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Email Address never made public. For the last week I have been in France, separated from my Numark and my vinyl by miles. For me this happens because the audio from one side trickles through to the other side.
Rounding out the group, baritone saxophonist Cecil BllueFrench horn player David Amramand pianist Cedar Walton add very nicely to the album's breezy yet provocative air. Its quite an enjoyable uncomplicated record, and I like all the people playing on it.
Streams Videos All Posts. Spring-themed four horn septet, each a bluesy romp, with fine alto solos from Cannonball Adderley, and Cecil Payne on Bari.
Kenny Dorham Blue Spring () Riverside Stereo | LondonJazzCollector
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The tin helmet and Karate moves may come in handy when the Mrs. That would be the mono one. Excellent record, here at Chez Matty only on CD though. I was tempted to launch a trumpet poll but I think we will leave that for another day Vinyl: By the way, the indentations round the rim of the turntable — crude as they may seem — work perfectly as a strobe gauge for 33,3 RPM.
Kenny Dorham Blue Spring (1959) Riverside Stereo
Only paid 11 bucks for it so I thought it might be a reissue. Sexy Trippy All Moods. The next post, a Monk recording, will be the first with corrected pitch. Passion Spring Kenny Dorham. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Hey you — you in the peaked cap and beard. Dear LJC, I humbly apologize for renewed carping… but your Numark still seems to be running 3 percent sharp.
I am back home from travelling this evening, reunited with my collection and gear, and tomorrow is the first opportunity to adjust the pitch, on future posts and rips. Keep carping till we get it right.
The theme is spring, and Dorham responds with his soon to be jazz standard "Spring Is Here" and three other fine seasonal tributes: I never knew if I had an original stereo or not with menny copy. Gentlemen, the floor is yours.
Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Believe it or not, but I honestly do this every now and then.