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  1. All discs are guaranteed or your money back. Shipping is $2.50 for the 1st disc and an additional .50/disc after that. Spend $60 and get free shipping in the CONUS. Will ship anywhere else at actual cost. Spend $90, take 15% off. If you have any questions please pm me. All art work is included and in good shape except where noted, also, some of these are promo’s and will have holes punched. The jewel cases will show some wear, if you want a new one, add .75 per. I will be updating this list as I go through my piles. Thanks for looking. Trades considered as are all offers. Alemeny, Jesus – Cubanismo (Hannibal) $3.00 Allen, Carl & Manhattan Priojects – The Dark Side of Dewey (Evidence) $4.00 w/Mulgrew Miller, Vincent Herring, Nicholas Payton ect. Allison, Mose – Gimcracks and Gewgaws (Blue Note) $4.00 w/Mark Shim, Paul Motian Auldridge, Mike – Dobro, Blues and Bluegrass (Takoma) $4.00 Barth, Bruce – East and West (MaxJazz) $4.00 Bates, Michael – Acrobat (Sunnyside) $3.50 w/Chris Speed, Russ Johnson Bergonzi, Jerry – Tenorist (Savant) $8.50 Blackman, Cindy – Code Red (Muse) $4.00 Blakey, Art – A Day With Art Blakey vol 1 (Fourstar) w/Lee Morgan, Wayne Shorter $4.00 Blakey, Art – A Day With Art Blakey vol 2 (Fourstar) w/Lee Morgan, Wayne Shorter $4.00 Bluiett, Hamiet – Bluiett’s barbeque band (Mapleshade) $4.00 Bluesiana II (Windham Hill) $3.50 w/Dr. John, Fathead Newman, Ray Anderson ect. Bluesiana Hurricane (Shanachie) w/Lester Bowie, Bobby Watson $4.00 Bowie, Lester –The Organizer (DIW) $15.00 Brooks, Tina – True Blue (Blue Note Spanish import 1997) $4.50 Brown, Rob Lou Grassi 4tet – Scratching the Surface (Cadence) $9 Brown, Rob Trio – Sounds (Clean Feed) $9.00 Bryant, Freddie – Live Grooves…Epic Tales (HiPNOTIC) $3.00 w/Donnie McCaslin, Yosvany Terry ect. Burton, Gary – Quartet Live (Concord) $4.00 w/Pat Metheny Carlberg, Frank – The Crazy Woman (Accurate) $3.00 Carr, Paul – Just Noodlin’ (self produced) $3.00 w/Terell Stafford Change of Time – Change of Time (Omnitone) $3.00 Chapin, Thomas – Sky Piece (Knitting Factory) $5.00 Charles, Teddy – Salute to Hamp (Bethlehem) $2.00 Chase, Allan – Dark Clouds with Silver Linings (Accurate) w/Ron Horton, piano-less 4tet $4.00 Cion, Sarah Jane – Summer Night (Naxos) w/Michael Brecker $5.00 Clarke/Boland Big Band – En Concert (RTE sealed) $10.00 Clay, James – I Let a Song go out of My Heart (Antilles) $4.00 Cole, Nat King – The Chronogical 1943-1944 (Classics) $15.00 Dave Scott/Tony Malaby – Quartet (9Winds) $3.00 Davis, Eddie Lockjaw – Prestige Profiles (Prestige) $2.00 compilation Derrick, Frank – The Beat Goes On (Jazzed Media) $3.00 Dolphy, Eric – Far Cry (Prestige) K2 sealed $8.50 Douglas, Jerry and Peter Rowan – Yonder (Sugar Hill) $4.00 Drazen, Benjamin – Inner Flights (Posi-Tone) 4tet $3.00 Edwards, Teddy & Houston Person – Horn to Horn $4.50 Farmer, Art – Brass Shout/Aztec Suite (Gambit) $5.00 Formanek, Michael – Extended Animation (Enja) w/Tiom Berne, Wayne Krantz, Mark Feldman $16.00 Fortune, Jesse – Fortune Tellin’ Man (Delmark) $3.00 w/Dave Specter Gonsalves, Paul – Ellingtonia Moods and Blues (BMG) $8.00 Gordon, Dexter – Settin’ the Pace (Savoy) $3.00 disc and booklet are fine, digipak is worn. Gray, Wardell – Volume 4 1947 (Masters of Jazz) w/Dexter Gordon, Sonny Criss ect. Sealed $10 Great Guitars – Live (Concord) Charlie Byrd, Barney Kessel, Herb Ellis 2 discs $4.00 Gress, Drew – Spin & Drift (Premonition) $4.50 Harrison, Donald – Real Life Stories (Nagel Heyer) $3.00 Hatza, Greg – In My Pocket (Palmetto) $3.00 w/Ralph Lalama, Paul Bollenbeck Hayes, Louis – At Large (Sharp Nine) $6.00 Haynes, Roy – Praise (Dreyfus) $4.00 Heath, Jimmy – Really Big (OJC) $4.00 Henderson, Mike & the Bluebloods – First Blood (Dead Reckoning) $3.00 Herberman, Steve – Thought Lines (Reach) $2.50 w/Bruce Swaim Herrera, Nachito – Live at the Dakota (Dakota Live) $5.00 Hot Club de Norvege – Django Music (Hot Club Records) $6.00 Hughes, Luther & the Cannonball-Coltane Project – Spectacular (Primrose Lane) $7.00 Israel, Yoron – Connection (Half Note) w/Eric Alexander, Steve Turre ect. $4.00 Jackson, DD – Anthem (RCA) w/James Carter $3.00 Jackson, Javon – When the Time is Right (Blue Note) $3.00 Jacquet, Illinois & Leo Parker – Toronto 1947 (Uptown) $10 Johnson, Howard – Gravity (Verve) Tuba Party! $10 Johson, Osie – Osie’s Oasis (OJC) $4.00 Jones, Philly Joe – Filet de Sole (Marge) $18.00 8tet Keystone Quartet – A Love Story (32 Jazz) Eric Alexander, Cyrus Chestnut, Lewis Nash, George Mraz $4.00 Klemmer, John Touch (MCA) $2.00 Kolker, Adam – Flag Day (Sunnyside) $3.50 w/John Abercrombie, Paul Motian Krall, Diana – Love Scenes (Impulse!) $2.00 Leitch, Peter – Mean What You Say (Concord/Bellaphon) $3.00 Lerner, Peter – Cry For Peace (Blujazz) $4.00 w/Eric Alexander Lewis, Victor - Family Portrait (Audioquest) w/John Stubblefield, Cecil McBee ect. $4.00 Locke, Joe – Slander (Milestone) $4.00 LoCrasto, Frank – When You’re There (MaxJazz) $3.50 Lowe, Frank – Lowe-down & Blue (CIMP) 4tet $10 Maneri, Joe – Tenderly (hat ology 1999 edition) $6.00 Marcus, Todd Jazz Orchestra – In Pursuit of the Ninth Man (HiPNOTIC) $2.00 bass clarinetist Marquez, Sal – One For Dewey (GRP) Mile trib $6.00 Marshall, John – Keep On Keepin’ On (Mons) $4.00 w/Jesse Davis Marshall, John & Tardo Hammer – Bopera House (VSOP) $6.00 Marshall, Mike & Darol Anger – Chiaroscuro (Windham Hill) $5.00 Mayhew, Virginia – A Simple Thank You (Renma) $3.00 Mayhew, Virginia – Phantoms (Renma) $2.00 Mayhew, Virginia – Sanda Shuffle (Renma) $2.00 McCann, Les – in New York (Capitol) $8.00 w/Stanley Turrentine, Frank Haynes McClain, Mighty Sam – Live in Japan (Orleans) $35 w/Wayne Bennett McDonald, Marc – It Doesn’t End Here (NEIS) $2.00 McLemore, Scott – Found Music (Fresh Sounds New Talent) $6.00 w/Tony Malaby McPherson, Charles – Beautiful! (Xanadu) $16.00 Melford, Myra – The Same River Twice (Gramavsion, case is cracked) $4.00 Melvoin, Mike – You Know (City Light) $3.00 Mixon, Donovan – Look Mas, No Hands (Philoloogy) $7.00 w/George Garzone Motian, Paul – It Should;’ve Happened a Long Time Ago (ECM) $12.00 w/Frisell, Lovano New and Used – Souvenir (Knitting Factory) $8.00 w/Dave Douglas New World Jazz Composers Octet – Transitions (Big & Phat Jazz Productions) $5.00 New World Jazz Project – Brave New World (CD Baby) $2.00 Niculescu, Florin – Plays Stephane Grappelli (Blujazz) $7.00 Norman, Phil Tentet – Totally Live at Catalina Jazz Club (Mama) $8.00 O’Gallagher, John – Abacus (Arabesque) $3.50 w/Ben Monder Parker, William – The Inside Songs of Curtis Mayfield Live in Rome (Rai Trade) $9.00 Penas, Oscar – From Now On (BJU) $1.00 Piccolo, Greg – Homage (EDM) $3.50 Quebec, Ike – Soul Samba (Blue Note Connoisseur 1996) $7.00 Quinichette, Paul – The Kid From Denver (Biograph) $4.00 Redman, Dewey – African Venus (Evidence) w/Joshua Redman $6.00 Redman, Dewey – Living on the Edge (Black Saint) 4tet $4.00 Rolfe, Nick – The Persuader (Bluejay) $3.00 w/Steve Turre, Don Braden Rossi, Mick – One Block from Planet Earth (Omnitone) $2.50 Salvadore, Sal – and Crystal Image (Stash) $3.00 Sandke, Randy – Calling All Cats (Concord ) $3.50 Sauders, Bruce – Forget Everything (Moo) $12.00 w/Jack DeJohnette Saxemble (Qwest) $3.00 w/James Carter, Frank Lowe, Cindy Blackman ect. Schaphorst, Ken – When the Moon Jumps (Accuarate) $4.00 Schilkraut, Davey – Last Date (Endgame) $7.00 w/Bill Triglia Scott, Tony & Bill Evans – A Day in New York (Fresh Sounds) $16.00 Shank, Bud & Bill Perkins (Blue Note West Coast Classics) $13.00 Smulyan, Gary – More Treasures (Reservoir) $7.00 Soulive – Soulive (Blue Note sealed) $4.00 Stafford, Terell – Taking Chances (MaxJazz) $4.00 w/Tim Warfield Stein, John – Hi Fly (Whaling City)$3.00 Tenor Trio – Ernie Watts, Pete Christlieb, Rickey Woodard (JVC) 20 bit $7.00 Trio 2 – Anthony Davis, James Newton, Abdul Wadud (Gramavision) $7.00 Trio Da Paz & Joe Locke – Live at Jazz Baltica (MaxJazz) $8.00 Turrentine, Stanley – If I Could (Music Masters) w/Ron Carter, Sir Roland Hanna ect $3.00 Turtle Island String Quartet – Metropolis (Windham Hill) $3.00 Valdes, Chucho – Religion of the Congo (Blue Note) $4.00 Vuckovich, Larry – Street Scene (Tetrachord) $6.50 Walrath, Jack & the Masters of Suspense – Serious Hang (Muse) $5.00 w/Don Pullen Westchester Jazz Orchestra – All In (WJO) $12.00 Weston, Randy – Jazz a La Bohemia (OJC) w/Cecil Payne $5.00 White, Glenn – Sacred Machines (OA2) $3.00 6tet Wilson, Matt – Going Once, Going Twice (Palmetto) w/Joel Frahm $3.00 Wolfe, Ben – No Strangers Here (MaxJazz) $4.00 Woodard, Fred – Arrival! (Ujam) $2.00
  2. Imagine my relief that I didn't, i the immortal words of Roger Clemens,misremember deleting my own thread in the past. Thanks mods, the thread in question is gone.
