Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by savv, Jan 28, 2006.
Eddie Henderson - Be Cool
The Gifted Ones
Not a very modest title, is it? But there's an old saying: It ain't bragging if it's true.
I'm actually too burnt out to choose any more Jazz today. Sad but true. I don't even have the ambition to do any Jazz reading. I'll just let terrestrial Jazz radio do the driving today. I'll cap the day off with Dr. Jazz @WHYR in Baton Rouge at 4 PM Eastern.
WUCF Orlando Jack Simpson's "Jazz On The Beach"
No thread...yet. Might start one once I make a bit more progress. It’s an old (1914), three car garage with sliding barn doors and 12-14 foot vaulted ceilings. I more or less got the green light recently to transition it from garage/redneck storage to mainly be a listening room but it’s still a disaster area.
The only Klipsch I own are Fortes and these KG2s and neither pair are going anywhere. I love them both. The current incarnation of Return Of The Son Of The Garage System is AT/MCS-Akai-Klipsch.
This little Akai GXC-39D top loader came with the Akai AA-1050 and I kinda dig it. It needs some work still.
Freddie Hubbard - Bundle of Joy
Was a recent $1 record store pickup. Probably should have stayed away. Sounds good, and some nice playing by Freddie, but it’s basically a disco album (1977).
The music is superb and a who's who of British jazz of the period. There appears to be a problem with the quality of the CD pressings ( at least initially), but mine are fine.
Making my way through this Dizzy Gillespie compilation. Fascinating stuff!
Oh my yes, 1000 times yes. That space is amazing. I would love to have a similar space for my man cave listening pleasure. You can do wonders in there, or do nothing and it still would be OK for your listening pleasure (as you know).
Please keep us posted.
Really like and appreciate this album.
Gerry Mulligan at The Village Vanguard
My pleasure Kingpin5
Herbie Hancock "Crossings"
1972 Warner Bros.
4track, 7.5 IPS Reel Tape
Gerry Mulligan / I Want To Live!
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