Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by savv, Jan 28, 2006.
Enjoyed visit to Springfield years back. Lincoln museum and other sites can fill a couple days. That Recycled records shop adds to reason to return.
WUCF, Orlando again this morning.
Yeah there was another alto player in the band named John Jackson who used to solo also.
Getting a head start on Justin's law, are we?
I didn't realize joints were a part of dog walking. Nobody told me that when we babysat a dog for eight friggen' months!
I woke up this morning and noticed a severe weather warning on one of my weather apps. We don't get much around here, but it's that time of year where a tornado could hit, so it's a good idea to pay attention.
This one was for severe heat. The problem is that the forecast doesn't get any higher than 28c all week. WTF?
Warn the Canadians, it's going to approach 30c, and they might melt!
Live And More - Marcus Miller
I really dislike record cleaning. Gotta do it when you're a (mostly) used vinyl man, though.
We had company over on Saturday, and I had the place to myself before they arrived. I had a pile of veggies to chop, and pulled out a couple of Bob Marley albums to spin; Natty Dread and Kaya.
Both of them are just pristine, but out of nowhere one them started skipping. Whaaa? Turns out there was a small speck of something stuck in one of the grooves. No idea what the deal was. I don't recall it being an issue in the past, and I'm really careful with my vinyl.
I'm not in the habit of cleaning vinyl that doesn't need it.
Off topic, but I might have been spinning Kaya while @poppachubby was smoking some, heh heh.
I took my kid to the library yesterday, and came across a Mance. It was in the blues section, though; Buddy Guy's Buddy And The Juniors.
Did we 'discuss' this one?
That record just got "AR'd".
Speaking of which, I fired up my XA this morning. This Father's Day (and weekend) was a bit chaotic around here, so I didn't get the usual lazy time. I'm taking it right now with some vinyl that is older than I am.
Kenny Dorham - Jazz Contrasts (original Riverside, as far as I know)
Louis Armstrong and The Dukes Of Dixieland (original Audio Fidelity)
Duke Ellington - Mood Indigo (original six eye)
Duke Ellington and Count Basie - First Time! The Count Meets The Duke (this one is a two eye, so it might be wrong that it's older than I am)
Time to start a business lol
Forgot to tell you I rolled on that one
As you should!
My god do I love that album. That and Natty Dread are one of my fav one-two punches of all time. I know they weren't released as such, but for me they just fit together perfectly.
Wasn't Rastaman Vibration originally released with a burlap type cover, for 'rolling' purposes?
I stumbled on an original Catch A Fire, with the Zippo cover, at a garage sale awhile back. Sadly the cover has a bit of water damage, but damn is it cool to have it.
Thanks, Billy. Too bad you missed the place. For what it's worth, here's the info (in case you're ever in Springfield again). If you're there in the summer, be well hydrated when you show up. Be prepared to sweat!
Not to my recollection, but my brain is like oatmeal lately with the heat and the extra long days working.
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