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  1. ??? Pre-Bop Blue Note CDs

    Good collection my guy!
  2. Johnny Hodges at Hotel Buckminster, 1952

    me too, just ordered the set too!
  3. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    the two hodges enigmas you guys just reminded me of + the arriving two MAJOR gaps in my bn collection (free for all // bu's delight) are going to arrive and then I with very few exceptions, maybe white label promo here and there, am DONE w/ LP collecting FOREVER. I only buy edison discs now!!!!!
  4. Johnny Hodges at Hotel Buckminster, 1952

    got both enigmas- love ballroom airchecks
  5. Bob Koester RIP

    Prestige Jams! 25 cents! got a huge kick out of that. RIP
  6. Grant Green: "Iron City"

    BJP was no fool, he was probably the greatest mind i ever shook hands with. If BJP said it then case closed. revewing thread and lots of great info- good job everybody, but whats the origin of the cockup with Pattons name getting attached attributed to?
  7. Notable young sidemen in big bands in the 70s-80's

    NEVER FIGURED OUT who the musical director (alto player) of the Lionel Hampton big band show c. '00-01 was. He was really fantastic though.
  8. Grant Green: "Iron City"

    john patton is SO distinctive i dont see how we can not ID it correctly by ear. Maybe my ear isnt the best for the job but I do know from my love of organ jazz BJP is one of the MOST distintive sounds..........so unless he COMPLETELY ALTERED IS USUAL ORGAN SETTING FOR THIS DATE, im leaning toward someone else- Larry Young I dont know either why did his name even get thrown in to this, ill look back , but some people suggested a 3rd party, im not opposed.........
  9. Grant Green: "Iron City"

    Beach Boys fans such posted the AFM sheets for Carl & the Passions sessions, if they can do it, so can we!
  10. Volunteer for Cleaning/Transferring LP in questionable shape?

    ah! well that ones sure in my wheelhouse! you think mold cover guy on ebay right now will except .99 for his $13.99 copy? usally id just lowball enough to skirt by, but, mold, dawg............ *wouldnt be a problem id just tape over it.
  11. Volunteer for Cleaning/Transferring LP in questionable shape?

    oh i see it now wow, didnt even know combo had long players (besides the 80s RELIC comps i got) theyre talking on youtube with her grandaughter and shes still chillin' so she the organist? oh this is rad- good find my guy i want one too! can i buy yours when you find a better one some day * is this her only LP they seem to be saying on the comments theres more but disocgs just has this, and a Black & white 78 shes on (piano) this is a very good new west coast jazz learning expeirence
  12. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    GOD I WAS ASSUMING IT WAS A COMPLETELY SEPERATE 1920s WHISPERING. WHEN I FIRST PUT IT ON I WAS ALL OH THERES WHISPERING, BUT I THOUGHT OHHHHHHHHHH NO CHEWY THATS OBVIOUSLY some completely seperate 1920s edison whispering...................thats it?????? MIND BLOWN FOR 579th TIME THIS WEEK.
  13. Curtis Fuller - RIP

    THERE IS AN INSTRUMENT. IT IS CALLED THE TROMBONE. ONE PERSON EXCELLED ON IT ABOVE ALL OTHERS. HE CAME TO EARTH ON DECEMBER 15, 1934 BEING BORN IN DETROIT, MI- AND PROCEEDED TO PUT THAT CITY ON THE MAP AS FAR AS JAZZ IS CONCERNED. FOR POSITIVELY ALTERING THE COURSE OF HUMAN CIVILIZATION ON SUCH A PROFOUND LEVEL, HE WILL HAVE MANY WONDERFUL EXPERIENCES AWAITING HIM IN SPACE TODAY AND BE REUNITED WITH ALL HIS FELLOW GENIUS FRIENDS. HE WILL BE GREATLY MISSED BY ALL WHO HEARD HIM
  14. Blue Note Tone Poet Series to continue in 2020...

    very very interesting- thank you
  15. Blue Note Tone Poet Series to continue in 2020...

    do multitraks even exist for this one cause its was unreleased at the original time period and never finished