djcavanagh

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  1. Mine arrived yesterday. I had ordered a couple of slicks and the Mingus 1959 booklet so it shipped from Stamford. It arrived before the Armstrong.
  2. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Is this the 1960 Jazz Cellar session? I've not seen this cover before.
  3. Hi Dan - I've just donated. Good luck! Denis
  4. I've just downloaded some of the Ellington (Newport 1968 and Congo Square 1970) and a Basie (Newport 1959) but they are only now offering mp3 downloads. I don't suppose anyone has flac downloads of these or any of the other Ellington or Basie concerts in flac form? Thanks Denis
  5. New Sam Rivers and others on No Business

    I'm in the UK too but I did receive mine shortly before Christmas.
  6. Ellington During the Recording Ban

    I don't suppose anyone has @jeffcrom 's breakdown of the 3cd Collector's Choice set? I've just messaged him, but I'm not sure if he still looks in on the forum. Thanks in advance Denis
  7. Labels Only Issuing CDRs

    Storyville sell some cd-rs for the early Duke Ellington Treasury Show cds (I think I guessed up o around Volume 11 or 12 but I can't be sure). I haven't had a problem when buying any new release Storyville cds (and this makes me much more inclined to buy them sooner rather than later).
  8. Lou Donaldson's Here 'Tis

    Yes, it is.
  9. The Lost Quintet -- Rotterdam Nov. 9, 1969

    I bought mine direct from them at a record fair last year (which seems like a lifetime ago at this stage) and it was a factory pressed cd.
  10. New Sam Rivers and others on No Business

    No-one (or at least not me) is saying anything different. But in 2020 some labels do sell cd-rs and I don't think it is unreasonable for someone to ask. In lots of ways, Storyville do a fantastic job but they do sell cd-rs on at least some of their back catalogue. As far as I can tell there is nothing on their website that indicates this, so suggesting a quick search wouldn't always pick such an issue up.
  11. New Sam Rivers and others on No Business

    Storyville, to give one example, produce cd-rs rather than cds, at least in some cases, so it isn't an unreasonable question. I have the first three volumes of the Sam Rivers series and, as noted above, these are factory pressed cds.
  12. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Did you order directly from Bandcamp?
  13. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Funkier than I was expecting!