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By Published: December 9, 2004
Date: 27-Oct-1998 08:33:35
From: jim smith ( JimSmith@port.ac.uk )
Just a few I love to play. Kenny Burrell—ELLINGTON IS FOEVER.Ray Bryant—ALONE WITH THE BLUES. Bill Evans—SYMBIOSIS.Clare Fischer—FIRST TIME OUT.Eddie Condon—COAST TO COAST JAM SESSION.Buck Clayton—HOW HI THE FI.Basie/Ellington—BATTLE ROYAL.Lee Morgan—MONDAY NIGHT AT BIRDLAND.Art Pepper—PLUS ELEVEN. George Russell—NEW YORK NY.John Lewis—EUROPEAN WINDOWS.Oscar Peterson—VERY TALL.Archie Shepp—GOIN'HOME.Oliver Nelson—NOCTURNE.And a few Broadway moments,SOUTH PACIFIC—Chico Hamilton.WEST SIDE STORY—Cal Tjader.KING AND I—Mastersounds and last but not least MY FAIR LADY—Andre Previn/Shelly Manne


Date: 28-Oct-1998 02:45:41
From: Dan Sermeno ( ramtrane@soca.com )
Obscurities;

Mongo Santamaria- Explodes Live at the Village Gate (If you can find it let me know where!)

Charles Lloyd- Forest Flower, Sunrise/Sunset Monterey Jazz Festival

Hugh Masekela's Next Album

Nancy Wilson- You Better Go (single)

Anything by Sandra Booker




Date: 28-Oct-1998 08:11:51
From: nguyen van tam ( tam@mb3.tu-chemnitz.de )
hi all,

an exciting topic!!

so some of my own "obscurities"

max roach "deeds, not words"—riverside paul bley "improvisation: introducing paul bley"—debut charles mingus "pre bird"—emarcy charles mingus "plays piano"—impulse sonny rollins "work's time"—prestige sonny rollins "on impulse"—impulse chick corea "piano improvisation vol. 1"—EMC chick corea "circle / paeris concert"—EMC kenny wheeler "gnu high"—EMC kenny wheeler "double double you"- EMC keith jarrett "stair cases"—EMC

bye folks


Date: 28-Oct-1998 09:19:23
From: Jonas Gruvaeus ( gruvaeus@yahoo.com )
Here are my suggestions. I've omitted most things I've seen on lists above, I just might have missed one or two. Happy listening! If anybodys got a spare copy of Gary Bartz I've Known Rivers Please get in touch!

Art Ensemble of Chicago- Les Stances au Sophie.(Path?/Nessa) Marion Brown- Sweet Earth Flying. (Impulse) Ornette Coleman- Tone Dialling. (Harmolodic) Miles- Dark Magus.(Sony, Jpn) Miles- Get up with it. (Columbia) Miles- On the corner. (Columbia) Herbie Hancock- Crossings. (WB) Andrew Hill- Point of Departure. (Blue Note) Rahsaan Roland Kirk—The Inflated Tear. (Atlantic) Yusuf Lateef- Detroit Latitude 43"30' Longitude 85."(Atlantic) Greg Osby- 3D lifestyles. (Blue Note) Sam Rivers- Paragon. (Fluid) Sonny Sharrock- Black Woman. (Vortex) Archie Shepp- Blas?. (Actuel) Wayne Shorter- Super Nova (Blue Note) Alan Silva- Luna Surface. (Actuel) Sun Ra- Nuits de la fundation Maeght vol 1 & 2.(Shandar) Cassandra Wilson- Blue Until Dawn. (Blue Note)


Date: 28-Oct-1998 18:14:04
From: Serge Batusanski ( sbatusanski@yahoo.com )
For the pleasure of the melody : - Dexter Gordon : Tania (on Blue Note) - Grant Green : Idle Moments (on Blue Note)

and for a great surprise, a groovy and funky music : - Haywood Henry (bs) : The gentle monster Joe Newman (t) Uptown Record UP 27.13 Hank Jones (p) George Duvivier (b) Ben Riley (dr)

From Paris




Date: 29-Oct-1998 15:11:35
From: earl grey ( I have @e-mail )
Larry Young— Lawrence Of Newark Paul Bley—Closer Keith Jarret—Expectations Dave Holland—Conference Of The Birds Gateway Joe Zawinul—Zawinul




Date: 31-Oct-1998 08:42:08
From: Joe Hamlin ( joe@dnaco.net )
Several of my favorites have alread been mentioned and there were some artists I had never heard of that I am going to check out. Would like to add three favorites I have not seen mentioned yet. Tony Scott & Bill Evans—A Day in New York Tony Scott—clarinet or baritone sax Bill Evans—piano Milt Hinton or Henry Grimes—bass Paul Motian—drums


Date: 03-Nov-1998 02:47:30
From: jim dunbar ( jimbospad@aol.com )
Boyd Raeburn—Boyd Meets Stravinsky

wow


Date: 03-Nov-1998 09:04:24
From: Jos? Domingos Raffaelli ( jdr@musicshop.com.br )
Jonathan Kranz,

I agree completely with you concerning Lucky Thompson LUCKY STRIKES (this is from the mid-60's) Tommy Flanagan Trio OVERSEAS (bassist is Wilbur Little) Gene Ammons & Dodo Marmarosa JUG & DOD Tomorrow I'll give you all details about the TCB-1001 and TCB-1002. As I'm not in home, I'll check all informations tonight.

Let me add the following record:


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