felser

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  1. I'm from Pittsburgh and born in 1954, so this has been in my blood almost my whole life, and bonds me to my ancestors: And there's this...
  2. Looks like Amazon plans to carry it. Already listed for pre-order in USA, and article below says that is coming for Amazon.co.uk https://theseconddisc.com/2019/07/straight-no-chaser-omnivore-collects-art-peppers-complete-artists-house-sessions-on-new-box/
  3. Art Pepper ‎– The Complete Galaxy Recordings Label: Galaxy ‎– GCD-1016-2 Format: Box Set 16 × CD, Compilation Country: Germany Released: 1989 Genre: Jazz Style: Bop, Cool Jazz, Contemporary Jazz Tracklist 1-1 Miss Who? 4:42 1-2 Mambo Koyama 6:39 1-3 Lover Come Back To Me 6:51 1-4 Patricia 10:23 1-5 These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You) 5:42 1-6 Chris's Blues 3:50 1-7 Over The Rainbow 8:46 1-8 Yardbird Suite 5:15 1-9 I Love You 4:32 1-10 Pepper Pot 6:39 1-11 These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You) (Alternate) 5:51 2-1 Over The Rainbow (Alternate) 9:04 2-2 Straight, No Chaser (Alternate) 5:54 2-3 Straight, No Chaser 6:17 2-4 Yesterdays 8:09 2-5 A Night In Tunisia 9:40 2-6 A Night In Tunisia (Alternate) 9:42 2-7 Diane 12:10 2-8 My Friend John 9:38 3-1 Duo Blues 7:49 3-2 Blues For Blanche (Alternate) 7:24 3-3 Landscape 9:23 3-4 Stardust 10:26 3-5 Donna Lee 5:52 3-6 Donna Lee (Alternate) 6:09 3-7 Blues For Blanche (Alternate B) 8:11 3-8 Blues For Blanche 6:42 3-9 So In Love 11:28 4-1 Lover Man (Oh Where Can You Be?) 5:38 4-2 Body And Soul 4:34 4-3 You Can Go To My Head 5:57 4-4 Tin Tin Deo 10:58 4-5 Stardust (Alternate) 8:37 4-6 Anthropology 6:31 4-7 In A Mellow Tone 8:30 4-8 Desafinado 7:58 4-9 My Friend John 7:42 4-10 My Friend John (Alternate) 7:18
  4. Euro Jazz Boxes Three-Fer

    I second that evaluation.
  5. I got it from a store in Ann Arbor on a business trip in 1993, right after I got married. It had been traded in, they didn't know what to do with it, sold it to me for like $125. I jumped at the opportunity, even though I couldn't really afford it, having just bought a house and paid for a wedding. Just felt I also couldn't afford to pass on it. Have never regretted it.
  6. I just checked, and it is all on the Complete Galaxy Box, discs 2-4. This new release may (or may not) have better mastering, as that box is 30 years old.
  7. If I'm reading the discography correctly, looks like all of it would be on the Complete Galaxy box (assuming that contains GXY-5148 and GXY-5154). I own that box, so don't need this. I want to put in a good word here for Omnivore Records, who have done exemplary work in their rock reissues of The Dream Syndicate, Game Theory, and others.
  8. I actually suggested that to Mosaic several years ago, and they said they were trying to work on it, but that the cross-licensing was difficult. I've given up hope of seeing it. Size would be more manageable if they skipped the Blue Notes, which have been widely available. That leaves the Land dates on Cadet and Mainstream and Muse, the live cut on ENJA, and I'm not sure what else.
  9. Great box. The concert DVD is spectacular, well worth the price alone.
  10. Santana - Africa Speaks

    Sounds like a good show. I listened to sample of new album. The singer is not my thing, but I can understand that they are playing honest music on it, hope to pick it up for a fuller hearing some day.
  11. Santana - Africa Speaks

    Who was/were the vocalist(s) for the live show?
  12. True. Where possible, I have sold off those sets and bought individual CD's once they were available (still waiting for one Stanley Turrentine title, one Elvin Jones title and a few Lou Donaldson titles to free up those boxes). But I owned a LOT of Mosaic sets 25 years ago, and was so thankful that the material was made available. I never would have dreamed I would someday easily own something like the complete works of Tina Brooks. Figured I would go to the grave without ever hearing things like his 'True Blue' and McLean's 'A Fickle Sonance'.
  13. June 19 BN Japanese Reissues - uncommon titles

    Agreed, Sebesky did that sort of thing better than anyone, and I enjoy those CTI albums, with Sunflower being one of the best along with Hubbard's First Light and some others.