they played in Hollabrunn near Vienna in 1985. It was a 3 days festival and due to other commitments I had to cut out sunday, the third and last day, so I missed the only occasions to see a late version of the "Modern Jazz Quartet", and the "Liberation"....

 

I love it and bought it when I was 18. Such a great session with Griff + Davis´ musicians....
Around that time some older guy acquainted me with the music of Wes and I bought some of his albums, among them this one which is the most interesting....

Like Soulpope said: Little Reds Fantasy on Muse records. ‘70’s recording and that was one hell of a decade in Shaws legacy. Highly recommend. The 32Jazz albumcovers were awful but have to say most of the Muse originals weren’t a thing of beauty either. 
 

LMO and MJQ are both groups I would have loved to see live. Very different kind of music but I like them both.

And yeah Grif + Wes is a fantastic combo. They really sound like some very, very cool jazzcats.

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12 hours ago, HutchFan said:

Next up:

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Terumasa Hino Sextet - Fuji (Catalyst)
Recorded in March 1972; originally released on Japanese Victor

 

Terumasa Hino.... he sometimes played cornet or pocket trumpet, right ? Some influences of Don Cherry if I remember. I heard him with a Dave Liebman Allstar Group featuring Adam Nussbaum on drums, Ron McLure on bass, John Scofield on guitar. I think it was in the late 70´s. 

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19 hours ago, HutchFan said:

Next up:

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Terumasa Hino Sextet - Fuji (Catalyst)
Recorded in March 1972; originally released on Japanese Victor

 

Excellent recording by an excellent trumpeter! I also enjoy A Part with Reggie Workman and Love Nature a lot. I long overlooked the whole Japanese jazz scene.

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2 minutes ago, Pim said:

I long overlooked the whole Japanese jazz scene.

Me too.

I remember the first time I heard Terumasa Hino & his group with Mal Waldron on Reminiscent Suite.  I was BLOWN AWAY.  "Aside from Mal, everyone in this band is Japanese?!?!?"  It was VERY eye-opening.

 

6 hours ago, Gheorghe said:

Terumasa Hino.... he sometimes played cornet or pocket trumpet, right ? Some influences of Don Cherry if I remember. I heard him with a Dave Liebman Allstar Group featuring Adam Nussbaum on drums, Ron McLure on bass, John Scofield on guitar. I think it was in the late 70´s. 

Yep, Terumasa Hino played with Liebman's group in the late-70s, just before he formed Quest.

 

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