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  • UPDATED Monday 23rd March 2009

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    • Jolly good, Matthew. just been listening to the NYJO thing again as well, rather nice that.

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      • That NYJO track is chudding excellent!
        ...if in doubt consult your dealer.

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        • Originally posted by alanmck View Post
          Jolly good, Matthew. just been listening to the NYJO thing again as well, rather nice that.
          Originally posted by BlackRegent View Post
          That NYJO track is chudding excellent!
          There are several nice tracks on the LP, with a touch of funk to them (Very VG+ friendly). It's not one that seems to turn up that often but it goes fairly cheaply on the net. I found my copy in a charity, my friend who'd played it to me previously found his copy in a chazzer too so as they say 'they're out there'..
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          • UPDATED Friday 17th April 2009


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            • UPDATED Monday 25th May 2009

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              • Fantastic Additions Matt!

                We Three Kings and Hum Dono are incredible.

                That Menelik Wossenachew 45 is a beauty. Is the flip side the track Tezeta?

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                • Aaaaaaaaagghhhhhhhh!
                  We know when a mate buys it for you too.

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                  • Originally posted by folkishienne View Post

                    87) Joe Harriott / Amancio D’Silva Quartet: Hum Dono – Columbia. 1969. There are several top tracks on this LP which would do this chart justice, however both the title cut and Jaipur have been comped (Jazz explosion and Peterson respectively) The track for inclusion here is titled Stephano’s Dance. Written by D’Silva supposedly as a response to his son’s dancing as he practiced his guitar at home. Stephano’s dance moves through several modes to incorporate leads by Ian car and Norma Winstone’s sublime scat musings. It’s a complex piece that sounds utterly effortless yet ever driven by Dave Green’s bass.
                    Stephano's Dance

                    Best track I've heard in my whole life
                    Last edited by alanmck; 30-06-2009, 02:37 PM.

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                    • Originally posted by Great Day
                      Jesus Jones!

                      That Good Tidings Of Great Joy cut is amazing.

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                      Glad you like it, the track features a heap of elements I really dig
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                      • Only recently found this chart and have been dipping in and out of it and really enjoying it, so wanted to say thank you, for what that's worth.

                        Highlights so far are Blue Poppies and What is Life, both of which have been receiving heavy, heavy rotation.

                        Of the few LPs on the list I've actually heard: Change Is has to be a real favourite. Black Hair is IMO one of the greatest pieces of music I have ever heard. Uplifting and deeply melancholy both at the same time and utterly perfect.

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                        • Originally posted by Ralphi View Post
                          Only recently found this chart and have been dipping in and out of it and really enjoying it, so wanted to say thank you, for what that's worth.

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                          Cheers Ralphi, glad you liked a thing or two. Quite a few of the LP's in the chart feature other cuts I'd like to have included so I'm currently putting together a mix of them that I hope to put up at some point.
                          All the best, Matt
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                          • Some pretty cool stuff there, I know nothing about jazz so just had a quick play of a few random tracks.
                            the Sal Davis and the Dick Morrissey Quartet are really good!

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                            • Originally posted by purple_pill67 View Post
                              Some pretty cool stuff there, I know nothing about jazz so just had a quick play of a few random tracks.
                              the Sal Davis and the Dick Morrissey Quartet are really good!
                              I really like the Sal Davis. I think Counterpoint have put it on their comp Jazz Bizniz Vol 4 and on a 45 B/W Jeff Resnick's 'Glass'.
                              Last edited by folkishienne; 20-06-2009, 08:29 AM.
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                              • Why no numbers 63-65?

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