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  1. The masthead says 'jazz, blues and beyond', Ray Charles is all that.
  2. BOBBY WATSON ?

    Saw BW with his band Horizon(s) twice in the Twinn Cities nearly 30 years ago, totally smoking. Records ok but none I've heard as good as those gogs.
  3. Best track you heard all week

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KoWHHqeHQbo Eddie Hinton, don't know if this 45 was ever on an album.
  4. Surely Ray Charles' less-than-big bands fit this description?
  5. Monk & Overton

    up for an answer, I hope.
  6. Monk & Overton

    I really like the charts Overtone wrote for Monk, am I wrong in remembering there was a third set written after the two concerts that were recorded. This later set may not have been recorded but survive?
  7. Happy Birthday Michael Cuscuna - 70 Today!

    Talked to him on the phone once (he called me!). Pleasant chat about BN and jazz in general, don't recall much detail now, 25 years later. Thanks for everything.
  8. Big Jay McNeely R.I.P.

  9. Kenny Dorham

    KD wrote wonderfully and his work with Joe Hen makes for a great frontline contrast. Beyond that I don't feel qualified to comment, except to say the life story seems impossibly sad.
  10. R.I.P. Burt Reynolds

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/W.W._and_the_Dixie_Dancekings I liked this one
  11. unreleased BN list (moved from Live)

    I've heard Lee Morgan's "Blues For Mr. Tatum" and it's unissued sessionmate from the date mentioned above, perfectly listenable if 2nd string.
  12. what are you drinking right now?

    just bought my first 6 pack of Oktoberfest (Nikasi) for this year.
  13. Sexiest album covers

    Dude, something we totally agree on, a great drummer.
  14. Amarcord Nino Rota

    I think so.
  15. Amarcord Nino Rota

    Hal Wilner's masterpiece.