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Early 60s Ember pressings can sound suprisingly good !

I did have an early sixties King Curtis once on Ember - "Soul serenade" - but this is from 1978. The other is from when "I wonder who's kissing her now" was a big hit - 1986 - and is some cheapo thing, apparently manufactured by Conifer.


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Ramsey Lewis - More sounds of Christmas - Argo

Isn't that the Ramsey Lewis album with Steve McCall on drums?

Yes - half the tracks are by a trio with McCall, the rest (with orchestra) have Red on drums.

This evening's vinyl has been

Sonny Clark - Leapin' & lopin' - BN P-M

Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson - Hold it right there - Muse

Gene Ammons - Organ combos - Prestige (RCA UK)

Billy Larkin & the Delegates - Hole in the wall - World Pacific


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Shake Keane Fivetet - 1962 (Piccadilly ) fairly battered 45rpm 7 incher. 2 slightly Caribean sounding tracks - The Nursery Blues and Ruanda, no Joe Harriott but some nice celeste and Cedric West's guitar.

Wow - that sounds obscure !

I guess it must be, curiously it states that its a A Record Supervision Production and therefore I wondered if it might have been a Lansdowne recording. But Lansdowne were on Columbia and Piccadilly was part of Pye. Any rate, this new slice of Shake set me listening to my Joe Harriot Cds and then to the wonderful Gearbox EP just released and mentioned a few pages back. Gearbox records.

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