jcam_44

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  1. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    From what I recall the DVD was a bit of A disappointment. On a coincidence though I just finished: Christian Scott - Yesterday You Said Tomorrow this album is timeless to me. I can put it on and am completely immersed in it.
  2. Jonas Kullhammar - The Half Naked Truth (disc 1)
  3. P-Original - Regeneration
  4. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Gregory Porter - All Rise Rick Countryman/Simon Tan/Christian Bucher - Blue Spontaneity Rick Countryman/Yong Yandsen/Simon Tan/Sabu Toyozumi - Voices of the Spirit
  5. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    I have this one. It’s fantastic! I also have a couple of his more experimental releases under gdg and the things I found to be true album.
  6. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    I was not!!! I have ordered it from his site. Thanks for the heads up! I also ordered Michael Cochrane with Lines if Reason - MC2001 on the off chance Mr. Gross is on it too!
  7. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Lines of Reason David Alan Gross was so freaking good. I wish there was more recordings available.
  8. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Tatsuya Takahashi & The Tokyo Union - Scandinavian Suite composed by Bingo Miki
  9. So I was on Apple Music and it looks like the digital run time of this album is 1 hr 22 mins. Looks like they constrained the vinyl to 3 songs due to time. Makes since, otherwise it would be an 3-LP set. I can see a new label being hesitant on jumping out the gate with that.
  10. I wonder if the cd version is the same as your tape. The cd shows a 1990 recorded date In Hollywood at Stage and Sound, but the dark tree book says it was recorded in 87 which coincides with your 89 tape date.
  11. Super cool. Crazy how that album still sounds fresh 30 years later
  12. That’s the way I understand it. This is on a label Michael Session son is a part of. Sounds like there may be multiple live tapes out there so I’m excited for what may come.
  13. Vinyl Outselling CD's

    Everyone seems to want info on who buys what and who owns what listening to what by what means but for what reason? My music collection is my hobby and I’ve come to terms with it, no matter the format and I don’t expect others to have the same hobby. People only bought records/tapes/cds because that’s the only way you used to be able to hear the music on demand. It’s not some great mystery to be unlocked.
  14. I love Tapscott but Michael Session is the reason I sprung for this. His Session N Session album is desert island for me and I have 3 copies. If I see it in the wild I always feel compelled to buy it. Saw this release on Bandcamp. Looks like vinyl and digital only. I sprung for the “bootleg” copy. https://horacetapscottmichaelsession.bandcamp.com/album/horace-tapscott-michael-session-live-in-avignon-france-1989