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Very nice.  Just listened to this on youtube.  I need to find a CD recording if I can though.

Watch out that you get a 12 track version of the album, I received only half the joy i.e. 6 tracks with a total playing time of 32 mins. But I got a RMA the next day and I'll ship it back. I already ordered a new copy from a different seller and hopefully that will be the correct version. Sometimes the descriptions on A'zon are not accurate when there are different album versions available - or the seller just don't care too much. Either way, a great album that's worth some effort to get hold of.

Cheers :beerchug:

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Not to waste time on something terrible, here is something amazing : 

 

I recently got the "regular" CD version, that only occasionally pops up used.

The 24 bit remastered version seems prohibitive expensive

The Three

Joe Sample, piano

Ray Brown, bass

Shelly Manne, drums

 

The sound of this 1975 recording is pure bliss.

High class musicians in a good and swinging mood and recording engineers that captured every little nuance. RVG could have learned something ;).

 

Where can I download it from?

post #753 of 757
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Where can I download it from?


It doesn't seem to be available, even as MP3.

post #754 of 757
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Where can I download it from?

Google Music has a 320 kbps version.....

post #755 of 757

A follow on to the recent posts about Joe Henderson.... I stumbled upon a great 1993 release...

 

Technically it is a Mulgrew Miller featured CD entitled "Hand in Hand"..  But it features a host of great players, Joe Henderson, Eddie Henderson, Kenny Garrett, Steve Nelson,  Christian McBride & Lewis Nash

 

There is some great stuff on this one!!

 

Dave

post #756 of 757

I've found this album to be very accessible and lively. It also features Robert Wyatt from Soft Machine (early and innovative jazz/prog rock stuff) on drums. Highly recommended if trying to get into jazz. 

 

 

post #757 of 757

Welcome to Head-Fi :beerchug:.

 

I have to admit, I never heard of Mr. Tipett before, lively, yes indeed but the "very accessible", I'm not so sure :D.

And you will definitely chase away most of the people who are trying to get into Jazz with this kind of recommendation.

Some seriously free sections in this work. Not my personal cup of tea, just my $0.02.

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