The Jazz Beat

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  1. brimuchmuze

    brimuchmuze Forum Resident

    This is a great set that I just picked up...

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    Two albums from Grachan Moncur and four from Jackie McLean,
     
  2. Jackie P

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    THE COMPLETE REMASTERED RECORDINGS ON BLACK SAINT AND SOUL NOTE - LEE KONITZ (CamJazz) 5CD

    A fine collection of albums. There is one track on Zounds that includes vocals that I could do without, but apart from that minor negative everything else zounds great!
     
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  3. Jackie P

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    NIGHT AND THE CITY - CHARLIE HADEN | KENNY BARRON (Verve) CD

    Charlie Haden (bass) & Kenny Barron (piano). Recorded live in New York 1996

    Listening once again to this wonderful album from Charlie and Kenny. This duo sure worked wonders when playing together.
     
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  4. Jackie P

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    THE SIDEWINDER - LEE MORGAN (Blue Note) CD - 1998 RVG remaster edition
    Recorded on December 21, 1963 at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. All transfers from analog to digital were made at 24-bit resolution. This edition includes one extra track - an alternate take of Totem Pole.

    Always great to listen again to some Morgan.
     
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  5. SJR

    SJR Senior Member

    Monday Miles . . .

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    1966/2014 Columbia ‎– CS 9401 (KPG@CA)
     
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  8. Don P.

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    Analogue Productions and an original copy that belonged to my mother.

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  9. SJR

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    More groovy, smokin’ jazz-funk, from Lonnie Smith Live at Club Mozambique (recorded in 1970 but shelved until 1995) — a recent Blue Note 80 release . . .

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    1970/1995/2019 Blue Note ‎– 31180
    Blue Note 80 Vinyl Reissue Series – KPG@CA
     
  10. Jackie P

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    KENNY WHEELER THE COMPLETE REMASTERED RECORDINGS ON BLACK SAINT & SOUL NOTE (5CD Box)

    I can't fault, or get enough of the all the titles is great collection!

    Main front sleeve credits are
    Disc 1 - Kenny Wheeler Quintet
    Disc 2 - Claudio Fasoli, Kenny Wheeler, J.-F. Jenny Clark, Daniel Humair
    Disc 3 - Kenny Wheeler
    Disc 4- Paolino Dalla Porta, Kenny Wheeler, Stefano Battaglia, Bill Elgart
    Disc 5 - European Music Orchestra with Kenny Wheeler & Aldo Romano
     
  11. sberger

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  13. Don P.

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  15. Don P.

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  16. psulioninks

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    Lou Donaldson - Lou Takes Off (MMBST-81591)

    Alto Saxophone - Lou Donaldson
    Bass – George Joyner
    Drums – Art Taylor
    Piano – Sonny Clark
    Trombone – Curtis Fuller
    Trumpet – Donald Byrd

    Just gave this 2LP 45 RPM Music Matters release a proper cleaning and getting ready to rip it. I've not heard this LP yet...been on my "want" list for a long time.
     
  17. Don P.

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  18. Jackie P

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    MAINSTREAM - VIC DICKENSON | JOE THOMAS (Atlantic) CD - 24-bit remaster

    Tracks 1, 2, 4 & 6 - JOE THOMAS & His All-Star Group
    Joe Thomas (trumpet), Buddy Tate (tenor saxophone), Johnny Letman (trumpet), Dickie Wells (trombone), Buster Bailey (clarinet), Herbie Nichols (piano), Everett Barksdale (guitar), Bill Pemberton (bass), Jimmy Crawford (drums).

    Tracks 3 & 5 -
    VIC DICKENSON & His All-Star Group
    Vic Dickenson (trombone), Hal Singer (tenor saxophone), Buck Clayton (trumpet), Herbie Hall (clarinet), Al Williams (piano), Danny Barker (guitar), Gene Ramey (bass), Marquis Foster (drums).

    A tasty sounding compilation of tracks that were recorded for Atlantic Records in 1958. As one reviewer puts it -
    "The music on this LP swings all the way, it is frequently exciting, and now and then attains an exceptional level of creativity."
     
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  19. Jackie P

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    From one album that features Vic to another!

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    Gentleman of the trombone - VIC DICKENSON (Storyville) CD Japanese edition issued 2017 via Solid/Ultra-Vybe
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    Vic Dickenson (trombone & vocal), Johnny Guarnieri (piano), Bill Pemberton (bass), Oliver Jackson (drums)

    Recorded 1975. Includes 3 previously un-issued performances.
    The original "Gentleman of the trombone" album was first issued in France on Mahogany LP....

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  20. Jackie P

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    Completing back to back to back titles featuring the great Vic Dickenson.

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    The Essential VIC DICKENSON (Vanguard) CD

    A cracker 10 track compilation from tracks recorded for Vanguard between 1953 & 1954
     
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  21. cds23

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    Sorry, I just saw your post:

    The stereo sounds really great, nothing like early left/right - ping/pong fake stereo (more like dual mono) releases.
     
  22. J.A.W.

    J.A.W. Music Addict

    Which record is this about?
     
  23. J.A.W.

    J.A.W. Music Addict

    Going to listen to Horace Parlan's Blue Notes, starting with Us Three (Toshiba/Blue Note Japan TOCJ-4037, 1993). Recorded on April 20, 1960 with Horace Parlan (piano), George Tucker (bass) and Al Harewood (drums).

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  24. Gagnedouze

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    Really cannot get enough of Gogo Penguin's Ocean in a Drop EP. Sublime.
     
  25. J.A.W.

    J.A.W. Music Addict

    Now, Horace Parlan's Speakin' My Piece (Audio Wave/Blue Note XRCD, 2009). Recorded on July 14, 1960 with Tommy Turrentine (trumpet), Stanley Turrentine (tenor saxophone), Horace Parlan (piano), George Tucker (bass) and Al Harewood (drums).

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