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CLIFFORD JORDAN / IN THE WORLD / STRATA-EAST / 1969 / US FIRST STEREO PRESSING SES-1972 1
Bill Frisell – Music For The Films Of Buster Keaton: The High Sign/One Week
Elektra Nonesuch – 7559-79351-2
Jazz, Stage & Screen
SMOKIN' AT THE HALF NOTE - WYNTON KELLY TRIO / WES MONTGOMERY (Verve|Master Edition) CD
Tracks 1-5 originally issued on Verve LP Smokin' At The Half Note
Tracks 6-11 originally issued on Verve LP Willow Weep For Me (although on the original LP tracks 6, 7, 9 and 10 were released with overdubbed orchestra). All tracks are dated 1965. The CD master edition version is issued in triple gatefold digipak & was re-mastered by Bob Irwin & Kip Smith at Sundazed Studios, Coxsackie, NY.
*According to information on the back sleeve "This (Master Edition) re-issue includes several tracks left off the original LP, four of which were later released on the Grammy-winning Willow Weep For Me with overdubbed strings and brass but here are restored to their bare-bones glory-pure, straight-ahead, unadulterated Wes Mongomery."
Willow Weep For Me (with the Claus Ogerman overdubbed strings) was recently re-issued by Verve in a cardboard gate-fold sleeve.
Looking it up on CDJapan the answer is yes.
Cool!. IMO one of Duke pure essentials.
Agreed. A fascinating session.
Re: Wes Montgomery
Avery interesting Information to have these tracks "pure" and with the strings overdubbed. Never heard about such processings to issue the basic tracks.
I know of a Pacific Jazz Jim Hall Trio with overdubbed drums in the reissue. I own the latter version.
Andrew Hill, Booker Ervin, Freddie Waits, Lee Morgan, Ron Carter – Grass Roots (1968)
Jazz Classics [continued] - the final portion
a) Vol. 13 "Strictly Bebop" on Capitol M-11059" with
- Tadd Dameron & His Orchestra - recorded AQpril 21, 1945
- Babs Gonzales & His Orchestra - rec orded Jan. to March 1949
- Dizzy Gillesüie & His Orchestra - recorded November 1949 & January 10, 1950
b) Vol 14. "Crosscurrents" on dutch Capitol 5C.052.80 853
- The Lennie Tristano Sextet from March & Mai, 1949
- Buddy DeFranco & His Orchestra / BuddyDeFranco Sxtet from April 23 and August 24, 1949
- Bill Harris & His Orchestra from November 2,. 1949
c) Vol. 15. "Bebop Spoken Here" on Capitol M-11061 with
- Benny Goodman & His Orchestra from June 12, 1944 + February to October, 1949
- Benny Goodman Septet from September 1948 + April 1949
- Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra from February to August 1949 (with the great tune "Claude Reigns")
Volume 12 "Piano Reflections" by Duke Ellington is missing here [but on order].
I add a scan from Discogs for Information
A very valuable series from CAPITOL worth to have and the sound quality for these
recordings is astonishing good. Havent seen them on CD.
BENNY BAILEY SEXTET / SOUL EYES - JAZZ LIVE AT THE DOMICILE MUNICH / SABA / 1968 / GERMAN FIRST STEREO PRESSING SB 15 158 ST LP
A nice "on the spot" cover foto.
Cool cover photo.
Edit- oops I've of course been beaten to breakfast.
You are welcome
Inspired by cds23's beautiful photos, here are some ugly photos!
Monday Miles . . .
1968/2014 Columbia – 88883731631, Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab – MFSL 2-436
2 × Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, Reissue, Remastered
Those Japan 75th SHM-CD's sound fantastic! This is one of my favorite Andrew Hill albums, and the bonus tracks on this edition are exceptional.
I love this album. And Time and Time Again. And Lost in a Dream (which I'm currently playing). Wish any of them would be released on vinyl.
THE BRASS ORCHESTRA - J. J. JOHNSON (Verve) CD
J. J. Johnson / Miles Davis / Robin Eubanks / Jimmy Heath / Slide Hampton & Dimitri Tiomkin
J. J. Johnson / Robin Eubanks / Robert Farnon & Slide Hampton
Recorded 1996. CD mastered by Allan Tucker and issued by Polygram in 1997.
J.J. Johnson, The Brass Orchestra - The Brass Orchestra
An very rewarding album that I find myself returning to again and again.
Marlowe Morris - Play The Thing
via Mosaic Records Columbia Small Group Swing Sessions 1953 - 62
Disc 5 trks 1 to 11, sessions (J), (K) & (L)
Marlowe Morris, organ; Buddy Tate, tenor sax; Buck Clayton, trumpet; Edmond Hall, clarinet;
Mathew Gee, trombone; Jo Jones, drums/ Gus Johnson, drums; Ray Barretto, bongos
I found that there is no recording of Ceil Taylor out there until Nailed, which was recorded in 1990, in which CT played with sax, bass and drums (as quartet) throughout the whole album. This is the first and maybe the last.
Still digging this jazz-fusion-funk monster . . .
1971/(1972)/2019 Blue Note – 7759664, Blue Note – BST 84380
Blue Note 80 Vinyl Reissue Series – KPG@CA
Keeping it funky with this great Tone Poet release . . .
1967/2019 Blue Note – B0029677-01, Blue Note – BST 84271
Blue Note Tone Poet Series – KPG@CA
Final jazz-funk for tonight . . .
1969/2019 Antarctica Starts Here – ASH301
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