danasgoodstuff

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  1. Songs You don't want requested

    Yes he did! & some other then current pop too!
  2. A Slew of Box Sets for Sale (Mosaic, Avant, and More)

    Bennie Green select is nice, lots of Sonny Clark.
  3. The fire at Notre Dame cathedral

    Me too, or is it three?
  4. Branford slams Miles

    seconded but with some more love for Shorter in Whether Retorts, Typical hype on Bradford's part: making it weaker by saying it stronger. He trumped himself. Lowe's position is almost as silly.
  5. Mosaics you’re still on the hunt for

    Regret not gettin' 109 when I could've.
  6. Blue Note Lost Sessions CD

    not sure there is vinyl for this, unlike the Lost Grooves on BN...
  7. Blue Note's TONE POET series.

    There is some 78rpm & 10" era stuff I don't got yet, but I'd rather have cheap CDs of that.
  8. Blue Note's TONE POET series.

    Bought Contours @ my local bricks 'n mortar, flat clean quiet plays and looks great. $35 is a lot to me but it was worth it in this case for something I only had on a homemade K7. Might by Chant by Donald Byrd, maybe Joe Hen vol 2...but everything else in this series and the cheaper one I- if I'm at all interested I already have some kinda copy and I'm not paying that kind of $ for 'upgrades'.
  9. Trying to help out Mosaic by suggesting sets

    The only way I'd get FR on BN is if it included the unissued session.
  10. This, to me, is unprecedented.

    Paul Harvey v. Ken Nordine, good listening! https://www.forbes.com/sites/joevogel/2019/01/29/what-you-should-know-about-the-new-michael-jackson-documentary/?fbclid=IwAR0aE35pxK9V7WoJT1t2l6IjOvRve6DRnL2Ch_0eCXQR7fbaR3VBcpKCqlo#41dd806f640f not connected!
  11. Blue Note's TONE POET series.

    I'm good with my rainbow series Etc., but I will be getting the Rivers and Byrd. 2nd side of Etc. is sublime.