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  1. Tower Records

    Like others when I visited NYC I would go to the Tower Records in the Village and particularly the Annex. Not far from there was Other Records (?), which is now closed. When we visited Tokyo about 7-8 years ago, my wife and daughter went to Disneyland-I went to the Tower Records store in Shibuya: That was great.
  2. Sheila Jordan

    recent Calgary article on Sheila courtesy of the Mosaic Sunday Gazette:
  3. Sheila Jordan

    Turned 90 on 11-18-18. Had a concert/party at the Rosendale Café in Kingston NY area last night and another in two days at the Blue Note
  4. More unheard Herbie Nichols!!!

    "I'm not clear who wrote the piece"-Don Sickler perhaps because he posted the information and the last paragraph is attributed to him?
  5. vinyl and download only No cd-sh**t.
  6. This group is: Donny McCaslin: Tenor, Soprano Saxophones Ingrid Jensen: Trumpet Gary Versace: Piano David Ambrosio: Bass Adam Nussbaum: Drums
  7. Some choices all afternoon up and down the valley 1. Dianne Reeves at the Troy Music Hall in Troy for a 3 PM concert. 2. A Benefit concert for the Creative Music Studio scheduled from 5 -10:30 PM at The Beverly Lounge in Kingston, NY. Featured bands: John Medeski & Billy Martin of Medeski Martin & Wood as "Shack Party" with Jesse Murphy (Norah Jones) and Danny Blume (The Lounge Lizards) The CMS Improvisers Orchestra (20 musicians!) conducted by Karl Berger LEGACY (Ingrid Sertso, Karl Berger, Ken Filiano, Steven Bernstein, Billy Martin & Peter Apfelbaum) Ben Vida with Fred Lonberg-Holm more information: 3. Joe McPhee with Chris Corsano at Tubby's in Kingston at 7:30 PM. 4. Eric Person at The Falcon in Marlborough at 8 PM.
  8. At the UpFront Exhibition Space:
  9. Chico Freeman, Marlborough, NY 1/26

    I intend to go. Saw this same group tearing up Caffe Lena in Saratoga Springs earlier this month. Chuck Lamb is a really fine pianist.
  11. McPhee/Bisio/Longberg-Holm/Sultan 1-25-20 Kingston, NY

    There are more concerts in the Kingston/Hudson/Catskill area than those held at The Beverly, e.g., Alvaro Domene's "Singularity" series, Michael Bisio's Sunday afternoon concerts at the Lace Mill (the Matt Shipp Trio played their last November [?]), Bobby Previte's Sunday night concerts at the Avalon Lounge (and before that at the Hi Lo). Consider "friending" Fred Longberg-Holm, Previte and Alvaro Domene on Facebook. Or go to Alvaro's, Previte's and Michael Bisio's respective websites and ask to be put on their mailing lists. In Kingston, check out Tubby's and the Kingston Artists Collective. Tubby's has a McPhee/Corsano concert scheduled in the end of February. Perhaps you are aware of Planet Arts' duo series in Catskill in April, May and June.
  12. The Falcon, Marlboro, NY

    nice article about Tony Falco, the owner of The Falcon.
  13. 4 PM set at The Lace Mill, Kingston, NY: Guillermo Gregorio (clarinet) Mat Maneri (viola) Michael Bisio (bass) Fred Longberg-Holm (cello) one hour set of three separate improvisations. 8 PM set at The Falcon in Marlboro, NY: Tisziji Munoz (guitar) Paul Shaffer (piano) Don Pate (bass) Tony Falco (drums) Bob Moses (drums) + unidentified percussionist another one hour +/- set. Tisziji Muñoz / Guitar Don Pate / Bass Tony Falco / Drums Ra-Kalam Bob Moses / Drums Special Guest Paul Shaffer / Piano
  14. Sunday, January 5, 2020 doubleheader

    Yup-Paul Shaffer of Letterman fame. Shaffer his a long-time friend of Munoz as explained on Munoz's wikipedia entry. Multiple drummers worked fine. I have not see Munoz in concert for around 15 years. My memory was that he was more dissonant years ago than last night. Now he sounded sort of like Jimi Hendrix in a jazz setting. Longberg-Holm was great as were the 3 other musicians.
  15. February 14, 7 PM: Aimée Allen, vocals Armen Donelian, piano Jay Anderson, bass Jeff Siegel, drums February 15: 2 PM: 3 solo piano performances with Kevin Hays, Francesca Tanksley and Cidino Teixeira. 7 PM. Billy Harper quintet with Freddie Hendrix, Francesca Tanksley, Hwansu Kang, and Aaron Scott February 16: 11 AM: Free Film Screening of "I called him Morgan" with introduction by Billy Harper 4 PM: Slavic Soul Party
  16. saw them last night at Mass Moca in North Adams, MA. with Carmen Staaf on piano and Tony Scherr on bass. enjoyed it alot. Heard Billy Cobham's Crosswinds project at The Egg in Albany, NY this past Thursday. On October 31, 2019 I intend to hear Dom MInasi with Tomas Ulrich and Ratzo Harris at the Spring Street Gallery in Saratoga Springs, NY.
  17. At Quinn's in Beacon, NY on November 17, 2019 8 pm
  18. What live music are you going to see tonight?

    I was the same Ingrid Laubrock concert as relyles. Caught the Miles Davis documentary in Hudson Last night. Off to see Frank Wakefield, a bluegrass mandolin player, at the Parting Glass in Saratoga Springs tonight. Tomorrow night I plan on catching the Tony Malaby trio with Ben Monder and Billy Mintz at the Falcon in Marlboro And if I am really ambitious I might see Alvaro Domene, Michael Bisio and Nick Lyons at the Lace Mill in Kingston earlier in that afternoon.
  19. No value?

    I have a 2017 Subaru with one of those CD players integrated with all of the other technologies. always listen to cds.-still have so many to listen to for the first time. never stream. never bother setting up the blue tooth in the car since I never saw the need to receive or send phone calls while driving.
  20. probably already known by the member residents of NYC:
  21. two nights at The Falcon in Marlboro, NY September 7th and 8th
  22. Two nights. Michael Bisio (bass), Whit Dickey (drums), Kirk Knuffke (cornet) and Fred Lonberg-Holm (cello) Saturday, August 24th at the Modern Folk Art Gallery, 75 N. 2nd Street, Hudson, NY at 6:30 PM Sunday, August 25th, at The Beverly (back room), 224 Foxhall, Kingston, NY at 7:30 PM (usually do not start on time here-what a surprise!)
  23. What live music are you going to see tonight?

    A Tribute to Nick Brignola at Central Park in Schenectady last night, July 31. Free concert. Headliners were Joe Magnarelli, Gary Smulyan, Tim Ray (piano), John Lockwood (bass) and Dave Calarco (drums). Opening act was the SUNY Schenectady Jazz Faculty.
  24. Dave Hammons Celebrate Ornette Box set
  25. What live music are you going to see tonight?

    DARIUS JONES’ SHADES OF BLACK Darius Jones on Alto, Sam Newsome on soprano saxophone, Cooper-Moore on organ and Michael Wimberly on drums. Tonight at the Atlas in Newburgh