romualdo

Members
  • Content count

    1,596
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About romualdo

  • Rank
    Groove Merchant
  • Birthday 09/03/1956

Contact Methods

  • ICQ 0

Profile Information

  • Gender Male
  • Location Brisbane, Australia

Recent Profile Visitors

5,078 profile views
  1. British jazz reissues

    I'm wondering if they're all CDrs - has anyone checked the SME, Rendell/Carr (most recent) releases from the same label Also, I'm interested in the 4CD Harry South Orch Broadcasts (has a disc of Harriott with the band) - anyone have that? It's currently reduced from £18 to £10 Also, they offer a service of removing jewel cases prior to shipment for overseas customers - useful to us here in Australia
  2. British jazz reissues

    what a treasure trove - wondering if the releases are CDs or CDrs (a la Acrobat & others) Soho Scene 59-60 mentions that the release is a CDr http://rhythmandbluesrecords.co.uk/?product=soho-scene-59-60-jazz-goes-mod-4cd-shipped-with-booklet-and-cd-inlays-but-without-jewel-case-to-cut-down-on-foreign-postage
  3. British jazz reissues

    Just watched the first two episodes - can't believe I missed this (Don't think it was shown in Australia at the time) Amazing footage (esp Harriott in episode 1), but episode 2 covers the period i'm most interested in (Little Theatre, Blue Notes, etc etc) So many of the people interviewed have since passed. There appears to be a third program but it doesn't seem to continue on from #2 (is that correct) - looks like it covers the UK trad jazz scene (no interest there for me) Anyone with any interest in British Jazz should watch both episodes #1 & #2
  4. New previously unissued Horace Tapscott

    already sold out at DG (will they get more?)
  5. New previously unissued Horace Tapscott

    now I know what you mean - after removing the LPs from their sleeve pockets it's very difficult to put them back (very first world I agree) - I found if you open/bow the sleeve pocket to a degree the LP will slide in more easily
  6. fascinating read - Simon writes so well (love his Tubbs book plus his many CD liner notes) That's right - you've gotta watch out for those "nerds"
  7. Juni Booth (1948 - 2021)

    RIP Juni
  8. New previously unissued Horace Tapscott

    havn't tried (the 2nd LP came inserted within the gatefold while LPs 1 & 3 were in the sleeve pockets - they should have made a trifold sleeve) Just finished listening to the last LP - what an experience!! & started digitalising the 3 LPs
  9. New previously unissued Horace Tapscott

    my copy arrived to day & it's stunning, musically & SQ - I have a lot of Horace (solo, small groups, Arkestra), including unreleased concerts & this has to be right up there at the pinnacle of his releases. Virtually one track per LP side with the bonus of Horace discussing/introducing the compositions & musicians. Horace & the Arkestra have a very special place in my personal jazz canon.
  10. Albert Ayler

    cheers - have been wanting to see this since it was first released
  11. This double CD (Lonehill Jazz) covers most of the Emarcy/Mosaic 5LP set ie 28 of 34 tracks, only missing 6 alternate takes
  12. Bud Powell - 1962 Copenhagen

    is it a reissue of this Japanese Marshmallow release? (from Lord online disco) P5739.10]Add Bud Powell Bud Powell in Scandinavia : Brew Moore (ts-1) Don Byas (ts-2) Bud Powell (p) Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen (b) Jorn Elniff (d) TV Studio, Copenhagen, Denmark, September 21, 1962 Rifftide (1) Marshmallow (Jap)MMEX-154 [CD] I remember Clifford (2) - Anthropology (1,2) - [P5739.20]Add Bud Powell Bud Powell (p) Erik Amundsen (b) Jacob Hansen (d) NRK Studios, Oslo, Norway, September 25 or 26, 1962 Dance of the infidels Marshmallow (Jap)MMEX-154 [CD] I remember Clifford - Hot house - 52nd Street theme - [P5739.30]Add Bud Powell Bud Powell (p) Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen (b) Jorn Elniff (d) Live "Radio Concert Hall", Copenhagen, Denmark, October, 1962 Introduction Marshmallow (Jap)MMEX-154 [CD] Anthropology - Like someone in love - Straight no chaser - 'Round midnight - 52nd Street theme - Note: The Bud Powell discography by Claude Schlouch lists recording venue as Cafe Montmartre. where's SteepleChase's website? https://www.steeplechase.dk/ this just gives you an email address
  13. New previously unissued Horace Tapscott

    still available from the Nimbus West site (not for long I'd venture) but price has jumped from $48 to $75 https://www.nimbuswestrecords.com/shop-5/p/pan-afrikan-peoples-arkestra-live-at-century-city-playhouse-9979-3lp-set Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra - Live at Century City Playhouse 9/9/79 (3LP set) $75.00 TECHNICALLY SOLD OUT BUT THERE IS A SMALL OVERRUN THAT ARE NOW AVAILABLE DIRECT THRU THIS WEBSTORE - ***ALL NEW ORDERS WILL SHIP WITHIN 7-14 DAYS OF ORDER PLACEMENT - WE ARE STILL CATCHING UP ON THE ORIGINAL ORDERS AND ARE CURRENTLY WAITING ON A RESTOCK OF MAILERS!!!*** (PLEASE BE PATIENT, WE ARE WORKING THRU THESE AS FAST AS WE CAN- THANKS!!)
  14. MPS reissues

    Ditto!! one of the few CTs I don't have on CD
  15. Burton Greene (1937-2021)

    RIP Burton