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    Miles Davis - Miles in the Sky

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    Plucked this one out of the B&N bargain bin.
    Sonny Meets Hawk alone is worth the price!


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    Quote Originally Posted by starthrower View Post
    Plucked this one out of the B&N bargain bin.
    Sonny Meets Hawk alone is worth the price!

    I got that set for Christmas a couple years ago! Sonny's RCA stuff is WAY under-rated, imho.

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    The Bridge is probably one of my all time favorite Sonny albums. I haven't really listened to much Sonny in years, but I'm going to get back into it now!

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    Our Man In Jazz w/ Don Cherry

    My first time listening to this! Oleo really cooks!
    But this cheapo edition only has the three original tracks.


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    I have The Complete Sonny Rollins RCA Victor Recordings and love it. I believe the contents are almost the same as the Original Album Classics. Rollins's playing style was becoming adventurous but always tuneful. My favorites are If Ever I Would Leave You and Four, but every track is quite powerful and wonderful.


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    I was mistaken. The Original Album Classics Our Man In Jazz does have all six tracks, but only three listed on the mini album sleeve.

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    This album by the Andrew Read Trio is really pretty good. I enjoyed it immensely.



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    Miles Davis - Blue Moods

    one of my favorites in the Miles discography

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    Relaxing to this album:

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    Rene Thomas - Guitar Groove

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    Last night, I listened to Woody Shaw:



    Little Red's Fantasy (Muse/Savoy) / The Moontrane (Muse/32 Jazz)

    Both of these are 5-star records in my book, two of Woody's very best.
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    Don Ellis - Electric Bath

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    Quote Originally Posted by JACE View Post
    Last night, I listened to Woody Shaw:

    Little Red's Fantasy (Muse/Savoy) / The Moontrane (Muse/32 Jazz)

    Both of these are 5-star records in my book, two of Woody's very best.
    Woddy Shaw's improvisation is incredible. I liked that album but I lost the LP.

    Some of my favorites.
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    By the way, I have been searching for Double Take for a long time. I believe it had been OOP, but while I was checking Shaw's albums on amazon after seeing your post, I found that it's now available. Thank you! It's an excellent album. I love Desert Moonlight.
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    I'm really digging listening to Jazz again with the Senn HD-800 headphones. This 1960 recording by John Lewis, formerly of The Modern Jazz Quartet, is considered a jazz classic and one any lover of jazz, or of just good music, should try and hear. This is jazz at it's finest.




    Kevin
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