Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by savv, Jan 28, 2006.
I don't think I have that many, but I have a lot.
I'll be on the record to the day I die that Songs Of Freedom is one of the best box sets ever.
Ed Thigpen Trio - Mr. Taste (Justin Time)
Johnny Smith - Sound of Johnny Smith Guitar (Royal Roost)
Howard Rumsey's Lighthouse All-Stars Vol. 6 ( Contemporary)
An apt title. I saw him once. One of the greats...
And then The Stones advise, only handle the records from the edges, and use a soft, damp, felt cloth to carefully clean the record before each spin! Lol
Sheesh, glad that didn't flood on you a 2nd time. Sucks pulling night duty to watch it and having to lift up everything just in case.
WUCF is decent overnight with their overnight show "Jazzworks", but I tend to have it on CJRT when I want to sleep for their overnight show "Night and Day" that TENDS to be mellow and quiet Jazz for the wee hours.
I saw that the other day, JG. Exactly!
My comment was-- "Handled just like a man that can afford 100 boxes of them, but wouldn't have to pay anyway."
Keef: "Bloody 'ell, there's a lot of shit on here"
and then "Oh, that's a good one" when he gets handed Exile.
If Mick handled my vinyl like that he'd get punch in the throat, lol.
I've got his brush book around somewhere; great stuff.
Guys-- That new "lost tapes" Coltrane album is available starting tomorrow, I believe. My record guy already has my order!
Maybe just on general purposes...
Or handled like a huge % of Stones vinyl I've come across out in the wild!
Are you going vinyl?
Does that release have the extra tracks?
I forgot to get back to this release. All I know is that 'I want to go to there', and I should get on it.
Thanks. Yes, just finished rebuild. We weathered the storm OK. Plumbing kept up with the issues.
There were cars floating in parking lots. And a close rescue from car at a viaduct. No fatalities in area.
Thanks, worked out ok. Will spare you details.
The jazz filled the time. Was up till 5 am. WUCF was fine. Will try CJRT if alnighter guard duty in future.
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