Stereojack

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  • Birthday 07/06/1945

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  1. Jerry Hahn Brotherhood - Serfs, Columbia, Capitol

    The JHB album on Columbia was a favorite in my house back in the day.
  2. Nonagenarian Jazz Musicians

    With the recent death of Barry Harris at 91, I got to wondering how many major jazz artists are still with us over 90? So far, I've been able to come up with five: Sonny Rollins, 91 Kenny Burrell, 90 Roy Haynes, 96 Lou Donaldson, 95 Bill Crow, 94 Any others?
  3. Beverly Kenney

    Years ago I heard about her from some jazz vocal fans who were high on her, but I didn't catch on at the time. I couple of years ago I managed to get a multi-CD set on the Real Gone Jazz label (a "grey label" release, no doubt, but decent quality) that contains all six of her LP's. I have to say I find her quite intriguing. Haven't seen the Lincoln commercial, but will watch for it.
  4. Stan Getz Must Be Turning Over In His Grave

    The average Kenny G fan never heard of Stan Getz. I just threw up in my mouth.
  5. Summer of Soul on Hulu

    The film is a must see, even if it is merely a teaser for a forthcoming box set (we can wish). The musical high points are SO HIGH - Mahalia & Mavis, Nina Simone, Stevie Wonder, to name just three. See it on the big screen, if you can. For our first time at the movies in a year and a half, this was a wonderful way to break back in!
  6. Percy France Memorial Website

    Looks great, Dan! All of your efforts really paid off.
  7. Bob Porter has died

    Bob was a fountain of knowledge who I could always rely upon for tidbits of information from when I first met him forty years ago. Over the years we became good friends and business associates in the record business, and we did many deals together. I know I'll be one of many who will miss him.
  8. Covid vaccination: poll

    I guess I'm one of the lucky ones. My health care provider contacted me during January informing us that we will be notified when appointments would be available, starting February 1. The underlying message was "Don't call us, we'll call you." On the morning of February 1, I received an e-mail instructing me to go to their website, as appointments were now being offered. Within a few minutes I had the location and the date, and on Friday, Feb 5 I got the 1st dose. After I received the shot, they set up the appointment for the 2nd shot, and I got it on Feb. 26. Side effects? Nothing after the 1st, minor queasiness for about 24 hours after the 2nd. Btw, it was the Pfizer vaccine. My city was also offering appointments starting in late January, but I'm glad I didn't have to go that route.
  9. Atlantic Discography

    I have the set. Which pages do you need?
  10. Stereo Jack: Now after having been open since June, I am happy too report that business is good, and we are getting plenty of vinyl and CD's. Of course, anybody who feels at all squeamish should follow their instincts and stay away, but we feel that we have taken the necessary precautions to make people feel safe whenever they enter the shop.
  11. Which Mosaic Are You Enjoying Right Now?

    I finally broke down and ordered this as well - it came on Monday. So far I've only listened to disc 1, which included the magnificent Hawkins extended "Body and Soul" and the delightful Hampton jam session with Herschel Evans and Charlie Shavers. Looking forward to more gems in the coming days!
  12. Focus on Barney Kessel

    Died in 2004.
  13. RIP, Steve Grossman.

    R.I.P. Saw him with Miles summer 1970. Played mostly soprano sax.
  14. Happy Birthday Stereojack!

    Thanks, everybody! I'm still here, even though my posts are few these days.
  15. Stereo Jack's reopened on June 8, with limited hours. We are requiring face masks, limiting customers to no more than 4 at a time, and we have erected plexiglass windows and other see through barriers to isolate any possible contamination. At first we were concerned about whether or not we would see any customers, but I am happy to report that the response has been very positive. After a few days, we decided to resume our normal hours. Business has been good, and I would like to think that we will be able to crawl out of the hole of debt that we have dug for ourselves after being closed for 11 weeks.