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  • teledyn

    I have no idea why my random track selector loves Gato Barbieri's Last Tango so much.

    17 Jul 2014 Responder
  • teledyn

    Everybody knows all the Really Good Stuff was only released on Flexi-Disc

    31 Jul 2007 Responder
  • teledyn

    j-u, you're reminding me how I don't have bittorrent! :( -- Does the DVD release of the shows have the original music, or something re-recorded to avoid copyright madness? You might be able to hotwire a switch on your delay; but I will keep the stomp caution under advisory, esp since this is an Nth-hand unit; it has TRANSFORMED the elementary kids' year-end music concert! Its Ozzie meets Elmo!!

    18 Jun 2007 Responder
  • teledyn

    checking out that download now, but I do know the whole series is out on DVD so I expect its out there somewhere on the fileshares (that download is it?) btw, got myself a used RP-100, all I need now is that $75 ribbon mic ...

    13 Jun 2007 Responder
  • teledyn

    jess, you'd have to define worked -- to quote Bill Dixon, I'd love to be rich, but if it means I'd have to play like those other cats, -- ie IH and Metallica, to name but two -- then you can keep your money.

    30 Abr 2007 Responder
  • jessichaos

    Why not? It worked for Iron Horse and Metallica.

    16 Abr 2007 Responder
  • teledyn

    I still may join that group of yours, but what I really need is a job that doesn't interfere with my work ;) Your Braxton story is a good one; my shop out in the Great MidWest (c.'78) hosted the likes of Paul Bley and Gary Burton, and other than my asking some pretty lame interview questions, the shows happened without a hitch.

    31 Jan 2007 Responder
  • dalemcbdnl

    Short on time? I understand that. I had to retire so I could do the real & important things. I have a short story for you. Braxton was here and had his sax stolen out of my car the day before he was scheduled to do a solo perfomance on Monk tunes. We hustled around and found him a Mark 6 that the music store was willing to loan. He shook it down in the ailes. Blew my head clean off!

    30 Jan 2007 Responder
  • teledyn

    heh, yeah, I know what you mean; the correlator here seems a little um 'obtuse' by times. I also know about your 'no boundaries' thing which looks interesting although I don't really have time for web forums (too busy studying the music and playing it, and taking time out to earn the money to do both ;)

    30 Jan 2007 Responder
  • dalemcbdnl

    What is this very low nonsense? Well, I don't listen to Cash or E John anymore because I got piled on during my record store daze. And I'm not a looking back kinda guy But lookit there - Sun Ra, Mingus, Monk, C Bley etc... You even have Cage. Glad you visited. Join my NEW group No boundaries Music.

    29 Jan 2007 Responder

Sobre mim

I know what you're thinking. "Did he cycle in perfect fourths or only minor thirds?" Well, to tell you the truth, in all this excitement I kind of lost track myself. But being as this is a '71 Selmer with a No.5 reed, the most powerful alto sax sound in the world, and would blow your head clean off, you've got to ask yourself a question: Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya, punk?