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  1. windmill tilter!

    This one -
  2. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    Morgan, stereo. Incredible album.
  3. windmill tilter!

    Stop Press... According to Jazzwise, looks like ‘Windmill Tilter’ is about to get a first vinyl reissue from Decca along with an avalanche of other goodies - the two New Jazz Orchestra albums, Mike Taylor ‘Pendulum’, Namislowski’s ‘Lola’ and ‘Deep Dark Blue Centre’ (did they find Graham’s stereo master, he asks with interest..). This lot is apparently just for starters. Initially all of these will be out in July in digital media apparently, with vinyl and CD to follow. Hopefully the vinyl will be courtesy of Gearbox. Checking the date and it is not April 1.
  4. Probably July 1972.. jack elliott david amram toronto&f=false
  5. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    I’ve got the earlier Sawano reissue of that one.
  6. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    A late, lamented Toronto live jazz establishment. Recorded by board member Ted O’Reilly. One of the great things about that place was that you could invariably get a seat or standing room on busy gigs, without reservation.
  7. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    Thanks - have a few of those, sound is usually pretty good.
  8. Which Mosaic Are You Enjoying Right Now?

    One that I don’t play anywhere near enough !
  9. Yes, the duplicate CDs both state CD 1.
  10. Which Mosaic Are You Enjoying Right Now?

    Still on disk 1. It is so good, it is on repeat play, along with Vol 2 of Jim Hall. Superlative !
  11. Jazz for solo audiences during pandemic

    Interesting to read that Rick Margitza has been gigging there regularly.
  12. Does Oscar Peterson get a bad rap?

    Well deserved ! I recently watched that short 15 min semi animated bio of Oscar put out by the NFB of Canada, on Amazon Prime. A nice tribute.