Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by savv, Jan 28, 2006.
One of the greatest Jazz drummers ever left us. May he rest in peace!
Thanks for posting. I've got some of those Oscar sessions on vinyl. You usually see them as "Exclusively for my friends."
What would a trip to the Salvation Army be without music? Picked up a couple of CDs today, along with some vinyl albums that need to be cleaned. The SA in Lincoln Park is not your ordinary SA.
Hal Galper - Now Hear This
feast your ears on Mark Murphy, scatter extraordinaire, and mento to Kurt Elling!
Listening to this compilation of parts of four albums Barry did for Riverside back in the early 1960s...
Several times a day. It’s also a goodie.
Wow. There was a regional drug chain in upstate NY called Fay's Drug that I "think" had CDs and Cassette tapes (on the tail end of cassette). Not a huge selection but it was there. Carl's Drugs in Upstate NY also if I recall correctly. College daze. Not entirely sure. Didn't stop into Carl's Drug's much. I figured the drugs there were just for Carl.
Been too busy last few days to spin any records. I'm bushed. I have Friday and Saturday off. Venue Sunday. Monday morning off. I'll make the best of my makeshift weekend.
The Record Theater I frequented most was on South Transit Road near Clinton Street. That's just the way I used to come in from the south from College.
Those photos kill me. Makes me wish I could relive the hayday of the big stores just one more time.
IN the car until 10 PM between appointments so it's XM Radio "Real Jazz" and that's it for today.
Blossom Dearie/Blossom Dearie Plays For Dancing/Give Him The Ooh-La-La/Once Upon A Summertime
Totally agree with you...loved Boz's early rock stuff so much so that this LP piqued my interest...i have not been disappointed...
TBH i am not a fan of jazz vocals...go all jazzy technique instead of just singing the song! This has been a revelation and a treat to listen to...
Hope that Vol 2 (let me know if you score a copy!) is around the corner somewheres...and the Boz settles into more Jazz singing...
For some reason MM reminds me of...
Paul Desmond/Gerry Mulligan: Two Of A Mind
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