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  1. August 17, 2019: Mingus Big Band, Miller Outdoor Theater, Houston August 31, 2019: Charlie Musselwhite, Ally Venable, Bedford Blues Festival Robert Kimbrough, Six Springs, Dallas September 1, 2019: Nikki Hill, Robert Kimbrough, Bedford Blues Festival Benny Golson, Eddie Henderson, Riverfront Jazz Festival, Dallas Convention Center September 5, 2019: Nels Cline, Joe McPhee & Tom Rainey, The North Door, Austin September 6, 2019: Steve Smith (Drums), Plus Gourisankar (Tabla), Aboss Kosimov (Doyera), Tony Monaco (Hammond Organ), Indrajit Banerjee (Sitar), Indradeep Ghosh (Violin), Eduardo Cassapia (Oboe and Flute) and Brajeswar Mukherjee (Vocal), Bates Hall at UT, Austin September 8, 2019: Vid. Kanyakumari (violin), Unity Church, Dallas September 12, 2019: Tinariwen, Paramount Theater, Austin September 13, 2019: Mdou Moctar, Boogarins, White Oak Music Hall, Houston Lucky Peterson and Chuck Rainey, Tutu Jones, Antone's, Austin September 14, 2019: Tinariwen, Canton Hall, Dallas Mdou Moctar, Boogarins, Barracuda Austin Al Di Meola, Kessler Theater, Dallas Tutu Jones, Lucky Peterson, Chuck Rainey, Don Braden, East Side Kings Festival, Austin September 15, 2019: Mdou Moctar, Boogarins, Deep Ellum Art Company, Dallas Al Di Meola, Heights Theater, Houston Carl Weathersby, Barbara Lynn, Eastside Kings Festival, Austin September 18, 2019: Daniela Mercury, House of Blues, Houston September 19, 2019: Terri Lynne Carrington, Fort Worth Public Library Broken Shadows (Berne, Speed, King, Anderson), North Door, Austin September 20-21, 2019: Garifuna Collective, Mdou Moctar, Dat Garcia, Lucibela, Natu Camara, Sahba Motallebi, Globalquerque, Albuequerque, New Mexico September 21, 2019: Pratik Shrivastava (sarod), Jesse Bannister (saxophone), Subhen Chatterjee (tabla), Allen Public Libarary September 27, 2019: Jackie Venson, Lewisville Western Days October 3, 2019: John Scofield, Duet, Tulsa October 4, 2019: John Scofield, Wortham, Houston October 12, 2919: Magos Herrera and Brooklyn Rider, Wortham, Houston October 17, 2019: Eddie Palmieri, One World Theater, Austin October 18, 2019: Eddie Palmieri, Dosey Doe, Houston October 19, 2019: Jenny Scheinman and Allison Miller, Duet, Tulsa Eddie Palmieri, Arlington Music Hal October 25, 2019: Joey DeFrancesco, Arlington Music Hall October 26, 2019: Joey DeFrancesco, Dosey Doe, Houston November 2, 2019: Dr. L Subramaniam, Austin James Carter, James Francies, Wortham, Houston November 15, 2019: Miguel Zenon, Duet, Tulsa December 14, 2019: Mike Stern/Jeff Lorber Fusion, Dosey Doe, Houston December 15, 2019: Mike Stern/Jeff Lorber Fustion, One World Theater, Austin January 10, 2020: Stanley Clarke, One World Theater, Austin January 17, 2020: Andrew Cyrille Quartet, McCullogh Theatre, Austin January 25, 2020: Branford Marsalis, Wortham, Houston February 29, 2020: Vijay Iyer Sextet, Wortham, Houston March 6, 2020: Lila Downs, Jones Center, Houston Marc Ribot, Chaplin's The Kid, McCullough Theatre, Austin March 21, 2020: Dafnis Prieto Big Band, Wortham, Houston March 26-29, 2020, Big Ears Festival, Knoxville, Tennessee April 17, 2020: Miquel Zenon, Wortham, Houston April 18, 2020: Dave Douglas with the Texas Jazz Orchestra, Bates Recital Hall, Austin April 23-26, 2020: New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival April 30-May 3, 2020: New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival May 2, 2020: Christian Sands, Carver Center, San Antonio
  2. ambrose akinmusire

    Yes, it is good. I also heard Tom Harrell presenting the music from Something Gold... at the Village Vanguard, but Dave Douglas was the second trumpet on that occasion.
  3. Jazzmeia Horn - Love and Liberation

    The ghost of Bob Weinstock appeared and said no? I had the opposite reaction to hearing part of one of her live sets. She didn't seem ready to me. But then again, I don't really care for Betty Carter either.
  4. Magos Herrera and Brooklyn Rider – Dreamers Sat, Oct 12, 2019 8:00 PM At Cullen Theater, Wortham Center TICKETS Performing works from their award-winning 2018 album Dreamers, Mexican-born songstress Magos Herrera and the omnivorous string quartet Brooklyn Rider join forces for an unforgettable musical journey, reinterpreting classic songs from Mexico, Chile, Brazil, Argentina and Spain, and celebrating texts by Octavio Paz, Federico García Lorca and Rubén Darío. ARTISTS Magos Herrera, vocalist Johnny Gandelsman, violin Colin Jacobsen, violin Nicholas Cords, viola Michael Nicolas, cello
  5. Woodstock - How Much Were They Paid?

