Dmitry

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  1. Goooooooooooooooooooooooooool

    Argentina - Uruguay is coming up in an hour. This should beast the pants off the E-S match. Agree on Kane. He had just one half-decent cross delivered to him in the second half. If Grealish were put in 20 minutes sooner, it could've ended differently. Manager should've subbed Sterling, not Foden.
  2. Goooooooooooooooooooooooooool

    Agree. VERY surprised at the Scotts - refreshing, imaginative, enthusiastic. Everything that England was supposed to be, but was not.
  3. Goooooooooooooooooooooooooool

    Morata is the most overrated forward of his generation. Ukraine beat Macedonia...barely. This Macedonian team is very good, for a country of 2 only million people, even phenomenally-good. My semi-finalists are the French, Portugal, England, and either Belgium or Wales.
  4. Goooooooooooooooooooooooooool

    I must confess that I didn't watch the match, just the highlights on YouTube. It appeared that it was all Czechs, with the exception of one lad hitting the bar with a nice volley from well outside the box. My Ukrainians played their usual game - a squad, observing which would make one scratch their head and think "How the hell did they make it all the way here?!", until flashes of brilliance spark, and then one says, "I see, that's how." They have no chance...
  5. Goooooooooooooooooooooooooool

    Tartan army looked rather un-army-like today. They did play their fair share: many will remember them for facilitating one of the greatest goals in Euro history.
  6. Goooooooooooooooooooooooooool

    In the first half Turkey looked like they may have had a chance for a draw, but after the break they fell apart, opening gaps between midfield and defence, which the Italians competently exploited. Italy got a well-deserved win. They better had, playing in Rome!
  7. BFT 206 is LIVE

    ACHTUNG: THE ANSWERS ARE BELOW!!! Ahmed Abdul-Malik - La Ibkey, from JAZZ SOUNDS OF AFRICA Mickey Bass Quartet - Danielle's waltz, from ANOTHER WAY OUT Lenny Breau - You Needed Me, from LENNY BREAU TRIO Curtis Amy & Dupree Bolton - Amyable, from KATANGA Earl Anderza - All Of The Things You Are, from OUTA SIGHT Nat Adderley - eponymous from A LITTLE NEW YORK MIDTOWN MUSIC Jeff Beck - Diamond Dust, from BLOW BY BLOW Quincy Jones - Walkin', from TIS IS HOW I FEEL ABOUT JAZZ The Junior Mance Trio - Emily, from BLUE MANCE
  8. BFT 206 is LIVE

    Sorry, we tried... It appears to be a scarce title. There's no record of it in the Discogs.
  9. BFT 206 is LIVE

    Mickey Bass is selling this title on his website: http://rainbowjazz.com/product-category/cds/cds-physical-copy/ I liked the liner notes for this cd. The author applies the SEND IN THE CLONES designation to the unnamed, but numerous contemporary players. Very apt.
  10. BFT 206 is LIVE

    The hints are bountiful...for the Sherlock in you! So, No.2. One musician's name is of the instrument he plays. One musician's names were the names of the presidents. One musician's name is shared with the naval hero. The record label is a rara avis. Well-spied, Thom!
  11. BFT 206 is LIVE

    You have collectively solved this one, aside from Track No.2, which has proven to be a tough nut to crack. Even the elusive tracks no.7 and no.9 were found out! Nothin esoteric on no.2, except for the record itself, which, to mind knowledge is rather marginal in terms of its commercial availability. All the band members are well-known to the cognoscenti, such as this fine gathering of unlike-minded gentlemen has been from its inception. Should I start giving away tastefully-chosen hints?
  12. BFT 206 is LIVE

    Well done, all around, with Sangrey leading the way. sgcim, good on you for recognizing the late great LB. Collectively, you've got all of them correct, except for numbers 2, 7, 9.
  13. if this type of curatorial service exists, I imagine only in Japan, Tokyo or another large city. I remember walking into Tower in NYC and there would always be knowledgeable sales staff to direct you, undoubtedly in their biased ways, but still guide you to a particular performance’s recording. We all know what happened with that music store chain. Before Tower there was a flagship Sam Goody’s in Times Square, a stuff of legends in regards to stories of the people who walked the floors there. I caught the very tail end of that, in the early 1990s.