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    Smile great little find , new to me

    wqell peeps just come accross a great record booker ervin sax called song book real nice playing and recording on spinny black stuff ,

    rcr prestige pressing , just great playing , solid standards played very well .

    tommy flanagan piano , richard davies bass , alan dawson driums , he taught tony william drums at college and any one who likes jazz but doesent know tony williams drumming will have to get in to tonys style ,

    so there it is .

    a great record , if any one gets a idea for swops with other booker evins i will be happy to do you a copy of this one ,

    jazzbass

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    Just for you Jazzy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ESK View Post
    Just for you Jazzy.

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    thanks for the link , sadley i got wind up wave powered connection 36 kb !!! honest , moorse code would be faster , sadly cannot get the video to load just snotts up my box of silican bits ,

    fooking modern world ?? any way still enjoying me record .

    also a great 29th street sax quartet record , and bit hard core for jazz fans , actually , if i am being honest a bit of a headache on a disk , but there is some good stuff also , record called pointillistic groove , next stop the back to front jacket house .
    jazzbass

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    hi esk
    well thanks i have just listened tothat it is right up my street , i have also listened to many of the other link , so i am hoping i can get dougie to make me up a video of a buch of these clips ,

    i cab recommend tio you
    bobjazz insnt she lovely
    aurelh isnt she lovely
    qweased 1996 bireli largrene

    buckley boy 666, birele fretless jaco track
    the chicken bass solo at filipedarthonbass al so a great live play .

    a;; thr best

    i am in th el;ibrary if i could get propper internet i would neve be away from the jazz clips .

    regards


    jb .

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    some great video tonight

    you tube
    harveymason on organ some greatclipsof him playing in small clubs

    but prehaps look out
    harvey mason-pat marton-tony monoco at the jave jazz festival 2008

    very very good playing i wonder if there is any good recordings out there of this group.

    regards
    jazzbass

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    hi esk
    well i have finnaly got powered internet , and not wind up

    so i followed your first link , ricght up my street , thank you

    i am loving having all these older blck and white links ,

    i am going backwards in technology , might look for a black and white telly???

    regards
    ritchie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzbass View Post
    well i have finnaly got powered internet , and not wind up
    Nice one Ritchie.

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