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  1. Fischman

    Fischman RockMonster, ClassicalMaster, and JazzMeister

    Location:
    New Mexico
    That was my first Hargrove album, discovered first in the CD bin at my local public library. Been a fan ever since!
     
  2. Mike6565

    Mike6565 Hyperactive!

    Location:
    Long island, ny
    sure, here are some details from Discogs, a real steal imho
    Stan Getz – Stan Getz (1980, Vinyl) - Discogs

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    Stan Getz – Stan Getz
    Label: Book-Of-The-Month Records – 40-5510
    Format:
    3 x Vinyl, LP, Compilation
    Box Set
    Country: US
    Released: 1980
    Genre: Jazz
    Style: Cool Jazz, Latin Jazz

    Tracklist
    A1 I'm Late I'm Late
    Bass – John Neves
    Cello – Bruce Rogers
    Drums – Roy Haynes
    Orchestra – Hershey Kay And His Orchestra*
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Viola – Jacob Glick
    Violin – Alan Martin, Gerald Tarack
    Written-By, Arranged By – Sauter*
    Bass – John Neves
    Cello – Bruce Rogers
    Drums – Roy Haynes
    Orchestra – Hershey Kay And His Orchestra*
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Viola – Jacob Glick
    Violin – Alan Martin, Gerald Tarack
    Written-By, Arranged By – Sauter*
    A2 Who Could Care
    Bass – John Neves
    Drums – Roy Haynes
    Piano – Steve Kuhn
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Valve Trombone – Bob Brookmeyer
    Written-By – Brookmeyer*
    Bass – John Neves
    Drums – Roy Haynes
    Piano – Steve Kuhn
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Valve Trombone – Bob Brookmeyer
    Written-By – Brookmeyer*
    A3 Insensatez
    Bass – George Duvivier, Tommy Williams (3)
    Drums – Jose Carlos*, Paulo Ferreira
    Guitar – Luiz Bonfa*
    Piano – Antonio Carlos Jobim
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Vocals – Maria Toledo
    Written-By – Jobim*, De Moraes*
    Bass – George Duvivier, Tommy Williams (3)
    Drums – Jose Carlos*, Paulo Ferreira
    Guitar – Luiz Bonfa*
    Piano – Antonio Carlos Jobim
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Vocals – Maria Toledo
    Written-By – Jobim*, De Moraes*
    A4 Con Alma
    Bass – Ron Carter
    Drums – Grady Tate
    Piano – Chick Corea
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Gillespie*
    Bass – Ron Carter
    Drums – Grady Tate
    Piano – Chick Corea
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Gillespie*
    A5 Nature Boy
    Arranged By, Conductor – Russell Garcia
    Bass – Fred Dutton
    Drums – Sperie Karas
    Harp – Blanche Birdsong
    Orchestra – Russell Garcia's Orchestra*
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Vibraphone – Dave Hildinger
    Written-By – Ahbez*
    Arranged By, Conductor – Russell Garcia
    Bass – Fred Dutton
    Drums – Sperie Karas
    Harp – Blanche Birdsong
    Orchestra – Russell Garcia's Orchestra*
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Vibraphone – Dave Hildinger
    Written-By – Ahbez*
    B1 I Want To Live
    Arranged By [Choir], Conductor – Claus Ogerman
    Bass – Ron Carter
    Choir – Unknown Artist
    Drums – Grady Tate
    Guitar – Jim Hall
    Percussion – Artie Butler, Bill Horvath*, Bobby Rosengarden
    Piano – Hank Jones, Herbie Hancock
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Mandel*
    Arranged By [Choir], Conductor – Claus Ogerman
    Bass – Ron Carter
    Choir – Unknown Artist
    Drums – Grady Tate
    Guitar – Jim Hall
    Percussion – Artie Butler, Bill Horvath*, Bobby Rosengarden
    Piano – Hank Jones, Herbie Hancock
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Mandel*
    B2 Didn't We
    Arranged By, Conductor – Johnny Pate
    Performer [Rhythm & Strings] – Unknown Artist
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Webb*
    Arranged By, Conductor – Johnny Pate
    Performer [Rhythm & Strings] – Unknown Artist
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Webb*
    B3 Open Country
    Bass – Bill Anthony
    Drums – Art Mardigan
    Piano – Johnny Williams*
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Valve Trombone – Bob Brookmeyer
