Today's JAZZ playlist

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  1. albowlly

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    Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers - The Freedom Rider
    Blue Note '64
     
  2. arclight73

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    Found it on Spotify. Playing now. :)
     
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    The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Jazz Impressions of Japan
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  5. BassKulcha

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    More Bud this evening. I love the intimate feeling of the Parisian trio with Kenny Clarke and Pierre Michelot, though the canned applause at the end of the tracks is a little awkward...

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    Modern Jazz Quartet Fontessa.jpg

    MJQ Fontessa, a 1956 release-based on the label this reissue is from the mid to late 70s.
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    PS. a Discogs pic because I'm mislaid my phone.
     
  7. arclight73

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    Just finished. That was a great album. :thumbsup:
     
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  8. jgannon

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    Oh yeah. Have you ever heard his "Feeling Is Believing" album? Some of what he does on that reminds me some of the things on the "Ready Take One" recording. It's a great LP.

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    Monk Riverside Compilations.JPG

    The Compositions of T Monk
    Riverside 93503, a 1962 release
    Things are picking up on a Riverside issue with their stars playing Monk compositions. The cover painting is an ODD choice. But then, I'm not in Marketing, A&R, etc... I was only on the retail end.
     
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    Jack Teagarden: Mis'ry And The Blues
     
  11. DC

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    No albums or pics to post so far tonight...been listening to a local Jazz station all evening and they have had a kick-ass playlist tonight!
     
  12. Kingpin5

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    Excellent choice. I was casting about for some Big T, earlier. Maybe I'll come back around later.
    Jack Teagarden: Mis'ry And The Blues
     
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    Is that applause added? I always thought it was recorded live. I haven't heard the record in a long time. Great Bud on that.
     
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    Sessions Live Oscar Peterson.JPG

    Sessions, Live Oscar Peterson- Gerald Wiggins- Jane Fielding- Terry Morel, CAL 3001 1976 release. Scant and misleading notes to what appears to be a group of two sets recorded in March and April 1957.
     
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    Ralph Sutton Ruby Braff - Duet Chaz Jazz CJ 101, a late '70s or early 1980 release. Really nice record, I've just got a poor pressing. Every other CJ has been fine, this one is clean as clean can be, it is just a bad pressing.
     
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    Ralph Sutton Ruby Braff- Quartet CJ102 Chazz Jazz release 1980. This is what I had in mind.
     
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    This guy can play the piano .
     
  19. juncers

    juncers Reasonably skeptical about everything

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    Bill Evans - The Complete Village Vanguard Recordings, 1961

    Ray

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    Serge Chaloff
    Blue Serge

    Recorded (Capitol Studios, LA) 1956
    Released (Capitol LP) 1956
    Reissued (Capitol Jazz CD) 1998

    Serge Chaloff (baritone saxophone)
    Sonny Clark (piano)
    Leroy Vinnegar (bass)
    Philly Joe Jones (drums)

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