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Onto one of my favs Miles Davis- kind of blue 45rpm Mobile Fidelity box set of 2 x LPs release So smooth... Sent from my SM-G925I using Tapatalk

Kicking off a weekend of tunes with some Miles. Bags Groove.

Bill Evans - Conversations with Myself  Miles Davis - Blue Moods.   When ever I  listen to jazz from the mid 50s - 60s it takes me back to happy times of my early childhood. My mother r

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I recently acquired a number of new and secondhand jazz albums and am looking forward to listening to them.  

I have given this album 2 spins and it is brilliant. The jazz is in a style I enjoy, the pressing is of exceptional sonic quality, the live recording has just the right amount of crowd involvement and atmospherics and to boot the liner notes are a hoot. Very highly recommended. 

PS after purchasing I read a glowing write up (of the 2 LP 45 rpm version) in the current edition of Stereophile, a great magazine, posted here with acknowledgement to the author and publishers.


The Bill Evans Trio, Bill Evans at the Montreux Jazz Festival




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18 hours ago, Mendes said:



This is my version of it.

Cognac corks are more useful for they not only are easier to deploy and remove, but also serve as a reminder of the money (well) spent.

Have to get a bigger bag though.

CD also is easier to deploy then vinyl 😉

And cheaper to buy now too which is a bonus.




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18 hours ago, Billy Shears said:

I need a ‘definitive’ version - any recommendations? The AP was crap...

Picked up the Vinyl Lovers European DMM version a couple of years ago from Amazon, excellent sq and quiet also, (not the picture disc one).


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Another recent acquisition which I didn’t realise contained two of my favourite jazz artists, Keith Jarrett and Jack DeJohnette.  Very good pressing and enjoyable jazz that seems to stray into other categories at times. 

Charles Lloyd Quartet, The Flowering of the original Charles Lloyd Quartet




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