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Confess here ...

Mine (with some more still on the way - box sets in bold type):

Pepper Adams - Encounter (OJC, Prestige)

Joe Albany - The Right Combination (OJC, Riverside)

Ray Barretto - Carnaval (Fantasy, 2 Riverside LPs)

Andy & The Bey Sisters (Prestige, 2 Prestige LPs)

Jaki Byard - Sunshine of my Soul (OJC, Prestige)

Benny Carter - BBB & Co. (OJC, Swingville)

The Chartbusters - Mating Call (Prestige)

Buddy Collette - Man Of Many Parts (OJC, Contemporary)

Junior Cook - Junior's Cookin' (OJC, Jazzland)

Ted Curson - Fire Down Below (OJC, Prestige)

Eddie Lockjaw Davis & Shirley Scott - Bacalao (OJC, Prestige)

Eddie Lockjaw Davis & Johnny Griffin - Battle Stations (OJC, Prestige)

Jack De Johnette - The De Johnette Complex (OJC, Milestone)

Kenny Dorham Quintet (OJC, Debut)

Kenny Dorham - Blue Spring (OJC, Riverside)

Kenny Dorham - Jazz Contrasts (RVG, Riverside)

Charles Earland - Intensity (Prestige)

Charles Earland - In Concert (Prestige, 2 LPs)

Teddy Edwards - Good Gravy - (OJC, Contemporary)

Booker Ervin - The Freedom Book (RVG, Prestige)

Booker Ervin - The Blues Book (OJC, Prestige)

Booker Ervin - The Trance (OJC, Prestige)

Booker Ervin, Heavy!!! (OJC, Prestige)

Art Farmer - Quintet featuring Gigi Gryce (OJC, Prestige)

Jimmy Forrest - Sit Down and Relax (OJC, Prestige)

Curtis Fuller & Hampton Hawes with French Horns (OJC, New Jazz)

Hal Gaylor / Walter Norris / Billy Bean - The Trio (OJC, Riverside)

Red Garland - The Nearness of You - (OJC, Jazzland)

Benny Golson - The Other Side of Benny Golson (OJC, Riverside)

Benny Golson - The Modern Touch (OJC, Riverside)

Benny Golson's New York Scene (OJC, Contemporary

Wardell Gray Memorial Vol. 1 (OJC, Prestige)

Johnny Griffin - Do Nothing 'Til You Hear From Me (OJC, Riverside)

Johnny Griffin - Grab This! - (OJC, Riverside)

Hampton Hawes At The Piano (OJC, Contemporary)

Jimmy Heath - Triple Threat (OJC, Riverside)

Richard Groove Holmes - On Basie's Bandstand (Prestige)

Lightnin' Hopkins - Bluesville box set

Helen Humes - Songs I Like To Sing (OJC, Contemporary)

Willis Jackson - Nuther'n Like Thuther'n (Prestige, 2 LPs)

Illinois Jacquet - The Soul Explosion (OJC, Prestige)

Eddie Jefferson - Body and Soul (OJC, Prestige)

Budd Johnson & the Four Brass Giants (OJC, Riverside)

Budd Johnson - Let's Swing! (OJC, Swingville)

Lonnie Johnson & Victoria Spivey - Idle Hours (OBC, Bluesville)

Blues by Lonnie Johnson (OBC, Bluesville)

J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding, Bennie Green - Trombone by Three (OJC, Prestige)

Etta Jones - Love Shout (OJC, Prestige)

Thad Jones, Kenny Burrell, Frank Wess, Mal Waldron - After Hours (OJC, Prestige)

Thad Jones, Frank Wess, Teddy Charles - Olio (OJC, Prestige)

Clifford Jordan - Mosaic (Milestone, 2 Jazzland LPs)

Eric Kloss - First Class! (Prestige, 2 LPs)

Lee Konitz - Peacemeal (OJC, Milestone)

Charles Kynard - The Soul Brotherhood (Presige, 2 LPs)

Harold in the Land of Jazz - (OJC, Contemporary)

Harold Land - The Fox (OJC, Hifijazz)

Harold Land - Eastward Ho! (OJC, Jazzland)

Barbara Lea - Lea In Love - OJC, Prestige)

