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About sonnymax

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  2. Congratulations, Pim. My advice is to continue playing the music you exposed the baby to in utero. The music will be familiar, while the sound will be improved given the new listening environment. Of course, don't be surprised if the baby's first words are, "Is that a remaster?"
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    Slightly different poses: More Cugat? Yes, please!
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    In keeping with the "food' motif:
  8. crazy private press of some sort P. Rugolo 78 i just found

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    This cover has me bewitched. Oh Rob!
  10. The Tenor Scene Prestige PR 7191 The First Set/Recorded Live At Minton's Prestige PR 7309 Live! The Midnight Show At Minton's Playhouse Prestige PR 7330 The Late Show Recorded Live! At Minton's Playhouse Prestige PR 7357
  11. Lennie's On The Turnpike in Peabody, MA: Jaki Byard Quartet Live and The Last From Lennie’s Illinois Jacquet With Milt Buckner & Alan Dawson – Go Power! There's also some bootlegs of Miles at Lennie's in 1971.
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    one of my all-time favorites and another featuring a Hal Adams cover photo and last but not least Thank you, Mr. Adams.
  13. In classical music terms, voix blanche refers to a singing technique characterized by a higher-than-usual larynx position. This produces a lighter, more flexible tone that expresses joy, happiness, etc. Compare this to voix sombre with its lower larynx position, which creates a more powerful tone that is better suited to expressions of sadness and grief.
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    If you told us what you already have, people wouldn't waste their time offering suggestions that aren't new to you.