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17 minutes ago, medjuck said:

I'm curious: Is it in mono?

No, it's not mono. And it doesn't have the treble edge that the box set version has.

I do have a mono version in the Mono Albums box set (mine is the Japanese issue). It too sounds very good. . . but I don't prefer the mono for this title.

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3 hours ago, BillF said:

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Listening now;

Reunion

a fine session with 

 Jim Rotondi, trumpet;

 John Allred Trombone;

Frank Basile, baritone;

Jeff Rupert, tenor;

Richard Drexler, bass,

Todd Coolman, bass,

John Jenkins drums,

Vinnie Colauita, drums,

Jimmy Hall, vocals. 

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14 minutes ago, jazzbo said:

No, it's not mono. And it doesn't have the treble edge that the box set version has.

I do have a mono version in the Mono Albums box set (mine is the Japanese issue). It too sounds very good. . . but I don't prefer the mono for this title.

I thought hearing it in stereo was a revelation.  I just  wondered what purists thought. 

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57 minutes ago, BillF said:

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Sad to say I´m not a collector, I once purchased some Cedar Walton Trio with Cliff Jordan, and sure heard the later edition with Bob Berg, who was great, but I think I heard he died young. 

The only low point was, when Berg joined the Miles Organisation in the late 80´s and poor Bob Berg didn´t have much to play in those bands. He just stood there for the most time, quite bored because the whole stuff was boring. He must have got much money for it, but sure it was nothing that would have inspired Bob. Gone were the days where great saxists like Liebman and then the young Bill Evans were in the bands. 

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