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  1. Bob Dylan corner

    Self Portrait continued what Nashville Skyline had begun, the lowering of expectations. No one could have been expected to continue at the level of Bringing It All Back Home , Highway 61 Revisited, Blonde on Blonde, John Wesley Harding, and Dylan chose not to try. I agree Skyline and Portrait are enjoyable on their own terms, but it's a much more minor enjoyment than the landmark albums that preceded them. I like New Morning even more than those two.
  2. LPs that have never made it into CD

    A lot of really good India Navigation and Horo albums that never made it to CD, and ownership of those catalogs seems to be in flux (or worse).
  3. I'm not crazy about the red/yellow motif, but it's OK. I like the other two better, especially that Jazz Corner of the World cover. This one is a favorite of mine, coverwise (needless to say, the music ain't bad, either):
  4. LPs that have never made it into CD

    Thx. Must be needle drops.
  5. LPs that have never made it into CD

    The albums from the end o his Argo/Cadet run need CD release also, especially "Extensions". I do like that "Oil Can Harry's" album.
  6. Give It Up For Booker!

    This one is spectacular: As is Ervin, for that matter. But I guess we won't see anything but Binglerosie (your great term) from them, sales concerns being what they are.
  7. Give It Up For Booker!

    Booker Ervin, Booker T. Jones, Cory Booker, I'm a big fan of all three, especially Mr. Ervin. And there's always
  8. M.F. Horn 1 and 2

    TTK, I like those Maynard albums, saw his MF Horn band live in the early 70's, was knocked out by "El Dopa". Jim, I agree with you on the cover, and it's OK if you call me Dude. That's well above midpoint of all the different things I've been called in my life.
  9. COVID-19 2.0: No Politics edition

    We use Microsoft Teams at Cerner, and I really like it for meetings. Not so much for file storage.
  10. Yes, a lot of excellent work with Jackie McLean that sat in the can for 15 years.
  11. COVID-19 2.0: No Politics edition

    Zoom has made several changes in the past week. Don't know that their security is "good" now, but it's better than it was.
  12. Wounded Bird released it on CD, but it seems to have not stayed in print.
  13. I own it. It's good, but I long for the other session from Prime Element (the one with Lee Morgan) to be on individual CD. It's on the Elvin Mosaic.
  14. COVID-19 2.0: No Politics edition

    Sheetz and Wawa have neatly divided up Pennsylvania, Wawa to the East and Sheetz to the West. There is a very very small area of overlap. The two companies run very different stores, but express great respect for each other. Wawa has great coffee, Sheetz coffee is awful. Sheetz has very good $1.99 meatball sandwiches, but in general their food is not bad but seems a little overpriced. Wawa makes a really good hoagie, and in general exudes more class in their menu. But I have no hesitation about stopping at either, the stores are clean, the gas is not expensive, and the food is dependable for what it is.