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Eddie Condon and his Windy City Seven / Bud Freeman and his Gang – Jammin' at Commodore (Commodore Records)
— With Bobby Hackett (cornet), Jack Teagarden (trombone), Pee Wee Russell (clarinet), Jess Stacy (piano), Dave Tough, George Wttling (drums), a.o.

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Listening as I contemplate whether I want to buy  the "running low" Mosaic set (Eddie Condon & Bud Freeman: Complete Commodore & Decca Sessions (#259)).

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Herbie HancockMwandishi [from The Warner Bros. Years (1969-1972) box] (Warner Bros. / Rhino)

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Personnel
Mwandishi / Herbie Hancock – Fender Rhodes piano; Mchezaji / Buster Williams – Bass; Jabali / Billy Hart – Drums; Mganga / Eddie Henderson – Trumpet, flugelhorn; Mwile / Bennie Maupin – Bass clarinet, alto flute, piccolo; Pepo Mtoto / Julian Priester – tenor trombone, bass trombone.
– Also includes promo edits of two tracks.

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Paul BleyImprovisie (America Records LP 6121 / EmArcy — Universal Music Jazz France)
— Paul Bley - electric piano, synthesizer; Annette Peacock - electric bass, electric piano, piano, vocals; Han Bennink - drums; recorded live at "Club B14" in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

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More synth.

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Albert AylerLörrach, Paris 1966 (Hatology)

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— Albert Ayler - tenor saxophone; Don Ayler - trumpet; Michel Samson - violin; William Folwell - bass; Beaver Harris - drums.
— Recorded live SWF Radio for Jazz Session in Lorrach, Germany and by Radio France at Salle Pleyel at the Paris Jazz Festival.

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