sonnymax

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  1. MLB 2018: let the games begin!

    Exciting game in Atlanta tonight. I'm glad the series will continue.
  2. Joe Henderson in Japan

    So all of the various Milestone issues (LP, CD, box set) of the "In Japan" material have used the edited tracks? Makes me want to hear what was left out.
  3. Hamiet Bluiett R.I.P.

    It is now, but it wasn't when the thread was created. Typically, the OP of an obituary thread cites a credible source, often providing a link so we can learn more. When a person hears of such the sad news, our first reaction is "Is it true?" Rest in peace, Mr. Bluiett, and thank you. I'm going to listen to W.S.Q., the quartet's second release on Black Saint, and savor the sound of his big horn.
  4. Hamiet Bluiett R.I.P.

    "social media"? Would you please provide a reliable source for this distressing news? Thanks.
  5. WTF Bill Cosby!!!

    Cosby sentenced to 3-10 years. Denied bail on appeal. On his way to prison as we speak.
  6. Makulu-Kalahari by Johnny Dyani, appearing on Johnny Dyani/Mal Waldron Some Jive Ass Boer, Live at Jazz Unité 1981
  7. Tesla Stock Takes A Hit — After Elon Musk Does The Same He's got employees, stockholders and others to consider. Grow up, Elon.
  8. Randy Weston favorites

    Randy Weston, piano, celeste; Ray Copeland, trumpet, flugelhorn, arranger; Booker Ervin, tenor sax; Vishnu Wood, bass; Lenny McBrowne, drums; Big Black, conga drums, vocals; Sir Harold Murray, percussion. Nola Penthouse Sound Studios, NYC, October, 1964. Released as Randy! (Bakton BRS 1001) and later as African Cookbook (Atlantic SD 1609).
  9. SteepleChase new releases

    I'd better not hear you talking during the bass solos.
  10. SteepleChase new releases

    It does now, but up until last night or this morning, it said "At Schuller's". Hopefully, this was just a web-related typo that's been corrected. Otherwise, the label might have to re-do the booklet before shipping.