The Dynamic Sound of the Rod Levitt Orchestra (OJC, Riverside)

Mundell Lowe - Guitar Moods (OJC, Riverside)

Mundell Lowe - A Grand Night For Swinging - (OJC, Riverside)

Johnny Lytle - Nice And Easy (OJC, Jazzland)

Johnny Lytle - Got That Feeling/Moonchild (Milestone, 2 Riverside & Jazzland LPs)

Johnny Lytle - The Village Caller (OJC, Riverside)

Harold Mabern - A Few Miles From Memphis (Prestige, 2 LPs)

Junior Mance - That Lovin' Feelin' (Milestone, 2 Jazzland & Milestone LPs)

Shelly Manne - The Three & The Two (OJC, Contemporary)

The Mastersounds (Fantasy, 2 LPs)

Ken McIntyre - Stone Blues - (OJC, Prestige)

Hal McKusick - Triple Exposure (OJC, Prestige)

Gil Mellé - Primitive Modern & Quadrama (OJC, 2 Prestige LPs)

Brew Moore Quintet (OJC, Fantasy)

Wild Bill Moore - Bottom Groove (Milestone, 2 Jazzland LPs)

Jelly Roll Morton - 1923/24 (Milestone, Gennett 78's)

Meet Oliver Nelson (OJC, New Jazz)

Oliver Nelson - Main Stem (OJC, Prestige)

Sal Nistico - Heavyweights (Milestone, 2 Jazzland & Riverside LPs)

Music to listen to Red Norvo by - (OJC, Contemporary)

Chico O'Farrill - Pure Emotion (Milestone)

Chico O'Farrill - Heart of a Legend (Milestone)

Manny Oquendo & Libre - Ahora (MIlestone)

Manny Oquendo & Libre - Los New Yorkinos (Milestone)

Art Pepper - Galaxy box set

Houston Person - Trust In Me (Prestige, 2 LPs)

It's Time For Dave Pike - (OJC, Riverside)

John La Porta - Theme and Variations (Fantasy, 2 LPs)

Bud Powell - Bebop (Pablo, Mythic Sound material)

The Prestige Jazz Quartet (OJC, Prestige)

Paul Quinichette - For Basie (OJC, Prestige)

Paul Quinichette - Basie Reunion (OJC, Prestige)

This Is Lucy Reed - (OJC, Fantasy)

Max Roach - Deeds, Not Words (OJC, Riverside)

Charlie Rouse - Takin' Care Of Business (OJC, Jazzland)

The Sandole Brothers (Fantasy, 2 LPs)

Shirley Scott - Trio Classics Vol. 1 (Prestige, 2 LPs)

Shirley Scott - Mucho, Mucho (Prestige Japan)

Shirley Scott - Soul Sister (Prestige, 2 LPs)

Horace Silver - Paris Blues (Pablo)

Zoot Sims - Zoot! (OJC, Riverside)

Hal Singer - Blue Stmpin' (OJC, Prestige)

Don Sleet - All Members (OJC, Jazzland)

Johnny Hammond Smith - Opus de Funk (Prestige, 2 LPs)

Johnny Hammond Smith - Open House (Milestone, 2 Riverside LPs)

Frank Strozier - Long Night (Milestone, 2 Jazzland LPs)

Art Tatum - Complete Pablo Solo Masterpieces box set

Art Tatum - Complete Pablo Group Masterpieces box set

Billy Taylor Trio - Warming Up! (Milestone, 2 Riverside & Moodsville LPs)

Bobby Timmons - The Prestige Trio Sessions (Prestige, 2 Lps)

Clark Terry - Mellow Moods (Prestige, 2 Moodsville LPs)

Chuck Wayne - Morning Mist (OJC, Prestige)

Randy Weston - With These Hands (OJC, Riverside)

More to be added ...

p.s. I'd prefer it if each member would just post once and edit in any further acquisitions.

