Stonewall15

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  1. Duke

    You ought to try to explain what a slide rule is.
  2. LF Two Calliope LPs

    I have been collecting Calliope label Sessions, Live LPs since 2012. I now have 34 of the 36 that were released. I am missing 2: CAL-3023 (Harry Babasin and Barney Kessel) and CAL-3025 (Candolis and Leroy Vinnegar). CAL-3023 is listed on Amazon for $1,048 which is a tad more than I would pay. I continually look on eBay and have listed my 2 missing LPs on Discogs with no results from either so far. Does anyone have any ideas where to look? I am willing to pay a reasonable amount (considerably less than $1,048) for either LP..
  3. Looking for Hank Demano LP label Freeway FLP1- recorded in LA 1956- titled "Listen To The Hank Demano Quartet". Has Don Friedman on piano. The Fresh Sounds CD contains 2 Demano Freeway label LPs (FRS500 and FLP555) but not FLP-1. Bump.
  4. Looking for following 2 Calliope LPs: Both titled "Sessions, Live". 1. Cal-2023 Harry Babasin, Barney Kessel 2. Cal-3025 Candoli brothers, M. Murphy, Leroy Vinnegar
  5. I am looking for LAJI-01 "Jazz A La Lighthouse" and LAJI-02 "West Coast Rarities". I will pay $75 for the 2 CDs. Must be originals with all front and back matter. Please PM me.
  6. Pleased to get.
  7. Discogs Problem

    Did the scratched CD play OK? If so, why bother with getting a refund. If it did not play OK then the above solutions should be followed.
  8. Brubeck "Jackpot" CL 2712 mono- does it actually exist?

    Sony (Columbia) still needs to release "The Last Time We Saw Paris" and "Compadres" on CD. These are the only Columbia Brubeck LPs that have not been released on CD so far. I am aware of the story that Dave did not want "Paris" released, possibly because of a problem with Paul Desmond. I wonder if the tape still exists. As far as "Compadres" goes I have no idea why is has not been released on CD. "Jackpot" is one of my favorite Brubeck albums. It was recorded live at the Tropicana in Las Vegas and really swings. Who cares if the piano wasn't perfect.
  9. Brubeck "Jackpot" CL 2712 mono- does it actually exist?

    Looking at the many Jackpot LP listings on eBay all album covers show both CL2712 and CS9512 in the upper left-hand corner. The LP cover also says "stereo". This leads me to believe that CL2712 was never released in mono as a separate LP.
  10. LF Dale label 10-inch LPs

    Bump.
  11. Looking for the following 10-inch Dale Records label LPs: 1. LP-21 Stan Getz Quintet 2. LP-22 Paul Quinechette Quintet 3. LP-23 Beryl Booker and Her Piano 4. LP-24 Wardell Gray and John Hardee Quartets 5. LP-25 Billie Holiday and Stan Getz
  12. Oscar Peterson session not on jazzdisco-

    OP plays piano on first 5 tracks (no organ), Lee on last 3. OP cuts were recorded in NYC at the Band Box in January 1953. Boris Rose LPs on various labels are a delightful mystery.
  13. Japanese re-issue of Vantage Norma NLP-5015.. LP and cover in pristine shape. Free shipping. $30. Jimmy Rowles (p) John Simmons (b) Frank Capp (d) Los Angeles, CA, September 12, 1953 ( live Celebrity Club) Now's the time One o'clock jump - Mystery song - Indiana - A night in Tunisia - Caravan - Lisa - When dreams come true - St. Louis blues -
  14. Sony Music Cuts Off Third Party Licensing (?!?)

    Maybe because of this Sony will release CDs of Dave Brubeck "The Last Time We Saw Paris" (CL2852/CS9672) and "Compadres".(CS9704).
  15. Jazz, early popular music redheads?

    Red Rodney (trumpet).
  16. Mosaic Wish List

    The Los Angeles Jazz Institute (LAJI) over the years has issued 15 CDs of previously unissued West Coast jazz sessions from the 1950's. These limited edition CDs were available only to LAJI members. The CDs would make a great Mosaic box set. Also a terrific booklet could accompany the CDs. Ken Poston is the director of the LAJI and should be contacted to see if he is interested in a Mosaic set.
  17. Looking for jazz radio stations 2018

    WUCF-FM 89.9 in Orlando is an excellent jazz 24-7 radio station. They play classic as well as current jazz. Well worth listening to. They stream on the Internet. They broadcast from the campus of the University of Central Florida.