Chuck Nessa

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  1. "Compost" by Jack DeJohnette (1971)

    I gave up on the group after the first record. Sorry if I missed something. I like Jack.

    Never met him.

    greenish or blueish
  4. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Very interesting solo alto outing:
  5. Further thoughts on the Resonance Bill Evans titles

    The only "late" Evans I have is "the Last Waltz" box. I bought it 12 years ago and can't remember listening. When I "jones" for some Bill I always gravitate to the early Riversides.
  6. Archie Shepp photo

    Johnny Dyani?
  7. MLB Season 2020

    The Blue Jays will play their home games here in Buffalo.
  8. He just said "you aren't going to attach anything to my instrument" and Rudy moved on.
  9. When we recorded the aforementioned Leo Smith date, Wes Brown refused to be recorded directly and Rudy came up with a mike.
  10. Just to add some more RVG info - When we recorded Roscoe's L-R-G (August 7, 1978) I took home a pair of stereo 7.5 ips reels of the day's work. On May 21, 1979 when we recorded Leo Smith's Spirit Catcher, we were provide with cassettes. Rudy had moved forward.
  11. Eddie Gale Blue Notes

    No extra material.
  12. Anthony Ortega/Walter Benton

    I might have it. If you don't find one rattle my cage tomorrow. Too late to search tonight. Yes, I have it. What do I win? I see there is a hairline crack, but it should play perfectly. Otherwise it looks unplayed.
  13. Rudy's Hackensack studio ran separate mono and stereo machines at 15 ips. He also would run a 7.5 ips machine for reference purposes. When he moved to Englewood Cliffs he discontinued using the dedicated mono deck.
  14. It was common practice to send copy tapes home with the leaders. That's how all the "recent" Coltrane Impulse issues exist. I did/do that regularly. It changed to cassettes later.
  15. What Classical Music Are You Listening To?

    Trouble I have with this set is whenever i open it up i automatically go for D960 and then I am lost for a while.
  16. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    The playing of the "heads" on that recording are near miraculous.
  17. What he said. Erie County has a map showing cases by zip code and our area seems to be doing well -
  18. Tristano school stuff

    Here's a nice one I worked on:
  19. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    I was so excited when I found a new copy of this in the basement of Met Music around 1967.
  20. Tristano school stuff

    This is outstanding but most of the versions seem to be cdrs. If I didn't have the original, I would buy the cdr.