hgweber

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  1. Unheard Miles and Coltrane.

  2. Unheard Miles and Coltrane.

    ron washington
  3. Lou Donaldson's Here 'Tis

    yeah, i wish i had it.
  4. i did not use software but noticed that sonnymoon was almost in A. but i just did run some software after reading your post. according to my software sonny's "Bb" is at 223,5 hz, a regular Bb should be 233hz. A is 220 as you know, so it is almost a semi-tone
  5. the loosdrecht is almost a semi-tone flat...
  6. For completists only....

    yeah. i think i have most of raney's recorded output including many bootlegs. same for doug. i also have almost everything roland prince ever recorded, again including many bootlegs. i got most of grant green's recordings including the unissued KD and quebec, complete session reels from his BN sessions, etc. i got most of wes montgomery (anyone got the unissued portions of ronnie scotts?) and probably one of the largest pat martino collections out there, including the unreleased vanguard album and tons of live recordings from the 60s until 2018.
  7. Jazz For A Sunday Afternoon Vol. 2: The Guitars

    we've been through this before... Blues similar to cantaloupe GG Blues KB Darn that Dream AZ Straight No Chaser AZ Extensions AZ
  8. Jazz For A Sunday Afternoon Vol. 2: The Guitars

    newport july 4 1966, guitar workshop
  9. Art Blakey 3/8/59 Unreleased Blue Note Sess

    -running blue note records in 1959 is not the same as curating the historic cataloge in 2019. if a jazz messenger session didn't work out in 1959, no problem, just schedule another session. we do not have that luxury. and why would it be worth a sigh if someone wants to listen beyond the official? i thought that was normal, lol. -of course there is no "right" to hear everything, who claimed that? is there some sort of "moral" obligation not to let historically important works of art rot in a basement until they burn one day? maybe? in other art forms it is rather common to donate pieces of art to a museum. is it so laughable that a 1959 jazz messenger recording might be dotated to some institute? or BN records opening their own historic website, podcast, youtube channel or whatever?
  10. Art Blakey 3/8/59 Unreleased Blue Note Sess

    i'm sure you're trying to be condescending but i'm appearently even to thick for that.
  11. Art Blakey 3/8/59 Unreleased Blue Note Sess

    grant isn't good on standards either. on the whole, the trio session is much worse than the quebec imo. so i dont really buy the aesthetic angle there. and does it have to be good to be released? is there no historic value to the recordings of the best in their field? i understand if it*s not released because of money. but surely there are no reputations at stake?
  12. RIP Ruud Jacobs

    just heard the sad news. RIP.
  13. Art Blakey 3/8/59 Unreleased Blue Note Sess

    does this kind of stuff happen in classical music as well? are there people sitting on unpublished mozart pieces claiming they are not good enough for release? btw i am convinced that the grant green sessions (the one with kelly an the trio standards date) were only released to cash in on the grant green "revival" a few years back. both are not very good, to put it mildly. grant seems starstruck on the kelly date and totally uninspired on the standards date. otoh, he is totally on fire on the unreleased date with quebec...
  14. Frank Paparelli

    yeah, i thought along similar lines. i think he maybe was going for the B7 E7/ A7 D7/G7 C7/ F7 Bb7/etc. cliche. but it sounds so unlike all the standard licks and cycle runs that were played over that progression at that time by byas et al. btw to me the cycle of fifths (i actually prefer to see it counter-clockwise as the cycle of fourths, since chords *fall* a fifth to their resolution) and the chromatic scale are just two sides of the same coin.