    Written-By – Brookmeyer*
    Bass – Bill Anthony
    Drums – Art Mardigan
    Piano – Johnny Williams*
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Valve Trombone – Bob Brookmeyer
    Written-By – Brookmeyer*
    B4 It Never Entered My Mind
    Bass – Ray Brown
    Drums – Connie Kay
    Guitar – Herb Ellis
    Piano – Oscar Peterson
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Trombone – J.J. Johnson
    Written-By – Rodgers & Hart
    Bass – Ray Brown
    Drums – Connie Kay
    Guitar – Herb Ellis
    Piano – Oscar Peterson
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Trombone – J.J. Johnson
    Written-By – Rodgers & Hart
    B5 Blues In The Closet
    Bass – Ray Brown
    Drums – Connie Kay
    Guitar – Herb Ellis
    Piano – Oscar Peterson
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Trombone – J.J. Johnson
    Written-By – Oscar Pettiford
    Bass – Ray Brown
    Drums – Connie Kay
    Guitar – Herb Ellis
    Piano – Oscar Peterson
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Trombone – J.J. Johnson
    Written-By – Oscar Pettiford
    B6 Stan's Blues
    Bass – Gene Cherico
    Drums – Joe Hunt
    Vibraphone – Gary Burton
    Written-By, Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Bass – Gene Cherico
    Drums – Joe Hunt
    Vibraphone – Gary Burton
    Written-By, Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    C1 So Danco Samba
    Bass – Sebastião*
    Guitar, Vocals – João Gilberto
    Percussion – Milton Banana
    Piano – Antonio Carlos Jobim
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Vocals – Astrud Gilberto
    Written-By – Jobim*, De Moraes*
    Bass – Sebastião*
    Guitar, Vocals – João Gilberto
    Percussion – Milton Banana
    Piano – Antonio Carlos Jobim
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Vocals – Astrud Gilberto
    Written-By – Jobim*, De Moraes*
    C2 Her
    Bass – John Neves
    Cello – Bruce Rogers
    Drums – Roy Haynes
    Orchestra – Hershey Kay And His Orchestra*
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Viola – Jacob Glick
    Violin – Alan Martin, Gerald Tarack
    Written-By, Arranged By – Sauter*
    Bass – John Neves
    Cello – Bruce Rogers
    Drums – Roy Haynes
    Orchestra – Hershey Kay And His Orchestra*
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Viola – Jacob Glick
    Violin – Alan Martin, Gerald Tarack
    Written-By, Arranged By – Sauter*
    C3 Shine
    Bass – Leroy Vinnegar
    Drums – Shelly Manne
    Piano – Lou Levy
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Trumpet – Conte Candoli
    Written-By – Dabney*, Brown*, McPherson*
    Bass – Leroy Vinnegar
    Drums – Shelly Manne
    Piano – Lou Levy
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Trumpet – Conte Candoli
    Written-By – Dabney*, Brown*, McPherson*
    C4 Chega De Saudade (Too Much Longing)
    Arranged By [Orchestra], Conductor – Gary McFarland
    Bass – Romeo Penque, Tommy Williams (3)
    Bass Trombone – Tony Studd
    Clarinet – Babe Clark, Ray Beckenstein
    Drums – Johnny Rae
    Flugelhorn [Fluegelhorn] – Clark Terry
    Flute – Gerald Sanfino
    Flute [Alto] – Ed Caine*
    French Horn – Ray Alonge
    Guitar – Jim Hall
    Percussion – Carmen Costa, Jose Paulo
    Piano – Hank Jones
    Trumpet – Bernie Glow, Doc Severinsen
    Valve Trombone – Bob Brookmeyer
    Written-By – Jobim*, De Moraes*
    Arranged By [Orchestra], Conductor – Gary McFarland
    Bass – Romeo Penque, Tommy Williams (3)
    Bass Trombone – Tony Studd
    Clarinet – Babe Clark, Ray Beckenstein
    Drums – Johnny Rae
    Flugelhorn [Fluegelhorn] – Clark Terry
    Flute – Gerald Sanfino
    Flute [Alto] – Ed Caine*
    French Horn – Ray Alonge
    Guitar – Jim Hall
    Percussion – Carmen Costa, Jose Paulo
    Piano – Hank Jones
    Trumpet – Bernie Glow, Doc Severinsen
    Valve Trombone – Bob Brookmeyer
    Written-By – Jobim*, De Moraes*
    C5 Symtones (Excerpt)
    Alto Saxophone, Oboe, Flute – Herb Geller
    Bass – Jean Warland
    Drums – Kenny Clarke
    Percussion – Tony Inzalaco
    Piano – Francy Boland
    Soprano Saxophone, Flute, Baritone Saxophone – Sahib Shihab
    Soprano Saxophone, Flute, Tenor Saxophone – Stan Saltzman
