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About Eric

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    Master of the Groove!
  • Birthday 11/13/1961

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  • Gender Male
  • Location Shawnee Mission, Kansas
  • Interests Music (jazz, blues, late 70s/early 80s punk/new wave, power pop), my kids!!!, KU sports, golf and the great outdoors!

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  1. What Are You Watching

    Yep, glad it is back
  2. I am Stonewall15 who wrote the question regarding plastic hard case covers for Savoy CDs.

    Are you a Savoy CD collector, as I am?

    Perhaps we could communicate.

    Dan (Stonewall15)

  3. hard plastic mini-lp covers

    Yeah, this has been an "unmet want" of mine so long that I forgot about it. Would love to hear of a source.
  4. Criss Cross New Releases

    Thanks for the update! I buy everything Sipiagin puts out.
  5. ???

    I've looked for updates for several years, but found nothing. Can't seem to find a (current) thing about him on the web.
  6. Bobby Hutcherson - Columbia Albums

    I discovered Highway One on vinyl a few years ago. I enjoyed it and it struck me as being in a similar vein as his later BN records. Pretty sure Un Poco Loco was out on CD at one point. It has John Abercrombie on guitar IIRC.
  8. Nice CJ! Was it really 30 years ago? Have it spinning right now. Sounds like an old friend.
  9. Upcoming Uptown Records releases

    Courtesy of amazon: "(2-CD set) The big band, nonet and sextet groups of bassist Oscar Pettiford are well documented across the 48 tracks on this double disc collection. Recorded between 1955-1958 at Birdland and Op's Black Pearl, Pettiford's bands include Donald Byrd, Johnny Coles, Art Farmer, J.R. Monterose, Hank Jones, Dick Katz, Shadow Wilson and many others with arrangements by Benny Golson, Gigi Gryce, Oscar Pettiford, Lucky Thompson and Ernie Wilkins."
  10. Happy Birthday ROOSTER!!

    Happy Birthday!!!
  11. Really, really enjoying this. Love the concept and track selections. "Within You, Without You" is sublime. Great cover too.
  12. Wildly above my pay grade, but thought some of our musician members might find of interest:
  13. Spun this all the way through today. Wow - what a treat. I knew the "One For One" cuts pretty well from the 1975 lp, but this thing is just chock full of intriguing and *FUN* music.
  14. Hank Mobley In Holland

    Received this from Dusty Groove and am on my second listen. It's a no-brainer if you like Hank. Sound quality is good throughout. The booklet is full of photos from his various March 1968 Dutch gigs. The notes are detailed and strive to accurately capture the context of the three distinct sessions on the CD. Well done and interesting. The Dutch sidemen are solid. Hank is clearly Hank, circa 1968. Some cuts better than others. Nice to hear Three Way Split, the only Mobley original on the set.
  15. Wow - never heard of these. Would like to own a couple ...