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Chet Baker “Baby Breeze” Limelight/Verve cd.

This one again as I didn’t get to the alternate and additional tracks yesterday.

Some great Chet singing here–especially the two tracks just backed by Kenny Burrell. What Kenny could do. . .he was such a master.

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It may well be too early for this music, especially as the new SEWE300B amp has really bloomed lately and is sounding so atmospheric and this music is. . . eerie to say the least, full of resonant spacey effects. But it suits today well enough!

Sun Ra & His Intergalactic Solar Arkestra: Space Is The Place (Music From The Original Soundtrack) 2 cd set and also remastered DVD and Blu-ray of the film, now listening to CD 1

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Another cd and Blu-ray set. . . listening to the cd.

Wes Montgomery The NDR Hamburg Studio Recordings"

I didn’t know about this release til last week. Sound is excellent as are the performances.

Recorded April 30, 1965 (live-recording) at NDR Studio 10, Hamburg, Germany

Alto Saxophone – Hans Koller
Baritone Saxophone – Ronnie Ross
Bass – Michel Gaudry
Drums – Ronnie Stephenson
Guitar – Wes Montgomery
Liner Notes – Michael Laages
Piano – Martial Solal
Tenor Saxophone – Johnny Griffin, Ronnie Scott

The Blu-ray includes another session.

 

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2 hours ago, Rabshakeh said:

World Saxophone Quartet – Requiem For Julius

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How is this one? 

Liked it even more my second time through, but I’m already partisan to DJA’s Brookmeyer-lineage sound. Interesting and eclectic choice of inspirational figures for each composition. Would love to play the Ellington tribute on the radio at some point, but it clocks in at 30 minutes… maybe for some slow programming day over the holidays. 

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