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  1. Humorous (?) review of new Eric Wyatt album

    Eric Reed perhaps? I haven't listened to Eric Wyatt in a while, but I recall he plays one of Sonny Rollins' saxophones, given to him by Mr. Rollins (said to be his godfather?). I recollect Borough of Kings as being an album I liked; I haven't followed up with anything further. He plays a late night set at Smalls about every month; there are lots of his sets in the Smalls archive.
  2. Ahmad Jamal

    Marshall Allen is 96 and still leading the Arkestra.
  3. Lionet Hampton Presents Earl Fatha Hines (Who's Who in Jazz) Chico Hamilton Quintet featuring Buddy Collette (Pacific Jazz)
  4. Lamine Konte, The Kora Of Senegal Jazz at the Philharmonic in Europe (Dizzy Gillespie, Leo Wright, Stan Getz, J.J. Johnson, Lalo Schifrin) (Verve) Atilla Zoller Quartet, The Horizon Beyond (Emarcy) Swingin' with Terry Gibbs and his Orchestra (Emarcy)
  5. Doug & Jean Carn - Spirit Of The New Land

    I did see Doug Carn at the Zinc Bar in NYC in 2014. The crowd was sparse for the first couple of sets and by the third set, rather late on a week night, the place was nearly empty. Over the course of three sets, he performed most of the repertoire on his Black Jazz records. It was Duane Eubanks on trumpet, Stacy Dillard on tenor and soprano saxes, Lonnie Plaxico on bass. The drummer was unfamiliar and there were a couple of guest vocalists and a guest flute player over the course of the evening. Doug Carn stuck to piano.
  6. This new book about the clubs on 52nd Street just came out. Swing Street: The Rise and Fall of New York's 52nd Street Jazz Scene: An Illustrated Tribute, 1930–1950Hardcover – Illustrated, June 28, 2020 by Leo T. Sullivan (Author)
  7. $6 for mine. And it's a promo/original/first pressing, so it should go for thousands!
  8. Hot Lips Page, Feeling High and Happy (RCA Vintage) Jazz Wave, Ltd. on Tour, volume 1 (Blue Note)
  9. Mainstrem Records Bandcamp Site

    Arbee Stidham also has a Prestige/ Bluesville album, Tired of Wandering, which has King Curtis and John Wright in the band.
  10. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Michael Olatuja, Lagos Pepper Soup (Whirlwind)
  11. Milt Jackson at the Kosei Nenkin (Pablo Live) Blue Mitchell, Blue's Blues (Mainstream) Gary Bartz, Ju Ju Man (Catalyst)
  12. Doug & Jean Carn - Spirit Of The New Land

    Real Gone Music put out the recent Alice Coltrane Warner compilation Spiritual Eternal, which was well done. They also jointly released the Cannonball Adderley albums, The Price You Pay to Be Free and Music You All, with Dusty Groove. And they put out Herbie Mann, Live at the Whiskey, 1969. All are high quality releases.
  13. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Rudresh Mahanthappa, Hero Trio (Whirlwind)