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  1. A few years ago I asked Michael Cuscuna why he never did anything with the “Live” Captitol material (the sextet with Lloyd), he said that was on his list before the bottom fell out of the business. Besides uncovering more from the date, he really wanted to deal with the clumsy edits on the released version.
  2. Unissued/Unreleased Grant Green

    I saw Green many times (the group with Claude Bartee) up at the Crawford Grill... EVERY tune was a half hour!
  3. Nathan Davis Has Died

    No details as yet.
  4. Danny Small

    Years ago I had a sampler on United Artists of cuts from some of their current albums (Lloyd G. Mayer's "Taste of Honey," something from Jerome Richardson's movie album, tracks by Herbie Mann, Billie Holiday)... Most of the original albums have been reissued in the CD era. But one of the best cuts was by a singer named Danny Small. The track was "At Sunrise," from a LP called something like "Woman, She Was Born From Sorrow." Never did see a copy, and its apparently long forgotten. Looking around the internet it appears Small is still alive (as of a few years ago, anyway) and making his living singing in the subway. Anyone here familiar with him?
  5. Just picked up Jackie McLean's disco/fusion RCA album "Monuments," which apparently is part of another one of those Japanese reissue series. Anyone know anything about this? (Must be something about this on here somewhere, but no luck finding it.)
  6. Blue Note LPs Never on CD

    The Barbara Carroll title (called "Barbara Carroll" - pretty lazy) is on CD, saw it on Amazon recently. As I recall, some of it was pretty good.
  7. So far (and what do I know?) I can only find this as a download on streaming services. Seems like the kind of release that would benefit from documentation , liner notes, some information. What am I missing?
  8. Thanks! Exactly what I was looking for.
  9. Off the top of my head, "England's Carol" (MJQ &Orchestra), "Winter Wonderland" on Hank Crawford's "Got a Good Thing Going" (that album's highlight, for what that's worth), "We Free Kings".... Material that hasn't shown up on those endless holiday compilations.
  10. Verve reissues 2016 for 60th anniversary

    A "digital box set" (huh?) of Jimmy Smith singles? Does that exist?
  11. Oliver Nelson on United Artists Jazz

    A track from each of these LP's showed up on a compilation of material from Douglas's UA albums a couple years ago. And many years ago on the Tonight Show, Paul Schafer played the Nelson arrangement of "Honey" with the Carson house band - he mentioned "the great Oliver Nelson," no mention of Mayer, even though his solo had a few of Mayer's licks from the album.
  12. Best track you heard all week

    "Pyramid," on the MJQ album of the same name.
  13. Russell Martin's father played sax during rush hours in the Montreal subway, which allowed him to have his days free to work with his son on baseball. He gave Russell the middle name of his favorite saxaphone player. Martin's made a big contibution to the Pirates' season - currently in the division lead, although Pirates' fans aren't getting their hopes up just yet...
  14. John Coltrane - Complete Sun Ship Sessions

    I picked this up a couple of days ago, but haven't put it on yet - all those Jimmy Garrison solos are scaring me off! (AS much as I like Garrison, those long solos usually bring the proceedings to a standstill, and I rarely play those later Coltrane albums where they seem to show up. Maybe this release will force me to reevaluate my position.)
  15. Now that EMI's music business is being divided up, where's Blue Note? Up for grabs?