Bluesnik

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  1. Which Mosaic Are You Enjoying Right Now?

    And really enjoying it. Featuring nylon and steel strings and even a twelve string guitar on some sessions. With the great Clare Fischer or Les McCann.
  2. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    I never had realized he was Claude's brother.
  3. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Got it yesterday and already heard it twice: yesterday and now. A Rolling Stones curated blues compilation. And the cover drawing is by Ronnie Wood.
  4. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Thanks T.D. I will have a look. This looks promising.
  5. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Thanks for the recommendation. But in the first place I wanted the image, which I don't have because I don't have an LP or CD. I just have it in a Monk's complete Prestige recordings box. But, now that I think of it, I could photograph a repro of the cover that's included in the booklet. But it's fairly small.
  6. This is a Brazilian pianist I like a lot. I specially recommend Dom Salvador, a piano trio in the tradition of the Samba Jazz school, and Som, Sangue e Raca, a more combative black power album, from 69 and 71 respectively. I had not discovered this tilll now. and
  7. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    I am searching for a framable copy of this. I know I saw it at AllPosters.com some time ago. But it isn't there anymore.
  8. Lucky Thompson New York City 1964-65

    Yes, that's very true!
  9. Got this the other day, together with the Gordon bio and the new Coltrane from earlier this year (Both directions at once) and listened to it yesterday and now to Coltrane. I liked the Marmarosa set a lot. Will have to listen to it again though to fully appreciate it.
  10. December 2018 reissues at CDJapan

    That one is good. I got it from Hiroshi, I think, back when he still had his shop.
  11. Now reading...

    Actually rereading it because I already read it when it came out ten or nine years ago. But I'm even liking it more this second time. It's very good. And well researched. As all Ted Gioia books.
  12. Got it yesterday finally. A signed copy too. And although it is a Christmas present to myself I won't open it until Christmas and probably start reading it still later for I still have a long reading list before.