Hardbopjazz

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  • Birthday 01/15/1963

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  1. Back from the dead?

    Tower Records has returned. Just too bad there aren’t any brick-and-mortar stores to peruse the aisles for records https://towerrecords.com/
  2. Ahmad Jamal

    Happy Birthday.
  3. This is a print ad and not a tv commercial. Any others in this media?
  4. Carl Reiner passes at age 98

    One real funny guy. RIP. Thanks for making me laugh.
  5. RIP Johnny Mandel

    Another one of his tunes that I really enjoyed, especially the cover done by Jimmy Smith, “Suicide is Painless”, the theme from MASH.
  6. RIP Johnny Mandel

    Composer Johnny Mandel has died. One of his best know tunes, Emily, is covered by many jazz artists. He was 94. https://variety.com/2020/music/news/johnny-mandel-dead-dies-composer-mash-1234694020/?fbclid=IwAR08UPUcznOceU2pXA-5Nmc5M9dPvRIyX7ZSCxWuJmj0kB4VIrhQJZAt08o
  7. RIP Freddy Cole

    https://m.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1875158392633579&id=100004183092658&set=a.327728324043268&source=57
  8. RIP Freddy Cole

    The year continues its assault on musicians. Pianist and singer Freddie Cole has died.
  9. Does Oscar Peterson get a bad rap?

    Oscar Peterson's widow thrilled by push to rename Lionel-Groulx Metro after jazz legend https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/oscar-peterson-widow-petition-metro-1.5628755
  10. 1950’s listening booths for jazz records. how popular were places like this? Were these booths in just about all record stores? I’m guessing that the records were not sealed.
  11. Eric Dolphy

  12. Keith Tippett (1947-2020)

    RIP.
  13. Verve Announces Posthumous Jimmy Heath Album, ‘Love Letter’ Verve recently announced the release of saxophonist Jimmy Heath’s final recording, an album completed just one month prior to his Jan. 19 death at the age of 93. Love Letter, a collection of ballads that spans covers like “Con Alma” and Heath originals, counts contributions by trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, pianist Kenny Barron, guitarist Russell Malone, drummer Lewis Nash, as well as vocalists Gregory Porter and Cécile McLorin Salvant. For the album, the bandleader mainly sticks to alto, picking up the soprano saxophone for “Inside Your Heart,” a piece originating in a 2010 suite Heath recorded with the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra. https://downbeat.com/news/detail/posthumous-jimmy-heath-album-announced?fbclid=IwAR1FLAz6u6EhK1c-BJ7ZlmwMi7SVcZRCmbboCggK9ARhz8qnB40dc21dVZU
  14. Tony Bennett, staying safe.

    93 and he can still belt out a tune. This was recorded in his living room.
  15. Happy Birthday Kenny Barron

    One of the all time best. Happy Birthday, Kenny.