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My approach has been similiar to Chuck's. My most recent small purchase was picking up Blue Mitchell's 'Sure thing" and Clifford Jordan's 'Mosaic'. Some other small ojc purchases (looking at my purchase history over the last 6 months from amazon) include:

McPherson's Mood [Limited Edition] [Audio CD] Charles Mcpherson (a very nice session, nice to hear Buster Williams)

Long Night/March of the Siamese Children [Audio CD] Strozier, Frank

Workin' Out [Audio CD] Timmons, Bobby

Swinging Sounds [Audio CD] Shelly Manne & His Men (still ambivalent about this one)

The Freelance Years: The Complete Riverside and Contemporary Recordings: Sonny Rollins (pretty good deal,30 bucks, considering I didn't hav WOW, Freedom Suite, and one or two sessions on this set)

Music to Listen to Don Ewell By [Audio CD] Ewell, Don (good music, good sound too)

Far Cry (20 Bit Mastering) Eric Dolphy (I love Dolphy more and more every time I hear him)

Guitar Groove [Audio CD] Thomas, Rene (outstanding!)

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Too complicated to list everything. I placed 2 massive orders during the Concord dump and have placed countless small orders since then.

I'm on the same page with Chuck. Last order was a lot of George Lewis.

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Too complicated to list everything. I placed 2 massive orders during the Concord dump and have placed countless small orders since then.

I'm on the same page with Chuck. Last order was a lot of George Lewis.

Do any of those George Lewis dates stand out Lon? Hard for me to judge which, if any , is essential. I enjoy the Atlantic and Blue Note George Lewis sessions, I've been meaning to pick up one of the OJCs. Now's the time I guess.

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Too complicated to list everything. I placed 2 massive orders during the Concord dump and have placed countless small orders since then.

No kidding. I could give you a link to my amazon "recently purchased" page ...

Regardless of motive, I have discovered some real gems along the way :tup

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p.s. I was real mad that Concord would not ship to Europe during their sellout - it probably was (and still is) against their distribution contract with Universal in Europe. I depended on what Zweitausend offered or threw in their sellout bins or what amazon sellers offered at reasonable prices.

Got about 10 discs from Newbury Comics ebay auctions during the last two weeks - still real cheap, although shipping is not.

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as his mikeness wishes, all in one post now:

from the top of my head (post to be edited now and then as I remember/buy more):

Jimmy Woods - Awakening (Contemporary)

Jimmy - Conflict (Contemporary)

Barry Harris - At the Jazz Workshop (Riverside)

Barry Harris - Preminado (Riverside)

Barry Harris - Listen to... (Riverside)

Barry Harris - Chasin' the Bird (Riverside)

Barry Harris - Magnificient (Prestige)

Barry Harris - Bull's Eye (Prestige)

(already had "Newer Than New", still missing "Luminescence" - hoping to get it from a marketplace seller but no sign so far) (>> more discussion here)

Benny Golson - The Modern Touch (Riverside)

Benny Golson - The Other Side of (Riverside)

Benny Golson - Gone With (Riverside)

Benny Golson - Groovin' With (Riverside)

Benny Golson - Gettin' With (Riverside)

Johnny Griffin - Quartet (Riverside)

Johnny Griffin - Way Out (Riverside)

Dorothy Ashby (the twofer w/Wess)

Gigi Gryce - Hap'nin's (Japanese mini LP / Prestige)

Gigi Gryce - Sayin' Something (Prestige)

Don Patterson - Boppin' and Burnin' (Prestige)

Red Rodney Quintets (Fantasy)

Don Friedman - Circle Waltz (Riverside)

Don Friedman - Metamorphosis (Riverside)

Don Friedman - Day in the City (Riverside)

BUddy Tate & Claude Hopkins (twofer / Prestige)

Claude Hopkins - Swing Time (twofer / Prestige)

Shorty & Doc (Baker & Cheatham, that is) (Prestige)

Sam Jones - Soul Society (Riverside)

Sam Jones - Down Home (Riverside)

Wilbur Ware - The Chicago Scene (Riverside)

Doug Watkins - Soulnik (Riverside)

John Jenkins/Cliff Jordan/Bobby Timmons (>> thanks to this thread)

George Russell - Stratus Seekers (Riverside)

all but three (one still to get, two I already had) of the Griffin/Davis discs (>> see more discussion here)

Jimmy Forrest - Forrest Fire (Prestige)

Jimmy Forrest - Most Much (Prestige)

Jimmy Forrest - Sit Down and Relax (Prestige)

