Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by savv, Jan 28, 2006.
Sherman Irby & Momentum - Cerulean Canvas -
I really, really like this.
Eric The Cerulean
Marian McPartland - From this moment on- CJ 86 - a 1979 release
This is good stuff.
Oliver Nelson with Eric Dolphy -- Straight Ahead
Oliver Nelson, Eric Dolphy, Richard Wyands, George Duvivier, Roy Haynes
Jimmy Smith - Rockin' the Boat (Blue Note)
Gerald Wilson Orchestra - Everywhere (Pacific Jazz)
Benny Golson: Groovin' With Golson
The Complete Gershwin Songbooks (Box, Comp + 3xCD, Comp) Verve Records, 314 529 152-2
Library sales are the best for picking up items like this. I doubt I'd ever pop full price for this or ever look for this in a record store, but at a couple of bucks, I'm in! Good feeling too, even though I contributed a millionth of a cent to buy it the first time, I gladly got to "buy it" again.
Sonny Rollins - Plus 4
George Shearing Quintet - Burnished Brass
Steve Kuhn - piano
Picked up this mono New York pressing last week. It's one of those "transitional" Liberty pressings—everything looks original, except there's no deep groove or "P" in the dead wax. Sounds great! It's interesting...there are definitely aspects of an avant-garde vibe here, but also the familiar feeling of classic, straight-ahead hard Bop. The sense that Jazz is on the cusp of big changes is palpable...
Alto Saxophone – Jackie McLean
Bass – Eddie Khan
Drums – Anthony Williams
Trombone – Grachan Moncur
Vibraphone – Bobby Hutcherson
Julian Lage Group - Gladwell 2011
Acoustic Bass – Jorge Roeder
Cello – Aristides Rivas
Drums, Percussion – Tupac Mantilla
Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Julian Lage
Tenor Saxophone, Melodica – Dan Blake*
Erroll Garner - The Original Misty
The George Wallington Quintet: Live! at Cafe Bohemia
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