Ron S

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  1. The Jim Nabors set.
  2. No, that was genuine - my copy shipped today (was on backorder) & at that price I got notice yesterday that mine had shipped @ $28.10. Mine was delivered a few days ago.
  3. Wes Montgomery - "Movin': The Complete Verve Recordings" - Hip-O Select $28.10 direct from Amazon--this IS for the physical box set, and ALSO INCLUDES the AutoRip MP3 version: Cheapest I've ever seen this. Don't know how long it will last.
  4. Actually, the answer is yes: on the yurpeen cheapo label Jazz Factory (not endorsing, just informing).
  5. Nope Just you and me, eh Pip? Looks like it. +1.
  6. If you want to dive into the deep end of film music, so to speak, you should really check out this forum, as well as the web site in general: http://www.filmscore...sages/index.cfm The folks over there are even nuttier about film music than folks here are about jazz.
  7. So, have I missed anything?

    Thanks for burning my cover by using my real last name, Allen Lowenstein.
  8. So, have I missed anything?

    Shut up and start Photoshopping, you asshole. I've spent the last 6 years trying to track down that Jim Nabors Mosaic, thanks to you.
  9. I hadn't seen this thread before, and last night I heard on the Philly jazz station what sounded like live Wes in decent sound (including his distinctive laugh while he plays in what seems to be a fun, relaxed atmosphere), but it was a recording that I'd never heard before. Sure enough, the announcer confirmed that it was, indeed, previously unreleased live Wes on this new CD. I immediately looked it up when I got home, and WOWZER: http://www.resonance...hp?cat=HCD-2011 Great samples of each track: Count me in!

    But sometimes a cigar is just a cigar--even WITH extra length and extra pleasure (and extra taste).

    Stan Getz (and Edie Adams) selling cigars:
  12. Felt it in Philly--everything in my home office (and apparently the rest of the house) rattled for a few seconds.