miles65

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About miles65

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    Supa Groover
  • Birthday 09/03/1962

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  • Gender Male
  • Location Haarlem, Netherlands
  • Interests Ragtime and other pre jazz
    Jazz from 1917 to about 1960
    Ellington and Mingus all the way
    Miles Davis up to 1967
  1. Coleman Hawkins Quartet Live at the London House Chicago, Ill. My Cd is on Gambit
  2. MD6-190 The Complete Django Reinhardt and Quintet of the Hot Club of France Swing/HMV sessions 1936-1948.
  3. Don't you recognice the still from; Det sjunde akkordeon ?
  4. Vinyl on your walls

    I try to collect all original Columbia 6 eye editions from the 56-62 period. But transatlantic postage is putting me off to fill the gaps: 'Anatomy of a murder', 'Blues in Orbit' is a Phillips edition, 'Piano in the Foreground' a french CBS and the 'Midnight in Paris' cover is damaged. Yes EP's and ordinary 45's
  5. Vinyl on your walls

    My display wall. All records can easly taken of the wall and replaced by other records. Made by my builder who had a record store before becoming a builder.
  6. Just finished 'Charlie Christian the genius of the electric guitar' Disc 4.
  7. This afternoon 'Charlie Christian the genius of the electric guitar' Disc 2. And now Disc 3.
  8. After playing Benny Goodman 'The complete RCA Victor small group recordings' for the second time this week-end I'm baffeled that I didn't remember it better. The only track I don't like is 'Sweet Lorraine' beacause of the brushes as used by Dave Tough. My first tought was that the master was damaged. Now playing 'Charlie Christian the genius of the electric guitar' Disc 1.
  9. There are many extra new bulletins with updates about the flooding on dutch public TV. Here in Haarlem north of the rivers I'm safe. The flood is still in the province of Limburg. The coming days the exces water will flow throug the broad rivers in the southern part of the country. After previous floods a lot of space was created to accomodate the extra water. Not much trouble expected there.
  10. Continued with disc 2 and now playing disc 3.
  11. Benny Goodman 'The complete RCA Victor small group recordings' Disc 1. Had not played this for a long time. Almost forgot how good this is.
  12. I haven't listen to it yet the but Radio lab has a 6 part podcast about Harry Pace. Harry who? Harry Pace was founder of Black Swan records. Black Swan recorded in the early twenties Ethel Waters, Fletcher Hederson, James P. Johnson etc. Black Swan was the first record company owned by Afro-Americans. Yet later in life Pace passed for white. Enough reasons to listen to this series. Radiolab | The Vanishing of Harry Pace | WNYC Studios.
  13. Thanks for pointing this out. But those japanese CD's are difficult to track down and the prices. The days of the Select were over but I wished Mosaic did this as a Select as well . I would have dumped my Lone Hill set with pleasure for a Select.
  14. Mosaic website

    Out-Of-Print Limited Edition Jazz Collections - Mosaic Records - Home for Jazz fans!
  15. Louis Armstrong Hot 5 and Hot 7

    They were first issued by Columbia spread over two CD's Louis Armstrong Volume V Louis in New York (Two takes of After you've gone) And Louis Armstrong Volume 6 St. Louis Blues (1 take each of I ain't got nobody, and Dallas Blues and two of St. Louis Blues). Incedently this issue misses the alternate of 'I Can't Give You Anything But love'. To complement the Classics issues of Louis Armstrong's recordings Neatwork put them all on Louis Armstrong Volume 1 1926-1935 (Neatwork RP 2020). This one has the alternate of 'I Can't Give You Anything But love'. Frémeaux included them all on The complete Louis Armstrong 5 "Tight Like This" 1928-1931 (FA 1355). This one als misses the alternate of 'I Can't Give You Anything But love'.