    Tenor Saxophone – Ronnie Scott, Stan Getz
    Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Tony Coe
    Trombone – Albert Mangelsdorff, Erik Van Lier, Aake Persson*
    Trumpet, Flugelhorn [Fluegelhorn] – Ack Van Rooyen, Art Farmer, Benny Bailey, Manfred Schoof, Rick Keefer*
    Written-By – Francy Boland
    Alto Saxophone, Oboe, Flute – Herb Geller
    Bass – Jean Warland
    Drums – Kenny Clarke
    Percussion – Tony Inzalaco
    Piano – Francy Boland
    Soprano Saxophone, Flute, Baritone Saxophone – Sahib Shihab
    Soprano Saxophone, Flute, Tenor Saxophone – Stan Saltzman
    Tenor Saxophone – Ronnie Scott, Stan Getz
    Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Tony Coe
    Trombone – Albert Mangelsdorff, Erik Van Lier, Aake Persson*
    Trumpet, Flugelhorn [Fluegelhorn] – Ack Van Rooyen, Art Farmer, Benny Bailey, Manfred Schoof, Rick Keefer*
    Written-By – Francy Boland
    D1 Desafinado
    Bass – Keter Betts
    Bass, Guitar – Gene Byrd
    Drums – Bill Reichenbach, Buddy Deppenschmidt
    Guitar – Charlie Byrd
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Jobim*
    Bass – Keter Betts
    Bass, Guitar – Gene Byrd
    Drums – Bill Reichenbach, Buddy Deppenschmidt
    Guitar – Charlie Byrd
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Jobim*
    D2 But Beautiful
    Bass – Ron Carter
    Drums – Elvin Jones
    Piano – Bill Evans
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Burke - Van Heusen*
    Bass – Ron Carter
    Drums – Elvin Jones
    Piano – Bill Evans
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Burke - Van Heusen*
    D3 Tour's End
    Bass – Ray Brown
    Ensemble – The Oscar Peterson Trio
    Guitar – Herb Ellis
    Piano – Oscar Peterson
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Getz*
    Bass – Ray Brown
    Ensemble – The Oscar Peterson Trio
    Guitar – Herb Ellis
    Piano – Oscar Peterson
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Getz*
    D4 Winter Moon
    Bass – George Duvivier
    Drums – Dave Bailey
    Guitar – Laurindo Almeida
    Percussion – Edison Machado, Jose Paulo, José Soorez*, Luis Parga*
    Piano – Steve Kuhn
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Almeida*
    Bass – George Duvivier
    Drums – Dave Bailey
    Guitar – Laurindo Almeida
    Percussion – Edison Machado, Jose Paulo, José Soorez*, Luis Parga*
    Piano – Steve Kuhn
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Almeida*
    D5 It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
    Bass – Ray Brown
    Drums – Max Roach
    Guitar – Herb Ellis
    Piano – Oscar Peterson
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Trumpet – Dizzy Gillespie
    Written-By – Ellington*, Mills*
    Bass – Ray Brown
    Drums – Max Roach
    Guitar – Herb Ellis
    Piano – Oscar Peterson
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Trumpet – Dizzy Gillespie
    Written-By – Ellington*, Mills*
    E1 Alfie
    Bass – Walter Booker
    Conductor [Orchestra] – Richard Evans (2)
    Drums – Curtis Prince, Roy Haynes
    Guitar – Phil Upchurch
    Orchestra – Unknown Artist
    Piano – Chick Corea
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Bacharach - David*
    Bass – Walter Booker
    Conductor [Orchestra] – Richard Evans (2)
    Drums – Curtis Prince, Roy Haynes
    Guitar – Phil Upchurch
    Orchestra – Unknown Artist
    Piano – Chick Corea
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Bacharach - David*
    E2 I Want To Be Happy
    Bass – Ray Brown
    Ensemble – The Oscar Peterson Trio
    Guitar – Herb Ellis
    Piano – Oscar Peterson
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Caesar*, Youmans*
    Bass – Ray Brown
    Ensemble – The Oscar Peterson Trio
    Guitar – Herb Ellis
    Piano – Oscar Peterson
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Caesar*, Youmans*
    E3 The Girl From Ipanema
    Bass – Sebastião*
    Guitar, Vocals – João Gilberto
    Percussion – Milton Banana
    Piano – Antonio Carlos Jobim
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Jobim*, Gimbel*, De Moraes*
    Bass – Sebastião*
    Guitar, Vocals – João Gilberto
