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Wynton Marsalis, jazz legend and Cornell A.D. White-Professor-at-Large, recently spent a week at Cornell teaching, mentoring students and performing (Published on 4 September 2018). As of 2018, Wynton has announced that he'll be touring around different states of the USA including New York and California. Ellis’s son, trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, is one of the biggest stars in jazz, and the managing and artistic director of Jazz at Lincoln Center. Wynton has won Grammy awards for both his jazz and classical performances, and in 1997 he became the first jazz musician to win the Pulitzer Prize for Music with his oratorio Blood on the Fields. Another Unmarried Celeb Father:- Derek Theler Wiki, Married, Wife, Girlfriend or Gay, Dating, Net Worth. Wynton Marsalis with ex-girlfriend Victoria Rowell at the private launch of her book (Photo: gettyimages.com) Before Victoria, he dated Candace Stanley from 1983-1991. Being born on October 18, 1961, Wynton Marsalis is 58 years old as of today’s date 11th September 2020. His height is 1.65m tall, and his weight is 62 kg. Career. Wynton Marsalis was the first family member to achieve national fame. He was given his first trumpet by Hirt when he was only six years old and studied both classical music and jazz. Short Bio of Wynton Marsalis. Wynton Marsalis was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, on October 18, 1961. According to his bio, he is current age is 55 years old. He is physically 6ft and 2in tall. His birth name is Wynton Learson Marsalis. Wynton Marsalis is the second of six sons of Delores (née Ferdinand) and Ellis Louis Marsalis, Jr. who was ... Nicola is busy collaborating with legendary jazz musician and composer Wynton Marsalis on a new violin concerto. She said: “Wynton has finished writing the first version of it which we worked up ... Wynton Marsalis tells how he's encouraging his students to join the conversation on civil rights. Today I joined Andrea Mitchell Reports on MSNBC to discuss the power of music to affect change and how the worldwide jazz community is activating to join the conversation on civil rights. My daddy was a humble man with a lyrical sound that captured the spirit of Crescent City. Ellis Marsalis. My daddy passed away last night. We now join the worldwide family who are mourning grandfathers and grandmothers, mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers— kinfolk, friends, neighbors, colleagues, acquaintances and others. About. Wynton Marsalis is a 58 year old American Jazz Musician born on 18th October, 1961 in New Orleans, Louisiana. His zodiac sign is Libra. Wynton Marsalis is a member of the following lists: Columbia Records artists, Grammy Award winners and 1961 births.. Contribute. Help us build our profile of Wynton Marsalis! Login to add information, pictures and relationships, join in discussions and ... Wynton Marsalis and Victoria Rowell dated from 1990 to 1997.. They had a son named Jasper age 24. About. Wynton Marsalis is a 58 year old American Jazz Musician born on 18th October, 1961 in New Orleans, Louisiana. His zodiac sign is Libra Victoria Rowell is a 61 year old American Actress. Born Victoria Lynn Rowell on 10th May, 1959 in Portland, Maine, she is famous for The Young and the Restless.

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2020.01.29 18:20 IlladelphCriminal Album of the Year #22: Slauson Malone - A Quiet Farwell, 2016-2018

Artist: Slauson Malone
Album: A Quiet Farwell, Twenty Sixteen to Twenty Eighteen
Label: Grand Closing
Release Date: April 18, 2019
Apple Music
Even though Slauson would disagree, we must talk about the past that shaped this album to be what it is. Jasper Marsalis, otherwise known as Slauson Malone, is the son of renowned Grammy and Pulitzer prize winning musician Wynton Marsalis, of the famous Marsalis family. Due to his father’s intense criticism of hip hop as an artform and his own creative pursuits, Slauson collaborated with fellow New York natives Gio Escobar, Caleb Giles, Lila Ramani of the indie rock band Crumb, and many others to form the group Standing on the Corner, whose genre presents itself as undefined. Slauson found the group to be freeing in the way he can experiment with different genres of music , so he and Gio were left disappointed by critics when their debut self-titled project was labeled as a hip-hop record. Due to personal and ideological reasons, Slauson left the group and began with the creation of a solo record when the production of his next collaborative effort with fellow New York artist Medhane slowed down. Thus, in collaboration with several rappers, singers, and instrumentalists who will be named when appropriate, A Quiet Farwell, 2016-2018 was released in April of 2019 in order to chronicle the experiences of the black diaspora in America through his personal lens; summarizing his thoughts between 2016 and 2018. While begrudgingly self labeled as hip-hop, the sounds on the project find itself rooted in the sound collage, blending hip-hop, jazz, and soul spaces occupied by black voices throughout the country. The content of this project can be cryptic on the initial experience but heavy and traumatic as one peels the layers of Slauson’s fractured mindstate.
