The Jazz Beat

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  1. dZp

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    Take care of that back and where/how did you view the BN film?
     
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  3. Jackie P

    Jackie P Music Is My Occupation

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    Extension - Clare Fischer Orchestra (Pacific Jazz) CD

    Alto Saxophone –
    Bud Shank / Don Shelton
    Baritone Saxophone – Jack Nimitz / John Lowe
    Bass – Bob West
    Clarinet – Ben Kantor / Don Shelton / Gary Foster / Jack Nimitz / Jerry Coker / John Lowe / Louis Ciotti
    Drums – Colin Bailey / Larry Bunker
    Flute – Bud Shank / John Lowe / Sam Most
    Horn – Fred Teuber / Richard Perissi / Vincent DeRosa
    Organ & Piano – Clare Fischer
    Piccolo Flute – John Lowe / Sam Most
    Tenor Saxophone – Gary Foster / Jerry Coker
    Trombone – Bobby Knight / Gil Falco
    Tuba – Tommy Johnson
    Vibraphone – Larry Bunker

    Recorded 1963. CD edition issued in 2012, transferred to digital 24/96 from the original three-track analog masters by EMI and Jonathan Horwich.

    A stunning album, presented in superb sound and packaged in a (slightly larger than normal CD size) gate-fold high grade glossy cardboard sleeve. There is also a pull out sheet replicating (in full size) back of the original LP cover.
     
  4. dZp

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    Thanks. I try my best!
    It's available on iTunes
     
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  5. dZp

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    Finally picked a favourite Blue Note record of mine...

    Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Joe Chambers, Reggie Workman – Adam's Apple (1966)

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    Miles Davis – Volume 1 (1952-1953)

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    Bud Powell, Art Taylor, Curtis Fuller, Paul Chambers – The Amazing Bud Powell, Vol.3 - Bud! (1957)

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  8. Affinity AFF 178 (Catalyst reissue) "The George Coleman Octet - Big George" - recorded November 2 & 3 , 1977 - engineer: Bob Blank


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  9. Antilles AN 1017 "Elements" - engineer: Rich Brownstein - recorded 1983
    Featuring
    Leader: Mark Egan (b & percussion) / Danny Gottlieb (dr & percussion) / Clifford Carter (keyb) / Bill Evans (saxophones)

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  10. Mugrug12

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    I like the quiet kenny one better as well. I have this song on one other record though which may be the orignal version. It's KD w Ernie Henry on what I think is Henry's final contemporaneous record: 2 horns/ 2 rhythm on riverside. Awesome album!
    :)
     
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  11. danomar

    danomar My spoon is too big.

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    Quiet Kenny is a unique album that exemplifies what was special about Kenny Dorham. Going Up is good but not in the same league. I have the Alto Edition version and it is very, very, very nice—probably the best version, period
     
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  12. Mugrug12

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    Is that the one to get? I have an ojc vinyl version. I can't figure out if it's from the 80s or more recent. Sounds pretty good but not amazing. I will keep an eye out for the alto thx!
    Is it in stereo? My ojc is stereo even though the orignal album was mono only. A fold down I guess...
     
  13. danomar

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    The Alto Edition is mono, and yes, it is the one to get. Alto Edition (not Alto Analogue—but Alto Analogue is also very good as long as one gets the German pressings) vinyl is the stuff of legend and rightly so. I own six Alto Editions and each represents the finest version of each album that I have heard. Quiet Kenny is an excellent use of carefully made, high quality mastering and pressing.
     
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  18. Jackie P

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    From the 8 CD Box set

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    THE COMPLETE COLUMBIA AND RCA ALBUMS COLLECTION - ART BLAKEY (Columbia|RCA Legacy)

    with 24 page booklet


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    THE JAZZ MESSENGERS (Columbia / Legacy) CD
    with
    Donald Byrd (trumpet), Hank Mobley (tenor sax), Horace Silver (piano), Doug Watkins (bass), Art Blakey (drums)

    Recorded 1956. CD edition in 24-bit mastering by Mark Wilder from original MONO tapes.


    Cardboard sleeve 12 track edition from the box set includes the original 7 tracks from the THE JAZZ MESSENGERS Columbia LP (plus the bonus track from the CD edition) plus 4 selections from the Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers ORIGINALLY Columbia LP.

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  19. Bobby Buckshot

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    Miles Davis ‎– The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions
    Label: Columbia ‎– C5K 86359, Legacy ‎– C5K 86359
    Series: Miles Davis Complete Recording Series – 7
    Format: 5 × CD, Compilation, Remastered Box Set
    Country: US
    Released: 13 Oct 2003

    Listening to Disc 3 with:
     
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  20. Wow! Thats enough for the weekend I guess! Have a good "Red One" at hand.
     
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  21. Xanadu 148 "Shorty Rogers & Art Pepper" - Recorded December 27, 1951 - Engineer: Bob Andrews


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    As I'm getting ready to clean the Blue Note 80th new release of Kenny's Una Mas on the RCM, I'll ease myself in quietly with:

    Kenny Dorham, Art Taylor, Paul Chambers, Tommy Flanagan – Quiet Kenny (1959)

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  24. Jackie P

    Jackie P Music Is My Occupation

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    From the 8 CD Box set THE COMPLETE COLUMBIA AND RCA ALBUMS COLLECTION - ART BLAKEY (Columbia/Legacy)

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    HARD BOP - THE JAZZ MESSENGERS (Columbia/Legacy) CD

    Bill Hardman (trumpet), Jackie McLean (alto sax), Sam Dockery (piano), Spanky DeBrest (bass), Art Blakey (drums)

    Recorded 1956. CD edition in 24-bit mastering by Mark Wilder from original STEREO tapes.


    Tracks 1-5 originally issued on HARD BOP (Columbia) LP.
    Tracks 6-8 originally issued on
    DRUM SUITE (Columbia) LP / Track 9 (Gerswhin Medley) originally issued on Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers ORIGINALLY (Columbia) LP
     
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