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12 hours ago, jazzbo said:

“Eric Dolphy at the Five Spot, Vol. 2” New Jazz/Prestige RVG Remaster, Japan cd 2024

 

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Best sounding version of this excellent material that I have.

Is this the one with Mal Waldron´s "Fire Waltz" on it ? A tune I have played often last year.

13 hours ago, jazzbo said:

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Sony Blu-Spec CD2, 2024, disc 1

I have the old LP which I purchased back in the 70´s after I had heard Miles in late 1973. I remember I liked parts of it but was a bit disappointed that it´s not one whole session , but more so sampled from different dates, like the very short takes like "Little Church" which I generally like. But I liked most the last tune, the one with Keith Jarrett on piano and organ. 

If I remember right, this one and "Jack Johnson" where not as well promoted as others of Miles´ albums from the 70´s. 

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1 hour ago, Gheorghe said:

Is this the one with Mal Waldron´s "Fire Waltz" on it ? A tune I have played often last year.

I have the old LP which I purchased back in the 70´s after I had heard Miles in late 1973. I remember I liked parts of it but was a bit disappointed that it´s not one whole session , but more so sampled from different dates, like the very short takes like "Little Church" which I generally like. But I liked most the last tune, the one with Keith Jarrett on piano and organ. 

If I remember right, this one and "Jack Johnson" where not as well promoted as others of Miles´ albums from the 70´s. 

I bought the 2 LP when it was first released, and I've loved it ever since. All of it.

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Paul Quinchette “Vice Pres” Verve Elite cd

Snow at last! Being next to a forest of bare trees for over a week takes its toll.

Since it’s an election year, time for the Lester Young “disciple” known as the Vice Pres, Paul Quinchette.

 

 

“This CD compiles the albums The Vice ‘Pres’ and Sequel, plus some alternate takes.”

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