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    • Giant Steps at 60.
      If everyone is happy with 'Heavyweight Champion' am I safe to assume that for someone like me who doesn't own that box (am I even allowed to still post here...ūüėÉ) this current issue is pretty essential?
    • Neil Swainson - 49th Parallel
      Yes, I had this one in my car CD player and had forgotten it was there.  I hit play and picked up on the middle of a Woody solo.  Not really thinking too hard about it, I thought to myself "man that guy can play - who is it?"  I smiled when I realized who it was.  Nice CD.
    • RIP Stanley Crouch
      Thanks. I can understand why no-one was copying the Shipp posts. 
    • Neil Swainson - 49th Parallel
      I streamed it on Amazon-sounds good compressed always a good sign. Woody in good form here. On the purchase list. 
    • BFT 198 Link & Discussion
      Thanks! Pretty sure everyone has IDed the tune on #1. #7 is going to be a big stretch for some listeners. Glad you dug it! #9 might be based on a standard. But, to the bet of my knowledge, it is an original/contrafact. #12, not Duke, but there's a conceptual connection (?). #13: I think some folks have IDed the other horn, but no one has drawn a bull's eye on the trumpet player. Let's just say those two soloists have a history together. Ha! Not the Grubbs Bros., but those Visitors records are great sources for BFT tracks. Ditto the Catalyst stuff, to keep things Philly-centric for a moment.