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  1. I found a nice stash of acetates - some air shots others seem like home recordings - in the strangest way. They were listed on Wolfgangs as home recordings. I had been talking to a guy who collects home recordings - so I looked at them to see what the labels said. Lloyd Lifton with Lee Konitz, Lee Konitz, and Lennie Tristano. So I bought everything that had similar handwriting. Probably came from the Jazz Record Mart when the entire inventory went to Wolfgangs. Lee sings on a couple - something you don’t hear elsewhere. I think most likely from the mid 40’s in Chicago.
  2. Have posted before - but seems worth it to post here: Tristano with accordion - request access when you link - there are several good sides (trio and solo too) happy to share. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1EHUB_Lk_dF1-ciCbkAhjxk_McV_0Mn6_/view?usp=drivesdk from acetate - not pristine.
  3. Will happily pay the tariff for Revolt of the Negro Lawn Jockeys
  4. 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
  5. I too bought the Monk set on release and kept up through 34 or 36 sets then stopped buying everything...only some regrettably.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. I saw a few of these shows - but missed too many back when I was a student w/o funds (or enough knowledge).
  9. Track three is Boundaries by Elton Dean for sure. As I recall Dennis referenced as inspiration for his excellent Catechism.
  10. I think I have box #11 ordered as soon as I heard about it.
  11. 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!
  12. If not sold i’ll go for it. Love Brueker and have no idea what the others are...
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    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.
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