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  2. Hank Mobley at the NorthSea Jazz Festival. 1977.

    In the late 1970ies we had a private concert with Lou Blackburn & I think Carmel Jones. I have some snapshots from that event (unjforunately without flashlight which was not allowed within the club) but I am certain these two were in that group. Cant remember the name but could have been Mombasa.
  3. Today
  4. Charles Tolliver All-Stars vinyl and CD reissue

    I've set a notification at DG, just to be safe. Seems like one of those things that you either get it early or not at all.
  5. Turntables

    I’d call your dealer and ask him.
  6. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    If Peter Gunn was a real person, Pinky Winters would be Edie Hart, and all to the better!
  7. Pharaoh Sanders live in Paris (1975) ORTF source

    I was talking about the new live in Paris release Felser
  8. Ah didnt knew that. Let’s just hope for the best
  9. Turntables

    My Pro-ject Carbon seems to have a little audible rumble. Is there anything I can do about that, or does it need to be serviced? Also, any thoughts on other turntables? The Pro-ject is the first "audiophile" turntable I've owned, but perhaps a more commercial brand (Panasonic, Sony, Audio Technica, etc.) might actually do a better job?
  10. Everly-ish harmonies at their best, strong writing and guitar playing. Best of breed. And this is a live album, which has their best songs, and avoids the production pitfalls which have tripped them up in the studio so often following their stunning debut. Start here.
  11. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Clifford Jordan meets the Cedar Walton Trio ....
  12. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    So I'm wondering where the hell did THIS come from and found this: and this: Oh my... It's a pretty good record.
  13. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    All over the place style-wise today...
  14. Jaco Pastorius

    This Night Lights program includes commentary from bassist and IU jazz faculty member Jeremy Allen about Jaco's musical significance: "The Greatest Bass Player In The World": Jaco Pastorius
  15. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    music for future installations
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