jcam_44

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  1. Los Angeles Jazz Institute (LAJI) CDs

    I checked while at Amoeba today and still no luck
  2. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Lonnie Holley - Mith it doesn't get more pivotal than this
  3. Apple is getting rid of iTunes: report

    Basically its taking iTunes and breaking it up. All the music will be on one app, including your personal library, podcasts in another. I'm assuming video/movies in a third. Makes sense, given the death of the iPod which housed all three. Your phone already breaks it up.
  4. Discogs Problem

    I've received scratched cd's and I've had people try to lie about condition. General rule for me is if they say its scratched I'll request they return it.
  5. Marcus Selby Orchestra - Transitions

    I'm going to try and catch Marcus at the end of May while were on vacation in SF.
  6. Discogs Collection option

    On the desktop the info is very easy to search, sort, and gives you the ability to pull some data.
  7. Discogs Collection option

    Collectorz pulls the basic info from discogs usually. By that I mean label, year, song title ans length of available. I add artists, instruments, where it was recorded and media type. How much I paid and where I bought it too. It’s easy since once you add a detail it will auto pop next time you start typing it, which saves time. I also usually change the artwork to a higher resolution. The app doesn’t have as much detailed info but I do everything on my desktop and sync it with my app every couple of months.
  8. Discogs Collection option

    If your looking to sell your collection then collectorz isn’t really the organizer for you unless you want it to catalog your sales. There are details to add that information.
  9. Discogs Collection option

    I’ve been using collectorz for a long time. It’s worth the price.
  10. George Clinton & P-Funk All Stars ‎– Funk Um Agin... For The First Time
  11. LF Richard Grossman CD

    I found an additional copy at Amoeba yesterday, let me know if you want it.
  12. Piano Lessons.

    That's awesome
  13. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    T-Lou And His Los Angeles Zydeco Band. picked up yesterday at a local record shop still sealed. Excellent album.
  14. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    As background music while I was working I found it pleasant enough. I didn't find anything memorable through.
  15. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Rashid Bakr Quintet - Earth Native I really wish this band was documented more
  16. Favorite Horn Trio Records

    never heard this one but after a 3min sample, its been ordered
  17. Favorite Horn Trio Records

    Gavin Templeton - Some Spinning, Some At Rest This album is incredible. also the follow up on Quartet formation Ballast with Joshua White on piano.
  18. Who knows, It appears the reduced price was only on Amazon so I'm inclined to believe some algorithm caused it to drop unbeknownst to Sunnyside whom I would assume have a wholesale price for orders.
  19. Christian Scott released a new album, which appears to be a self release available on bandcamp. I recently got the cd, I hold his music in high regard and he got me started with my journey into jazz with his Anthem album. As most do with jazz, I have moved past his Anthem album but have always felt he was growing as a player and more as a songwriter. Yesterday You Said Tomorrow is still, and will probably always be one of my favorite albums. I've listened to about half of Stretch Music. Although it does groove, I'm not in the head space to absorb it right now, it was sounding unfinished to me. I was trying to listen to it after Malcolm Goldstein "Live at Fire Valley" and the new Nate Wooley "(Dance To) The Early Music", so it could just be me. Anyone else had had a chance to hear it and have any thoughts?
  20. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Disappointing but unfortunately that has happened time and time again. The one recent success I can think of it the Black Art Jazz Collective.