Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by savv, Jan 28, 2006.
A very fine session.
It's funny when you look at the beginning of some of the playlists, the guys just put titles up for the most part. And then, remember when there were separate YouTube playlists?
By the way, I admire all the guys who take pictures of their turntable, CD player, etc, and the actual recording they are playing. I'm the one that's too lazy to do that!
And I haven't really analyzed that Google thing too carefully. I'll check it out again.
Eddie Locke once told me that Coleman Hawkins said to him, "Listen to Nelson Riddle's arrangements when he arranges for Nat King Cole, and then listen to his arrangements for Frank Sinatra".
Okay, it's next New Year's Eve at your place!!
A friend stays at my house every New Year's Eve, and we grill lunch on New Years Day. Been doing this every year since 1979. Some years we had to shovel up to 3' of snow off the deck to get to the grill. To top it off, until the last few years my buddy always wore shorts, no matter what the temperature was. Can't beat that grilled Kielbasa though.
Maynard Ferguson - M.F. Horn Vol.I -
That 70's Eric
I got this from a friend this weekend who threw in 6 sleeveless records, five Prestige fireworks labels and one older Riverside.
Art Blakey Quintet - A Night At Birdland Volume 2 - Blue Note BLP 1522 - 1959
Look what came in the mail today.
Frank Strozier: Fantastic
We're going to do this New Year's at Kris', and next we'll hit your place!
James Moody / Al Cohn - Too Heavy for Words (MPS)
You're on. Hope you like Kielbasa and kraut with hot mustard.
Sounds good to me! I'll bring the beer!!
volunteered slavery -- Rahsaan Roland Kirk
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