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Ron Carter - Parade
Thanks. I have not heard this album. This is the best I could do with Spotify. Looks like Telarc reissued it as a twofer. Tracks are not in the same order is the only difference I see. The vinyl looks cheap so I will be on the look out when digging.
Frank Sinatra - A Man and His Music (Disc 1)
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I suppose that, strictly speaking, there's a sense in which it's a "live recording" so long as there are no overdubs, even though there's no live audience. But the fake audience thing has been done many times before: after hearing Mingus' Stormy Weather album many times, where he's heard warning the audience not to applaud the individual solos, or even to rattle the ice in their glasses, I was pretty surprised to read that it's not really live before an audience.
Brilliant. My copy is pretty hammered, unfortunately, but I'm pretending that the ticks and pops are actually part of Mingus's eccentric plan for the rhythm section...
Louis Smith Quintet "Just Friends" - SteepleChase Music (Denmark 1978) stereo
Steve Khan - Parting Shot -
I just did a little reading and it seems that yes, the applause was added! But there seems to be a discrepancy on the date. My reissue says that the session was recorded on September 15th, 1961, whereas I also just read that was recorded in December of 1961. I gotta look into it more. But what a great date. Bud is so amazing on this record. I particularly love his versions of "Ruby My Dear" and "Monk's Mood". I love the whole album!! All this caused me to take my copy out and play it. Thanks!
Homage To Charles Parker
Recorded (Barigozzi Studio, Milan) 1979
Released (Black Saint LP) 1979
Reissued (Black Saint CD) 1993
George Lewis (tenor trombone, electronics)
Douglas Ewart (bass clarinet, alto saxophone, cymbals)
Anthony Davis (piano)
Richard Teitelbaum (polymoog, multimode, and micromoog synthesizers)
Sahib Shihab: Complete Sextets Sessions 1956-1957
Discs 1 & 2 of 2
Freddie Hubbard - All Blues
Freddie Hubbard - Ballads
Geri Allen - Twylight
Bud Powell Trio - Conception
Bud Powell Trio - Conception (1955) Personnel: Bud Powell (piano), George Duvivier (bass), Art Taylor (drums) from the album 'PIANO INTERPRETATIONS BY BUD POWELL.
Pick Yourself Up
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Duke Ellington - Such Sweet Thunder
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