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  1. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Inspired by earlier posts. Rolling Stones - Let It Bleed (abkco sacd)
  2. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Never seen that cover before! Turns out I have that album (cd) with a different cover. More importantly, fine music Now playing, Julius Hemphill Big Band (1988)
  3. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Herb Robertson Brass Ensemble - Shades of Bud Powell (JMT/Polydor)
  4. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Andrew Hill Trio (Alan Silva / Freddie Waits) - Strange Serenade
  5. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    I more or less feel the same as you Paul. For the Marion Brown though the extra track is available as a inexpensive download (in case you weren't already aware). Don't know if you do downloads, I do in situations like this (I have the CD you have). Saves me shelf space as well! BUT, note that the titles are mixed up. Track 4 (titled as Exhibition) is in fact Mephistopheles and Track 3 is Exhibition. @optatio thanks for that list. Fwiw, the Bandcamp download is exactly the same as 7 digital (messed up titles). Edit: Now playing ... Various Artists - Opus De Bop (Savoy/Denon CD)
  6. What Are You Watching

    That Milestones video was great! ...and kids won't just stop at Miles either - seen this one?
  7. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Jimmy Lyons - The Box Set (Ayler Records, 5cd) CD1 - Quartet with Malik, Burnett & Smart.
  8. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Keith Tippett Octet - The Nine Dances Of Patrick O'Gonogon. Very good album. I ordered a second copy of this via Discus Music (to gift) after reading the thread about Tippett's health issue.
  9. Keith Tippett unwell and needs our help

    Another thanks for the heads up.
  10. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Great idea, I'll join you Roland Hanna - Swing Me No Waltes (Storyville)
  11. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Jimmy Knepper Quintet - Cunningbird (SteepleChase)
  12. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    I'll have to check that out Bill Now playing, Alan Skidmore, Mike Osborne and John Surman (Ogun, 1975)
  13. Selling CDRs on eBay. Legal?

    Brad, Have you seen this thread at the Hoffman Forum? These OJC CD-Rs are legit and also sold at a major brick & mortar store down here (JB HiFi). Naturally, there's also been an accompanying price increase with these discs. These are not the same as the Amazon on Demand cds. I've also found a few Blue Note titles as well. Heck, even a Deutsche Grammophon Classical CD! I agree 100% with Allen Lowe above. As far as returning them though, I recently purchased a Classical Cd from Lyrita via ebay. Turns out it was a CD-R with awful print quality (almost illegible) for the the booklet. First and only time I complained, Lyrita/Ebay returned me this message... "Dear Customer, We will refund you Note this would be the only way you can purchase this item and MOD/manufactured on demand is coming big as labels do not want to keep stock on commersially [sic] small items Kind regards " My issue is that CD-Rs should be labelled as such, though I'm more understanding of the smaller labels doing this than I am from Concord (OJC), etc.
  14. Happy Birthday Soulpope

    Happy Birthday! I hope your celebrating!
  15. BFT 170 Discussion Thread

    Track 1 - The tune is "Indian Cradle Song" (rec.1930). But I haven't worked out why it's included!
  16. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Absolutely Speaking of great Byas, now playing this one, Savoy Jam Party-The Savoy Sessions (Recorded 1944-45, Savoy/Denon)
  17. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Don Byas - Paris recordings, 1947-52
  18. BFT 170 Discussion Thread

    That scene never gets old for me. Even Fred Astaire was a fan, apparently! But those "splits" - ouch! About 20 years ago I was buying up the then new "Jazz in Paris" series and Nicholas was on one of them. Eight standards, all very enjoyable. I hadn't realized it was the same guy as the dancer though. Agreed about Nat King Cole btw. Just re-read the liners and apparently Nicholas "adored King Cole, Sinatra and Joe Williams". This is the CD I have...
  19. BFT 170 Discussion Thread

    Big fan of Blind Willie Johnson. Track 9 is by Harold Nicholas (tap-dancing, ex husband of Dorothy Dandridge!) recorded in Paris, 1959.
  20. Who's playing bass?

    I remember listening to a podcast of Charles Tolliver in conversation, where he talked about Slugs saloon. He mentions that both he and Hank Mobley played there "a lot" (though not necessarily together), between 1962-65. But they did play together at Hank's house! He mentions Mobley from 18.40, but I recommend listening to all of it! Mentions John Ore earlier as well.
  21. Who's playing bass?

    Charles Tolliver on trumpet!
  22. Who's playing bass?

    John Ore on bass? (Hank for sure)
  23. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Yes! ...and the wonderful album with Harry Beckett You inspired me to play it now, Johnny Dyani Quartet - Angolian Cry (SteepleChase, 1985)