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  1. Otis Spann Candid CDs

    My Candid CDs Otis Spann Is the Blues and Walking Blues contains 6 and 7 bonus tracks unlisted in booklets. I can't found information on Internet about these tracks, any help? Thanks.
  2. Otis Spann Candid CDs

    Thanks, Chuck. Well, only three bonus tracks rest unidentified (I don't know what boogie is 'Cow Cow blues', maybe 11) . Great albums, and the bonus tracks are great too, even some of the best, the unidentified blues is thrilling. Otis Spann is the blues: 11. ??? unidentified boogie 3'19'' 12. Can't stand your evil ways 3'42'' 13. Talkin' the blues 5'43'' 14. Baby child 4'26'' 15. ??? unidentified boogie 4'16'' 16. ??? unidentified blues 6'37'' Walkin' the blues: 12. Takin' the blues 5'19'' 13. It hurts me too 4'55'' 14. One doggone reason 2'40'' 15. Strange woman too 3'51'' 16. The girl i love 3'48'' 17. Come day, go day 4'10'' 18. Baby child 4'04''
  3. More Concord RVGs?

    The next batch (February, 6): Miles Davis, Cookin' Sonny Rollins, Plus 4 John Coltrane, Traneing In Jackie McLean, 4,5 & 6 Pat Martino, El Hombre
  4. Prestige RVGs

    Another batch of five Prestige RVG's just announced on cduniverse for September 12: Miles Davis, Workin' Eric Dolphy, Outward bound Charles Earland, Black talk! Coleman Hawkins, At ease with C.H. Sonny Rollins, Tenor madness
  5. Hi, can you give me some suggestion for my first visit to Copenhagen next week, cd stores, jazz venues, something else? I will be also in Malmo, Lund and other near cities. Thanks.
  6. Did a little bird tell you? So far I can't find anyone saying that... YIKES! Spanish radio station and online newspaper say that. Read this L'Equipe article: French media indeed hinting at Landis by now! He pulled out of a Dutch race yesterday and will be out of the Jyske Bank Grand Prix race in Denmark today! Would be more bad cycling news if he is out of those races because of the doping story Very sad if that's true, even with a spanish new winner of the Tour. Spanish media say Landis is the main suspect and the radio station Cadena Ser mention "testosterona" is the doping substance.
  7. Did a little bird tell you? So far I can't find anyone saying that... YIKES! Spanish radio station and online newspaper say that. Read this L'Equipe article:
  8. Steve Lacy / Mal Waldron

    I found this new cd (a live at Bimhuis previously unnisued) at Den Haag's Jazz Center and it's my favorite listening last days. What a great recording!
  9. Prestige RVGs

    These five RVG's aren't yet on the concord web, but this is the cduniverse link to Monk & Rollins:
  10. Prestige RVGs

    Five more Prestige RVG's (July 18): Mose Allison, Mose Allison sings Richard 'Groove' Holmes, Soul message Yusef Lateef, Eastern sounds Oliver Nelson, Screaming the blues Thelonious Monk, and Sonny Rollins Just announced on cduniverse.
  11. June 2006 Connoisseur CDs sell these for €11.50, and they are also in The Hague. I will travel to Netherlands this summer again.
  12. ¿True or false? ¿Who knows? Only a warning for the foreigners: today is "Santos Inocentes" here in Spain (equivalent to April Fool's Day).
  13. Ebay craziness

