russes01

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  1. Will happily pay the tariff for Revolt of the Negro Lawn Jockeys
  2. Arrived from Amazon today - not yet played.
  3. Blow, Brother Konitz, BLOW!

    A link to what I think is a home recording before joining Thornhill...one of several acetates at home. Probably need to request access. Lloyd Lifton sextet with Lee. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1OxaVsV5OdMFSRf7klMk4pB2Pym-q7T7n/view?usp=drivesdk
  4. I too bought the Monk set on release and kept up through 34 or 36 sets then stopped buying everything...only some regrettably.
  5. Stereo: 2 or 4 speakers?

    There are those who swear by two sets of Advents - one on top of the other. I have never heard this so can’t say.
  6. I like the Marcy Lutes record (Gil Evans arranges about 1/3) - I have and enjoy the Pat Scott record but it’s more commercial - Jane Harvey, Anne Richards and Honi Gordon I have and endorse.
  7. Creative Black Music at the Walker

    I saw a few of these shows - but missed too many back when I was a student w/o funds (or enough knowledge).
  8. BFT195 Link & Discussion

    Track three is Boundaries by Elton Dean for sure. As I recall Dennis referenced as inspiration for his excellent Catechism.
  9. Miles on Columbia

    I think I have box #11 ordered as soon as I heard about it.
  10. SOLD Euro Jazz Boxes Three-Fer

    Arrived - excellent packaging - the bubble wrap saved the day as the mailman decided to leave it on one of the planters (in a downpour) instead of the covered entrance... no damage!
  11. SOLD Euro Jazz Boxes Three-Fer

    If not sold i’ll go for it. Love Brueker and have no idea what the others are...
  12. Anthony Cox

    Saw him with his band Acoustic Death Wish - Cox, Dave King, & Brandon Wozniak in June at the now defunct (closed last day of June) Artists Quarter in St. Paul. Great playing - mostly Cox originals and an Ornette tune.
  13. Sure - figure it should be out in the world. A few other interesting things i’ve lucked into while out digging for stuff. I have a full set of the second Esquire concert I need to get transcribed cause they look as clean as the Duke discs - hopefully sound good too.
  14. Free to download - Ellington in Duluth 1946 - from broadcast acetates I found last summer. Third is an interview with Duke and Strayhorn. Interesting snapshot of an average workday. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1C1ryHA4GAJSN1ZolMpPAS1BZaqFh7Atb/view?usp=drivesdk https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NjkejroQ7NIYTVW7ZF8dqFYM4Ro__0BF/view?usp=drivesdk https://drive.google.com/file/d/10i22GP-WiKfB27riKcK1xxdVXlbalWhG/view?usp=drivesdk probably need to request access.
  15. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    My copy has the artwork taped to a jacket (loose - no glue) with the seeds record inside. Very odd.