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Little Pat Blue

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Mike's on the road and overwhelmed with work so it's up to Pat to come up with something to satiate the frothing demand for bastardly content. Back to the vinyl well he goes—first to talk about six Blue Note albums he discovered on his on-going record buying spree (enjoyable in whatever format you choose) and then to muse a little about how Blue Note is once again building a canon by selecting which albums get memorialized in all-analog vinyl and which albums of the hundred plus already released are his favorite in the format. Don't worry—next time it's back to our regularly scheduled format.


  • Discussion of Hank Mobley's album Poppin' (Blue Note) 2:55
  • Discussion of Kenny Dorham's album Trompeta Toccata (Blue Note) 11:35
  • Discussion of Donald Byrd's album By rd in Flight (Blue Note) 17:15
  • Discussion of Dr. Lonnie Smith's album All in My Mind (Blue Note) 23:45
  • Discussion of John Scofield's album I Can See Your House From Here (Blue Note) 28:20
  • Discussion of Charles Lloyd's album Tone Poem (Blue Note) 32:40
  • Discussion of Blue Note's Analog "Canon" 38:30
  • Discussion of notable omissions from Blue Note's Analog "Canon" 49:30
  • Discussion of other jazz label's analog reissue programs 57:35

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