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  1. Happy Birthday Mikeweil

    Herzlichen Glueckwunsch!
  2. Favorite Mosaic Selects?

    Thanks for this.
  3. What music did you buy today?

    In the mail: Gerry Mulligan - Mosaic Select 21 (3CD) Lee Konitz - Live at the Half Note (2CD)
  4. Favorite Mosaic Selects?

    John Carter & Bobby Bradford, The Complete Revelation sessions, reissued by Jonathan Horwich himself for Mosaic. I love this set.
  5. Identification of an Ella, Louis, Count Basie CD

    Thanks a lot. That's it. They took 8 tracks from each of these two albums (1956 and 1963) and arranged them in alternating order for this CD. Very strange idea. This was a very expensive CD (37 German Mark, bought at Prinz in Mannheim, long gone since then). At least it sounds very good. I am surprised that this CD has not left any trace on the web, It is completely unknown even on discogs.
  6. In 1992, I bought a Japanese CD entitled "Ella with Louis Armstrong - Tenderly, with Count Basie and his Orchestra, Arrangements by Quincy Jones". Pictures are enclosed below. Today, I tried to rip this CD to my computer. To my surprise, neither the ripping program nor my music player software (Roon) was able to recognize this CD. While this happens all the time with more obscure music, I did not expect this with an Ella Fitzgerald CD. So I looked at online discographies of the involved musicians with the hope to identify this album. Without success. Does anyone here recognize the content of this CD? I assume it is probably a compilation. Unfortunately, I cannot read Japanese and it seems the recording or release dates are not mentioned. And the back of the CD
  7. Julius Hemphill

    Having a Julius Hemphill evening tonight spinning the following two records: It would be interesting to know more about G.A. Baxter whose music classes at I.M. Terrell High School in Fort Worth were attended (as is well known) by Ornette Coleman, John Carter, Dewey Redman and Julius Hemphill, among others. I wonder to what extent Mr Baxter was responsible for the jazz interests of his students. I also would like to know more about the relationship between John Carter and Julius Hemphill. It seems Carter taught clarinet to Hemphill (who was about ten years younger) but I wonder how extensive and formal these lessons were. Were these regular and paid lessons or just some informal and irregular meetings among students with similar interests? Does anyone here know more? Anyway, here's to you Mr Baxter.
  8. Miles Davis Bootleg Series Vol. 6

    Miles? Details, please :-)
  9. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Bought this recently based on recommendations in this forum. Very much enjoy it.
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