Disclaimer I am attempting to write this as a critical review of the album instead of an analysis like I did with my last write up. I will only touch on the themes briefly and will focus on if the way they are conveyed helps the album or takes away from it. If you would like to see an analysis of its themes let me know and I’ll do one in a Daily Discussion or as a self post if that’s allowed. I am also using the track titles as they appear on Bandcamp instead of their different versions that appear on streaming sites as the Bandcamp titles are purposeful to the content of the album despite how obnoxious they may seem.
This is definitely an album that asks to be consumed as a whole rather than as individual pieces, but does that automatically make it a good project? Even when looking at the placement of songs, the lyrics, and transitions, A Quiet Farwell does not appear to be arranged in a coherent fashion. Sure, some transition seem purposeful, like the abrupt ending to the “180° Pole Shift Hypothesis” transitioning into “The Flying Africans board mothership Zong! To colonize the new nubian planet called X ‘The World laughs as it turns another degree, hotter’”. However, “02/26/12, Smile #2” (Feat. Maxo) is found before its predecessor on the tracklist, the same goes for the final two entries in the Smile series and the two THE MESSAGE tracks. “Fred Hampton’s Door, Farewell Sassy- ...na” finds its lyrical themes in the previous track “I can make you feel freedom, Katri…” (feat. Pearl De Luna). Six tracks have dates attached to them, and not a single one is dated within the time frame the album was conceived in. All of these things have a purpose of course, but that is not made apparent to the listener and can hamper one's enjoyment of the project. Considering enjoyment, if you are someone who feels that other artists in the scene Slauson is in are not the most enjoyable, A Quiet Farwell will not do anything to change your mind. Sirens are abound; there is yelling everywhere; songs cut out unexpectedly; verses are distorted, muffled, cut short; vocal samples will break through a verse then retreat as suddenly as they appeared. There is even a jump scare. Even the most normal or traditional cuts off the album like “Smile 2”, “Smile 1”, and “Off Me! “The Wake” Pt. 1 & 2” (feat. Pink Siifu) have their own idiosyncrasies to them. And let’s not forget the song titles: tracks 12 and 13 are full on sentences and what even is a “Ttrabul”? These elements are distracting to some listeners and like stated before, can hamper enjoyment of the project if the person believes that a project should not rely on external context to enjoy it. At its core, it’s apparent that Slauson believes more in crafting a dense, cryptic novella on the black experience in America rather than creating a more palatable scape of those same issues ala To Pimp A Butterfly or Black on Both Sides. As Katherine Hoppe of Passion of the Weiss puts it, “The project, as a whole, is more concerned with thematic purpose rather than being easily digestible”. But it is ALL of these things, and many more, that makes this album so intriguing and enjoyable to me. Yes, this album is not just a garbled mess of instruments and samples.
First, the sounds of the album. Live instrumentation is everywhere. Almost every bass, cello, piano is played courtesy of Slauson Malone, Nicky Wetherell, Maya Balkaran, and others who I have failed to mention. The use of such a tight knit group of musicians and lack of samples helps not only retain instrumental consistency, keeps the production sounding fresh and unique over the course of twenty tracks. While I cannot find any confirmation for this, the songs that do feature instrumental samples seem to employ a technique similar to what the Alchemist, Swarvy, and Liv.e did on Earl Sweatshirt’s “MTOMB”, where the original song is reconstructed into a cover, removing any trace of the original song. Unlike Swarvy reconstructing the beat by the Alchemist, Slauson seems to have reconstructed the original sample itself and incorporated those elements into the beat. “King Sisyphus of the Atlantic” (feat. Taphari) is one of the best samples I’ve heard in years, flipping “There’s Nothing I Can Do About It” by Mike & the Censations. A song in three parts, the first third and the last share the same four second sample: the first third chopped, distorted, infused with sirens and horns here and there, and pitched high and low while only using about a second of the four total. The last third frees up the range of the sample by using all four seconds, and generally proceeds less abrasive than the first third. The beat on the last third adds breaks and delays before ending chopped and screwed. The middle third contains the most recognizable portion of the sample: a fading in, low pitched version of the song’s chorus. Other sources of great production on the album include the cascading piano on “08/09/14, Smile #1” (feat. Caleb Giles), groovy bass on “WON’T BLEED ME: The Sequel”, grandiose horns and progressive guitars and chanting tambourines on “Off Me! “The Wake” Pt. 1 & 2” (feat. Pink Siifu), and the instrument-like vocal modulation on “I can make you feel freedom, Katri…” (feat. Pearl De Luna).
