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THE HORACE SILVER QUINTET AND TRIO / BLOWIN' THE BLUES AWAY / BLUE NOTE / 1959 / US FIRST MONO PRESSING BN 4017 LP
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Tommy Flanagan, John Coltrane, Kenny Burrell, Idrees Sulieman - The Cats
Alluring performances from Flanagan.
Found another djangologie in the bargains. This one is a 14 track clarinet special!
djangologie 11  - Django Reinhardt (EMI/Pathe) CD
Noel Chiboust Et Son Orchestre (1 track), Hubert Rostaing-Aime Barelli Et Leur Orchestre (2 tracks), Django Et Le Quintette Du Hot Club De France (11 tracks)
There is an excellent sound on these 1940 recordings. The first track features Noel Chiboust on clarinet. The other 13 tracks feature the clarinet playing of Hubert Rostaing.
I like the way that somebody at the record company's art department was thinking literally! Brilliant.
(LP Blue Note Mono BLP 4179) 1965 .... recorded August 5th, 1964 @ Van Gelder Studios. Englewood Cliffs .... Jackie McLean (as) + Charles Tolliver (tp) + Herbie Hancock (p) + Cecil McBee (b) + Roy Haynes (dr) .... again the near perfect McLean + Tolliver (what an underrated trumpet player !!) frontline and the "back end " aka McBee + Haynes also no relapse .... beautiful sounding original mono release (part of bunch of mint Blue Note mono platters I was lucky enough to inherit a couple of years ago) ....
(LP Blue Note Liberty Press Blue White Label Stereo BST-84273) 1967 .... recorded on October 9th, 1967 @ Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs .... Hank Mobley (ts) + Jackie McLean (as) + Blue Mitchell (tp) + John Hicks (p) + Bob Cranshaw (b) + Billy Higgins (dr) .... Hank Mobley at his best in the 60`s and John Hicks bursting with joy + virtuosity turn this one into an undisputed winner ....
One Night In Indy - Wes Montgomery (Resonance) CD
featuring The Eddie Higgins Trio
Only catching up with this 2016 release now. Maybe not the most essential of his Resonance albums but I like it, and it is without doubt a worthy addition to the Wes Montgomery discography.
Jackie McLean's best album (that's saying something, but all imo of course) and how I wish to own an original copy one day (mono or stereo, I don't care). I have the Connoisseur CD and while not sounding bad, it's a tad bright. My father has the original Mono, too, and it sounds really great.
That's a great deal you made there. I paid a lot more.
+1 here. Great start to the Tone Poet series!
From the 20 CD Box JAZZ from America ON disques vogue (Sony Music/Legacy)
ORIGINATORS OF MODERN JAZZ - Various Artists (Vogue) 10"
Tracks 1-2 Dizzy Gillespie Jazzmen
Track 3 Charlie Parker Quintet
Track 4 Fats Navarro
Track 5 Red Norvo & His Selected Sextet (Comet/Black & White/Dial)
Track 6 Hank Jones Quintet
Track 7 Charlie Parker Quintet
Track 8 Howard McGhee
A DATE WITH...Vol. 1 - James Moody Sextet/Orchestra (Vogue) 10"
Tracks 9-16 James Moody Sextet/Orchestra
A DATE WITH...Vol. 2 - Various Artists (Vogue) 10"
Tracks 17-20 Buck Clayton
Tracks 21-22 Hot Lips Page
& finishing off with two tracks not on any of the 10" albums....
Tracks 23-24 Howard McGhee Sextet (7" Jazz-Disques)
All music recorded 1945-1948
A 24 track CD that includes 3 full Vogue 10" albums, all licensed from Dial, plus two sides of a Howard McGhee Sextet 7" single originally issued on Vogue. A bucketful of special Jazz recordings from the 40s, and a collectors delight!
(LP CBS "Contemporary Master Series" Dutch Press CBS-88626) 1983 .... thereof the performance recorded July 14th. 1964 @ Kohseinenkin Hall Shinjuku, Tokyo .... Miles Davis (tp) + Sam Rivers (ts) + Herbie Hancock (p) + Ron Carter (b) + Tony Williams (dr) .... although the stint of Sam Rivers with the Miles Davis 5tet was of short duration some memorable music was crafted and both musicians - obviously on the verge to embark on different journeys - sound positively challenged through their contrasting approach .... released as double LP (together with "Miles In Berlin") this dead silent dutch CBS vinyl press from 1983 has outstanding sound .... btw really dig the cover art of this CBS "Contemporary Masters Series" ....
Art Blakey & Thelonious Monk In Walked Bud Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers W 1957
Another disc from the 20 CD Box JAZZ from America ON disques vogue (Sony Music/Legacy)
Erroll Garner Trio Vol. 1 - Erroll Garner Trio (Vogue/Deuces) 10"
Erroll Garner Trio Vol. 2 - Erroll Garner Trio (Vogue/Roost) 10"
Both sides of an Errol Garner (solo piano) single issued on Jazz-Disques in 1948
10" albums are dated 1949 and 1950. Sound quality throughout is not the best, but this CD compilation is still a pleasant enough listen.
(LP Impulse! Nippon Columbia Japan YP 8573AI) 1976 .... recorded September 26th, 1962 .... John Coltrane (ts, ss) + Duke Ellington (p) + Jimmy Garrison/Aaron Bell (b) + Elvin Jones/Sammy Woodyard (dr) .... for quite some time a recording which didn`t move me a lot but in recent year this platter is slowly crawling into my heart - mellowness of age (?) ....
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Jimmy McGriff - Soul Sugar
She's a fantastic young pianist who has a few other albums out, but this one, her latest, is her best. Both innovative and classic. If you like piano based jazz , definitely check this one out.
(LP Mercury Nippon Columbia SFX-10547(M)) 1977 .... recorded February 23rd - 25th, 1955 @ New York .... Clifford Brown (tp) + Harold Land (tp) + Richie Powell (p) + George Morrow (b) + Max Roach (dr) .... outstanding session standing proof for both the unparalleled talents of Clifford Brown and sheer tenorsax sound of Harold Land .... as good as it gets ....
Hampton Hawes For Real!
It's there for me, as was the last one you couldn't see, if that's any help
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