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About miles65

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    Veteran 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. Hank Mobley and Charlie Parker are last chance. James P. Johnson is now running low.
  2. Great news but I downloaded the first 3 volumes. A pitty the Ellington material is not included. But I’m not complaining about more Lester.
  3. James P. Johnson yesterday discs I & II now disc III.
  4. Got a mail yesterday giving the expected release date Januari 2018.
  5. For me this set will mean that I have most of it in one package in the best possible sound and with a Mosaic booklet. I allready have most of this music on Clasics/Neatwork and Masters of Jazz. The other day I have been listening to a number of the Piano solo’s and I was more impressed than I remembered. So this set is a defintive yes for me.
  6. The Slide Hampton single Drum suite is now last chance. When this one is gone Ruby Braff Hi Fi salute to Bunny is the last Single.
  7. This set is up for pre order. Release date December.
  8. The Pathé tracks are included in the French CBS 2lp sets and therefor I asume they are owned by Sony. They are part of the 97. Last year at the Ellington conference in New York he gave a presentation with rare Ellington moves and clips. So in 2016 he was still around.
  9. The Hank Mobley and Clifford Jordan sets joined the running low list.
  10. Duke Ellington and Teresa Brewer
  11. Got a notice the JPJ will be shipped shortly.
  12. BFT for September

    Track 7 Sweet Sue made me think of John Kirby sextet like music. But he didn't use xylophoon in his band. It took me some searching to find Kenny Clarke's Kvintett Stockholm 1938. Great fun find.I got it on a Edgar Hayes Classics CD. Hadn't played it for ages. Realy liked track 8.
  13. I thought I missed one in my posts but I couldn't remember wich one.
  14. The Woody Shaw and Louis Armstrong Live set are now last chance.