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  • Birthday 01/15/1963

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  1. George Mraz (1944 - 2021)

    Sad news. RIP, George.
  2. Roy Haynes--no more new recordings?

    Although he still was playing at the Blue Note pre-COVID, could it be he slowing down? At 96, why not slow down?
  3. This is very exciting. I’m definitely going to order this one.
  4. Norm MacDonald, RIP

    Sad. 61 is way young. Cancer is a horrible disease.
  5. Streaming questions

    I meant OOP.
  6. Streaming questions

    I like that feature. Also, some OOO sessions are on the streaming service. For example, Charles Kynard's "Your Mama Don't Dance" is there in vinyl. You can hear the pops of the record.
  7. Passing of George Wein

    95 is a food long life. Thanks to him the jazz festivals were born. RIP Mr. Wein.
  8. Standards by non-standard people

    Joe Pesci - The Folk Who Live On The Hill
  9. Phil Schaap R.I.P.

    Some of Phil’s 78’s at WKCR. This is just small sample.
  10. From the Washington Post. “My words are not that powerful. I started saying in 1985 I don’t think we should have a music talking about niggers and bitches and hoes. It had no impact. I’ve said it. I’ve repeated it. I still repeat it. To me that’s more damaging than a statue of Robert E. Lee.” https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-partisan/wp/2018/05/22/jazz-musician-wynton-marsalis-says-rap-and-hip-hop-are-more-damaging-than-a-statue-of-robert-e-lee/?fbclid=IwAR0Ntw7tB1CkTLY2Uv-gnkl6uDVBSshD8CJ2_3HtGwRElMMf-a7zpv3Ye5I
  11. Thanks for sharing this.
  12. Albert Dailey.

    Today I received this LP with Albert Dailey. I haven't listen to it yet. Anyone else have this?
  13. Jemeel Moondoc (1951-2021)

    Wow. Don't know what to say. R.I.P Jameel.
  14. Phil Schaap R.I.P.

    That's good to hear.
  15. Phil Schaap R.I.P.