sonnymax

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  1. Hank Mobley Live.

    Not as good (bad) as this one:
  2. Hank Mobley Live.

    It's the Newark 1953 tracks for download from Stardust Records (2012).
  3. Mick Snuts

    When I first saw the title of this thread I thought to myself, "Crap. Here's another recently deceased jazz artist that I've never heard of". Anyway, I love nuts, and that's not just because I'm a clinical psychologist. Trader Joe's 50% lower sodium peanuts are great to eat when I'm watching baseball. I used to enjoy pistachios with my Dad. With his arthritic hands, I was the "designated sheller". I also like assorted nuts, as long as there aren't too many peanuts in the mix. Trader Joe's has a "Just A Handful of Simply The Best Almonds, Cashews & Cranberries Trek Mix" that comes in small snack bags. A pirate walks into a bar with a steering wheel attached to his dick. The bartender asks him why, and the pirate replies, "Argh, it’s driving me nuts."
  4. West Africa Scams

    People who are in pain. People whose lives are limited by physical ailments. People who suffer from depression due to their chronic discomfort. People who are vulnerable to promises of hope and relief. That's who.
  5. Mick Jagger Illness

    Mick Jagger doing well after heart valve replacement
  6. Rouse and Clark

    That's an understatement.
  7. Richard Barone/The Bongos

    Big Bongos fan here. I worked at a Boston nightclub in the early-to-mid eighties, and the Bongos were considered prime power-pop. Have you discovered Tommy Keene? If not, I think you'll really like his early work. Additionally, I suggest you check out Translator, Split Enz and the Hoodoo Gurus.
  8. Checked your hearing lately?

    What about harmonics? Do you not consider them to be a part of the listening experience?
  9. Dick Dale RIP

    Legendary "surf" guitarist Dick Dale has passed away at the age of 81. Dale was close friends with Leo Fender, the inventor of the Stratocaster, which helped to revolutionize rock guitar, and together, they invented the first 100-watt amplifier to handle the input with which Dale had destroyed an estimated 48 standard 30-watt boxes, according to Fender's company. "Dale and Fender would continue to work together on upping the ante, building a speaker cabinet that could house two 15-inch speakers to sustain his vicious riffage." NBC News
  10. Sonny Stitt - The Champ

    1973
  11. Happy Birthday, Roy Haynes!!!

    Happy Birthday Mr. Haynes!
  12. USC is a private school. Kevin, Please take the time to fully read an article on what the indicted parties allegedly did and what they are being charged with. Hopefully you'll change your mind and abandon this "no harm done", "all parents do stuff for their kids" argument.