Jimmy Heath - The Quota (Japanese edition)

Red Garland - Groovy (Prestige) (>> recommendations here)

Red Garland - At the Prelude (Prestige / Concord 2CD set) (>> discussion here and here)

Jaki Byard - Out Front! (Prestige)

Jaki Byard - Hi-Fly (Japanese edition / Prestige)

Jaki Byard - Live! (Prestige) (got "Last from Lennie's" in the 2001 sale)

Jon Eardley - Seven (Japanese mini LP) (Prestige)

Matthew Gee - Jazz By Gee (Japanese mini LP) (>> more here)

Sonny Criss - Sonny's Dream (Contemporary)

Sonny Criss - Up, Up and Away (Contemporary)

Teddy Edwards - Teddy's Ready (Contemporary)

Blue Mitchell - Big Six (Riverside)

Gil Mellé - Primitive Modern/Quadrama (Riverside)

Gil Mellé - and Friends (Riverside)

Bill Evans - The Secret Sessions (glad I got the two Keystones, the Riverside and Fantasy from 2001, the Warner I already had...)

Randy Weston - Solo, Duo, Trio (twofer / Riverside)

Randy Weston - Get Happy (Riverside)

Randy Weston - With These Hands (Riverside)

Randy Weston - Jazz a La Bohemia (Riverside)

Yusef Lateef - Other Sounds (Prestige)

Yusef Lateef - Cry/Tender (Prestige)

Yusef Lateef - The Three Faces of (Riverside)

Yusef Lateef - The Centaur and the Phoenix (Riverside)

Yusef Lateef - Into Somethin' (Prestige)

(had the other two Lateefs before - Sounds of Yusef and Eastern Sounds, that is)

Crazy! But still, so many more to get!

And several I've given up hope on finding (Lucky's "Happy Days", Woody Shaw's "Song of Songs", Don Patterson's "New York Dues", for instance), and many that are probably tough to find (stuff such as Lennie Niehaus' series on Contemporary).

and also the RVGs of Wes Montgomery's "Full House" and the Cannonball Quintet - though these (as the Garland Prelude) are likely not going OOP too soon... but I got them cheap (and the Garland I got since I just wanted some by him, got it with Groovy).

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Here's a recent Overstock.com order for me. In addition to a bunch during the Concord sale, and various smaller purchases since then.

Wynton Kelly Trio & Sextet - Kelly Blue (OJC) [Remaster]

Red Garland Trio - Groovy

Tommy Flanagan Trio - Overseas

Red Garland Trio - A Garland Of Red

Red Garland Trio - All Kinds Of Weather

Shelly Manne & His Men - At The Black Hawk, Vol. 2

Kenny Drew Trio - Kenny Drew Trio

Red Garland - Red In Blues-ville

Shelly Manne & His Men - At The Black Hawk, Vol. 4

Shelly Manne & His Men - At The Black Hawk, Vol. 1

Curtis Counce - You Get More Bounce With Curtis Counce

Curtis Counce Group - Vol. 1: Landslide

Curtis Fuller/Red Garland - Curtis Fuller With Red Garland

Joe Pass - Blues Dues-Live At Long Beach City College

Jim Hall/Ron Carter Duo - Alone Together

Phineas Newborn Jr. - A World Of Piano!

Shelly Manne & His Men - At The Black Hawk, Vol. 5

Red Garland - Red Garland Revisited!

Cannonball Adderley/Milt Jackson - Things Are Getting Better

Hampton Hawes - Four!

Red Garland Trio - Red Garland Trio With Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis

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Too complicated to list everything. I placed 2 massive orders during the Concord dump and have placed countless small orders since then.

I'm on the same page with Chuck. Last order was a lot of George Lewis.

Do any of those George Lewis dates stand out Lon? Hard for me to judge which, if any , is essential. I enjoy the Atlantic and Blue Note George Lewis sessions, I've been meaning to pick up one of the OJCs. Now's the time I guess.

As Lon writes, the Beverley Caverns sessions are quite good. From the historical point of view, "George Lewis of New Orleans (Eclipse Alley Five and Original Zenith Brass Band)" is of interest. It was one of the most "noble" attempts at the time to do an authentic recreation of the New Orleans sound around the turn of the century.

