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Just finished: Curtis Counce - You Get More Boounce With Curtis Counce (Contemporary/Analogue Productions)

Now playing: The Prestige Blues Swingers feat. Coleman Hawkins - Stasch (Prestige). I picked up this beautiful RVG pressing a few years back and stuffed it into the LP rack in the Various Artists section. I need to look in that section more often. Fun stuff. Old timey swing-styled in places but still fun.

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1 hour ago, Kevin Bresnahan said:

Now playing: The Prestige Blues Swingers feat. Coleman Hawkins - Stasch (Prestige). I picked up this beautiful RVG pressing a few years back and stuffed it into the LP rack in the Various Artists section. I need to look in that section more often. Fun stuff. Old timey swing-styled in places but still fun.

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6 hours ago, sidewinder said:

Somewhere in my racks I have that one !  Have most of those Atlas West Coast sessions I think.

Its a good serieswith a lot of Pepper

5 hours ago, soulpope said:

Seasoned "West Coast Friends" for sure 😇😎 ....

Yep! We all grow older with the times

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Cannonball Adderley 'Burnin' in Bordeaux' RSD 2LP release, recorded 1969. Both of the Adderley RSD twofers on Elemental are absolutely burning, full of presence and sound very punchy in the vinyl format.

Copy no. 73 !

My local was well stocked with most of the releases, including Waldron/Lacy, Lateef and Sun Ra. They didn't get a delivery of the Rollins though.

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47 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

Cannonball Adderley 'Burnin' in Bordeaux' RSD 2LP release, recorded 1969. Both of the Adderley RSD twofers on Elemental are absolutely burning, full of presence and sound very punchy in the vinyl format.

Sounds tempting 🧐🤔 .... 

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4 minutes ago, soulpope said:

Sounds tempting 🧐🤔 .... 

These live recordings are great !  I'll bet they sound good on CD as well - mono sound but well recorded by INA. For any Adderley Brothers fans I would say don't hesitate on both sets, I am enjoying them very much.

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20 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

These live recordings are great !  I'll bet they sound good on CD as well - mono sound but well recorded by INA. For any Adderley Brothers fans I would say don't hesitate on both sets, I am enjoying them very much.

Thnx for the heads up 👍 ....

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8 hours ago, sidewinder said:

Cannonball Adderley 'Burnin' in Bordeaux' RSD 2LP release, recorded 1969. Both of the Adderley RSD twofers on Elemental are absolutely burning, full of presence and sound very punchy in the vinyl format.

Copy no. 73 !

Was this from the Country Preacher album time period?

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1 minute ago, GA Russell said:

Was this from the Country Preacher album time period?

Recorded 1969 so - yes.

The LPs kick off with a burning version of Nat's 'The Scavenger'. There's also an early version of the tune 'Experience In E', another highlight.

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6 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

Recorded 1969 so - yes.

The LPs kick off with a burning version of Nat's 'The Scavenger'. There's also an early version of the tune 'Experience In E', another highlight.

Thanks!  I ask because I saw the group at The Cellar Door when they were promoting that album.  Cannonball, Nat, Joe Zawinul, Walter Booker and I think Roy McCurdy.

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Just now, GA Russell said:

Thanks!  I ask because I saw the group at The Cellar Door when they were promoting that album.  Cannonball, Nat, Joe Zawinul, Walter Booker and I think Roy McCurdy.

Cool. Zawinul and McCurdy are in the lineup, Victor Gaskin on bass on the LPs.

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1 hour ago, Teasing the Korean said:

Herbie Hancock - 70s BN 2-LP comp from the series with pixilated colorful graphics.

Because sometimes a nice 2-LP set is what you need.

Playing it in mono to bring up the piano and bass, as I frequently do with BN records from this period.

How does this overlap with this earlier BN 2-LP

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31 minutes ago, JSngry said:

How does this overlap with this earlier BN 2-LP

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Some, not much, overlap.  I am counting three common tracks. 

https://www.discogs.com/release/7578982-Herbie-Hancock-Herbie-Hancock

Interesting that neither included "Dolphin Dance," unless that tune's stock rose in value after the mid-1970s. 

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