For what is designated as a hip-hop album and not a beat tape, A Quiet Farwell is nearly barren of 16 bar traditional rap verses. Yet even though he is mainly a producer, Slauson’s verses are some of the most powerful and emotionally poignant I heard last year. His bars are very short but each word is used to further deliver the projects message and themes. In fact one of this album’s greatest strengths is that it he does not allow the vocal features to convey his points better than he does even though there are more features than he drops an actual verse. Going back to “King Sisyphus,” the futility of the punished kings task is applied to his own life and the task of seeking recognition and fame for his craft:
Mama say, “go in”
Papa say, “boy stays”
No change, shit
All the same shit
No pay, like every day
Who to blame, who stay
Who not, or who got it
The brakes toward the end the production intend to place more emphasis on the lyrics that proceed them. In other tracks on this album, you can find other forms of interruptions that disrupt the flow of his verse, like the loud “FUCK” on “01/01/09, My feet’s hurt “I was a fugitive but then I realized there was nowhere I could run to”, or the “Waves” sample on the closer “Two Thousand Eighteen, Bye”. While these additions can add to the feelings of anxiety and paranoia that the album exudes, they can be seen as negatives to the listener because it is not clearly explained why Slauson feels these emotions. It is like he adheres to the opposite end of the “Show, don’t tell” doctrine, showing too much with the music rather than telling at least somewhat. The feature rap verses sometimes suffer a similar fate, as Medhane’s verse is almost completely drowned under the repetition of the word “trouble.” The intentionality shows though, as Slauson makes the most important parts of the verse creep through the music.
And I’m really tryna find a way,
There’s nowhere for me to go and nowhere for me to run.
Yeah, debt tryna drown me.
These phrases all connect to the themes of future tracks on the album, the first to “I can make you feel freedom, Katri…”, the second to “My feet’s hurt,” and the third to “King Sisyphus of the Atlantic.” Slauson keeps thematic consistency in the feature verses, but it makes one wonder what the point of having an entire verse there when most of it is inaudible. Maxo’s contributions on “Smile #2” and Standing on the Corner’s saxophonist and solo artist Caleb Giles’ verse on “08/09/14, Smile #1” are the most clear rap contributions to the project, not obscured and about as clear as you will get from a verse by one of these young New York cats. The line that starts out these verses “smile at the past when I see it” is a recurring motif in these two songs and the backbone of the entire album, so it is great that Slauson allowed these verses to shine. Then “Smile #4” says “Can’t smile at the past when I see it”, reaffirming his confliction and disdain for the past. Yet the sequencing of the album again damages its presentation, as the original phrase is said on “11/22/14 “I can’t see”, Smile #3”, which is sequenced after “Smile #4”, adding to the confusion in interpreting the themes. Pink Siifu’s contribution on “Off Me!” parts 1 and 2 is an amalgamation of all of these things to bring about an overall positive, presenting one of the most unique meldings of lyrics and instrumental of the last decade. Seriously, just listen to the song, love it or not, you won’t come away feeling disappointed.
Unlike the Medhane feature, none of the non-rap features come off as unpurposeful. On “I can make you feel freedom, Katri…”, Pearl De Luna exhibits the freedom of death. On “180° Pole Shift Hypothesis”, Billie Alexopoulus tells an apocalyptic story relating to the pervasive theme of the end of the world that is found all over this album and Standing on the Corner’s “Red Burns.” On “Uchromia”, asks the listener to think as a black person and experience the contradictions we face from the perspectives of white America courtesy of his mother Victoria Rowell.