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I knew you'd all be too lazy to list them all ..... I, too, was afraid of looking at the sheer number of them, but wanted to be honest to myself, at least.

So, how many, do you estimate?

50 - 60, about 2/3 of which came from the sale last summer.

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Since the Zweitausendeins Sale (where I got almost 200 i think) i got relatively little (but nice ones)... will not get started again before i come back from my holidays i decided

Mal Waldron - Mal - 1

Legends of Acid Jazz - Melvin Sparks

Legends of Acid Jazz - Don Patterson / Booker Ervin

Sonny Criss - Sonny's Dream

Walt Dickerson - To My Queen

Eric Dolphy - At the Five Spot vol. 1

Rusty Bryant - Returns

Yusef Lateef - Other Sounds

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My panic buying has come gone in waves, I bought loads when Chuckk first flagged this up three years ago. The very real recent disappearance has had me filing orders regularly form amazon market place sellers as well mainly UK vinyl titles of various ages ( Esquires, Vogues, Transtlantics, OJC etc). Recently added around 20 in the last 3 months. The closure of Fopp in UK has been quite a blow as I tended to pick up ZXY OJC when went there. They were always £3 to £5 , whilst their finish isn't quite as good they're not bad.

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Of course, it depends on when you think the panic started. I guess with me it would have been about March 2004, when I saw a note of the sale on the Fantasy site. But probably, I didn't think about it seriously until 2005. And I've always bought Fantasy records in large quantities; Fantasy had been the biggest company in my collection since the 1970s. So that's why I haven't needed to go quite so nutty as some. This is (date order) what I've bought since then; it comes to 75 albums on 61 CDs (I've excluded a couple that have been issued by Lonehill etc, but have included some issued by Japanese Victor and UK Ace).

