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22 hours ago, soulpope said:

"Knowledge Of Self" also a testament for the capabilities of rather unsung bassplayer Greg Maker .... btw "art director" Reggie Workman could give some input how to record a bass appropriately for sure 😎 ....

Once upon a time when I still had vinyl, there was a solo bass LP called The Works Of Workman on Denon (I think).

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12 minutes ago, jlhoots said:

Once upon a time when I still had vinyl, there was a solo bass LP called The Works Of Workman on Denon (I think).

You're right .... it's a terrific showcase for Reggie Workman feat an outerwordly performance of "Samba de Orfeu" .... to my knowledge never reissued on CD ....

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15 minutes ago, soulpope said:

You're right .... it's a terrific showcase for Reggie Workman feat an outerwordly performance of "Samba de Orfeu" .... to my knowledge never reissued on CD ....

Never on CD, or I would have repurchased it. Sold all of my vinyl 20+ years ago.

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25 minutes ago, jlhoots said:

Never on CD, or I would have repurchased it. Sold all of my vinyl 20+ years ago.

Another jewel in the crown of Denon regarding bass recordings is Randy Weston-Vishnu Wood Duo "Perspective" from 1977 .... the bass solo track "Khadesha" is defying description .... this actually saw CD release in 1989 and is available via Discogs for little money 🧐🤓 ....

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12 minutes ago, soulpope said:

Another jewel in the crown of Denon regarding bass recordings is Randy Weston-Vishnu Wood Duo "Perspective" from 1977 .... the bass solo track "Khadesha" is defying description .... this actually saw CD release in 1989 and is available via Discogs for little money 🧐🤓 ....

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4 hours ago, soulpope said:

Another jewel in the crown of Denon regarding bass recordings is Randy Weston-Vishnu Wood Duo "Perspective" from 1977 .... the bass solo track "Khadesha" is defying description .... this actually saw CD release in 1989 and is available via Discogs for little money 🧐🤓 ....

More on DENON for the fans of this label

Can recommend Hilton RuizArchie Shepp & all  Billy Harper

Basie,Count    Long Live The Chief    1986    Denon    1018
Harper,Billy    CAPRA BLACK    1978    Denon    7577
Harper,Billy    Love on the Sudan    1977    Denon    7568
Harper,Billy    Soran Bushi,B.H.    1977    Denon    7522
Miyama,Toshiyuki    So Long Charles - New herd plays Mingus    1979    Denon    7594
Mori,Toshio    Hot House - Blue Coats play T.Dameron    1977    Denon    7520
Mori,Toshio    Swing Up!! Blue Coats play B.Strayhorn    1976    Denon    7507
Peterson,Oscar    ...in Tokyo    1974    Denon    7559
Rich,Buddy    Ease down the road    1975/05    Denon    8511
Ruiz,Hilton    Fantasia    1978    Denon    7548
Sampler    Denon-Sampler    1972-82    Denon    9107
Shepp,Archie    ...live in Tokyo    1978    Denon    7538
Shepp,Archie    Ballads for Trane    1977    Denon    7567
Shepp,Archie    Day Dream    1977    Denon    7570
Shepp,Archie    Tray of Silver    1979    Denon    7806
Shepp.Archie    On Green Dolphin Street    1977    Denon    7524
Tyner,McCoy    Double Trios    1986    Denon    1128

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2 minutes ago, jazzcorner said:

More on DENON for the fans of this label

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Shepp,Archie   " Live in Tokyo"    1978    Denon    7538

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A personal favourite feat some excellent playing by pianist Mickey Tucker ....

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14 hours ago, optatio said:

 

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I coudln´t say I am a FAN of any label, but I´m sure I have some Archie Shepp from that label, because in the late 70´s I had seen him live , I think it was with the genial Siegfried Kessler,  a german who became a parisian, on bass I think there was Bob Cunningham and on drums was Clifford Jarvis, and it was after the free period. Shepp and Sanders went back to classic acoustic quartets with p,b,dr, there were a lot of that stuff in the recordstores, but very expensive. 


But was not most of Max Roach from that late 70´s also on Denon ? 
 

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12 minutes ago, clifford_thornton said:

Denon, Baystate, Horo, Fluid, Victor, Soul Note is what I have for Max of that period.

don't forget the two Bridgewater Brothers LPs... very nice Denon sessions in great sound.

For me "Lightning And Thunder" the stronger session with the excellent Rhythm Section Stanley Cowell + Reggie Workman + Michael Carvin on board .....

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