They mistake my silence as sadness
My mind is madness
My blackness is badness (My blackness is bad)
My smile is malice
Opinions invalid but exceptional talent
The world’s a phallus
Cause I’m always gettin’ pissed off
Lila Ramani of Crumb is all over this project, not overstaying her welcome and assisting Slauson for several of his singing performances. Overall, I do not have any complaints on that side.
No matter what your opinion is, you probably came away from A Quiet Farwell thinking at least it was one of the most interesting and intoxicating listens you have had. Whether its uniqueness damaged or highlighted your experience is up to you and how much you are willing to invest yourself in Slauson’s perspective and ideas. Attempting to remove my bias from it and looking from an outside perspective, I would give the album a 7/10. From what I took away from the project, how I view its themes and production decisions, and the unlimited enjoyment I received, I give it a 9.5/10.
Favorite Songs
“Two Thousand Twelve, Outro”
“11/28/55, Ttrabul” (feat. Medhane)
“I can make you feel freedom, Katri…” (feat. Pearl De Luna)
“King Sisyphus of the Atlantic” (feat. Taphari)
“Treachery of Memories”
“01/01/09, My feet’s hurt “I was a fugitive but then I realized there was nowhere I could run to”
“Off Me! “The Wake” Pt. 1 & 2” (feat. Pink Siifu)
“Two Thousand Eighteen, Bye”
Favorite Lyrics (That I can actually understand)
Hopin’ that the reaper don’t get me
Bring me down like six feet
Thoughts of suicide, watch the time pass by
Life ain’t been the same since acid died
-“Fred Hampton’s Door, Farewell Sassy - ...na"
Mama says, “go in”
Papa says, “boy stays”
No change, shit
All the same shit
No pay, like every day
Who to blame, who stay
Who not, or who got it
Don’t think about it cuz doubt it yeah I’m about
Ain’t stoppin’
Still countin’
Live life while I’m drownin’
Take a bath in the fountain
Got my heart and I’m drownin’
Applause, noise, debt, loss, damn
This is what they mean
Applause, noise, debt, loss, damn
This is what they mean what it cost, damn
Hopin’ that these fans cool me off, damn
Or this world
-“King Sisyphus of the Atlantic” (feat. Taphari)
I was on the roof fam
Contemplating truth and
Saw my self burnin’
And now I ain’t runnin’
Whole life bad luck
They ain’t trust us
Ain’t the type to go and build trust
Stuck without us
Make a new dance about us
We drownin’
Make the pain go away, rain go away
Silly kind of sorrow
’Till I can’t tell tomorrow
This time borrowed
This time borrowed
Imagine light without darkness
Or a mind without solace
This what mama promised
This what mama promised
-“01/01/09, My feet’s hurt ‘I was a fugitive but then I realized there was nowhere I could run to’
Dead nigga in the street
Slave nigga industry
Mirror got me lookin’ batshit
Mirror clear when I tap, lookin’ back its a trap
Being with the kin, hit me back
Bring a wall up in my land
Are we front or goin’ back?
Missin’ where we goin’
Every bad tryna last, pain in my eyes
Payin’ tax, getting back under fire
Stay alive when you’re safe
Hit me back, when you’re safe
Hit me back, I’ll wait till you’re there
-wait till you’re there
-wait till you’re there, called it way back
Blood like the water from the sky drip
-Pink Siifu, “Off Me! “The Wake” Pt. 1 & 2
Throw you in the water
(Fallin,’ slowly)
Turn your life to a martyr
Starin’ at red and blue eyes
Blood purple skies
In the west, in the wake
Learn to swim, learn to sink
Scream out
Reach out to be held
To be loved
When your cries turn to rain
-Slauson Malone, “Off Me! “The Wake” Pt. 1 & 2
No matter how hard I try
Nothing seems to work
World still turns
But I tried, I tried
And nothing seems to work
World still burn
I feel tomorrow like I felt today
Cause all my days just been the same
Swear I ain’t felt the sae
Swear I ain’t the one to blame
I felt tomorrow like it’s yesterday
Because the sun don’t set it just go away
-“Two Thousand Eighteen, Bye
Discussion Questions
-Favorite tracks? Least favorite?
