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Old 05-27-2022, 11:36 AM
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Mulgrew Miller ‎- Keys To The City

His excellent debut album, recorded in 1985.

Listening to a recently acquired NOS/sealed vinyl (Landmark LLP-1507), those 80s pressings can be of pretty average quality but the musicianship is high so we're good!

Mulgrew Miller - Piano
Ira Coleman - Bass
Marvin "Smitty" Smith - Drums

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Morning Dance
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A true Classic and a Nautilus Half Speed mastered series Supper Disc.
Nautilus Recordings NR 9
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In a Jazz Tradition
Ron Carter Presents Eric Gale
excellent LP on all counts! Beebop/Blues
Emarcy Records 836 369-1
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Leo Parker - Let Me Tell You 'Bout It
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Recorded September 9, '61.

Leo Parker - baritone saxophone
John Burks - trumpet
Bill Swindell - tenor saxophone
Yusef Salim - piano
Stan Conover - bass
Purnell Rice – drums

This session (reissued on CD) was a comeback record of sorts for Leo Parker. Briefly one of the leading bebop baritone saxophonists (and an alumnus of Billy Eckstine's legendary orchestra), Parker shifted to rhythm and blues in the early 1950's and then mostly dropped out of sight until he recorded this set. After cutting a second album, he died of a heart attack at age 36 on Feb. 11, 1962. A guttural player who emphasized the lower register of the baritone and was influenced by Illinois Jacquet, Parker (who is joined by obscure sidemen) sounds in top form during his varied program which includes several hard swingers, the gospellish funk of the title cut and two selections not on the original LP: "The Lion's Roar" and a second version of "Low Brown."

© Scott Yanow /TiVo

Enjoying this album again.
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Always a Great LP listen!
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Monthy Alexander - Friday Night

Excellent live performance, recorded in 1985

Listening on vinyl (Limetree MLP-0022), one of my yesterday's find at the local flea market

Like for most 80s LPs the sound quality is so so but the music is great, a remaster would be welcome!

Monthy Alexander - Piano
Reggie Johnson - Bass
Ed Thigpen - Drums

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Quiet Nights
Diana Krall
Excellent Listen!
Verve B002JCMZA0
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Diana Krall
Interesting departure for Diana
Streaming in Ultra HD
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Dreamcatcher
Lee Ritenour
Some great acoustic and electric play on this LP
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