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  1. These are previously unreleased archival recordings. I'm going to pull mine out for a spin this weekend.
  2. One of the great disappointments for me was the death of the Geodesic label. They released 3 items from the CAC archives then went poof. Well worth acquiring! http://beneathdetroit.com/products/ A little bit of history on the CAC can be found in their "about" page. I seem to recall a few well written articles about that scene either online or in print but can't lay my hands on them right now. beneathdetroit.com There are some full concerts (streaming only) archived on the site. Worth poking around.
  3. Any idea on who is in the trio Pim?
  4. soft giouk last name pronounced meenore, emphasis on the nore. What an excellent musician he is!
  5. A totally new recording to circulation! I ordered the cd and got the download yesterday. Excellent stuff from a relatively undocumented year. My old friend Jason Hook had a great website which is no longer active but you can access it through the wayback machine. https://web.archive.org/web/20131102134856/http://www.webmutations.com/ceciltaylor/index.html
  6. It's fantastic. One of the best live Buckley releases so far, and there are lots.
  7. Archie Shepp: saxophone, piano Bill Dixon: trumpet Don Warren: bass Howard McGray: drums Perry Robinson: clarinet Recorded live at the Helsinki Conservatory August 2nd 1962 as part of the World Festival of Youth and Students for Peace and Friendship. This is a great performance. Have had a copy of this for some time, great to know others are liking it!
  8. http://tumrecords.com/box-003-sacred-ceremonies And this one as well. But it looks like May 21 for both. I love the man's music and vision and am thrilled to see him releasing albums prolifically these last 10-15 years.
  9. I used to go there 4-5 times a year in the 80's and 90's when they had store hours. So many great finds. I did not know they were still in business.
  10. True. It was huge for my then 22 year old self.
  11. Well my friend you snooze you lose! It's happened to me there too. I've been acquainted with this store owner and store since 1984 when I first got my driver's license. Some of the best bargains of my (music collecting) life found there. Probably the best single day was around 1989-90 or so? My brother was in there in the morning (I was working for some extra $$, it was a Saturday) and said the owner had a bunch of records I might like "Sun Ra and some other stuff". Of course I flew over there. I found around 25 original mint Byg/Actuel titles, all of the Sun Ra on ABC impulse stuff and a dozen or so rarities (Shepp, Bill Dixon, Cherry). I got 45 or so lps for $300. A fortune for me then, but well worth the price at most any given point in time. What pains me the most is that all the Sun Ra Saturn stuff had been there just a few hours earlier. And who knows what else....
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