JAZZ GIANT - BENNY CARTER

MY FIRE/MINDBENDER - BOOGALOO JOE JONES

SPARK PLUG/SPARKS - MELVIN SPARKS

PISCES - EDDIE "LOCKJAW" DAVIS & JOHNNY GRIFFIN

DYNAMITE BROTHERS/CORNBREAD EARL & ME - CHARLES EARLAND/BLACKBYRDS

THE BLACKBYRDS/FLYIN START - BLACKBYRDS

CITY LIFE/UNFINISHED BUSINESS - BLACKBYRDS

BLUES UP N DOWN/GRIFF N LOCK - EDDIE "LOCKJAW" DAVIS & JOHNNY GRIFFIN

MISTY/GOING TO THE MEETING - EDDIE "LOCKJAW" DAVIS & SHIRLEY SCOTT

ACTION/BETTER DAYS - BLACKBYRDS

LOVEJOY - ALBERT KING

I'M IN A PHONE BOOTH BABY - ALBERT KING

SILKEN SOUL - JACK MCDUFF

BOSS IS BACK/BROTHER JUG - GENE AMMONS

BUSH DANCE/CALL IT WHATCHAWANNA - JOHNNY GRIFFIN

SPOON AT MONTEREY/RENNAISANCE - JIMMY WITHERSPOON

FOUR - HAMPTON HAWES

TATE'S DATE/GROOVIN WITH TATE - BUDDY TATE

BIRD SONG - HAMPTON HAWES

TAKIN CARE BUSINES - OLIVER NELSON

GROOVY - RED GARLAND

THE SONG BOOK - BOOKER ERVIN

SWEET N SOULFUL - BOBBY TIMMONS

HAWKINS/GARLAND - COLEMAN HAWKINS & RED GARLAND

RED IN BLUESVILLE - RED GARLAND

BACALAO - EDDIE "LOCKJAW" DAVIS & SHIRLEY SCOTT

NICE N EASY - JONNY LYTLE

LOVE SHOUT - ETTA JONES

BLUES GROOVE - TINY GRIMES & COLEMAN HAWKINS

INTRODUCING ERIC KLOSS/LOVE & ALL THAT JAZZ - ERIC KLOSS

EVENIN BLUES - JIMMY WITHERSPOON

BLUE STOMPIN - HAL SINGER

MILT JACKSON AT THE VILLAGE GATE - MILT JACKSON

MOODSVILLE VOL 1 - EDDIE "LOCKJAW" DAVIS & RED GARLAND

A STRANGER IN TOWN - GENE AMMONS

THE LAST GOODUN - JACK MCDUFF

SETTIN THE PACE/THE TRANCE - BOOKER ERVIN/DEXTER GORDON

MOVING RIGHT ALONG - ARNETT COBB

BBB & CO - BARNEY BIGARD, BENNY CARTER & BEN WEBSTER

CONFESSIN THE BLUES - BILLIE POOLE

MONEY TALKS - BAR-KAYS

LONELY AND BLUE - ETTA JONES

MANTECA - RED GARLAND

SONGS I LIKE TO SING - HELEN HUMES

TAINT NOBODYS BUSINESS - HELEN HUMES

MY PEOPLE - FREDDIE ROACH

SOUL MEETING - KING CURTIS

NICE N TASTY - JOHN WRIGHT

INTRO PITTS - TRUDY PITTS

SOUL SEARCHIN - SHIRLEY SCOTT

MONGO EXPLODES - MONGO SANTAMARIA

MUCHO MUCHO - SHIRLEY SCOTT & LATIN JAZZ QUINTET

SWINGIN WITH HUMES - HELEN HUMES

LIVE AT THE SUMMIT CLUB - JOHNNIE TAYLOR

TINY IN SWINGVILLE - TINY GRIMES

TOUGH TENOR FAVORITES - EDDIE "LOCKJAW" DAVIS & JOHNNY GRIFFIN

FROM THE HEART - ETTA JONES

CLEANHEAD/CANNONBALL - EDDIE "CLEANHEAD" VINSON & CANNONBALL ADDERLEY

REGAL IN NEW ORLEANS - LITTLE JIMMY SCOTT & PAUL GAYTEN

IN THE BEGINNING - MILT JACKSON & SONNY STITT

SO WARM - ETTA JONES

I've still got a bloody long list!

MG

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Probably have bought about 100 since the first "disappearing OJCs" thread. Too many to list, but here are a dozen or so favorites:

Gene Ammons: Live! in Chicago

Buck Clayton and Buddy Tate: Buck & Buddy

Johnny Griffin: The Kerry Dancers

Zoot Sims: Quartets

Shorty Baker & Doc Cheatham: Shorty & Doc

Louis Cottrell Trio: Bourbon Street

Dynamic Sound Patterns of the Rod Levitt Orchestra

Al Haig: Trio and Sextets

Elmer Snowden: Harlem Banjo!

Jimmy Knepper Quintet/Mingus Octet: Debut Rarities Vol. 1

Scrapper Blackwell: Mr. Scrapper's Blues

Prestige Blues Swingers: Outskirts of Town

Thanks to a number of members for recommending some of these and other OJCs in various threads. My listening experiences have been fuller and livelier because of your recommendations.

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I've still got a bloody long list!

MG

I'm glad I had paid OJCs more attention than most members - I already had all the Don Patterson, Cal Tjader, Mongo Santamaria, Blue Mitchell, Kenny Burrell, Herbie Mann, Sonny Rollins (Riverside and Contemporary) and many other single and twofer CDs, Yusef Lateef, Abbey Lincoln, Ernie Henry on LP, as well as the Monk (both), Modern Jazz Quartet, Wes Montgomery, Joe Henderson, Eric Dolphy, Charles Mingus, Bill Evans Riverside, Miles Davis and Sonny Rollins Prestige box sets - that helped quite a bit.

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I've still got a bloody long list!

MG

I'm glad I had paid OJCs more attention than most members - I already had all the Don Patterson, Gil Mellé, Blue Mitchell, Kenny Burrell, Herbie Mann, Sonny Rollins (Riverside and Contemporary) CDs, Yusef Lateef, Abbey Lincoln, Ernie Henry on LP, as well as the Monk (both), Modern Jazz Quartet, Wes Montgomery, Joe Henderson, Eric Dolphy, Charles Mingus, Bill Evans Riverside, Miles Davis and Sonny Rollins Prestige box sets - that helped quite a bit.

Just checked on my list of stuff still to get - 59 OJCs, 19 other Fantasy albums. Oy!

MG

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