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The Buddy Collette - Chico Hamilton Sextet – Tanganyika
Dig Records

00:00 A1 Green Dream (Collette)
04:28 A2 It's You (Collette)
06:55 A3 A Walk On The Veldt (Collette)
10:19 A4 How Long Has This Been Going On? (Gershwin)
13:34 A5 The Blindfold Test ( Anderson)
20:24 B1 Jungle Pogo Stick ( Collette)
23:08 B2 Tanganyika ( Collette)
28:06 B3 Wagnervous (Hamilton, Wiggins)
32:49 B4 And So Is Love (Anderson)
35:32 B5 Coming Back For More (Otis)

Bass – Curtis Counce
Drums – Chico Hamilton
Guitar – Jimmy Hall
Piano – Gerald Wiggins
Reeds – Buddy Collette
Trumpet – John Anderson

Recorded 1956
 
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Bud Shank Quartet With Bob Cooper – Jazz At Cal-Tech
Pacific Jazz

00:00 A1 When Lights Are Low
08:01 A2 Old Devil Moon
15:05 A3 The Nearness Of You
19:33 A4 How Long Has This Been Going On
24:46 A5 Tea For Two
27:54 B1 Lullaby Of Birdland
32:26 B2 Somebody Loves Me
38:23 B3 Moonlight In Vermont
45:12 B4 The King

Alto Saxophone, Flute – Bud Shank
Bass – Don Prell
Drums – Chuck Flores
Piano – Claude Williamson
Tenor Saxophone, Oboe – Bob Cooper

Recorded live concert at California Institute of Technologies on January 19, 1956.
 

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Al Haig Trio – Al Haig Trio
Esoteric

00:00 A1 Autumn In New York
05:25 A2 Isn't It Romantic
09:01 A3 Royal Garden Blues
11:42 A4 Moonlight In Vermont
15:23 B1 All God's Chillum Got Rhythm
17:43 B2 Body And Soul
22:36 B3 Gone With The Wind
25:35 B4 On The Alamo

Al Haig - Piano
Bill Crow - Bass
Lee Abrams - Drums

Recorded March 13,1954
 

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Listened this week, for the first time ever, to Wes Montgomery's "Bumpin'" album. Great music and a reminder of drummer Grady Tate's taste and musical brilliance.
 

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These cool little Django videos keep popping up in my youtube feed.
Having a lot of fun listening to them...


Django Reinhardt and Stéphane Grappelli

Django Reinhardt (g)
Stéphane Grappelli (vln)
Gianni Safred (p)
Marco Pecori (b)
Aurelio de Carolis (dm)

1949 January-February - RAI Studios, Rome
 

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These cool little Django videos keep popping up in my youtube feed.
Having a lot of fun listening to them...


Django Reinhardt and Stéphane Grappelli

Django Reinhardt (g)
Stéphane Grappelli (vln)
Gianni Safred (p)
Marco Pecori (b)
Aurelio de Carolis (dm)

1949 January-February - RAI Studios, Rome
have you seen this canadian animation ? worth the while for french jazz enthusiasts of the 30's

 

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I've been listening to a lot of Tycho lately... this song is a weird combo of wistful and dreamy for me.

 

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How bout this one, with Clarke's magic ride ? My guess is a 1st generation 602 med. heavy )

 
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Wade Legge Trio – Wade Legge Trio
Disques Vogue

00:00 1 Perdido ( Tizol)
03:08 2 Dream A Little Dream Of Me ( Schwandt)
06:24 3 Wade Leg's Blues (Legge)
10:08 4 A Swedish Folksong (Trad.)
13:19 5 Dance Of The Infidels (Powell)
16:35 6 Ain't You Glad, You're You (Simons)
19:50 7 These Foolish Things (Link,Marvell,Strachey)
22:42 8 Why Don't You Believe Me (Laney,Douglas)

Bass – Lou Hackney
Drums – Al Jones
Piano – Wade Legge

recorded in Paris February 27, 1953
 

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