    Percussion – Milton Banana
    Piano – Antonio Carlos Jobim
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Jobim*, Gimbel*, De Moraes*
    E4 Grandfather's Waltz
    Bass – Ron Carter
    Drums – Elvin Jones
    Piano – Bill Evans
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Lees*, Farnlof*
    Bass – Ron Carter
    Drums – Elvin Jones
    Piano – Bill Evans
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Lees*, Farnlof*
    E5 Doralice
    Bass – Sebastião*
    Guitar, Vocals – João Gilberto
    Percussion – Milton Banana
    Piano – Antonio Carlos Jobim
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Almeida*, Caymmi*
    Bass – Sebastião*
    Guitar, Vocals – João Gilberto
    Percussion – Milton Banana
    Piano – Antonio Carlos Jobim
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Almeida*, Caymmi*
    E6 Here's That Rainy Day
    Bass – Gene Cherico
    Drums – Joe Hunt
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Vibraphone – Gary Burton
    Written-By – Burke - Van Heusen*
    Bass – Gene Cherico
    Drums – Joe Hunt
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Vibraphone – Gary Burton
    Written-By – Burke - Van Heusen*
    F1 The Look Of Love
    Arranged By, Conductor – Claus Ogerman
    Bass – Walter Booker
    Drums – Curtis Prince, Roy Haynes
    Guitar – Phil Upchurch
    Piano – Chick Corea
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Bacharach And David
    Arranged By, Conductor – Claus Ogerman
    Bass – Walter Booker
    Drums – Curtis Prince, Roy Haynes
    Guitar – Phil Upchurch
    Piano – Chick Corea
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Bacharach And David
    F2 I Was Doing Alright
    Bass – Ray Brown
    Ensemble – The Oscar Peterson Trio
    Guitar – Herb Ellis
    Piano – Oscar Peterson
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – George & Ira Gershwin
    Bass – Ray Brown
    Ensemble – The Oscar Peterson Trio
    Guitar – Herb Ellis
    Piano – Oscar Peterson
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – George & Ira Gershwin
    F3 Bim Bom
    Alto Flute – Ed Caine*
    Arranged By [Orchestra], Conductor – Gary McFarland
    Bass – Tommy Williams (3)
    Bass Clarinet – Romeo Penque
    Bass Trombone – Tony Studd
    Clarinet – Babe Clark, Ray Beckenstein
    Drums – Johnny Rae
    Flugelhorn [Fluegelhorn] – Clark Terry
    Flute – Gerald Sanfino
    French Horn – Ray Alonge
    Guitar – Jim Hall
    Percussion – Carmen Costa, Jose Paulo
    Piano – Hank Jones
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Trumpet – Bernie Glow, Doc Severinsen
    Valve Trombone – Bob Brookmeyer
    Written-By – Gilberto*
    Alto Flute – Ed Caine*
    Arranged By [Orchestra], Conductor – Gary McFarland
    Bass – Tommy Williams (3)
    Bass Clarinet – Romeo Penque
    Bass Trombone – Tony Studd
    Clarinet – Babe Clark, Ray Beckenstein
    Drums – Johnny Rae
    Flugelhorn [Fluegelhorn] – Clark Terry
    Flute – Gerald Sanfino
    French Horn – Ray Alonge
    Guitar – Jim Hall
    Percussion – Carmen Costa, Jose Paulo
    Piano – Hank Jones
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Trumpet – Bernie Glow, Doc Severinsen
    Valve Trombone – Bob Brookmeyer
    Written-By – Gilberto*
    F4 Sweet Rain
    Bass – Ron Carter
    Drums – Grady Tate
    Piano – Chick Corea
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Gibbs*
    Bass – Ron Carter
    Drums – Grady Tate
    Piano – Chick Corea
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Gibbs*
    F5 Ballade
    Baritone Saxophone – Gerry Mulligan
    Bass – Ray Brown
    Drums – Stan Levey
    Piano – Lou Levy
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Gerry Mulligan
    Baritone Saxophone – Gerry Mulligan
    Bass – Ray Brown
    Drums – Stan Levey
    Piano – Lou Levy
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Written-By – Gerry Mulligan
    F6 A Summer Afternoon
    Bass – John Neves
    Cello – Bruce Rogers
    Drums – Roy Haynes
    Orchestra – Hershey Kay And His Orchestra*
    Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
    Viola – Jacob Glick
    Violin – Alan Martin, Gerald Tarack
    Written-By, Arranged By – Sauter*
     
