Dan Gould

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  • Birthday 09/14/1965

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  1. Anyone else like the label Red Records?

    Sal Nistico's Empty Bed is a must-have IMHO. There were two Jim Snidero releases I've had for years and years, been a long time since I listened but I am sure they were very enjoyable. Awhile ago I bought a comp I think it was titled Hard Bop Today or something similar. It seemed the only way to hear the Stafford James Ensemble which included Frank Strozier and Harold Mabern in the band. That one still seems very hard to locate.
  2. This Flash Sale is complete.
  3. Thanks for the heads up this sounds like a fun read. The one and only time I saw Frishberg was when he opened for the Ray Brown Trio - my first or second time seeing Gene Harris - at the Blue Note. I had no idea who he was but he certainly entertained and I went to Sally White's place the next weekend and picked up one of his Concord LPs.
  4. I see there is demand for these on the Jazz Messengers sale. I'll part with them to the first who PMs me, $12 each postage paid in the US. If someone from Yuropa wants them we'll figure out shipping cost to settle.
  5. Here's a site with clips: https://www.forcedexposure.com/Catalog/timeless-allstars-at-onkel-po-s-carnegie-hall-hamburg-1982-cd/N.77063CD.html
  6. Might even be .... FRISKY!
  7. 2018-19 Hot Stove League

    Another spring training, another injury for Jacoby Ellsbury: https://nypost.com/2019/02/13/yankees-wont-be-seeing-jacoby-ellsbury-for-a-while/ Plantar fasciitis this time. Will they at some point just release him?
  8. A simple desire to have a go at every Monk composition.
  9. 2018-19 Hot Stove League

    I fear you could be right but I think the best thing for the players would be shortening the time to free agency rather than fighting over a handful of players who go an extra year under team control than they should. Universal DH also creates a number of higher paying jobs. The fact that the luxury tax is biting in to elite salaries ... that was the whole idea so the players can't be surprised. I don't think there's any legit evidence of anything approaching 'collusion' when some high revenue teams pick a budget and stick to it.
  10. 2018-19 Hot Stove League

    All minor league teams have rosters which consist of players under the control of the parent team. Is it that way in English "football"? Furthermore the very best AAA teams in a given year consist of a few guys who are on the cusp of actual major league careers, several who are past that point but hope springs eternal, and the rest will get no more than a cup of coffee in the big leagues because ... they really really aren't that good at all, compared to big league players. The jump is enormous between AAA and the majors. This is beyond apples to oranges its completely ludicrous.
  11. I think I've learned not to be surprised about any of it. People are complicated but I will say I don't think retroactive changing of statutes of limitation serve are particularly fair. They should be changed going forward, yes but this is mostly a gift to personal injury attorneys.
  12. (RIP) Is Jack Wilson (Atlantic & Blue Note 60s pianist) dead?

    This was discussed over a month ago.
  13. Archie Shepp Article in the Washington Post

    Right click on link, choose "Open in incognito window"
  14. 2018-19 Hot Stove League

    Yeah I was thinking about Reggie and this in particular as I wrote this, and yet ... check out the end of the clip. Reggie is in fact hauling ass around 2B, as much as he ever did. Nowadays there'd be an epic bat flip, stand at the plate, and 3:30 minute trot around the bases.