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4 hours ago, Gheorghe said:

I seems there is not many bari players around here since I must admit I never played with one.

But who is the players here ? There was really a good conclave of bari on Mingus´ "Something like a Bird" where you have them great players Pepper Adams, Ronny Cuber, and who knows else, and the really flippin´ on there chorusses and taking 16´s , 8´s , 4´s , there is no better bari battle I have ever heard. 

But who is on this one ? 

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10 hours ago, Gheorghe said:

Re: Bariton Players

But who is the players here ? There was really a good conclave of bari on Mingus´ "Something like a Bird" where you have them great players Pepper Adams, Ronny Cuber, and who knows else, and the really flippin´ on there chorusses and taking 16´s , 8´s , 4´s , there is no better bari battle I have ever heard. 

But who is on this one ? 

On one of th Berlin  Jazz Festivals (1985)  there was a a special Topic: The big horns (all bariton players).

- Nick Brignola

- Ronnie Cuber

- Cecil Payne

Have it on tape and must search it. Very interesting live event.

 

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Herbie Mann - St. Thomas (UA Stereo, 1962)
This LP is a reissue of a title originally released as Herbie Mann's African Suite in 1959.  For contractual reasons, it was credited to Johnny Rae's Afro-Jazz Septet.  I'm not sure why UA reissued it just three years later, this time under the actual leader's name.

 

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8 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

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Herbie Mann - St. Thomas (UA Stereo, 1962)
This LP is a reissue of a title originally released as Herbie Mann's African Suite in 1959.  For contractual reasons, it was credited to Johnny Rae's Afro-Jazz Septet.  I'm not sure why UA reissued it just three years later, this time under the actual leader's name.

It was also reissued on Solid State as St. Thomas later in the 1960s.  I've run across a few copies of the original African Suite with clean covers and trashed vinyl.  I ended up putting a clean St. Thomas vinyl inside an African Suite cover. Some record collectors are horrified by this kind of mix-and-match, but I don't have room for trashed vinyl and boring covers (as my reply to your record storage thread would suggest).

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5 minutes ago, Teasing the Korean said:

It was also reissued on Solid State as St. Thomas later in the 1960s.  I've run across a few copies of the original African Suite with clean covers and trashed vinyl.  I ended up putting a clean St. Thomas vinyl inside an African Suite cover. Some record collectors are horrified by this kind of mix-and-match, but I don't have room for trashed vinyl and boring covers (as my reply to your record storage thread would suggest).

I'm not horrified by that sort of mixing-and-matching at all.  If it floats your boat, then it's CORRECT.  We're not museum curators at the Smithsonian.  We're music lovers!  ;) 

 

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I would, however, hope that being a music lover is not intrinsically incompatable with being a music curator at the Smithsonian.

Then again, I've never looked at the Smithsonian's job reqs, so maybe it is.

It is, after all, a world gone wrong.

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56 minutes ago, Rabshakeh said:

metal record shop Rise Above in Archway / Highgate.

Good job it's on the borders as I'm sure the rarefied "village" of Highgate wouldn't tolerate the marauding hordes.

I wonder if it's the old Sounds 323 site, that morphed into a very alternative stock on the heavier/darker spectrum so a step to Metal

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8 minutes ago, mjazzg said:

Good job it's on the borders as I'm sure the rarefied "village" of Highgate wouldn't tolerate the marauding hordes.

I wonder if it's the old Sounds 323 site, that morphed into a very alternative stock on the heavier/darker spectrum so a step to Metal

It is at the end of Archway road. The Highgate end. No doubt Archway will soon get it's own Villáge treatment.

It is founded by Lee Dorian, of Napalm Death and Cathedral fame. He has had a label of that name for ages and they opened the shop around the pandemic. It's generally him or his wife in there.

Surprisingly little metal, although well chosen. It has a good jazz selection with interesting stuff - far more interesting than many jazz shops' own selections. Prices are okay. Barnes cost £15, which is roughly what I'd expect these days.

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9 hours ago, Rabshakeh said:

It is at the end of Archway road. The Highgate end. No doubt Archway will soon get it's own Villáge treatment.

It is founded by Lee Dorian, of Napalm Death and Cathedral fame. He has had a label of that name for ages and they opened the shop around the pandemic. It's generally him or his wife in there.

Surprisingly little metal, although well chosen. It has a good jazz selection with interesting stuff - far more interesting than many jazz shops' own selections. Prices are okay. Barnes cost £15, which is roughly what I'd expect these days.

Interesting, thanks. A shortish hop from here on a good day, I'll take a look 

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55 minutes ago, jazzcorner said:

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Richie Cole was very much in demand in the early 80´s I remember. He was described as 2nd generation bop player or so, but somehow I have the impression that after that he slightly disappeared from the main jazz scene. 
I once saw him live at a festival, some nice tunes but nothing exceptional, he had a completely unknown rhythm section. 

But it was somehow unkind for Richie Cole, because one day before Jackie McLean had played on the same stage with Bobby Hutcherson, Herbie Lewis and Billy Higgins, and you know Jackie McLean is about all I want to hear on alto, it´s the non plus ultra for me. 

 

Leningrad, how much would I like to see it, people who had been there described it as something magic. We had a neighbour lady who went on holiday only to visit the URSS during those years. 

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On 5/12/2024 at 12:28 AM, JSngry said:

I would, however, hope that being a music lover is not intrinsically incompatable with being a music curator at the Smithsonian.

Definitely NOT mutually exclusive, I would think!  Just two different angles on the same thing: musicophilia.

Different jobs, different "responsibilities."

 

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