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José Roberto Bertrami - Blue Wave (Milestone, 1983)

 

9 hours ago, Pim said:

Hymn of the Inferno must contain some of Clifford Jordan’s most outside playing on record doesnt it? 

Yes!

8 hours ago, soulpope said:

Yep .... I could never warm up to it ....

One of those rare instances when our tastes diverge. ;)

 

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23 hours ago, Clunky said:

A friend returned from a trip to Tokyo with a couple of things for me. One was this..

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Yosuke Yamashita------Montreux Afterglow----(Frasco) 1976 date

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Recorded live at Casino de Montreux July 9, 1976

Saw them live at Stadthalle Göttingen June 21, 1975

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Just now, adh1907 said:

In Person, Jimmy Giuffre Quartet. From the Ed Dipple collection! Mono second edition. Sounds great, one of my favourite Giuffre records. Buell Neidlinger is constantly interesting. I see Billy Osborne on drums went into v different areas, Tavares and LTD. 

Ed Dipple collection?

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10 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

Ed Dipple collection?

After Ed Dipple’s death, Mole auctioned his record collection. It was a postal paper based auction, like the old Mole Jazz auctions (which I took part in a lot in the 90s).  Pre eBay I guess so at least 20 years ago. I acquired a few records through the auction. The Giuffre and some Shorty Rogers on Atlantic. None of them are pristine, but well loved I like to think. 

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26 minutes ago, adh1907 said:

After Ed Dipple’s death, Mole auctioned his record collection. It was a postal paper based auction, like the old Mole Jazz auctions (which I took part in a lot in the 90s).  Pre eBay I guess so at least 20 years ago. I acquired a few records through the auction. The Giuffre and some Shorty Rogers on Atlantic. None of them are pristine, but well loved I like to think. 

Aha - got you. I remember those Mole paper auctions but never took part.

Funnily enough, my very first second hand LP, a Miles twofer, was purchased from Ed at his home address from a typed list, possibly his first and before the Mole shop. No longer have the LPs but still have the list !

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On 12/11/2023 at 4:50 PM, Brad said:

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I have a few Grant Green albums, do not exactly remember which one, but "live" would be interesting, as all of the very few live albums that BN made. I think I have a Kenny Burrell live on which is Art Blakey.....

Though I don´t know what is or was club mozambic. if Grant Green played there it must have been some gas to go there. 

But strange enough for BN records, with the exception of Idris Muhammad I don´t know any of the sidemen....

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On 12/11/2023 at 10:11 PM, Clunky said:

A friend returned from a trip to Tokyo with a couple of things for me. One was this..

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Yosuke Yamashita------Montreux Afterglow----(Frasco) 1976 date

Great record. 

Do you also have the "Up-To-Date" double album, recorded one year earlier by the trio with the original drummer Takeo Moriyama? That's an incredible concert performance, like the Cecil Taylor Unit in full flight, and, as a bonus, an "audiophile" recording.

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14 minutes ago, corto maltese said:

Do you also have the "Up-To-Date" double album, recorded one year earlier by the trio with the original drummer Takeo Moriyama? That's an incredible concert performance, like the Cecil Taylor Unit in full flight, and, as a bonus, an "audiophile" recording.

Yes!  That trio with Yamashita, Sakata, and Moriyama is INSANE.  Koyama is no slouch, but Moriyama's drumming takes the music to an entirely different level.  

I'd also recommend Clay (Enja, rec. '74) and Chiasma (MPS, rec. '75), two live Yamashita Trio recordings with Moriyama.

 

20 hours ago, optatio said:

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Such a lovely record.

 

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23 hours ago, sidewinder said:

Aha - got you. I remember those Mole paper auctions but never took part.

Funnily enough, my very first second hand LP, a Miles twofer, was purchased from Ed at his home address from a typed list, possibly his first and before the Mole shop. No longer have the LPs but still have the list !

Wow, that must have been early 70s?

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7 minutes ago, adh1907 said:

Wow, that must have been early 70s?

About 1976/77. If I remember correctly, he was advertising his second hand jazz LP list at the back of 'Jazz Journal'. Sent in SAE to get the list.

That list has stuff like Tubbs 'Mexican Green' on Fontana for about £2 !

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48 minutes ago, optatio said:

A tribute to Georgia from a native ...

Yes.  :)   Also, it's my home state, although I live too far north for cotton.  In the southern part of Georgia -- down on the Coastal Plain, you can see cotton growing everywhere.  

 

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