-What were your first impressions? How do you feel now several months after release?
-What is your take away from this albums themes and what Slauson was trying to convey?
-Do you think Slauson was able to deliver the album’s purpose well? How does the experimentation add or take away from its delivery?
-Most interesting parts of the album?
-If you’ve listened to them, how would you compare this project to Standing on the Corner’s works?
-Where would you like to see Slauson go from here?
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Tour Walking Tour: There Was a Road Here Serangoon $15 9am - 12pm
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Dorothy's slippers are silver in the book.)(Changes to Jaws book.)(Lots of other changes from the livestream.)(The whole process of bears being friendlier and being able to domesticate them.)(Babcock Furniture/Badcock Furniture)(Nestlé Splash Mixed Berry/Nestlé Splash Wild Berry)(Matt Stone and Trey Parker cross dressed while on acid at an awards ceremony.)(Sylvia Rivera apparently died February 19, 2002 instead of still being alive.)(Didn't Vladimir Putin speak English all the time?)(Applebees/Applebee's Bar & Grill/Applebee's Grill & Bar)(Spunglass caterpillars now exist.)(Do number and letter fonts on certain sports fields look off?)(Small changes to how things are made.)(Mimas and Tethys had a Pac-Man heat signature.)(Soft moon landing on Titan in 2005.)(Airdree/Ardrie or Airdrieonians)(Betty Eggleton/Betty Eagleton)(Energizer bunny whiskers or not?)(Have any of the lyrics in Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town changed?)(Has the famous line in Hamlet changed?)(Any other versions off?)(Time travel in photos?)(White reindeer now exist.)(Flashlight fish now exist.)(Ladybugs coming out and leaving at different and weird times.)(Have you ever seen "Objects in mirror are losing." on car rearview mirrors before?)(Dee SnydeDee Snider)(Have the rules on getting paid and rules of taxes and similar things changed in certain situations for certain things.)(Star Wars: Last Jedi/Star Wars: The Last Jedi)("No crib for a bed."/"No crib for his bed.")(Other lyrics?)(Has Clara's crown from Doctor Who changed color?)(Pink rocks now exist.)(Albino ladybugs now exist.)(Mushroom that tastes like fried chicken.)(Have you heard of Green Monday?)(What color were Santa Claus' gloves for you?)(Do you remember Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones getting a divorce?)(Steve Erwin/Steve Irwin)(Was Irwin never an acceptable spelling of Erwin?)("Let the good times roll."/"Let the good time roll.")(Were the lyrics the same as the title?)(Do any of their logos look off?)(Anything else off?)(Chubby Checkers/Chubby Checker)(Do any of his logos look off?)(Do any The Who logos look off?)(Do any of the lyrics in Rock The Casbah look off?)(Do any The Clash logos look off?)(Does anything having to do with mallard ducks flying and going certain places at certain times seem off?)(Weird huge spider found in backyard.)(Do you remember Dick Clark dying in 2014 or 2015 instead of April 18, 2012?)(Steven Hawkings/Stephen Hawking)(Steven Cobert/Stephen Colbert)(Is the pronunciation off?)(Floyd KrameFloyd Cramer)(Dill Pickles/Dil Pickles)(Has the See's Candies logo changed?)(Pearls come in many shapes and sizes now.)(Ice that glows like an emerald.)(Pink crystals that are brighter than normal.)(V Day/V-J Day)(Anything else off?)(V Day/V-E Day)(Anything else off.)("In a while crocodile."/"After 'while crocodile.")(Any other lyrics off?)(Stop signs now have white outlines and are no longer fully red.)(Julius Caesar's death has now happened at a theater instead of the Senate.)(The 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Cigarettes)(Anything else off?)(Daphne DumaurieDaphne DuMaurieDaphne duMaurieDaphne du Maurier)(Chili's Bar & Grill/Chili's Grill & Bar)(Milestones Bar & Grill/Milestones Grill & Bar)(Anything else off?)(Lots of "Bar & Grill" places changing to "Grill & Bar".)(Doorman/Dorman auto related company.)