Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by savv, Jan 28, 2006.
Web grab pic. My copy is sim-stereo, but my preamp has a mono button.
Charlie Haden - Ballad Of The Fallen
Here are some pix I took of the sad and historic last day of the last location:
Just Finished: Benny Carter and Dizzy Gillespie, "Carter, Gillespie, Inc." (second side from last night)
Now Playing: The John Colianni Trio with Lew Tabackin, "Blues-O-Matic"
Plays W.C. Handy
Recorded (Chicago) 1954
Released (Columbia LP) 1954
Remastered (CBS CD) 1987
Louis Armstrong (trumpet, vocals); Velma Middleton (vocals);
Trummy Young (trombone); Barney Bigard (clarinet);
Billy Kyle (piano); Arvell Shaw (bass); Barrett Deems (drums)
Prestige – PR 16001 1963
A1 Front O' Town 0:00 A2 Happy Strut 4:16 A3 Creole Girl 8:54 A4 4-11-44 13:43 B1 Back O' Town 17:06 B2 Muddy Dust 22:15 B3 French Market 25:16 B4 Gumbo Filet 29:23
Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Pony Poindexter Bass – George Tucker Drums – Jimmie Smith Piano – Gildo Mahones Tenor Saxophone – Booker Ervin Trombone – Al Grey
Full Disclosure on Internet Pic...Correct catalog number and condition, just a grab.
Kinda lounge Hamp making' a buck. All the same, the Columbia studio allows for some good music to shine through, the engineers really knew what they were doing.
Terje Rypdal - Odyssey
Dang! Time for the last side already...
Now Playing: Cal Collins, "Blues on My Mind"
Trombone: Bob Brookmeyer Piano: Mose Allison Upright Bass: Teddy Kotick Drums: Nick Stabulas
Nice that you documented this, but it almost brought a tear to my eye. Between losing Record Theater in Buffal and Sam The Record Man and A&A Records in Toronto, that ended an era of treks to the Niagara Frontier for Vinyl. Sad.
Barry Harris Trio With Al Cohn – Barry Harris Trio With Al Cohn Gambit Records 69284 2008
00:00 America The Beautiful 05:04 Night And Day 13:33 My Shining Hour 22:03 Bright 27:11 Skylark 33:25 Woody 'N You 39:15 Comin' Home 45:21 You're My Everything 51:27 Lover 1:01:10 Play It Now 1:06:09 Georgia On My Mind 1:12:23 It's Sand, Man!
Bass – Larry Ridley (tracks: 8 to 12), Sam Jones (tracks: 1 to 7) Drums – Alan Dawson (tracks: 8 to 12), Leroy Williams (tracks: 1 to 7) Piano – Barry Harris (2) Tenor Saxophone – Al Cohn
Recorded in New York on December 6, 1976. Bonus Tracks (8-12): Recorded in New York on June 19, 1975.
Invitation 0:00 The Party's Over 4:53 What Kind Of Fool Am I 8:16 People 12:44 Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise 16:01 Wives And Lovers 19:42 Alone Together 22:17 Jamaica Farewell 26:17 Shanty In Old Shantytown 28:40 Mr. Lucky 32:58
Frank Strozier, alto sax, flute; Sam Dockery Jr., piano; Larry Ridley, bass; Roy Haynes, drums.
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