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Seldon Powell - Seldon Powell Sextet (Roost). This another one of those Japanese CDs I found in the piles at a store the other day. I was told they were from the estate of a huge jazz fan. It made me a bit sad going through his stuff as I could picture someone else doing this with my collection at some point in the (hopefully distant) future.

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1 hour ago, Kevin Bresnahan said:

Seldon Powell - Seldon Powell Sextet (Roost). This another one of those Japanese CDs I found in the piles at a store the other day. I was told they were from the estate of a huge jazz fan. It made me a bit sad going through his stuff as I could picture someone else doing this with my collection at some point in the (hopefully distant) future.

 Have the Sextet (on vinyl)  too.

Here is another one from 1955 featuring

J. Nottingham (tp) / Bob Alexander (tb) / Pete (Toots) Mondello (as/bs) / Tony Aless (p) / Billy Bauer (g) / Arnold Fiskin (b) / Don Lamond (dr)

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1 hour ago, jazzcorner said:

Here is another one from 1955 featuring

J. Nottingham (tp) / Bob Alexander (tb) / Pete (Toots) Mondello (as/bs) / Tony Aless (p) / Billy Bauer (g) / Arnold Fiskin (b) / Don Lamond (dr)

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Erroll Garner – Afternoon Of An Elf

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I don't see a great deal of Garner-posting round here. 

I typically incorrectly associate Garner with the likes of Tatum and Peterson - swing dazzlers with lots of notes (not meaning to suggest that AT and OP are otherwise similar); and I think Garner is like that sometimes, but this is really quite a different record.

4 hours ago, jazzcorner said:

 Have the Sextet (on vinyl)  too.

Here is another one from 1955 featuring

J. Nottingham (tp) / Bob Alexander (tb) / Pete (Toots) Mondello (as/bs) / Tony Aless (p) / Billy Bauer (g) / Arnold Fiskin (b) / Don Lamond (dr)

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How is this one? I don't really associate Seldon Powell with the likes of Bauer.

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16 hours ago, Rabshakeh said:

Re Seldon Powell

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How is this one? I don't really associate Seldon Powell with the likes of Bauer.

Its good mainstream jazz.  I do agree that Bauer & Fishkin are rather found  with Lennie Tristano than here in such a mainstream oriented group.

The liner notes by Barry Ulanov decribe Powell as a new & fresh player on the scene but no comments about the selected musicians.

 

 

 

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