mr jazz

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  • Birthday February 07

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  • Location Washington DC , Rehoboth Beach, DE

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  1. Duke Ellington at the White House.

    Well worth it. Earl Hines steals the show, IMO.
  2. Doris Day R.I.P.

    Latin for Lovers is a spectacular vocal achievement. RIP
  3. Good to see another jazz venue opening with an ambitious schedule. Trying to get there tomorrow for Charlap and Faddis. 7 & 9 PM. Tiks are half price.
  4. Good deal. Fun music on this one!
  5. I saw Marshall Allen several times with NRBQ; he played with another Arkestra alum whose name escapes me.
  6. RIP Georgia Engel

    A Christian Scientist who didn't go to doctors. Oh well, RIP
  7. Woody Shaw "Tokyo 1981" (Elemental Music)

    This looks good. Hope the SQ is as well!!
  8. Richard Barone/The Bongos

    Always enjoy listening to Barone's Primal Dream. Some great pop music.
  9. Santana - In Search of Mona Lisa

    I saw Walker and Lighterwood together at a show in the 80s. Walker was far superior. I enjoyed the Santana IV show-Shrieve hasn't lost a step and really drives the band. Too bad Carlos won't tour with the group.
  10. George Cables

    Nice to read!
  11. pm on the 2 Stanley Cowell cds
  12. FS: Oppo BDP 103 blu ray player

    Sold it on Quadrophonic Quad forum but you shouldn't have any trouble selling it. My price of $375 shipped CONUS or $350 pickup seems to be appropriate, btw.
  13. I read and have read his blog for a number of years. He's opinionated, sure, but he's working hard to keep jazz alive. Coincidentally, he just posted about Johnny Richards-Something Else-calling it one of the best big band albums ever made. Comments?