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    Nice choices again!

    I think that 'Heart is a Lotus' is possibly my favourite UK jazz LP of all...
    We know when a mate buys it for you too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by folkishienne View Post
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    nyeh', what. evvah. you're slipping, man, i've got at least one of those records.

    top stuff as ever, Matt, love the Bridgewater - afro blue, people..., little b's poem, toppermost jazz bizniz, innit. and it saves me putting it in my chart too . the other selections are delightful as well. sadly, only in digital format in this house, too many other records to get befre i get to them. one day....

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    Updated Weds 5th October. See first thread Jump

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    Cool selection mate. loved the downloads and constantly on the Cd player now.

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    Chart Updated Monday 17th Sept

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    Folkishienne for president!
    I need to find me some Don Rendell records

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    That there Lee Stone 45 really is shockingly good Thank you very much for posting that one up.

    Everytime this chart gets updated I sit before my PC looking very much like

    Keep 'em coming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by folkishienne View Post

    47) Tina Brooks: True Blue – Blue Note W 63rd. The first Blue Note entry to this chart, this is probably one of my favorite Blue Note LP’s. Recorded when Brooks was 28 this is a fine example of post bop jazz featuring great interplay between Brooks, Freddie Hubbard, Duke Jordan, Sam Jones and Art Taylor. Re- issued several times over the years, True Blue is a fine LP throughout, classic cover too, the track featured here is the title cut True Blue (Apologies for the pops at the start)
    True Blue
    Good to see some Blue Note!

    This one by Tina is also recommended. Never issued at the time but it had a catalogue number and cover design:

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirSlim View Post
    Good to see some Blue Note!

    This one by Tina is also recommended. Never issued at the time but it had a catalogue number and cover design:
    I've wanted to hear this one for a while, thanks for the recommendation I'll see if I can get my hands on a copy
    Last edited by alanmck; 30-10-2008 at 10:02 PM. Reason: pruning for speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by folkishienne View Post
    49) Lloyd Miller: Jazz At The U of U – East –West Records. 1969? Unlike the track above, the recording quality of this live private press LP is abysmal. Nevertheless this is a very interesting recording of a seriously innovative and talented musician. While many other Europeans were toying with eastern influences in the late 50’s, our man Lloyd was travelling the East in search of sounds and schooling. After living for a year in Iran, Lloyd returned to Europe and began to explore and integrate the sounds he had been infected by with Jef Gilson. Following a five year stint in Europe (Where he played with numerious other jazz luminaries) Lloyd returned to the US to complete a degree in Asian Studies…Lloyd likes to study, according to the sleeve notes he can play “ Thirty Eastern instruments and ten Jazz instruments…” The track for inclusion here is “Gol-e Gandon:. A deeply involved and rhythmic post bop number with eastern spices. Gol-e Gandon
    This is a great track - have it on a CDr - but I've always wondered what the rest of the Lp was like? Any other killers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirSlim View Post
    This is a great track - have it on a CDr - but I've always wondered what the rest of the Lp was like? Any other killers?
    yup, Amber Eyes. which was on one of my Xmas Swap CDs... you're slippin', Matt. i jest, top drawer as always. which reminds me, I must update my chart this week. Thursday I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alanmck View Post
    yup, Amber Eyes. which was on one of my Xmas Swap CDs... you're slippin', Matt. i jest, top drawer as always. which reminds me, I must update my chart this week. Thursday I think.
    Amber Eyes is indeed a nice track...Have you got Millers Oriental Jazz LP Alan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by folkishienne View Post
    Amber Eyes is indeed a nice track...Have you got Millers Oriental Jazz LP Alan?
    got 3 of his: Jazz at The U of U Vols I and II, and Near and Far East (which is pure ethnic/ dr miller doing his musicologist thang, and thus is jazz-free, dude ) Oriental Jazz i don't have, but i did get a nice cd-r and a dvd from Lloyd Miler when I bought the U of U records from him. fancy a burn?

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    Yeah, I got that DVD as well. It's quite good. The Iranian TV special performance is great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alanmck View Post
    - i did get a nice cd-r and a dvd from Lloyd Miler when I bought the U of U records from him. fancy a burn?
    I'd love a copy of the DVD - I've got Oriental Jazz, I'll add it in my next chart.

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    Thanks Matt,top treats as always.
    YEE VOOLURES-AWL!
    YEE WANS YER EAR-TROOMPETS CLEENIN'!

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    Default The Voice of Betty Rubble

    16) B.J Ward: Vocal Ease – Catfish. The Title cut is a kind of groovy female jazz number with upfont vocals in a similar vein to Doris et al. I can’t shake the chorus and it hasn’t left my deck since it came through the door. More than a one trick pony, this Lp features several decent tracks including ‘The Loner’ (as comped on the folk funk boot) The main downside to this LP is the poor quality catfish pressing... Vocal Ease.mp3


    Crickey..... B J Ward is none other than the Voice of Velma from Scooby Doo and Betty Rubble from the Flintstones......... Good pipes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boi Bach o Bethel View Post
    . Vocal Ease.mp3


    Crickey..... B J Ward is none other than the Voice of Velma from Scooby Doo and Betty Rubble from the Flintstones......... Good pipes
    Yikes!
    Last edited by alanmck; 30-10-2008 at 10:03 PM. Reason: pruning for speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by folkishienne View Post
    Lloyd Miller Footage:
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    Quote Originally Posted by SirSlim View Post
    Sublime.

    aye, and it's on the dvd, along with loads of other interesting stuff. I can probably burn a handful. I should be able to burn a few copies. anybody fancy, PM me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by folkishienne View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by jakartajive View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by folkishienne View Post
    A fusion so unlikely and yet so well realised Alan Mck has already bought three copies.
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    UPDATED Friday 1st Feb 2008
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    great thread, thanks for sharing these.

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