Dan Gould

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  • Birthday 09/14/1965

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  1. 2017-18 MLB Hot Stove League!

    God I hope not. The Sox are desperate for a bat but he would be a disaster if signed at all. I'd rather go back into battle with what they have, and a healthy David Price in the rotation, then sign this guy. If he's put in the outfield, the best defensive outfield in baseball is broken up, someone cost-controlled and way more talented is dealt, and the man is a f-ing butcher in the field. Wrong side of 30, asshole for an agent. Never wanted them to go after him and I only hope someone else is stupid enough to give him the money Boras thinks he is worth or that he stays with the D-Backs or whoever he was with on some sort of inventive short-term deal that mlbtraderumors has been talking about for at least a week.
  2. George Cables

    He's facing amputation of one leg and needs help especially with post-operative care/recovery. https://www.gofundme.com/team-george-cables
  3. Three quarters of a century!
  4. Happy Birthday zen archer!

    Happy Birthday 2018! And once again, go Sox!
  5. Hank Mobley In Holland

    https://www.discogs.com/sell/list?master_id=1266377&ev=mb Tommy's Jazz is a discogs/ebay/amazon seller who is easy to deal with and used to participate here. He's got it at $20 plus shipping, I would think that's pretty fair and its domestic shipping too.
  6. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    Curtis Peagler and the Jazz Disciples had a 45 out on Columbia, two years after their initial splash on the scene. Definitely surprised to discover this so I went for it from an Amazon seller. Nice.
  7. Monk on the Steve Allen's Tonight Show.

    That Barrow fellow is not only tall and handsome but damn if he doesn't look a lot like Hank. This will really tick off Don.
  8. Since I'm more attuned to birthdays this New Year, I want to take note that BruceW would have turned 82 today. Let's remember him, and enjoy some of his vibes playing:
  9. Monk on the Steve Allen's Tonight Show.

    Not on this side of the pond. I've now had the opportunity to hear the purported Mobley with Monk tracks and all I can say is much ado about nothing. I mean, Hank barely solos, and the sound is for shit. If its Hank, (I don't hear it that way) is this life changing? Is it desert island material? Would you listen to it more than once? On the other hand, the interesting quote from the DB article is that Hank says playing with Monk he tried to stay in the upper register. This seems to jibe with what some identified as indicators that the sax on these two tracks is not Hank (from the other earlier thread). So that's sort of interesting. But this is really uninteresting in the extreme due to the sound quality and the brevity.
  10. 2017-18 MLB Hot Stove League!

    I approve since they didn't seem keen on bringing Arrieta back and Darvish is a high-quality starter who will only be more effective in the no-DH league. Now is there any guarantee that he doesn't resume tipping in his pitches at inopportune moments like a Game Seven?
  11. Monk on the Steve Allen's Tonight Show.

    Not denying your memory but why do those who have heard the disc all say it doesn't sound like Hank? Maybe you're right that Hank appeared with Monk but this RLR release doesn't document it.
  12. Monk on the Steve Allen's Tonight Show.

    Do we have to argue about the date? Why is this so important. The real issue to me is: How much Hank is heard in those two tunes; what is the sound quality? How is the rest of this RLR issue and does it justify what looks to be about $35 plus shipping on Amazon?
  13. Woh. Hope it's great! I was going to find the cover to Introducing but these will do: I should link to the interview these came from, very informative: http://jazzprofiles.blogspot.com/2012/03/michael-weiss-on-jazzprofiles.html