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Lacy/Bailey----Company 4------(Incus)

A kind friend bought a large bunch of unplayed  Incus LPs. He was selling off duplicates so I went for this and Company 6 although they all looked pretty interesting.

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3 hours ago, Kevin Bresnahan said:

JJ Johnson - Pinnacles (Milestone). I heard "Cannonball Junction" from this album on the Jazz channel on my Sirius/XM app the other day and thought it might be worth hearing the whole thing. I was not 100% correct. Not as good as I would've expected with this band.

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Picked that one up around the time it came out, being a big JJ fan and (failed) trombonist. Check out disk 1 of the latest Miles Davis Bootleg set for some interesting tracks of JJ in duet with Miles on synths and recorded around the same time. According to the notes, Gil Evans was also involved and the synth arrangements sound like his.

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Album artwork for The Sky Will Still Be There Tomorrow by Charles Lloyd

Charles Lloyd - The Sky Will Still Be There tomorrow [Blue Note, 2024]

Lovely. It's not going to convert any non-believers but if you like Charles this is a strong one, more so than the Trio albums I think

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3 hours ago, mjazzg said:

Album artwork for The Sky Will Still Be There Tomorrow by Charles Lloyd

Charles Lloyd - The Sky Will Still Be There tomorrow [Blue Note, 2024]

Lovely. It's not going to convert any non-believers but if you like Charles this is a strong one, more so than the Trio albums I think

My CD copy is scheduled to arrive this Sunday.

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1 hour ago, jlhoots said:

My CD copy is scheduled to arrive this Sunday.

Monday for me.

And the Charles Lloyd Quartet is on my short term concert agenda twice:

March 21 at Big Ears (with Jason Moran)

April 27 at New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival (with Gerald Clayton)

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12 minutes ago, Pim said:

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the new Craft reissue. It sounds amazing and the packaging is very, very solid. 

Unbelievable on how many (often excellent) recordings trumpeter Mike Lawrence was featured within his short career ....

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Sonny Simmons: Burning Spirits. What a great record and what a great band: Barbara Donald, Michael White, Lonnie Liston Smith, Cecil McBee, Richard Davis and Clifford Jarvis.

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27 minutes ago, Pim said:

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Sonny Simmons: Burning Spirits. What a great record and what a great band: Barbara Donald, Michael White, Lonnie Liston Smith, Cecil McBee, Richard Davis and Clifford Jarvis.

Envy...one day

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1 hour ago, mjazzg said:

Envy...one day

Hopefully you’ll be able to pick up an affordable copy. It would make a beautiful candidate for the Craft Contemporary 70th anniversary series but I thinks it’s probably too far ‘out’ for that.

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