    My bad memory. 1972 or 1973, approximately the last time I listened to the LP, sure is long ago..
  6. Getz is definitely on. The recording quality is very good. I've been very pleased with it. If you are a Stan Getz fanatic (like me) it is essential. If not, it's another very good Getz record.
  7. Woodstock - How Much Were They Paid?

    Mountain, possibly. They are not in the movie or on the first two record sets. And I heard Leslie West say something like that in an interview.
  8. World Music Unleashed 2019 World Renowned Musician Steve Smith (Drums), Plus Gourisankar (Tabla), Aboss Kosimov (Doyera), Tony Monaco (Hammond Organ), Indrajit Banerjee (Sitar), Indradeep Ghosh (Violin), Eduardo Cassapia (Oboe and Flute) and Brajeswar Mukherjee (Vocal). Friday, September 6 @ 8 PM Bates Auditorium UT, Austin
  9. Ann Arbor Blues Festival 1969

    On the first CD, two of the eleven songs I find to be unlistenable sonically (Luther Allison and J.B. Hutto). One track (Otis Rush) is recorded very well (why not release this whole set?). The rest are in between, listenable (for me) but clearly audience recordings. The music quality is good to great (B.B. King's wonderful track, for example). I haven't ventured into CD2 yet. Actually, reading the fine print in the notes, the reason the Otis Rush is so sonically different is because it was actually recorded at a concert for the 1970 Ann Arbor Blues Festival.
  10. Ann Arbor Blues Festival 1969

    As I listen to this, the sound is wildly variable. the Otis Rush track sounds like a professional recording, while the Luther Allison cut sounds like Dene Benedetti was there with his wire recorder.
  11. Ann Arbor Blues Festival 1969

    Agreed. I think they must have played longer sets than 4-5 songs, judging from Magic Sam Live, which releases his set in full on two sides of an LP, as I recall.
  12. For the Blues fans in the house, there is an interesting new release recorded live at the 1969 Ann Arbor Blues Festival, which might be the greatest assemblage of blues talent at one place ever to occur. The recording quality is not great, but seems acceptable for the most part. With my Time Machine, I would surely pick this Festival over Woodstock; an easy call. https://www.amazon.com/Ann-Arbor-Blues-Festival-1969/dp/B07SQ66W35/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2MA27X3OZHAYN&keywords=ann+arbor+blues+festival+1969&qid=1565367858&s=music&sprefix=Ann+%2Cpopular%2C154&sr=1-1 Tracklist ANN ARBOR BLUES FESTIVAL 1969 - VOL. 1 1 Dirty Mother for You – Roosevelt Sykes 2 So Glad You’re Mine – Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup 3 Too Much Alcohol – J.B. Hutto & His Hawks 4 I Wonder Why – Jimmy “Fast Fingers” Dawkins 5 Help Me (A Tribute to Sonny Boy Williamson) – Junior Wells 6 I’ve Got a Mind to Give Up Living – B.B. King with Sonny Freeman and the Unusuals 7 John Henry – Mississippi Fred McDowell 8 Everybody Must Suffer/Stone Crazy – Luther Allison and the Blue Nebulae 9 Tu m’as promis l’amour (You Promised Me Love) – Clifton Chenier 10 Hard Luck – The Original Howlin’ Wolf and His Orchestra 11 So Many Roads, So Many Trains – Otis Rush ANN ARBOR BLUES FESTIVAL 1969 - VOL. 2 1 Long Distance Call – Muddy Waters 2 Movin’ and Groovin’ – Charlie Musselwhite 3 I Feel So Good (I Wanna Boogie) – Magic Sam 4 Jelly Jelly Blues – Shirley Griffith 5 Call It Stormy Monday (But Tuesday Is Just as Bad) – T-Bone Walker 6 Ball and Chain – Big Mama Thornton and the Hound Doggers 7 Juanita – Big Joe Williams 8 Key to the Highway – Sam Lay 9 Mojo Hand – Lightnin’ Hopkins 11 Off the Wall – James Cotton Blues Band 12 Death Letter Blues – Son House
  13. Blindfold Test 185--Link and Discussion

    Thanks for the attention and the comments!
  14. Don't tell them about that fire. Shhhh….
  15. There were original recordings on Trip? I did not know that.