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  2. Goooooooooooooooooooooooooool

    Spain advanced to the knockout stage for the first time and for its efforts it gets to play -- in all likelihood -- the US Well, it will be a learning experience. They kept the Germans, the number 2 team in the world to one goal, so maybe they can do the same here.
  3. Miles Davis’ lost album “Rubberband” set for release

    Just listened to the sample track again (and more closely than last time) - Yeah, it's not half-bad. Absent Miles, of course, count me out. But I think I like it better than half of Miles early-80's Columbia (pre-Tutu) output. The Man with the Horn, Star People, and even Decoy never did all that much for me. I remember sort of liking You're Under Arrest a little better, but not tons.
  4. Today
  5. Goooooooooooooooooooooooooool

    Watched Chile beat Japan 4:0, in the company of of my Chilean friends, along with much food and red wine. The match didn't start well for Chile, but at the end Japan's "youth and inexperience" took the better of them. I don't know the specs, but by the looks of them, the only 180 cm.+ player on their team may have been the goalie. They dominated the first 30 minutes with their incredible speed. The Chilean wing-backs just couldn't cope. Japan had 3 real clear goal-scoring chances, but they lacked a finisher. In other news, Platini was arrested.
  6. Hub Songs

    It's under Printup because I was pretty consistently picking up his BN releases back then. But I think it will be re-filed with Hubbard discs as I found this one located there, Apparently Javon Jackson was the go-to tenor for this kind of thing. Eddie Henderson, Marcus Belgrave, Wallace Roney but not so much interaction, only one track with more than one trumpeter.
  7. Hub Songs

    Co-leaders, not Various Artists. billed as Hagans & Printup. Goes under H, and after the Hagans led-alone inventory.
  8. Seems that Donald Byrd got so busy doing educational work and carrying out business duties that he let his chops gradually go. It starts, slightly, in the mid-late 1960s. He was a very busy man, doing a lot of things that did not require playing. He got a little back by the time he did those Landmark dates, but just a little.
  9. Hub Songs

    I tend to file tribute albums with multiple leaders under the artist they are tributing, so if this makes my permanent shelves, it will go under "Hubbard".
  10. What Classical Music Are You Listening To?

    Exceptionally lucid.
  11. What Classical Music Are You Listening To?

    Modest Mussorgsky / Dawn on the Moscow river Mikhail Glinka / Overture to Ruslan and Lyudmila Alexander Glazunov / Suite from Raymonda
  12. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Cleaned the records and therefore i have to listen to Ummagumma again. Nice record.
  13. Hub Songs

    This looks like one I would file under V for Various Artists.
  14. Miles Davis’ lost album “Rubberband” set for release

    I remember thinking Amandla was the stronger album overall (over Tutu). But nothing on Amandla was quite as strong as the individual song "Tutu", which was probably the single strongest track Miles did in all of the 80's/90's.
  15. what are you drinking right now?

  16. Hub Songs

    Had it for 20 years (a group of Young Lions playing a classic songbook - that was a no-brainer to me back then if not now) maybe I should pull it out for a spin. Now where did I file that one .... Hagans, Printup or Hubbard? Printup or Hubbard, I'm betting.
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