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  1. Yes, I have two more records of Threadgill Sextet, all excellent.
  2. Jazz taxonomy

    AFIK (and experienced in my University years) in a library the taxonomy is fundamental to allow scholars' researches, so if the subject of a research is "maritime trade in XIX century" you may consult all texts, mainly historical, but even novels, think about Joseph Conrad, that might be interesting, IF some smart librarian added "seafaring tale" in the subject of the book. An accurate taxonomy is essential. That's the reason because filing is a study subject. Basically taxonomy is a map for scholars and it should be updated according to new subjects and discoveries. edit: since I don't have such a huge musical library and I am the one and only scholar of it, I simply filed the records in alphabetical order.
  3. I listen to it quite often when I am in doubt about what records I going to play and can’t decide I play this set never tired of it
  4. How To Money Launder

    Many big restaurants in Rome are money launderers, sadly.
  5. What Classical Music Are You Listening To?

    I like his Beethoven’s concerto, never listen to his Schubert.
  6. Now reading...

    By coincidence I am rereading Hemingway in these days, I found Farewell to Arms quite naive but For Whom the Bell Tolls a strong novel.
  7. Blue Note's TONE POET series.

    Japan pressings are expensive as well. So let's say the prayer for a Tone Poet before going to bed..