The Jazz Beat

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

  1. Soulpope

    Soulpope Common one

    Location:
    Vienna, Austria
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    (CD Columbia Legacy Austrian Press CK 513357) 2003 .... recorded between January 29th and March 9th, 1964 @ New York .... Charlie Rouse (ts) + Thelonious Monk (p) + Butch Warren (b) + Ben Riley (dr) .... working week is over and the expanded 60`s Thelonious Monk classic lounging near our CDplayer - no need to hesitate .... always surprising how stimulating this music still - is after all these years ....
     
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  2. dZp

    dZp Forum Resident

    Location:
    Herts, UK
    Sonny Stitt, Freddie Green, Hank Jones, Shadow Wilson, Wendell Marshall – Sonny Stitt Plays (1956)

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  3. dZp

    dZp Forum Resident

    Location:
    Herts, UK
    John Coltrane, Elvin Jones, Jimmy Garrison,McCoy Tyner – Crescent (1964)

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  4. Mugrug12

    Mugrug12 nothing gold can stay

    Location:
    SF
    Red Lanta by Arte Lange and Jan Garbarek

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  5. Bobby Buckshot

    Bobby Buckshot Heavy on the grease please

    Location:
    Southeastern US
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    Sonny Rollins ‎– What's New?
    Recording dates, all in NYC:
    April 5 & 25-26, 1962 and May 14, 1962

    Listening via the RCA/Victor box set which has good sound. Music is excellent - Sonny's playing is top notch.
     
  6. J.A.W.

    J.A.W. Music Addict

    I'm a bit surprised by your remark about the sound of this box. I got it many years ago but sold it because the noise reduction bothered me.
     
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  7. Bobby Buckshot

    Bobby Buckshot Heavy on the grease please

    Location:
    Southeastern US
    This one?

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    Sonny Rollins ‎– The Complete RCA Victor Recordings
    Label: RCA Victor ‎– 09026-68675-2, BMG Classics ‎– 09026-68675-2

    I just started listening but haven't noticed a heavy-handed noise-reduction and usually I'm sensitive to things like that. I've gotten rid of my share of CDs due to it...
     
  8. J.A.W.

    J.A.W. Music Addict

    Yes, that's the one; the only one as far as I know. It's been years since I sold it, but don't the booklet's credits say something about noise "management"/processing or is my memory playing tricks with me?
     
  9. Bobby Buckshot

    Bobby Buckshot Heavy on the grease please

    Location:
    Southeastern US
    Admittedly I'm really bad about not reading liner notes/box set booklets these days. I separated the CDs out from the box, so need to retrieve it. I'll check the notes over the weekend and report back.
     
  10. J.A.W.

    J.A.W. Music Addict

    The Paul Desmond complete RCA set does have (mild) noise reduction as a friend of mine confirmed a couple of years ago. I decided to keep the Mosaic even though it omitted a track.
     
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  11. Just a new one in the house
    Blue Note 84186 "The Turnaround! - Hank Mobley"


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  12. One of the best Cool Jazz LP's I know in the Lennie Tristano tradition and have in my collection

    Vanguard Records International - reissued by King Record Co., Japan GXC 3121Ⓜ - recorded November 26, 1956
    Featuring
    Ted Brown (ts) / Warne Marsh (ts) / Art Pepper (as) / Ronnie Ball (p) / Ben Tucker (b) / Jeff Morton (dr)

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  13. Jackie P

    Jackie P Music Is My Occupation

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    Dub Lane
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    LOST TAPES | THE GERMAN RECORDINGS 1952-1955 JUTTA HIPP (Jazz Haus) CD

    Bass – Harry Schell / Franz "Shorty" Roeder
    Drums – Karl Sanner / Rudi Sehring
    Guitar –
    Attila Zoller
    Piano –
    Jutta Hipp
    Tenor Saxophone – Hans Koller / Joki Freund
    Trombone – Albert Mangelsdorff


    17 rare selections recorded at four live studio sessions from 1952-1955. The CD is housed in a triple gate-fold cardboard digipak sleeve with notes giving a brief history on the life of Jutta Hipp - printed in English and German.

    A pleasant, laid back, low key album.
     
  14. yasujiro

    yasujiro Forum Resident

    Location:
    tokyo
    Recorded onto a four track analog deck with four mics by the bassist, this is a very lovely recording and the CD sounds very good.
    It would be nice if the Mosaic set includes the Artist House material.
     
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  15. Cactus Bob

    Cactus Bob << Desert Rat >>

    Location:
    Arizona
    Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen Quartet
    Dancing on the Tables
    SteepleChase Promo, 1979

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  16. Mugrug12

    Mugrug12 nothing gold can stay

    Location:
    SF
    Embarrassing iPhone autocorrect action

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  17. Cactus Bob

    Cactus Bob << Desert Rat >>

    Location:
    Arizona
    The Miroslav Vitous Group
    ECM, 1980

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  18. caio vaz

    caio vaz Forum Resident

    Location:
    Brasil
    Vince Guaraldi and Bola Sete and friends, Uruguay
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  19. Cactus Bob

    Cactus Bob << Desert Rat >>

    Location:
    Arizona
    Oregon ~ Distant Hills
    Vanguard, 1973

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  20. Interesting. I missed this one. Is there a recording date available?
     
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  21. I really like this one. Thre group is not often seen here.
     
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  22. caio vaz

    caio vaz Forum Resident

    Location:
    Brasil
    Friend, i cant find the real year for this version.. but i belive it is late 60s or 70s, because the vinyl isnt that "strong' as the early 60s ones.
     
  23. caio vaz

    caio vaz Forum Resident

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    Brasil
    Stan getz- plays, Br 50s
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  24. yasujiro

    yasujiro Forum Resident

    Location:
    tokyo
    A Life In Jazz, a biography of Stan Getz translated by Haruki Murakami was just published in Japan and gathers great attention.

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  25. yasujiro

    yasujiro Forum Resident

    Location:
    tokyo
    I’m now listening to the radio program hosted by Yoshihide Otomo.
    He plays Whatever Lola Wants from Face To Face by Babyface after introducing a episode with John Zorn who said to Otomo that ‘Otomo-kun, you must hear this'.
     
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