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8 hours ago, HutchFan said:

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Laurindo Almeida, Bud Shank - Brazilliance, Vol. 2 (World Pacific/BN)
with Gary Peacock and Chuck Flores

I think this second volume is even more impressive than the first.  Among the reasons why: Gary Peacock.

Yep .... at that time he already implemented an original bass sound similar still clearly distinctive to Scott LaFaro ....

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10 hours ago, Peter Friedman said:

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Joe Newman was a solid trumpet player and I enjoyed his playing here in Viena, but soon no musician here wanted to play more gigs with him, since he was an asshole on the stand, lecturing experienced local musicains how to play as if they didn´t know how to play. Strange, other very prominent artists like Woody Shaw, Art Farmer, Benny Golson etc. never lectured the musicians on bandstand and it was everything cool, to enjoy the gig on stand.....

16 hours ago, jazzbo said:

This one again. Sound so good.

 

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Buster Williams is one of my very very special favourites, period. 
Wonderful band here. 

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5 minutes ago, Gheorghe said:

Buster Williams is one of my very very special favourites, period. 

Same here .... btw although having been part of many important recordings his work of body still underappreciated by some ....

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On 4/16/2024 at 9:09 PM, JSngry said:

I believe that the guitarist on this record, Lee Robinson, ended up in Dallas doing studio work and playing jazz with Fred Crane, Peyton Park, Jimmy Zitano, etc 

I didn't know that. Apparently, there's a scholarship opp available that's in his name.

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Larry Willis “Inner Crisis” Groove Merchant/Solid Records Japan cd

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Bass – Eddie Gomez, Roderick Gaskin

Composed By, Electric Piano, Piano [Acoustic] – Larry Willis

Drums – Al Foster, Warren Benbow

Guitar – Roland Prince

Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Harold Vick

Trombone – Dave Bargeron

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