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Recent Down Loads And Additions From E - Music

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Lon,

Then I say, "damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead."

Up over and out.

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I'm on the "eMusic Plus w/20% Discount" annual plan. It's $140-something for a year's worth of 65 DLs/month. Plenty for me. While there are LOTS more albums I could download, I find that I don't listen enough to the ones I get.

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red garland and lockjaw (59)

sonny rollins - the solo album (60)

monk and trane 1957 sessions disc # 01 (61)

sam jones - the chant (62)

elmo hope - homecoming (63)

funkadelic - cosmic slop (64)

funkadelic - maggot brain (65)

miles davis quintet Discs 1 & 4 (66)

cannonball things are getting better (67)

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eMusic's newest pitch is an annual membership with unlimited downloads. I haven't done the math on that one, but it has to be a pretty good deal The problem, needless to say, is that it requires the outlay of a fair amount of cash at one time as opposed to paying on a month to month basis.

Up over and out.

Hi Dave,

I'm an eMusic member ($19.99 for 90 downloads), but I have never seen that new "unlimited downloads" membership option. Can you point out to me where that option might be on their website? I'd like to see if that would be worth it...

Cheers,

Shane

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Enemy record label seems to have gone away!

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Enemy record label seems to have gone away!

Yeah. That was ashame. They had all that great stuff up there for about a week and then.......gone. Oh, well ...

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Am I missing something, or is the recent two CD release of the complete Red Garland's "At the Prelude" not on emusic--though tons of other recent Prestige titles (including the new Miles box and all the new Prestige RVGs) are available?

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You can now get Miles' 35-minute Isle of Wight concert by searching for "Call It Anything". It's tacked onto the end of a couple of 80's live Miles albums. This is the show featured on the "Electric Miles" DVD.

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Yes, pretty good deal huh. . . great sounding 35 minute Miles concert material. . . for one download. :D

Where's this scaryass Miles Davis estate? How come they're not all over that?

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Enemy is back, I grabbed Highlife and Last Exit. Highlife is much more akin to a Santana album than a jazz album, but still quite good. I already have Guitar and Ask the Ages and they are great places to start.

Two new Marc Cary albums, I downloaded and am enjoying Focus, nice piano trio.

Two new George Garzone's. Alone is quite mainstream, The Fringe in New York somewhat more adventurous but still plenty melodic, with vibes added to the usual sax, bass and drums. Very nice.

I have to organize my collection in order to find which Funkadelics I don't already have.

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HAL SINGER - BLUE STOMPIN' (68)

RED GARLNSD - RED ALONE (69)

MILES DAVIS - WALKIN' RM (70)

JACK McDUFF - BROTHERLY LOVE (71)

OLIVER NELSON - MEET OLIVER NELSON (72)

SMOOOOTH HOLMES - SOUL MESSAGE RM (73)

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just playing around with an e-music trial and lo and behold:

Barry Adamson - 'Stranger on the Sofa' dwnld cut: "Who Killed Big Bird" - a big greasy boot in the tailfeathers did ... :tup

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a free download with four track sampler from current Fantasy RvG remasters....

Cheers, Tjobbe

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MILES DAVIS QUINTET DISC # 03 (74)

KING CURTIS - SOUL MEETING (75)

GEORGE BENSON - THE NEW BOSS GUITAR (76)

FUNKADELIC - FREE YOUR MIND (77)

COLEMAN HAWKINS - SWINGVILLE WITH RED GARLAND (78)

COLEMAN HAWKINS - NIGHT HAWK (79)

BOOGALOO JOE JONES - SWEETBACK (80)

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Just downloaded Rahsaan's "Brotherman in the Fatherland" live album from 1972. Smokin'!

If you want live Rahsaan at the top of his game, check this one out. :tup

I've searched for this but can't find it. Has it been removed or is just not available to us poor relations in the UK?

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Just downloaded Rahsaan's "Brotherman in the Fatherland" live album from 1972. Smokin'!

If you want live Rahsaan at the top of his game, check this one out. :tup

I've searched for this but can't find it. Has it been removed or is just not available to us poor relations in the UK?

Huh.........yeah, seems to be gone. Bummer. :(

Well, you can still get "Compliments Of The Mysterious Phantom". Not too shabby, either.

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haven't downloaded it as I own the CD but for those not having had a chance to buy the Albert Mangelsdorff Now Jazz Ramwong in the US....its available at emusic now.

Cheers, Tjobbe

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Bennie Maupin - Penumbra

Billy Bang - Vietnam Reflections

Yusef Lateef - Eastern Sounds

Yusef Lateef - Cry! Tender

Roscoe Mitchell - Solo(3)

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Phil Woods

"Pairing Off"

"Rights of Swing"

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The two volumes of Bunk Johnson on Document are now available, and sound really good. (Same material as on the recently Jasmine two cd set.)

This month I've gotten these and a lot of the John Lee Hooker OJCs I needed.

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