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  1. Nice! Definitely adding this to my list.
  2. Lew Tabackin

    Good call, Dmitry. Yes, outstanding. No pianist. Sax trio! CORRECTION: Bill Goodwin is the drummer on this recording, not Manne. I mis-remembered and the Discogs entry incorrectly lists Manne (for the IC issue). The back cover of the Inner City LP actually states that Goodwin is the drummer. Still, primo Tabackin!
  3. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    and Disc 5 - Originally released as LPs California Soul and Eternal Equinox
  4. Lew Tabackin

    Yep. https://www.discogs.com/release/2036418-Shelly-Manne-Essence Terrific record.
  5. Lew Tabackin

    This overlooked Shelly Manne LP from 1977 features outstanding playing by Tabackin: Five of seven tracks on tenor; two cuts on flute.
  6. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    Tito Puente - The Legend (Tico, 1977) El Rey del Timbal con Santos Colon
  7. Warped vinyl

    Ooof. Left out in the sun?
  8. Here's what he looks like: I'd estimate that he's 12", maybe 14" tall -- from top of his head to the tip of his tail. The striped tail-feathers are what distinguished the "red shouldered" hawk. When he opens those wings, it's impressive!
  9. The red-shouldered hawk that lives in my backyard makes sure that the squirrel population is "managed" 'round these parts. In our yard, I've stumbled across dessicated squirrel carcasses split open along the belly and picked clean. Only some fur and a bit of bone left. A few years ago, I was lucky enough to watch "our" hawk fall out of the sky and land directly on top of a snake. The hawk grabbed the snake with his talons and away he went. Jaw droppingly FAST and efficient. The creek that runs along the back boundary of our property draws all sorts of wildlife.
  10. Last track before you go to sleep

    Ouch! I like those LPs -- and not for their "somnabulistic" properties. I suppose it's a case of de gustibus and all that. Incidentally, I never got the Select either. But only because the vinyl seemed sufficient.
  11. Last track before you go to sleep

    My go-to for insomnia is usually Ellington. I like to queue up his mood pieces from the 30s. Stuff like "Azure" or "Subtle Lament." The Ellington Indigos album works well too.
  12. Hooray for JA! Very interesting story.
  13. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Totally unknown to me. Will give it a listen. Mickey Tucker's presence is always a plus. Thanks for the heads-up.