    From Dusty Groove: Chet Baker -- Koln Concert Featuring Dick Twardzik . . . CD . . . $11.99 (Item: 403314) RLR (Spain), 1955 Condition: New Copy A previously-unissued treasure from the Chet Baker tour of Europe in 1955 -- a rare live performance that features some of the last recorded work by pianist Dick Twardzik! The concert is presented here in its near-entirety -- complete with an announcement from promoter Gigi Campi, and a few spoken bits by Chet that offer a nice glimpse of his presence on the bandstand -- but it's the music itself that's the real highlight here, as the quartet of Baker, Twardzik, bassist Jimmy Bond, and drummer Peter Littman come off with a harder edge than some of Baker's studio sides from back home -- showing some of the more soulful aspects of Chet's work that would show up near the end of the 50s, and also presenting some of Twardzik's most strongly voiced work on the keys! Recording quality is relatively strong, and titles include "Exitus", "Imagination", "Tommyhawk", "Yellow Tango", "CTA", "Cool Blues", and "I'll Remember April".
  14. Claxton's european signing tour, today here at FNAC Madrid:
  15. 25 jazz records: A selection

    For me: 1917-42: 9 missing (too much...) 1943-59: 1 missing (Russell) 1960-79: 1 missing (Sun Ra) 1980-00: 4 missing (Bowie, Masada, WSQ, Braxton)
  16. 25 jazz records: A selection

    Cecil Taylor "Unit structures" and Bud Powell" Jazz Giant are on the 40 "Complementaries" list.
  17. Legacy reissues July 26

    From Alan's web: NEW Art Blakey - Drum Suite (Columbia/Legacy) July 26 NEW Bob Brookmeyer - Bob Brookmeyer & Friends (Columbia/Legacy) July 26 NEW Stan Getz - The Best of Two Worlds (Columbia/Legacy) July 26 NEW Dexter Gordon - Manhattan Symphonie (Columbia/Legacy) July 26 NEW Ahmad Jamal - The Legendary Okeh & Epic Recordings (Columbia/Legacy) July 26 NEW Gerry Mulligan - Jeru (Columbia/Legacy) July 26 NEW Woody Shaw - Stepping Stones: Live at the Village Vanguard (Columbia/Legacy) July 26 — includes bonus material NEW Horace Silver - Silver's Blue (Columbia/Legacy) July 26 ¿any comments...?
  18. Hi, Good news from the old Europe. I buy all the serie this morning here in Spain (the cd's are made in Austria) and they don't have any indications of copyprotection and they play and copy fine on the computer.
  19. Jazz cd shops in Berlin

    I'll be in a few weeks in Berlin. Does anyone know of some good shops for jazz cd's?
  20. Jazz cd's stores in Stockholm

    Thanks, Bev. I found many small shops around St. Eriksgatan. The most interesting is Andra, in Ronstrandgatan, tons of jazz vinyls and cds. I liked Stockholm, what a beautiful city! Sadly, I'm in Madrid again.
  21. I'm in North Sea Jazz Friday and Sunday in different concerts: Friday: - Andrew Hill, yes, very free, almost William Parker Little Huey comes to my mind. - ICP Orchestra, the european side of jazz. - Henry Threadgill Zooid, great rhythm, strange combination: sax, tuba, acoustic guitar, drums, oud, cello, with tuba and cello changing to trombone when Treadgill on flute. - Perico Sambeat, the spanish sax with Mehldau and Rosenwinkel Sunday: - Paal Nilssen-Love / Ken Vandermark duo, not the best Vandermark posible, but Paal and his wall sound is the star here. - Don Byron Quartet, good on clarinet, strong Giant Steps, but not really on tenor sax, ominous Body and Soul. - John Zorn Acoustic Masada, what a band, the best moments of my weekend, with Zorn really impressive. - Randy Weston African Rhythms, a classic. And what a nice city Deen Haag. Cayetano. Sadly, I'm in Madrid again.
  22. Buddy Rich "Blues Caravan" on Verve

    No alternate takes in LPR series, just the LP. Very nice Late Date & I Remember Clifford, but too much Buddy's solo drums for my taste on Blowin' the blues away & Caravan.
  23. 2004 Davis Cup Final

    Five months later the one who isn't Moya is a top five player.
  24. Lars Gullin ships to the UE.
  25. Help me remember an album/artist

    Maybe Don Sleet?