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Today's JAZZ playlist

Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by savv, Jan 28, 2006.

  1. FOH Engineer

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    The Jazz Crusaders At The Lighthouse
     
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    Good stuff! Love that Gildo Mahones is on this one...
     
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    Lennie Niehaus ‎– Vol. 1: The Quintets

    Alto Saxophone– Lennie Niehaus
    Baritone Saxophone – Bob Gordon
    Bass – Monty Budwig
    Drums – Shelly Manne
    Tenor Saxophone – Jack Montrose

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    Steve Lacy ‎– Soprano Sax

    Bass – Buell Neidlinger
    Design – Marc Rice
    Drums – Dennis Charles
    Piano – Wynton Kelly
    Soprano Saxophone – Steve Lacy

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  7. tomcatmixd

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    Sonny Rollins
    A Night At The Village Vanguard
    (complete)
    Recorded live (Village Vanguard, New York City) 1957
    Released (Blue Note LP) 1957
    Expanded/remastered (Blue Note RVG Edition CDx2) 1999
    DR=12

    Disc Two:
    Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone)
    Wilbur Ware (bass)
    Elvin Jones (drums)

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    Jon Balke, Per Jørgensen, Audun Kleive - On And On
     
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    Is this a recent reissue?
     
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    1975 Japan, mono reissue.

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    1965 US, mono.

    Sounds fantastic, late in the night with the sound of rain outside.

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    Thanks. I didn't include a photo, though.

    More reason I need to get to Hawaii at some point, although I'd likely need to bring an extra bag and packing material to bring back albums.

    But I didn't know those Yonge street shops had closed. I was last in Toronto in the late 90s, so learning those places are gone does sting.

    The closest shop to me has far more records than can be organized in its space, so it's astoundingly disorganized, and the albums are usually priced fairly low. The jazz section consists of two large boxes on the floor in the back which are mostly filled with Chuck Mangione and Spyro Gyra records, but occasionally I find something interesting, like a Columbia six-eye pressing of Lambert, Hendricks and Ross for $2. I've had better luck in the "just in" section, although finding a grouping of jazz leads me to wonder who the previous owner was.

    Another place about 45 minutes away has a much better jazz selection with large $1-$5 bins, but most of the better known albums are priced from $10-$50. Last time I was there I considered a $30 Mingus x5 for a while before putting it back and just going with a couple Ahmad Jamal and a Basie/Ellington albums found in the bargain section.
     
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    Sharkey & His Kings Of Dixieland
    Sharkey Bonano

    Ray

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    Julian Lage Group - Gladwell
     
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    Kendrick Scott - Reverence
     
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  17. BillyBatts

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    Yes. If you get to Oahu, you must stop at Hungry Ear records. And while there, do chat with the owner if he is in the shop. He's a great guy. He'd love to talk Jazz with you.... or ANY kind of music. Fair warning. I go there expecting to drop maybe $50 on the high side, and typically I spend well over a C note. Well over. The offerings are just THAT good. I predict you would be flying home with plenty of goodies in your suitcase.

    The demise of "Sam The Record Man" and "A&A" on Yonge really slayed me. I honestly would go to Toronto with these stores on the top of my reason for traveling. I can't tell you the number of times I was in Buffalo, NY on business and ran to Toronto for the day just to go to these two amazing stores. The good news is that gentlemen like you and I have the MEMORY of these stores because we were actually there. That alone is a blessing. It's like my parents (RIP) actually being at "Birdland" and seeing Charlie Parker or Miles Davis play IN PERSON. They had those memories and that is 90 percent of the gift of life.

    Aloha!
    -Billy
     
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  18. BillyBatts

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    I went through a period about 3 years ago or more where I was really into West Coast Cool Jazz. I haven't really played it too much recently. I have to get back on that Left Coast Band Wagon. Slacker has a station (as most streaming services do) called Cool Jazz that is rich in the West Coast Vibe. I'll have to put that on.
     
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  19. BillyBatts

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    Woke up ultra early this morning. Just after 3:00 AM here. Putting on some "Jazz for sleeping" via Amazon Prime Music and going back to bed.

    See you gents in 3 or 4 hours when I wake up at a "proper" time.
     
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    Cannonball Adderly Quintet ~ In Chicago ~ Mercury ~ SR 60134 (vinyl) 1959 (aka Cannonball and Coltrane)

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