47 West 63rd N.Y.C.

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  1. Youtube.com

    Slim Gaillard: Puerto-Vootie (1947) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qijNIOhf2uw
  2. Youtube.com

    Grant Stewart: Super Jet
  3. Youtube.com

    Bob Haggart & Ray Bauduc - Big Noise From Winnetka http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_WP5Xq1lJE
  4. Lee Konitz and Lorraine Gordon

    WNYC visits Lorraine Gordon at her apartment: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rpS3T2lQ-U&feature=sub "Lorraine Gordon has run the Village Vanguard since her husband died in 1989. The legendary jazz club turns 75 this year and Gordon invited WNYC into her Greenwich Village apartment to talk about jazz."
  5. I Walked with Giants

    Jimmy Heath - Walking with Giants (YouTube video / interview on the Leonard Lopate Show) http://www.wnyc.org/shows/lopate/episodes/2010/01/25/segments/148818
  6. Youtube.com

    Lonnie Smith "Your mama's got a complex - she thinks she's hot but hot she's not!"
  7. Youtube.com

    Dizzy Gillespie - Blues After Dark http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7z3Je6R_vu4 "Dizzy Gillespie (t), Sonny Stitt (ts), Lou Levy (p), Ray Brown (b), Gus Johnson (d)." Belgium, 1958.
  8. Youtube.com

    Chet Baker and Lars Gullin playing All the Things You Are (1959) Lars Gullin All-Stars playing Milestones (1962)
  9. Today's Jazz Birthdays

    WKCR (89.9 FM New York) Max Roach 24-hour broadcast: http://www.studentaffairs.columbia.edu/wkcr/schedule
  10. Which Jazz box set are you grooving to right now?

    Coltrane: Side Steps
  11. is clementine lost and gone forever?

    WWIB = Who Walk In Brooklyn (for those who don't know) WWIB Link: http://www.whowalkinbrooklyn.com/
  12. has anybody ever played jazz theremin?

    This cat has got the theremin technique down cold http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUmJ2Wg_hR4
  13. MILFORD GRAVES / DON PULLEN LP

    Is this the cover?
  14. Charles Tolliver Big Band - "With Love" (due Jan. 16th)

    Tom Hull (www.tomhull.com) review: Charles Tolliver Big Band: With Love (2006 [2007], Blue Note/Mosaic): I reckon that Tolliver's reemergence is a dividend of Andrew Hill's accession to living legend status, given the trumpeter's prominence on Hill records old and new. Tolliver appeared on numerous avant-leaning Blue Note recordings in the late '60s, but his own work was limited to his own very limited Strata East label -- The Ringer (1969) is a personal favorite, but it's about the only one I know. (I haven't heard the recent 3-CD Mosaic Select box, which picks up live tracks from 1970 and 1973.) Tolliver's discography shows little after 1975, at least until he reappeared on Hill's Time Lines. Unfortunately, his new record is a loud and brassy big band thang. I don't much care for it: the high energy parts don't move me even when they're bruising, the solos lack finesse, and there's no groove to hang things on. It will be interesting to see how this is received. B