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About djmt

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    Mike

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  1. Always been a sucker for jazz violin. Bass, guitar and violin beautifully performed and recorded.
  2. The Art Vandelay of Vandelay Industries?
  3. In honor of the Washington Nationals making it to the World Series for the first time since 1933. At 67 I was wondering if I would ever see it. It Don't Mean a Thing If It Ain't Got That Go Go Swing!
  4. Saw his trio at the Smithsonian Atrium in the 70's. Beautiful setting. Nice set. Seeing the photo of him playing at the Roy Hargrove tribute made being 67 a lot more palatable. Rest in Peace.
  5. Selby stepped up and took care of a warrantee issue with a SV 237 I purchased from another dealer during a change of distributor sale. The new distributor mistakenly sent me to a repair shop in Sydney that refused to work on the unit. Selby stepped up and handled the repair and covered shipping to and from Sydney to Melbourne. Extraordinary and much appreciated. Thank you again Fred.
  6. A rare night time session (at least its dark outside) courtesy of Thursday late shopping. Though I'd spend the time with one very sexy lesbian. How could my wife object to that?
  7. I've noticed a lot of similarities in our listening habits. Roy Ayers is a real showman and loves interacting with the audience. A good friend took me to Blues Alley to see him for my birthday. He called all of us celebrating our birthdays up on stage to join him for a song. Definately the highlight of my musical career of one song.
  8. In celebration of those of you that feel music is best served on a platter. Ashley Henry, part of the new wave of jazz musicians from the U.K.
  9. I used to skip school to listen to my brother's Dynaco, Quad, Thorens system in the late 60's. Been searchin' for that feeling ever since. GLWS.
  10. On a cold, windy, rainy miserable day on the Central Coast I warmed things up by reliving one of my favorite concerts of all time. DAR Constitution Hall, Wash. D.C. 1976. DAR stands for Daughters of the American Revolution, in other words, direct descendants of those that fought in the Revolutionary War. Not so sure they were fighting for the right to do what was going on in the subterranean bathrooms. Let's just say the mood was super chilled brother.
  11. Something I discovered today in the Tidal new jazz releases. Violin, piano, bass and drums. Well played compositions from start to finish. It's been a while since I've found a particular song, "Fake Weather," that I played over and over. Do your thing ladies.
  12. It's a wise man that knows what he doesn't know.
  13. Only Creed Taylor would have Bob James arrange a Jimi Hendrix song a make it work.
  14. "Whilst my wife was away," doomed from the start.
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