(Saint Mary Magdalene/Mary Magdalene)(Bob Sagat/Bob Saget)(Cecil B. DeVille/Cecil B. DeMille)("Glory streams from heaven afar."/"Glories stream from heaven afar.")(Any other lyrics off?)(Have you heard of John Rabe?)(John Hanson instated the official date of Thanksgiving apparently.)(Lots of "rap battles" throughout ancient history.)("The quicker thicker picker upper."/"The quicker picker upper.")(C-3PO now has many visible and colorful wires showing.)(Anything else off?)(Have any of the New York Yankees logos changed?)(Chicken nugget Christmas trees?)(8 legged scorpions?)(Anything else off?)(10 and 12 legged spiders?)(Anything else off?)(Refrence/Reference)(Prefrence/Preference)(Scott Harrison has changed appearance.)(The new story of the candy cane is apparently that it represents J for Jesus.)(Anything else off?)(Snoopy's doghouse is now blue in the Charlie Brown Christmas special.)(Lots of new bible changes.)(Run Run Rudolph/Run Rudolph Run)(DNL or upside down 7 Up(Anything else off?)was now a thing.)(Pikachu now has brown on his tail.)(Mad Dog 20/20/MD 20/20)(Anything else off?)(Did Tommy Hilfiger ever make any racist comments on Oprah Winfrey's show?)(Lots of weird stuff going on with the name of the ship in Gilligan's Island.)(1980's Atari touch tablet?)(Syd Barrett died July 7, 2006 instead of much earlier.)(Arctica went from no longer existing to existing way back in prehistoric times.)(Goats can climb pretty much everything now.)(Ice hummocks now exist.)(Your address is now located on the back of Priority Mail from USPS.)(Has the Universal Pictures intro sound changed?)(Was it only known as Universal Pictures?)(Mysterious glowing rocks in Lake Superior.)(I AM LAZLOW logo has changed.)(Twas The Night Before Christmas now has A Visit From St. Nicholas in the title.)("God help me mister."/"Lord help me mister.")(Illuminated tires that were a thing in the 1950's.)(Frog legged beetles now exist.)(Spider with skull pattern on back.)(Lots of new colored pigeons.)(Jolly Ranchers/Jolly Rancher)(Antarctica Blood Falls and other weird stuff about Antarctica.)(Lots of weird new rainbow geysers and other types and the rules of rainbows keep changing.)(Lots of connected and modernized logos recently.)(Rainbow and weird new colored trees and forests.)(Lots of more new rainbow stuff.)(Weird glowing dolphins.)(Jabuticabas now exists)(Atolls now exist.)(Weird underwater purple blob.)(Ice fog now exists.)("Only you can prevent forest fires."/"Only you can prevent wildfires.")(Vincent van Gogh now has 38 self portraits.)(A Great Wall in every country basically.)(Trees use fungi to warn of danger.)(Caracals now exist.)(More weird flowers with alien faces.)(Lots of weird glowing frogs.)(Chris Angel/Criss Angel)(Was Criss never an acceptable spelling of Chris?)(Bird that looks like a Muppet.)(Don King is now alive.)(All the different ways people remember Led Zeppelin.)(The House Of The Holy/Houses Of The Holy)(1800's colored cartoon and other TV related tech advancements.)(Anything off about Whoot, There It Is(Whoot or Whoop There It Is?)or Whoomp! (There It Is)(Whoop or Whoomp There It Is?)in any way at all?)(Anything else off?)(The last month or so of videos uploaded by Lone Eagle including "Earth resets", history changes, tech stuff, famous wonder and landmark changes, and geography changes.)(A rock that grows, moves, and breeds?)(Do you remember people like Damn Wide Neck not being able to exist?)(Outake/Outtake)(All the channels with the name Curiouser & Curiouser are off in some way.)(FalcoFalkor and what color was he?)(Black flamingos(Flamingoes?)now exist and flamingos seem to have darker feathers.)(Target is starting to get its negative spacescin letters filled in and they now have a lowercase letters logo and the letters are scrunched up.)(Do you remember just Payless?)(Do you remember just Nordstrom's, Nordstroms, or Nordstrom only?)(Did Mr. Clean have no earrings, two earrings, or one earring in the opposite ear?)(1980's portable TV watches?)(Anything else off?)(Brain keeps changing slightly.)