Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by savv, Jan 28, 2006.
Gosh, this record is heavy! Recorded in 1956, Capitol. Made in USA.
Another pretty old record...
Spike Hughes And His All American Orchestra
feat Benny Carter, Henry "Red" Allen, Dicky Wells, Coleman Hawkins
Mono. DECCA Ace of Clubs. Made in England.
Benny Carter Meets Oscar Peterson
I'm also going to go through my John Coltrane - The Heavyweight Champion box. Listened to disc 1 yesterday afternoon, and I'll move onto disc 2(and maybe 3) today.
I'm thinking I might rip my Complete 1961 Live At The Village Vanguard box this weekend, too. That one just doesn't get pulled off the shelf enough.
Herbie Hancock - The Piano
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Count Basie Presents The Eddie Davis Trio PLUS Joe Newman
Roulette Stereo SR-52007 1958 release, the Trio includes: Butch Ballard, George Duvivier, and Shirley Scott! This is one tight LP.
I love this record. What a great combo. I thought they had good chemistry. 'Tis a pity they din't make a few more.
Another new Liberty pressing find from yesterday. What an incredible lineup—Sam Rivers (ts ss fl) , Herbie Hancock (p), Freddie Hubbard (t), Ron Carter (b), Joe Chambers (d)...
Standing on the cusp of Free Jazz, this release clearly demonstrates that each has a masterful grasp of Bop but is pushing at its limitations. So, so good!
The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Time Out
200g Analogue Productions 45 rpm 2 LP version
Disc. 2 -
Barb Jungr - Hard Rain
(Per usual, have to hear "Equinox" twice)
Recorded (Atlantic Studios, New York City) 1960
Released (Atlantic LP) 1964
Expanded/reissued (Atlantic Jazz CD) 1988
John Coltrane (tenor/soprano saxophones)
McCoy Tyner (piano)
Steve Davis (bass)
Elvin Jones (drums)
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