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  • Birthday 10/05/1950

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  1. The Airplane from XPN’s “Woodstock as it Happened” “Alright friends, you have seen the heavy groups, now you will see morning maniac music, believe me, yeah… It’s the new dawn.” What a way to bring in the day. Yeah Grace!
  2. Houston Record Convention

    Quite a haul for $75. Congrats.
  3. Jazzmeia Horn - Love and Liberation

    The only thing I’ve heard of hers is Social Call, which was nicely done.
  4. Woodstock 50th Anniversary Releases

    Talk about eBay craziness, the 38cd box sold for a shade under $3,000 tonight
  5. Name of Tony Scott's first wife?

    Post of the day!
  6. Peter Fonda, R.I.P.

    An icon of our generation has gone. RIP.
  7. John Coltrane - Blue World

    Article in Rolling Stone: Hear John Coltrane’s Previously Unreleased ‘Blue World’ From 1964 Soundtrack Session
  8. Disc 3 yesterday. The Santana set was electrifying. Unfortunately, my memory fails me as to my reaction when I heard their first record.
  9. Black & Blue Records - CD Offer

    When I lived in Barcelona in the mid 60s, August turned Barcelona and the beach areas into Little Germany.
  10. Forgot to add that I too have tinnitus (not due to loud listening though) and, in addition, my hearing is not the greatest anymore. Hearing aids can help with that. They make kinds that are both unobtrusive and generally comfortable. At any rate, I don’t worry about buying the best sounding CDs anymore. Like Bresna and probably others, I do a lot of listening in my car.
  11. Black & Blue Records - CD Offer

    Don’t think so. I remember Germany taking the month off, not to mention I’ve been trying to get ahold of a client in Munich for a couple of weeks and not one email has been returned.
  12. Black & Blue Records - CD Offer

    That has been my experience too. If you want or need something done from somebody in Europe, it ain’t gonna happen in August, this year or any year!
  13. A couple of points: if you don’t listen to them anymore, just get rid of them the quickest way possible. Less aggravation. I know some forum members have some good ideas but sometimes you just want to be rid of them. I’d make an exception for Japanese CDs but there is also a lot of them online now so the price you receive may not be as it was several years ago.
  14. I agree with Felser. Do it here. I’ve done it on eBay as well and listing them on eBay and shipping them depends on a lot of factors such as how much time you have, patience and so forth. Not everyone wants to do that. Because there are so many CDs listed on eBay or Discogs, you need to be patient as they may take awhile to sell. I had listed a bunch of CDs here. A few sold but many didn’t. I listed a few on eBay and some sold but due to the amount of money I would receive, the time involved in listing and shipping, I eventually wound up selling the remainder to Princeton Record Exchange. Yes, not much return but just glad to get rid of them Once I sell something, it’s out of sight, out of mind so I don’t regret anything I’ve sold, especially if you need the room.