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  1. This is an out of print paperback book with the full title "Rolling Stones: an unauthorized biography in words, photographs, and music" Published in 1972 and edited by David Dalton the book has biographical articles, discography with US and English releases, film and record reviews, great photos in black and white and color, and even musical transcriptions of their albums (up to Sticky Fingers) with lyrics and chords. The book has 351 pages and is in good condition with only four pages that are loose, but mostly the binding is tight. $22.00 delivered to a US address
  2. NBA playoffs thread

    Yep!!!
  3. what I meant to say was where was Goldfinger when you needed him?
  4. Ella Fitzgerald

    I wish the city of Yonkers (her hometown) would take better care of her statue which is located at the Yonkers train station. I pass by it often and have noticed that sometimes branches are growing over it and the lights at night may not be working. She deserves better!!!
  5. Too bad Goldfinger wasn't on the plane?
  6. You are correct sir....thanks JSngry...and what a great picture of those two!!!
  7. Don Rickles, RIP

    I was a fan.....he will be missed.
  8. I saw it and posted my impressions in the Miscellaneous forum....sorry I did not know films were discussed in the Jazz in Print forum.....
  9. New Movie on Lee Morgan

    I am glad the film is well reviewed but I have to say a lot of the film is about his murderer and it is quite sympathetic to her....so I would guess some folks might not be too thrilled about that.
  10. I saw this in Manhattan Friday night....it's called "I called him Morgan" It's as much about the woman who killed Morgan as it is about him so your mileage may vary. Lots of great clips (mostly from the Jazz Messengers and I had seen most of them before) and it is great to be reminded of what a tremendous musician he was.
  11. Chuck Berry R.I.P.

    A true giant and much beloved american icon....he will be missed!
  12. Kenyon Hopkins THE HUSTLER - Expanded! From Intrada!

    I just got my copy... and it is great....the compositions and performances. Thank you TTK for bringing this to our attention!!
  13. Sonny Rollins (Road Shows)--favorite tracks

    I generally agree with those on this thread who think Road Shows Vol. 4 is an excellent Rollins album and perhaps the best of the Road Shows series. BUT I do think the second track on Vol. 4 "Professor Paul" is very weak and subpar Rollins. One more thing - the track "Disco Monk" ....I don't know about you but just the title for me is cringe-worthy and while Rollins has a number of Monk quotes in his solo....the "head" of the tune seems to me to have little to do with disco or Monk....but I like the track....just wish it had a different title.
  14. I am interested in Milk Cow Blues....what does M- mean?  Mint?

     

    If so send me your address and I will send you the $6 in cash.