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Bruce Gertz - Red Handed (Double-Time Records, 1999)

If I were to make a list of my favorite records of the 1990s, this one would be on it.  The front-line combo of Abercrombie & Bergonzi is VERY nice.

 

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56 minutes ago, HutchFan said:

This again:

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Bruce Gertz - Red Handed (Double-Time Records, 1999)

If I were to make a list of my favorite records of the 1990s, this one would be on it.  The front-line combo of Abercrombie & Bergonzi is VERY nice.

 

Time for that 90s blog perhaps? 😀

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Dizzy Reece “Star Bright” Blue Note Japan 85th Anniversary UHQCD

Dizzy Reece – trumpet
Hank Mobley – tenor saxophone
Wynton Kelly – piano
Paul Chambers – bass
Art Taylor – drums

 

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5 hours ago, rostasi said:

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Wonderful ! I have loved Pharoah Sanders since I was still amost a kid. One of my first jazz LPs was Tranes "At Village Vanguard Again" (with Pharoah, Alice, Garrison, Rashied Ali) and then I got my first Sanders LP (Live at the East). I like all those great albums he made, those from the 60´s and 70´s as well as the later straight ahead dates with a typical ts.p.,b,dr - quartet...... everything ! 

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56 minutes ago, Gheorghe said:

Wonderful ! I have loved Pharoah Sanders since I was still amost a kid. One of my first jazz LPs was Tranes "At Village Vanguard Again" (with Pharoah, Alice, Garrison, Rashied Ali) and then I got my first Sanders LP (Live at the East). I like all those great albums he made, those from the 60´s and 70´s as well as the later straight ahead dates with a typical ts.p.,b,dr - quartet...... everything ! 

Wow! To have "Live at the East" as your first Pharoah album was probably beautifully intense. My first, as a youngster, was "Tauhid", but "...East" got a LOT of play at home in those days.

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11 minutes ago, rostasi said:

Wow! To have "Live at the East" as your first Pharoah album was probably beautifully intense. My first, as a youngster, was "Tauhid", but "...East" got a LOT of play at home in those days.

My LP cover is really old and looks like that, when it was purchased so 50 years ago, when I was a teenager. 
As late as in the second decade of the 2000 when Pharoah Sanders played for the last time in Vienna, I had the LP with me hoping to get to Mr. Sanders if he would like to sign it for me, but I was to shy and thought he doesn´t look like a man who will meet a fan. Too bad, later I heard he sure would have done it. 

But on the other hand, I´m a musician and signed albums does not mean so much to me, it´s the music that counts. Especially in my early days of listening to jazz I was very very much in the stuff of Dolphy, Coleman, Cherry, Sun Ra, late Coltrane and of course Pharoah Sanders. I heard that stuff before I heard Bird on records......

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