mjzee

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  1. Favorite Mosaic Selects?

    The Gerry Mulligan and Art Pepper sets are my favorites. I also love the Dizzy Reece, Carmell Jones, Big John Patton, Bobby Hutcherson and Dexter Gordon.
  2. Keith Jarrett recommendations

    After Koln, this is still my favorite Jarrett - there's a nice mix of moods, and the two long pieces are outstanding: If you like Nude Ants, Sleeper is also excellent - in the same vein, recorded a month earlier:
  3. Also, now that he has some extra time, I'd like him to become a board member here. I'd love to read his posts on threads like "So, What Are You Listening To NOW?", "Which Jazz box set are you grooving to right now?", "Which Mosaic Are You Enjoying Right Now?", "Sets you wish Mosaic would do", "Best track you heard all week", "Songs You don't want requested", "Duke Ellington - Post 1960 Recordings", and, of course, his thoughts on the latest Blindfold Test!
  4. Motor City Scene and More

    I can't think of any others.
  5. I've just started to dig into this box set, and have a question regarding Cecil Payne - Zodiac. The timings of two of the tracks in the box are shorter than the timings given on the original LP. Were the LP timings incorrectly listed, or were these tracks somehow shortened in the box? 1) Martin Luther King, Jr./I Know Love: LP 9:04 (combined), Mosaic 7:01 2) Follow Me: LP 9:16, Mosaic 7:08.
  6. Gerald Wilson: "Dissonance in Blues" (1947)

    Brands and brand names have a value (generally captured under "intangible assets" on the balance sheet). It can be sold for real money, should a buyer have an interest.
  7. Gerald Wilson: "Dissonance in Blues" (1947)

    According to this source, it's Red Callender: https://books.google.com/books?id=U7I3DwAAQBAJ&pg=PA93&lpg=PA93&dq=gerald+wilson+dissonance+in+blues&source=bl&ots=_KVc3T-1sL&sig=wXyHcpXPhG6CUpYBawRRLYPzd1c&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwia3vfs3a3ZAhVJbK0KHd5-Bok4HhDoAQguMAI#v=onepage&q=gerald wilson dissonance in blues&f=false And here's a photo of the label of the 78:
  8. Solo guitar

    And how about the amazing Martin Taylor? And he DOES remember Charlie Parker: Another good'un:
  9. emusic.com

    They also have 190 Storyville titles, and 104 from an interesting label Cellar Live.
  10. White Leaders on Blue Note

    Lou Mecca.
  11. White Leaders on Blue Note

    George Wallington. The 3 sessions on "Best of the West" (not sure who the leaders were).
  12. White Leaders on Blue Note

    Tal Farlow. Sal Salvador. Urbie Green.
  13. Way Out West deluxe edition.

    Another one on Craft: