Free For All

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  • Birthday 03/10/1958

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  1. Shipping email received. Really looking forward to this one! Happy holidays everyone!
  2. Happy Birthday, Free For All

    Thanks guys- I hope you are all well and happy!
  3. Happy Birthday, Free For All

    Thanks guys! I haven't been visiting the board as much lately, but I check in often to see what's up. I've been very busy with my new life in Boulder- a great job at CU and lots of work in Denver and the surrounding area. Lots of great players out here! I really love being around the mountains and I feel that this will be the "last stop" for me. Looking through this thread I see my journey through the last 10 years or so. A little freaky. Hope everyone is well and keep on swingin! FFA

    HaPpY bIrThDaY jAmEs ! !
  5. FS: Mosaic Titles (Big Box & Select)

    And grab your hat. Leave your worries on the doorstep!
  6. Horace Silver made it part of the melody of "Quicksilver" (his contrafact on Lover Come Back To Me changes). He also quotes "Hey You Beautiful Doll" on the same tune.
  7. Happy Birthday, Sonny Rollins

    The "Live at the Vanguard" birthday trifecta is again upon us- Sonny 9/7, Wilbur Ware 9/8 and Elvin Jones 9/9.
  8. Todays Be/Hardbop Trumpeters

    Greg Gisbert

    Happy Birthday, Jim!
  10. Santa Fe

    Wow, this thread goes back a couple lifetimes!
  11. Happy birthday Free For All

    Thanks so much everyone! Thinking back on the last ten years on this board- man, things have changed a lot in my life! Glad to have this place as a constant during that time. Best to all!
  12. Greatest LPs to never make it to CD

    Really? I've heard snippets of all of this stuff over time and none of it has me itching to spend big bucks to get it on CD. Heck, I've even waffled at spending $5 for a used LP of it. Brass and Wood are the strongest of the series IMO, the others hold less interest for me. I like the core quintet with Berg and Harrell. YMMV.
  13. Greatest LPs to never make it to CD

    I was happy to finally find Horace Silver's 70s sides Silver 'N Brass and Silver 'N Wood issued on CD, albeit as a semi-pricey import. The others in the series (Percussion, Voices & Strings) are also either available now or will be soon.
  14. Miles Davis: The Bootleg Series, volume 2

    Shipping notice today! Should be here on Wednesday.