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About Hardbopjazz

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  • Birthday 01/15/1963

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  1. Your music cataloging "system"

    My list sorted by album title. I have over 30 fields.
  2. Manu Dibango

    RIP, Manu. Thiughts to you and your family.
  3. RIP - Ray Mantilla

    Another loss. RIP, Ray.
  4. Your music cataloging "system"

    I've concerted my entire collection to my PC and store each CD/Album on to external drives. I have a backup of each drive. I had one die and I had to redo a ton. While redoing it, my CD-ROM drive died. I am using iTunes to track everything. I keep a quite a bit of information, besides session and musician/Band. I can then export a report to MS Excel. I can sort on various fields.
  5. Mike Longo R.I.P. (COVID-19 victim)

    This is sad. I will seeing him live. Prayers to him and his family.
  6. COVID 19 Poll

    A bidet helps to save in toilet paper.
  7. Charlie Rouse, John Coltrane and Thelonious Monk

    Here is an article on this concert. IT was in Detroit , Cobo Hall February 1967. There's no mention of George Coleman. I guess it could be Rouse. http://vancouverjazz.com/2016/02/jazz-notes-john-coltrane-thelonious-monk-cobo-hall-1967.html
  8. Wow, this was a concert. Anyone have any insight to when and where this may have taken place?
  9. Live Streaming Concerts

    Fred Hersch is doing a concert every day via his Facebook page. 13:00 EST.
  10. Fred Hersch is one. He is giving a Facebook concert. Starting right now.
  11. RIP Danny Ray Thompson (1947-2020)

  12. Singer Kenny Rogers Has Died, Really

    I started this thread about the county singer. I guess Lincoln Center has a vision into the future when it was announced.
  13. Arnett Cobb's "Funky Butt", which album cover was the original? My Japanese import CD has the photo one.
  14. Glad she’s getting back to her old self. I had heart surgery when I was only 21 due to a virus and Rheumatic fever. Streptococcus made my heart like Swiss cheese. That was 36 years ago and I’m doing fine. Your wife will also be just fine.
  15. Yet another session in a Facebook discussion by two bones players, Buster Cooper and Thurman Green ,that I've never heard about before. Anyone here heard this before and if yes, what's your thoughts? Is it worth tracking down a copy?