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  1. Charlie Parker on film.

    A summary of Bird on film: https://www.birdlives.co.uk/film
  2. Turned out to be a browser issue - thanks for responding.
  3. Hi - I signed into the site and clicked around, but I can only find 30-second samples, offers to become a member and receive unlimited streaming, and links to download their mobile apps. Please help me access the $5 download option. Thank you.
  4. Joe Segal has passed at 94

    NYT obit : https://www.nytimes.com/2020/08/25/arts/music/joe-segal-dead.html?action=click&module=Well&pgtype=Homepage&section=Obituaries
  5. The Banned Dizzy Jerome Kern Recrods

    Per Lord online: All above titles also on Phoenix LP4, Official (Dan)3032, Classics (F)935 [CD], Masters of Jazz (F)MJCD119 [CD].
  6. Jazz For A Sunday Afternoon Vol. 2: The Guitars

    That's all Lord has listed. I don't have the LP. Lord does not have the Sunday Afternoon issue you mention. The Zoller track could be mislabeled - I don't have any of these issues.
  7. Jazz For A Sunday Afternoon Vol. 2: The Guitars

    Most of this material was issued on the I Giganti LP cited above. From Lord online: Grant Green Trio : Billy Taylor (p) Grant Green (g) Gene Taylor (b) Billy Kaye (d) Live, "Newport Jazz Festival", Freebody Park, Newport, Rhode Island, July 4, 1966 Canteloupe woman Note: "Cantaloupe woman" as "Blues in Green" on most issues. Billy Taylor (p) Kenny Burrell (g) Gene Taylor (b) Billy Kaye (d) Live "Newport Jazz Festival", Freebody Park, Newport, RI, July 4, 1966 Blues Attila Zoller (g) Live "Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, Rhode Island, July 4, 1966 Darn that dream Don Friedman (p) Attila Zoller (g) Gene Taylor (b) Billy Kaye (d) Live "Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, Rhode Island, July 4, 1966 Straight no chaser Hope this helps.
  8. Previously unknown Charlie Parker radio interview

    Thanks very much for sharing this.
  9. This is a nice find. Timner's Ellingtonia (5th ed.) shows nothing between June 8 and July 6, 1946. Here is the personnel of Ellington's July 9, 1946 record date for reference: Taft Jordan, Shelton Hemphill, Cat Anderson, Francis Williams, Shorty Baker (tp), Ray Nance (tp, vln, vcl) Joe Nanton, Lawrence Brown, Claude Jones, Wilbur DeParis (tb), Jimmy Hamilton (cl, ts) Johnny Hodges (as) Russell Procope (as, cl) Al Sears (ts), Harry Carney (bar, b-cl, cl) Duke Ellington (p), Fred Guy (g), Oscar Pettiford (b), Sonny Greer (d), Kay Davis, Al Hibbler (vcl) The contents of the uploaded music files, each of which is about 15 1/2 minutes, appear to be the following : 1. Take The “A” Train/Announcement/Take The “A” Train/Transblucency (kd vcl)/ C Jam Blues/I’m Just A Lucky So-and-So (ah vcl)/Announcement/ Riff Staccato (cut off) 2. Riff Staccato (cut in)/Come Rain Or Come Shine (kd vcl)/Blue Skies/ Things Ain’t What They Used To Be/Outro/Intro Of Interview/ Start Of Interview Thanks very much. Any other acetates lying around?
  10. Mosaic Dial set coming soon

    I ordered this when the repressing was announced. FYI, my copy has the following errors: Disk 7 plays as Disk 9. Disk 8 plays as Disk 7. Disk 9 plays as Disk 8. I suppose I have the whole set, but I emailed Mosaic anyway to let them know. Other recent purchasers may wish to check this out.
  11. Post a pic

    "Fats Navarro, Charlie Parker, Max Roach and Coleman Hawkins with Cuban Jazz musicians, including Diego Iborra and Felo Hernandez. Photo by Nancy Villalobos." https://rjt4.tumblr.com/post/167732219313/fats-navarro-charlie-parker-max-roach-and Other interesting shots at https://rjt4.tumblr.com. I am not the site owner.
  12. Pee Wee Marquette

    Thanks very much for posting this - very interesting!
  13. Savoy set coming from Mosaic

    Does anyone else think that the picture of Cecil Payne on page 4 of the booklet looks more like Harry Carney?
  14. Jazz Record Mart for sale

    Update: https://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20160206/river-north/jazz-record-mart-owner-reaches-deal-sell-all-his-records-closing-soon