Chuck Nessa

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About Chuck Nessa

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    Ancient Guy out of touch and poor hearing

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  1. Are there known issues with ECM 180g reissue LP's

    The WB pressings were from Wakefield, the plant I used most of the time.
  2. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    I bought a copy of that issue in 1962.
  3. Remnants of an earlier life

    there have been a few. not sure the latest one has the motto.
  4. Remnants of an earlier life

    That was a motto I chose about 30 years ago. It appeared on some pens we distributed. I still stand by it.
  5. Remnants of an earlier life

    Nope. Those are rubberized door mats given as father's day gifts by the grandkids a while back
  6. Remnants of an earlier life

    It is an Akai GX-4000D passed on to me from a dear departed local dj.
  7. Many thanks for recent visits by Mark Meade (uncle skid) and my best friend Terry Martin.
  8. 2019: Blue Note's 80th Anniversary

    -New sounds- : Kenny Dorham (tp) Howard Bowe (tb) Sahib Shihab (as) Musa Kaliem (Orlando Wright) (ts) Ernie Thompson (bar) Walter Bishop (p) Laverne Baker (b) Art Blakey (d) New York, December 22, 1947 322-3 The thin man 323-1 Bop alley Blue Note 323-2 Bop alley (alt take) 324-2 Groove Street 325-1 Musa's vision
  9. 2019: Blue Note's 80th Anniversary

    It has been out twice - Mosaic Johnson/DeParis/Dickenson box and in the Hot Jazz on Blue Note box.
  10. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Fredrik Ljungkvist and Mattias Risberg - a tribute to Carla Bley.
  11. Question

    What's a headway?
  12. I was working on this last night and then I heard that troubling gurgling sound when my straw hits the bottom of the Scotch bottle.
  13. 2019: Blue Note's 80th Anniversary

    that horse is out of the barn. new releases tarnish the achievement/brand.
  14. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    I never connected with those recordings. I think Mehldau was the problem.