The Jazz Beat

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

  1. Jackie P

    Jackie P Music Is My Occupation

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    JUTTA HIPP with zoot sims (Blue Note) CD
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    Jerry Lloyd (trumpet), Zoot Sims (tenor sax), Jutta Hipp (piano), Ahmed Abdul-Malik (bass), Ed Thigpen (drums)

    Recorded 1956. The 24-bit CD was remastered by RVG in 2007 and included two extra tracks not included on the original LP.

    An interesting 8 track CD with one composition credited to trumpeter Jerry Lloyd, one to Zoot Sims and the other 6 are covers.
     
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  2. hbbfam

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  3. caio vaz

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    Art blakey and jazz messengers- Br 80s
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  4. dZp

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    Chico Freeman, Billy Hart, Cecil McBee, Don Moye, Jay Hoggard, John Hicks – Spirit Sensitive (1979)

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  5. Original issue on Columbia CL 897 recorded April 5, 1956 and later reissued in Europe on the Philips label B 022 L
    It was also reissued on CD - "Ecaroh" is my favorite tume on this one.

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  6. Original Norgran MG N 1042
    Recorded December 12, 1952 "StanGetz Plays" (Jimmy Raney / Duke Jordan/Frank Isola / Bill Crow)
    Excellent LP I very much like.
     
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  7. caio vaz

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    I love this album! His creative solos are on peak, sounds very romantic and with a perfect tone
     
  8. caio vaz

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    I like Nicas dream and End of a love affair the most
     
  9. To close the day

    Japanese reissue from 1992 of Bethlehem "Kai Winding and J.J. Johnson - East Coast Series No. 7"

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  10. fingerpoppin

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  11. jbg

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  12. caio vaz

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    MJQ- concorde, USA 50s
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  13. yasujiro

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    NP: Barney Wilen - Le Grande Cirque
    Recorded live by Alain Cluzeau in 1992, this is a fine sounding CD.
    The label, Wan +Wan is completely obscure, perhaps a pseudonym of nato?

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  14. yasujiro

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    Jon Gordon’s album ‘Answer’ was recorded at Rudy Van Gelder Studio on December 2018.
    The artist is unfamiliar to me. The recording engineer is not known.
    Anyone has any information on the recording?

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  15. Jon Gordon
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    Saxophonist.
    Born in 1966 in New York, U.S.
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  16. Re: Jutta HIPP
    Have the LP. What are the 2 extra tracks?
    Thanks
     
  17. yasujiro

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    It seems that the Sickler’s., who have supported Rudy for many years, runs the studio now.
    Pleased to know that the studio is active.
     
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  18. More Jay & Kai on the sunday morning

    " Trombone For Two" - Philips B 07110 L - recorded June 23, 1955

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  19. cds23

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    Unless noise reduction is applied only to remove the nastiest noises that would bother even the most purist of all audiophiles, it has to be avoided at all cost in my opinion (and I can't think of one instance where this kind of noise has ever occured or interfered with transferring a tape to digital of the top of my head) . It's almost always noticeable. When plain tape noise is considered "bad noise", you know what your dealing with.

    The Desmond / Hall Mosaic sounds very good to my ears, well worth losing one track!
     
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  20. For the sunday afternoon

    Columbia FC 44436 Supersax "Stonebird" - Engineer: Mauti Lathower - Arranger: Med Flory - Ⓒ 1988 CBS Records Inc.

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  21. And a firework for the evening

    Stan Kenton " Cuban Fire!" - Capitol SM-11794 - composed & arranged by Johnny Richards

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  22. SJR

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    Monday Miles . . .

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    1967/2014 Columbia ‎– CS 9401
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  23. Jackie P

    Jackie P Music Is My Occupation

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    Track 7 - These Foolish Things (Marvell-Strachey-Link) 6.10
    Track 8 - 'S Wonderful (G. Gerswhin - I. Gerswhin) 5.54

    (and very good they are too!)

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  24. Jackie P

    Jackie P Music Is My Occupation

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    The Very Thought Of You - Putte Wickman & Red Mitchell (Dragon) CD

    Recorded 1987-1988 in Red Mitchell's apartment, Stockholm. Digital remastering by Torbjorn Samuelsson


    An excellent sounding clarinet led album with (previously unknown to me) Putte Wickman on clarinet accompanied by Red Mitchell on bass. Red also plays piano on three pieces. Playing time is just shy of 68 minutes.

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