The Jazz Beat

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Ken_McAlinden, Apr 27, 2015.

  1. Spinning some Wynton and Wes from RSD:

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  2. I am, can you hit me with a link? Thanx!

    Edit: That was shipping for just one item, no minimum? Seems reasonable.
     
  3. macdaddysinfo

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  4. johnnypaddock

    johnnypaddock Forum Resident

    Location:
    Lowell, MA
    Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers - Mosaic
    1961, Blue Note Records
    Music Matters 45rpm reissue

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  5. macdaddysinfo

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    This was one of the two I missed. Can't get 'em all... I might go for the high Rez flavor...
     
  6. btf1980

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    Location:
    NYC
    John Jenkins w/ Kenny Burrell

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  8. I bought both the RSD LP and the CD and the CD does sound quite good. I'd not want to pass on the packaging and the booklet, which are quite nice.
     
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  9. WorldB3

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    Agree, the Monk and the Wes with Wynton are both excellent. I would grab them on CD if you can't track down the vinyl for the packaging.
     
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  10. WorldB3

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    NP: Keith Jarrett - Belonging.

    There are some really nice piano solo's and drumming on side 2. Garbarek gets a little out there on Solstice also.
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  11. Pants Party

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    Location:
    Washington, DC
    Lester Young/Count Basie
    Classic 1936-1947 Count Basie And Lester Young Studio Sessions, Disc 1 [MD8-263]

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  12. Pants Party

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    Washington, DC
    Louis Armstrong Saturday Night!

    The Complete Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings (Disc 1-4 on shuffle)

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  13. Voltaire

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  14. macdaddysinfo

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    Digging the yo! Miles ensemble right now...
     
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  15. Jackie P

    Jackie P Forum Resident

    Location:
    Dub Lane
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    Penthouse Serenade - Nat 'King' Cole (Capitol Jazz) CD
    with
    Nat 'King' Cole (piano & vocal), John Collins (guitar), Charlie Harris (bass), Bunny Shawker & Lee Young (drums), Jack Costanzo (bongos & congas).

    Recorded 1952 / 5 tracks recorded 1955

    A very classy sounding, mainly instrumental 19 track CD.

    I have never previously bought anything with Nat 'King' Cole on vocal, so the 6 tracks that feature those ever so smooth (easy listening) vocal tones on this one are new territory for me.
     
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  16. Jackie P

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    Washington D. C., 1948 - Charlie Parker (Uptown) CD Flashback Series

    A well presented package with 50 page booklet included. Everything housed in sturdy cardboard slipcase.
     
  17. alankin1

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    Location:
    Philly
    Barney Kessel / Ray Brown / Shelly MannePoll Winners Three! (Contemporary Records / OJC)

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  18. Jackie P

    Jackie P Forum Resident

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    Porgy & Bess - Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong (Verve Originals) CD

    Recorded 1957. LP released 1958
     
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  19. Jackie P

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    Location:
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  20. J.A.W.

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  21. Bobby Boogaloo

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  22. And now, something completely different from Mal Waldron.......

    Embryo: Steig Aus

    Mal Waldron: Electric Piano
    Organ, Mellotron: Jimi Jackson
    Edgar Hoffman: Violin
    Roman Bunka: Guitar, Saz
    Dave King/Jorg Evers: Bass
    Christian Burchard: Drums, Marimba, Vibraphone

    Recorded in Germany 1973 for the Brain label.


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    I've abandoned any attempt at getting work done with this slab of Psych/Spiritual/Groove/Fusion/Jazz engaging all available grey matter:

     
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  23. I love all three of their releases, two on SACD surprisingly. I wish they'd have continued with this project.
     
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  24. This conjured images of:

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  25. The Panda

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    Location:
    Marple, PA, USA
    Nat Adderley Work Song
    Cannonball and Bill Evans Know What I Mean
     
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