(Frosty The Snowman now has a green top hat with a pink flower on it instead of just a black top hat.)("In that old top hat they found.")("In that old silk hat they found.")(Sega Activator was now a thing.)(Lots of Mars related stuff is constantly changing.)(Lots of Frosty The Snowman related stuff is constantly changing color.)(Oshin/Ocean)(Groshiry/Grocery)(Leaf sheep now exist.)(Logitech apparently changed their name to Logi in 2015 and their logo is off.)(Betazoids from Star Trek now have black eyes.)(Lots of microwave related stuff ahead of its time.)(The Lois Lane mind reading scene in Superman changing.)("Helps to make the season bright."/"Help to make the season bright.")(Do any of his logos look off?)("We're talking away."/"Talking away.")("I don't know what to say."/"I don't know what I'm to say.")("I'll say it anyways."/"I'll say it anyway.")(Aha/A-Ha/A-ha)(Other lyrics?)(Do any of their logos look off?)(Rodan now has horns.)(Toilet paper is more popularly known as "tissue paper" apparently.)(Toilet paper is officially supposed to be wrapped under on a holder.)(Coreless and holeless toilet paper exists apparently)(Colored toilet paper and tissues used to exist apparently.)(Cigarettes and many hardcore drugs were promoted with health benefits and as being good for your health in the early to mid 1900's.)(Coke used to have real cocaine and other stuff in it.)(Bucky's auto shop logos have all changed.)(Weird antelope with blue horns and other weird stuff.)(Pikas now exist.)(Very large stockings used to be a thing.)(Atlantic sea ravens now exist.)(Weird snail without a shell-like creature.)(Ribbon seals now exist.)(Velellas now exist.)(Sea slugs of all types now exist.)(Bubble coral shrimp now exist.)(Lots of rare weird insects.)(Are cats' eyes starting to turn round?)(Have any of the quotes from the "wise men" story changed?)(Lots of weird new sea creatures.)(August Rodan/Auguste Rodin)(Is the pronunciation off?)(Zhest/Zest)(Lots of weird animals.)(Lots of tech ahead of its time.)(Christmas used to be on the 26th of December.)(Did Bill Clinton serve his full term for you?)(Did Wonderful Christmastime by Paul McCartney come out of nowhere for you?)(BudweizeBudweiser)(Did Marv and the old gangster movie guy say "Snake" instead of "Snakes" in the one scene in Home Alone?)(Red Barron/Red Baron)(Has the spelling of Baron changed in general?)(Jack Dempsy/Jack Dempsey)(Cellphones in the early 1900's from Nikola Tesla?)(A rock that can't move?)(Donkeys have cross patterns on their backs.)(Do toilets spin in the opposite direction from which they did for you?)(Black apples?)(Merry Christmas (War Is Over)/Happy Xmas (War Is Over))(Anything else off?)(Hugh Grant's inconsistent ties in a movie.)(Razoo's/Razzoo's)(Anything else off?)(Lots of weird stuff about the back of the $2.00 bill and the painting it's based off.)(The weird blobs from Oakville, Washington in 1994.)(Philarmonic/Philharmonic)(Have you heard of Trump: The Game?)(Will Smith is now alive.)( P. Henson is now alive.)(Does Kitty's mole in That '70s Show look off?)(Transparent eels now exist.)(Another Laurel/Yanny situation with an Elmo toy and Grover in Sesame Street.)(Lots of train history has changed.)(Charles Martinet is now alive.)(Lots of lightning related changes.)(Amaco/Amoco)(The Last Action Hero/Last Action Hero)(Anything else off?)(Turner Movie Classics/Turner Classic Movies)(Anything else off?)(Weird missile related stuff.)(Jordan, Arizona/Jordin, Arizona)(Jordan Sparks/Jordin Sparks)(Was Jordin never an acceptable spelling of Jordan?)(Loki now pledges his "undying fidelity" in Avengers: Infinity War instead of his "undying fealty".)(Dory now has black marks on her face and reddish tinted eyes.)(Anything else off?)(Has Donald Duck said any racial slurs or cuss words in any cartoon or movie ever for you?)(Alons-y/Allons-y Doctor Who catchphrase.)(Crazy Horse Statue near Mount Rushmore now.)(LED light rims?)(Dirty Dancing golden shoes.)(Back To The Future window display stuff like costumes and is it off?)