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  1. Synthesizer Patch Settings Sheets

    Have you checked Muffwiggler? Also:
  2. Tenorman Tom Archia

    Well, there are Texas (Houston) roots to consider, too. See also: Illinois Jacquet and Arnett Cobb.
  3. Not to be confused with: (Seriously, very interesting; thanks for posting this!)
  4. Was Marty Paich leading his own bands by this point in his career, or just doing studio work? I'm guessing the latter.
  5. Hmmmm, intriguing!
  6. Rick Hall R.I.P

  7. Rick Hall R.I.P

    RIP Patches.
  8. Chet Baker, misjudged?

    Thanks for sharing that!
  9. Well, hell. Godspeed.
  10. LPs that have never made it into CD

    Good to know! Thanks Larry. I recall some, but not all of these details. I can only hope these plans finally do come to fruition.
  11. LPs that have never made it into CD

    That Don Joseph Uptown record is still MIA in any digital format. Date: June 2 & 3, 1984 Location: Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ Label: Uptown Don Joseph (ldr), Al Cohn (ts), Don Joseph (c), Bill Triglia (p), Red Mitchell (b), Joey Baron (d) a. a-01 Ash Wednesday Blues - 4:54 (Don Joseph) b. a-02 But Beautiful - 9:15 (Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke) c. a-03 Indian Summer - 6:25 (Victor Herbert, Al Dubin) d. b-01 Stumbling - 5:14 (Zez Confrey) e. b-02 It Might As Well Be Spring - 8:54 (Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II) f. b-03 When Lights Are Low - 5:58 (Benny Carter, Spencer Williams) All titles on: Uptown LP 12": UP 27.23 — One Of A Kind (1985)