Bluesnik

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  1. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    He looks a bit like George Clooney
  2. Yes, really interesting. Specially when Robby Kruger is shown. I knew he was an SG player, but here he plays one with regular humbuckers and has another one with P90s, single coils, beside him.
  3. Yes, I agree. Perhaps the two best and most moving jazz autobiographies I've read.
  4. Your music cataloging "system"

    My father's exactly like that , something I've never really understood. As a kid he loved opening and rebuilding radios. Later in his 20s and 30s he was very much into photography. And he finally became an engineer.
  5. Your music cataloging "system"

    Yes, I am.
  6. Your music cataloging "system"

    I also buy less and less. And specially not nearly as much as I once did. I nearly don't buy anything now. One of the advantages of having more and more. And I also don't have anything listing what I have. To create it would be an awesome job, though I'm considering doing it more and more.
  7. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    And now with: With the great Amancio d'Silva. He was from Goa, a place I've been to. And also the fantastic Joe Harriott. Terrific late night music.
  8. That would be something for me. I like very much the British Fleetwood Mac. Although I also like the American, specially Rumours.
  9. I saw one about CSNY the other day. Very good. And what I wanted to say and nearly forgot: A compilation I got the other day from Craft, titled Poppies Assorted finery from the first psychedelic age. And as psychedelia has always held a special place for me, it's very appropriate.
  10. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Another guitar trio I like a lot. With either Howard Roberts or Jim Hall. And George Duvivier.
  11. Vinnie Burke

    Thanks a lot.
  12. Vinnie Burke

    Well, I forgot the Red Norvo trio with Mingus, from an early phase in Farlow's career. That was terrific. Farlow, Norvo and Mingus! Ah yes? I didn't know that and I'd like very much to hear it.
  13. Vinnie Burke

    It's, I think, the best trio Farlow ever had. It was put together for a job in a club and it was a working band.