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  3. ILovethebassclarinet

    ILovethebassclarinet Forum Resident

    Location:
    East Lansing, MI
    Now playing: Lee Collins – A Night At The Victory Club (1974, Vinyl)

    I read Collins' book about New Orleans music and musicians years before I was able to hear any of his music. A contemporary of Armstrong (1901), this is live (in 1951) from the Victory Club his base for most of the '50s, at "644 N. Clark St., near Erie" in Chicago.

     
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  4. J.A.W.

    J.A.W. Music Addict

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  5. ILovethebassclarinet

    ILovethebassclarinet Forum Resident

    Location:
    East Lansing, MI
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  6. ILovethebassclarinet

    ILovethebassclarinet Forum Resident

    Location:
    East Lansing, MI
  7. Aggie87

    Aggie87 Gig 'Em!

    Location:
    Medford, NJ
    Michael Schrieve - Fascination

    ...interesting to hear Bill Frisell in an organ trio setting.

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  8. Prestige (Twofer) PR 24016 - Gerry Mulligan / Chet Baker " Mulligan Baker" - compilation rec. 1951 to 1965 - Engineer (remastering): Rudy Van Gelder

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  9. bresna

    bresna Senior Member

    Location:
    York, Maine
    I rearranged some vinyl today and pulled out an old Mosaic that I bet I played once - Gerry Mulligan - The Emarcy Sextet Recordings. Playing LP2 now. Nice, if polite Jazz. No fireworks here, which is probably why it got labeled "cool jazz" by the critics of the day. I really never got Mosaic's intention with these covers though. A badly aligned typewriter? Make it look like a boot? X-Files? :)
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  10. These are IMO the Sextet recordings with Brookmeyer & Sims. Highly recommended.
    Is there an LP list in the booklet?
    Thanks
     
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  12. ILovethebassclarinet

    ILovethebassclarinet Forum Resident

    Location:
    East Lansing, MI
  13. bresna

    bresna Senior Member

    Location:
    York, Maine
    Yes. The LPs are as follows: The Gerry Mulligan Sextet (Emarcy MG 36056), Mainstream of Jazz (Emarcy MG 36101), A Profile of Gerry Mulligan (Mercury MG 20453), Mainstream of Jazz Vol. 2 (Mercury 159J-35) and Mainstream of Jazz Vol. 3 (Mercury 159J-36).
     
