kh1958

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  1. Erroll Garner, Concert by the Sea (Columbia)
  2. Live Streaming Concerts

    Brandee Younger facebook page has her duo livestream by the Jazz Museum of Harlem from yesterday, with Dezron Douglas. https://www.facebook.com/harpista
  3. Live Streaming Concerts

    8-9 CST tonight: Tom McDermott and Aurora Nealand on facebook live. https://www.facebook.com/tom.mcdermott.12?fref=search&__tn__=%2Cd%2CP-R&eid=ARBmS4lyvlmdBNw10bw9qO44HlVVS-X8GBRVpX7e63AI82wAlcOKzI0VmowucelSMAvzArdKK2dI9yMM 9:30-10:30 CST tonight (and apparently every night): Jackie Venson on facebook live. https://www.facebook.com/jackievenson/
  4. Teddy Wilson, And Then They Wrote (Columbia) Max Roach Plus Four, Moon Faced Starry Eyed (Mercury)
  5. I liked the record. He sort of sounds like a combination of Jimmy Witherspoon and Jimmy Rushing.
  6. The LP lists Wilfred Middlebrooks as the bassist on three of the tracks, Red Mitchell on the other five.
  7. My mono LP has eight tracks. Oddly, Howard Rumsey does not play on the record--notes say so he could man the control room.
  8. Mose Allison, The Transfiguration of Hiram Brown (Columbia) Howard Rumsey's Lighthouse All Stars with Lee Morgan, Benny Golson and Wynton Kelly, Double or Nothin' (Liberty)
  9. Big Miller, Revelations and the Blues (Columbia) Herbie Mann, Impressions of the Middle East (Atlantic) Boyd Raeburn, Innvations volume 1 (Savoy ten inch)
  10. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Shabaka and the Ancestors, We are Sent Here by History (Impulse) Tom McDermott and Aurora Nealand, Live at Luthjen's (Big Whinny)
  11. COVID-19 2.0: No Politics edition

    Saxophonist Marcelo Peralta Is First Jazz Musician to Die of Coronavirus By Michael J. West The jazz world has suffered its first COVID-19 casualty. Marcelo Peralta, an Argentine saxophonist renowned for his innovative approach to the avant-garde and South American musical traditions, died March 10 at a hospital in Madrid, Spain. https://jazztimes.com/features/tributes-and-obituaries/saxophonist-marcelo-peralta-is-first-jazz-musician-to-die-of-coronavirus/
  12. THURSDAY, MARCH 19 8pm-10pm Tom McDermott and Aurora Nealand
  13. What music did you buy today?

    I was really looking forward to seeing Shabaka and the Ancestors at Big Ears; but at least the new CD is darn good.
  14. COVID-19 2.0: No Politics edition

    The City of Dallas just ordered the closure of all bars, theaters and gyms. Restaurants to be to go only.
  15. Ravi Shankar, Improvisations (World Pacific) Steve White, Jazz Mad (Liberty)