Shannon Dickey

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About Shannon Dickey

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  • Birthday 11/09/1969

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  • Gender Male
  • Location Denver, Colorado
  • Interests Vinyl!!!. Jazz. Film. Literature.

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  1. Searching for Dupree Bolton

    Yeppy, it is indeed included in the Mosaic Select...And what a great album! As well as the FOX by Land. I got yhe Amy box shortly after it was released. A few month's back, I found my original LP copy, on the red wax! I knew I had it, I just thought it was trashed! It was not! Hallejua to 'ya!!
  2. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    Just listened to Giussepi Logan Quartet. lp. original ESP. SMILE. Next up: Gene Ammons "The Souful Moods of Gene (Jug) Ammons. Audiophile. Listening w/ my good friend, the artist, Harry Tulchin. Goodbye everybody and good luck...... Horny
  3. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    Lee Konitz Quartet "TRANQUILITY" Verve. Original. Mono. With: Billy Bauer, Henry Grimes and Dave Bailey. . From the liner notes: "...Grimes' contribution may scare a few people, especially Bass-playing people." Haw Haw!! Liner notes by Jack Fuller. Great lp. -------HB
  4. Jimmy Forrest

    I loves me some Gatortail!! I played "Headed and Gutted" just a few days back. I always stump folks with the "Who wrote 'Night Train'" question. ------HB
  5. Giuseppi Logan

    If this was mentioned before, I apologize, but didn't Logan also record on one of Burton Greene's ESP lps? I know I have that lp, the one with the close up image of Greene's face on the cover. I may be wrong on this, so back out to the garage to search for the lp. Clear me up if I'm mistaken. Listened to the Quartet (Logan's) yesterday. I had forgotten how much I enjoyed it. I don't have Logan's 2nd ESP lp, anyone want to furnish me a copy?? Clifford?? -----HB
  6. David Fathead Newman, R.I.P.

    Sad, another one gone.... R.I.P. Mr. Newman!
  7. Whilst in L.A. I had to check out Amoeba, I had been to the one in Berkely and S.F. The L.A. store is sick!! I listen to all kinds of music, so it really put a dent on my Visa. While perusing the Jazz selection at the L.A. Amoeba, I was rather happy because my jazz vinyl collection was superior to what Amoeba had to offer with a few pricey exceptions. The Rock section was very dangerous for me, but I left poorer but happy. ---Best to all, HB
  8. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    Now: Donald Byrd "Byrd Blows on Beacon Hill" Transition.
  9. David Izenzon

    Anybody enjoy the Charles Brackeen titles on Silkheart? I remember getting a bunch of Silkheart vinyl in the early 1990's. The 3 Charles Gayle titles, the fantastic Booker T. lp and the David Ware lps. Any feedback folks??? ---Best, HB
  10. David Izenzon

    I really enjoy the Cecil Payne set. I do believe I have one of the Jordan's, hell, now I gotta' go to the garage and hunt!! Best to all, -------HB
  11. RIP Ron Asheton

    "I saw the Stooges, covered with bruises..."----The Dictators from "Who Will Save Rock and Roll" R.I.P. Ron!
  12. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    John Lewis and Sacha Distel "AFTERNOON IN PARIS" Atlantic. 1956. With Barney Wilen, Kenny Clarke, Percy Heath, Connie Kay and Pierre Michelot. So Nice!!
  13. R.I.P. Freddie Hubbard

    (sniff-Snort) R.I.P. Hubbard. I'll never forget waiting outside a club, in NYC, for EVER, 'cuz Hub was on one of his usual cola binges. When we finally get in and wait donkey's years for the show to begin.....Hub, after 1 tune, pulls a temper tantrum and LEAVES the show!! He made somee great music. I'll always dig the cat
  14. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    Charlie Ventura "The new Charlie Ventura in hi-fi" Baton records. No bass sax, but still great fun. W/ Billie Bean, Dave Hildinger, Richard Davis and "Mousie" Alexander on the drums. Sweet sounds from 1956.
  15. Gigi Gryce

    I dig Gryce!! "Rat Race Blues" both the record and the book swing. Dig!