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  1. Clifford Brown

    I think because they were first issued as 10" and when they were reissued as 12" in the 1500 series they had already Reid Miles covers. All of them do, I think.
  2. I don't know in which measure curated by themselves, but it's a nice collection of blues and early rock and roll classics. Howlin Wolf, among them. Of course. That's the tracklist:
  3. Clifford Brown

    Me too. But perhaps more the first two. That's a graphic style I'm a sucker for. Magazine covers, records, posters, ads... everything.
  4. Clifford Brown

    I would say John Hermansader and pics by Wolff. At least that's what I can guess.
  5. "Boogie Woogie"

    I have it and I like this style a lot. For me it's like the great mother of RnR. And I think I will give it a listen tonight. Last time is too far away. So much that I don't know where it is. But Selects are easy to detect.
  6. Now that was an album. In the 80s I loved everything Prince. My favorite being SignOTheTimes.
  7. That was the first song I ever heard of Tom Waits in the early 80s. But wasn't it on another album? I remember Waits acting in the wonderful Down by Law by Jim Jarmusch, with John Lurie and Roberto Benigni. I recently saw this movie again and it's oh so good.
  8. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    The Farlow bit. It was also his debut, Tal Farlow Quartet. In this release the McGhee and the Farlow sessions are tied in.
  9. For those who have no problem with Yoko Ono

    That's exactly how I see it. I was always more of a Stones fan. Though I liked the Beatles too.
  10. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    That's one I like very much too.
  11. Now reading...

    Thanks Brad, I've read Tinker, Tailor but haven't seen any movie.
  12. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    That one is on my pile of recently listened discs.
  13. Now reading...

    I have Silverview too. Unread. But I never knew about the connection to earlier books.
  14. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    That's about his best period for me. Station to station and prior to the Berlin trilogy. Although he was into his neofashistic egotrip then. With Carlos Alomar as his star guitarist.