Gene Ludwig's manager called?
And this guy sold the tape to Joe Fields based on Patton but can't remember who was at the organ?
Dude, I have yet to know a manager who doesn't know where the dope is. It's a useful skill set, if not for your client, as a way to leverage favor with Strangers In Town.
Gene Ludwig could play, but his name would not get a tape sold to Joe Fields Would you cop to selling a tape with at least one knowingly incorrect player listed?
Somebody paid somebody. Dope ain't free. But Gene Ludwig's manager called and knew that Grant need to cop, hey, can we get a record made here?
Where was Gene Ludwig On This Day In History?
Btw - a while back, I picked up Gene Ludwig's Mainstream album, and liked it pretty well, even though it's pretty overtly Jimmy Smith-is. But that was the marketplace then, and judgements cannot meaningfully be made on such scant and skewed evidence.
But this local/dope money scenario...the plot potentially thickens now?
Not a bad deal for $80 IMO. But the Blu-Ray thing bums me out. I don't have a Blu-Ray player, have been highly interested in the Trillium J CD/Blu-Ray video release but didn't want to buy a player just for that purpose. OTOH, I suppose the cost of a Blu-Ray player could now be amortized over two releases.