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  • Interests West Coast Jazz, Hank Mobley, Genesis, Mexican food, Susan Sarandon movies, all Lee Morgan albums, classical ballet music on 78 rpm format

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  1. Grant Green french TV '69, 43 min of grant

    thank you dog!
  2. The Grateful Dead Dark Star

    dead and co are doin milestones, not a tease, not a quote, the whole thing head solo solo head......dogggggggggg
  3. Miles at the Haig

    very interesting- i see a lot of those xanadu releases i like have his name on them
  4. Sonny Rollins endows ensemble at Oberlin

    i like how its not just teaching people how to be good musicans but how to be good people as well!
  5. Miles at the Haig

    did the Haig just let people record or something, there are a lot of good tapes from it
  6. What 78 are you spinning right now ?

    DOG: THE HARPISCORD SOLO DISC IS INCREDIBLE::::: IT IS THE 1ST BLUE NOTE FUSION RECORD. IT COULD OF BEEN PRODUCED BY DR. GEORGE BUTLER. MEADE L.L.- ON HARPSICHORD,SOUNDS LIKE HES PLAYING A CLAV!!!!!!!!
  7. What 78 are you spinning right now ?

    freaking just scored chicago in mind/twos n fews BN4 and a meade harpsidcord record bn 19
  8. Blue Note Review - By Subscription Only

    wait why didnt they make a cool bn turntable mat,i could of designed a betterone i thought it was an "onion" style thing at 1st,that "jazz is not a crime" mat says it all.....that has zero blue note casche. did you see that? there must be some 1%'er type market out there somewhere that we dont know about, that is going to get this. real fans want new vault tapes.
  9. Blue Note Review - By Subscription Only

    Don Was might of produced Love Shack so I should trust him, but I kind of dont.....
  10. The Lost Dauntless Session of Philly Joe Jones w/ Elmo Hope, John Gilmore

    wow. gilmore (and sun ra) are also onthis dantless (a sub. of audiofidelity [old audiofidelity)
  11. Pharoah Sanders

    Pharoah is killin it right now.....his duo shows this year were some of THE best jazz shows ive seen in the 2010s
  12. The Grateful Dead Dark Star

    oh god, im failing....hold on one sec.... heres the show i meant!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! listen to the shakedown https://archive.org/details/gd79-05-11.gato.vernon.19268.sbeok.shnf
  13. The Grateful Dead Dark Star

    Binghampton '79 is THE greatest Shakedown St. ever jammed
  14. Muhal Richard Abrams - RIP

    RIP
  15. Obscure Albums You've Heard and Think Everyone Else Should

    I actually would like to know how many ppl have this,- it has to be my best jazz discovery all year. ive seen it once before years ago and passed- but now i have it. its so good i need to upgrade to a sealed copy. Immagine if Al Jarreau got to make 10 years of jazz albums between 1965-1975, one of the greatest missed opportunites in jazz IMO......