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  1. Coltrane: Both Directions At Once (lost album)

    Back to the matter at hand, listened some on YouTube, will definitely get, probably the deluxe on CD. Wish I was hearing new music even in this ballpark - JD Allen's Graphitti is the best sax of this century to my ears and it's just standing on the sidewalk outside 'Trane's ballpark.
  2. plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose
  3. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    This is lovely, might be my favorite Spoon.
  4. Grace Kelly

    thanx, I enjoyed that.
  5. Charlie Rouse redux

    BN made at least two other attempts at CR albums, check the discographies.
  6. Hank Mobley and Lee Morgan

    Me 'n You (from NRFS) is a 24 bar long meter blues before Sidewinder Caddy For Daddy is that Sidewinder groove but with call 'n response instead of a unison head. But nearly everything they did together is groovy Chicken 'n Dumplins with AB & TJMs is nice too.
  7. Music Modernization Act

    For a second there I thought They were going to outlaw retro throwback acts, Greta Van Fleet sent to prison!
  8. Best track you heard all week

    I've certainly felt that way once or twice!
  9. The Gasoline Blues

    Max torque @ zero rpm!
  10. Matt "Guitar" Murphy R.I.P.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHQsCyGrQKo Guitar comes in just past the minute mark.
  11. Yes, it's often a good start but never the last word...and definitely the same skepticism and double checking should be applied to all sources, print or online. and I have to wonder about what would motivate someone to be that active...
  12. Lorraine Gordon R.I.P.

  13. doesn't mean he's not out-of-touch, perhaps shouldn't be but that's a different thing...
  14. Philip Roth, RIP

    Two guys, certainly, but one world.
  15. Philip Roth, RIP

    Reminds me of why I got so pissed off at the guy in NYR who said 'no one would deny that Cole Porter is wittier than Chuck Berry'...not to go totally off on a tangent.