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    3. Audio Talk

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    4. Blindfold Test

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    5. Classical Discussion

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    8. Jazz Radio & Podcasts

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    9. Live Shows & Festivals

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    10. Mosaic and other box sets...

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    11. Miscellaneous Music

      Miscellaneous music discussion area.

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    12. Musician's Forum

      A forum for other musicians to share information.

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    13. New Releases

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    14. Offering and Looking For...

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    15. Recommendations

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    16. Re-issues

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    17. The Vinyl Frontier

      All things related to the long-lived analog marvel!

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  3. General Discussion

    1. Hammond Zone

      General discussion about all things Hammond organ!

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    • Sure, old records, glorious objects. They encourage bonding and/,or fetishism. And definitely nostalgia, real or imaginary  But how many of them cost $35.00 new? That's what happens when you don't take your records to parties.  A lonely record is a sad record. 
    • There's always time somewhere. 
    • Later Ben comes with a LOT of coasting. But it's a very elegant coasting. 
    • Definitely not purist, but horizon broadening in a good way.  It grooves. 1.  Calls Dee Dee Bridgewater to mind, although it could be a vocalist you wouldn't find in the Jazz section of your mythical local record store. 2.  Sounds more like Pat Martino to me than anything else. 3.  The percolating rhythm makes me lean toward Flora Purim, probably with Airto. 4.  The feeling is "good CTI".  Could be an old master like Turrentine or Rollins. 5.  Nat King Cole?  or Johnny Mathis?  Maria, composer I believe is Lenny, from West Side Story 6.  We are in the land where soul and jazz intertwine. 7.  Add in a dash of Joni Mitchell this time, but down an octave. 8.  This could easily be an ECM piano trio.  Maybe led by Avishai Cohen the bassist?  But NO, it's live and ECM does that very rarely outside Keith Jarrett solos.  Kenny Barron? 9.  John Klemmer is the go-to guy when you hear digital delay.  Outtro confirms it, with McBee and Mouzon.  I like this, not all Klemmer is this good. 10.  Aarrgggh this is familiar.  I hear Alice Coltrane and probably Michael White.  There was a McCoy Tyner album with Alice, but I'm not getting a clear McCoy vibe from the bass or the piano.  I'll go with Michael White as the leader. 11.  Pretty sure that's an electric bass, and nobody's concerned about being too commercial or not commercial enough.  Stefon Harris? 12.  Having absolutely no clue, I'll throw out a name I came across accidentaly a few months ago.  Jaimeo Brown? 13.  Ditto, but the wild guess is more old school.  Jon Lucien? 14.  Aw hell.  It could be a CCM artist I'm totally unaware of, but I'm willing to be wrong with Dee Dee Bridgewater twice in the same BFT.  
    • She was a great singer.  I prefer her iwn versions of almost all of her songs, and some of her r&b/soul covers are  beautiful, especially "The Bells" and "It's Gonna Take a Miracle".
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