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2 hours ago, mikeweil said:

I know. Do not misunderstand me - I could listen to all of his solos in a row and enjoy it immensely (Pres is my favourite tenor), it's just the themes that get a bit repetitive.

I get this and do the same with Birds Dial and Savoy stuff.

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On 1-11-2022 at 6:12 PM, Jim Duckworth said:

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Disc 2.

Such a great set. Desert island material for me. Wish mosaic would put out more unreleased treasures like this.

1 hour ago, jazzbo said:

Grant Green "Feelin' the Spirit" Blue Note Japan UHQCD

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I have too many versions of this session but I LOVE it. Herbie is so good here, and Grant really seems to feel the music. This UHQCD sounds very good.

Yeah I love that record as well. I had the RVG but bought the Tone Poet anyway. Herbie is definitely standing out but the whole band is great.

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Prompted by some Woody Shaw discussion on another thread:

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Now listening to Love Dance (Muse, 1976), my favorite Woody Shaw album. Check out this insane band: Woody, Billy Harper, René McLean, Steve Turre, Joe Bonner, Cecil McBee (who is on fire!!!), Victor Lewis, and Guilherme Franco. Music bursting at the seams with vitality, totally "of it's time" but also timeless.

 

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2 hours ago, HutchFan said:

Prompted by some Woody Shaw discussion on another thread:

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Now listening to Love Dance (Muse, 1976), my favorite Woody Shaw album. Check out this insane band: Woody, Billy Harper, René McLean, Steve Turre, Joe Bonner, Cecil McBee (who is on fire!!!), Victor Lewis, and Guilherme Franco. Music bursting at the seams with vitality, totally "of it's time" but also timeless.

 

That is a great album. My LP is a bit battered but the music shines through 

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