  3. I want to delete a thread in the Offering and Looking For area. I am pretty sure I've done it before but I can't remember how and a search here didn't yield the info. Can anyone help?
  4. Thanks everyone, I have the 1948 Carnegie Hall date on vinyl on the Caracol label. Looks like the Storyville release should be easy to get a hold of.
  5. Are there any standout releases from Webster's return to the fold in 1948-49? I know there was a recording ban but I am wondering which broadcast releases I should be looking for. Thanks in advance, and merry Christmas.
  6. Excellent release, glad I picked it up. Thanks for the rec.
  7. Just picked this up at Stereo Jack's along with the Lester Young Boston 1950 also on Uptown. Fidelity on the Lester is much better. I wish the notes had more about the story behind the tape, or maybe I just scanned through them too fast.
  8. Regarding the Bear Family set, I wouldn't disagree with Big Beat Steve's comments. I will say the booklet with this set is about as good as it gets. ... a recommendation on another forum just prompted me to check out Buddy Johnson's band ... and for sure there's some fine blowing (I've got the 1947-49 Chrono disc) by these guys David Van Dyke and Purvis Henson!
  9. Has anyone here heard the live date noted at the Wardell Gray discography from the site linked above dating from 9/27/52 and released by the Los Angeles Jazz Institute?
  10. I will spring for this set even though I have most of it. Glass Bead Games is one of my desert island dates, I had Jordan sign my copy around 1981 or 82. The side with Alias Buster Henry and One For Amos is probably the most played album side I own. I wish the set also included Reasons in Tonality, maybe there will be a Keno Duke release. I was underwhelmed by the Sanders and Payne Dolphy series releases but haven't heard them in quite some time. Never heard the Brackeen.
  11. Happy Birthday Ronald, hope all is well. Let me know if you are ever passing through RI.
  12. Thanks everyone. I have been hanging here for 10 years and while I post less than I used to (and I never posted a lot) I still check here with regularity. I've had positive interactions with a lot of people here, not any negative ones come to mind. Thanks everyone, and especially Jim for keeping this place going.
  13. Are the cd's actual cd's or mp3's? I was sorely disappointed that the Joy Road set wasn't available as either a real cd or even in FLAC.
  14. I want to note that I recently purchased a couple of cd's from Travis, the transaction was smooth and the discs were received quickly and in fine shape.
  15. Another plug for Glass Bead Games. I saw him play in Providence around 1980-81 with a local rhythm section, it was not pretty, unfortunately (the local guys just weren't making it, especially the piano player if I remember correctly). He signed my copy of Glass Bead Games then.
  16. Enjoying the Ellington Small Group Sessions, starting with disc 1.
  17. Can I get download? Thanks. And apologies to Dan, I have not had a chance to get to this month's BFT as of yet.
  18. Maybe a victim of his own success in that he's had lots of releases, 35 or so listed at AllMusic and those are just his own dates. I've enjoyed the 6 or 7 dates of his that I've picked up. Would we agree that George Coleman is a major influence for Alexander? He's got about a dozen leader dates listed. I know Allmusic isn't comprehensive but you get the point. A few guys from Alexander's generation I usually look for (mostly as sidemen) would be Tony Malaby, Chris Cheek, Seamus Blake, and Donnie McCaslin. Generally if i see a cd with any of those guys on it I am more likely to take a chance even if I don't know the leader. Same thing for Mark Shim although he's got a lot lower profile.
  19. That's good for me. Hey, and I had the sense to request a title by David!
  20. This thread caused me to check Amazon for available recordings by Hayes, there are a lot more than I would have thought. I see there is a date with Paul Gonsalves, can anyone comment on that one?
  21. Gee, I would say $1,000 would buy a lot of speaker if one considers used. I bought a pair of ADS L1290II's off eBay last year for the grand sum of $301.50. Earlier this week I picked up a set of Altec Lansing Model 14's for $400. I am no expert but if one is patient there should be a pretty god deal of options available in, say, a 3-6 month period in any reasonably populated area. The B&W's mentioned above that retailed for $1,800 13 years ago would be sold for well under $1,000 if made available used today.
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