  14. Great Info. All vinyls here. So I didnt miss something. This sextet is among my favorite Mulligan groups
    Thanks.
     
  15. Bradd

    Bradd Now’s The Time

    Location:
    Chester, NJ
    Not many copies of these around in the secondary market and none under $200.
     
  16. dennis the menace

    dennis the menace Forum Veteran

    Location:
    Montréal
    Teddy Edwards - Good Gravy (Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-661-2)

    I have the house to myself this evening and this is the album that starts it.

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  17. Thanks @Tribute
    So far, the series on Onyx haven't had quite the same appeal (they tend to skew earlier, more reissues/archival) but I enjoy those I have heard all the same.

    NP: Etta Jones - Hollar! (Prestige Stereo original 1963)

    First listen. Jones doesn't get the same props as Ella, Billie, et al, but was a wonderful jazz singer.
    The Prestige albums include strong players too.
    This copy turns out to be a bit crackly.
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    Hope all are enjoying their Friday.
    Just caught the series finale of The Expanse. Always sad to say goodbye to a favorite TV show.

    I see the reminder that today is the 20th anniversary of the forum. Happy anniversary. How lucky we are to have this place. I joined a year later but was lurking for the first year. Goodness, that time passed quickly.
     
  18. NP: Sonny Rollins - More from the Vanguard (Blue Note mono twofer 1975, rec. 1957)

    First listen, having upgraded a prior copy of the first volume, and compared various versions.
    Glad to hear more from these sessions. The tan twofers have become something of a compulsive must-buy.
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  19. dennis the menace

    dennis the menace Forum Veteran

    Location:
    Montréal
    Shelly Manne And His Men - At The Black Hawk Vol. 2 (Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-637-2)

    My favorite two volumes of the At The Black Hawk series are volumes 2 & 3 and both include a version of a Benny Golson composition. Volume 2 starts with a sublime take of "Step Lightly"...and just goes on from there. Essential.

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  20. Levi's Tubs

    Levi's Tubs Less cool than West Coast

    Picked up the Modern Harmonic Kevin Gray cut of this one. Terrific. THIS is what I want from Szabo. I wish he would have played straight more on Impulse and did less of the syrupy variety show singers pop songs.

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  21. mwheelerk

    mwheelerk Believe In Music

    Location:
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    I am just really on a roll of bargain bin hunting...

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    Sandy Owen – Boogie Woogie Rhythm And Blues

    Label: Ivory Records (4) – IRD9188
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Country: US
    Released: 1987
    Genre: Jazz
     
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  22. dennis the menace

    dennis the menace Forum Veteran

    Location:
    Montréal
    John Coltrane - Coltrane Plays The Blues (Atlantic Jazz WPCR-27304)

    My daily dose of Coltrane.

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  23. headtheory

    headtheory Forum Resident

    Location:
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    Some folks over in the Tone Poet thread were talking about this record, and like many of you, whenever someone mentions something you haven't heard, you need to listen to it—and often buy it—immediately. Lucky for me, I was already ordering a few things from Japan, and this was the second thing on my turntable since my package arrived. And let me tell you, this is just a home run from the start with the Trio's perfect rendition of Caravan. Shouldn't be surprised with these three, but I admit I was with how good they sounded together.
     
  24. dennis the menace

    dennis the menace Forum Veteran

    Location:
    Montréal
    Great session !!!
     
  25. dennis the menace

    dennis the menace Forum Veteran

    Location:
    Montréal
    Thelonious Monk - Misterioso (Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-206-2)

    One of the best live recording from Monk. Johnny Griffin is on fire and Roy Haynes is proving once again he's one of the best.

    Perfect way to close a perfect evening.

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