(Is Frosty The Snowman's nose different?)(Chip and Dale's nose and teeth changes?)(Brenda Lee says "Fucking" in Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree?)(Rocking Around The Christmas Tree?)(The Teletubbies F word controversy in the 90's.)(Anything else off?)(Dead leaf butterfly now exists.)(Trump Taj Mahal logo change.)(New York Life and Niagara water logos have changed.)(Anything else off?)(U.S. rainforests?)(The Scream face and eyes are less detailed?)(Macauly Caulkin/Macaulay Culkin)(Other spellings?)(Michael Jackson song where it sounds like he's mentioning butt wiping?)(Bobby Kennedy asking LBJ why he had his brother killed?)(Any other stuff off?)(Do you remember one earring in the left ear meaning one is gay and one in the right meaning one is straight?)(Anything else off?)(Doctor Who introduced a female doctor?)(The Minions almost all have hair now.)(Did only some or none have hair?)(Thrifty's/Thriftys/Thrifty)(Freddy Krueger now only has 4 claws on each hand instead of 5.)(Do you remember Snuffleupagus not being known as Mr. Snuffleupagus, Snuffs, Snuffy, or Aloysius?)("There ain't no rest for the wicked. Money don't grow on trees. I got bills to pay, I got mouths to feed, there ain't nothing in this world for free. Oh no I can't slow down, I can't hold back though you know I wish I could. Oh no there ain't no rest for the wicked. Until I close my eyes for good."/"You know there ain't no rest for the wicked. Money don't grow on trees. We got bills to pay, we got mouths to feed, there ain't nothing in this world for free. Oh no we can't slow down, we can't hold back though you know we wish we could. Oh no there ain't no rest for the wicked. Until we close our eyes for good.")(Anything about the release date, band, vocals, or instruments sound off?)(Woody Woodpecker pretends to blow brains out?)(Pinocchio "does drugs" on Pleasure Island?)(Anything else off about Pleasure Island?)(Bare naked woman in Where's Waldo book.)(Mummified dinosaurs?)(Mummy discovety changes everything.)(Has Pinocchio's outfit changed?)(All the backwards American flags everywhere.)(Did Erin Moran die way earlier or later than April 22, 2017?)(Wolverine from Marvel now only has 3 claws instead of 5.)(God Bless The Broken Road/Bless The Broken Road)(Anything else off?)(Did Wolverine have 4 claws?)(Do you remember New Years instead of NewcYear?)(Bj's Warehouse/Bj's Wholesale Club)(Is the logo off?)(Person depicted on bicycle-like vehicle in old carving.)(Girl with metal legs in early 1900's.)(Green dragontail butterfly now exists.)(Is Woody Woodpecker's eye color off in any way?)(Frilled dragons now exist.)(Louie Vitton/Louis Vuitton)(The Benefit Of Mr. Kite/Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite!)(Anything else off?)(Any lyrics off?)(The Skipper now wears a black shirt.)(Do you remember Richard Overton dying years ago instead of December 27, 2018?)(Martin Sheen has been replaced by Daryl Hannah on all movie covers for Wall Street from 1987.)(Have any X-Men movie covers changed?)(Advertize/Advertise)(Other spellings?)(Black tiger now exists.)(More mobile phones in the early 1900's.)(Car phones in the early to mid 1900's.)(Have any scenes in A Few Good Men changed?)(Did Jack Klugman die earlier or later than December 24, 2012?)(Christmas Tree /Christmas Tree Shops and is the logo off?)(Olympia vs. Olivia girl from Bird Box.)(Are any WarGames tones off in any way?)(Did Shirley Temple ever portray Annie ever?)(Do you remember Zero from The Nightmare Before Christmas having a red nose instead of a pumpkin one?)(The Beatles Sgt. Pepper album cover changing.)(Most fruit flavored things having the same flavor regardless of shape and color due to a smell trick.)(The letters are connected in the Monopoly cards and Mediterranean Avenue now takes up 3 lines instead of 2 and is the spelling of Mediterranean off?))(Anything else off?)(Do you remember Richard Simmons always wearing a headband instead of rarely if at all?)(Cane toads mating with a python?)(The Boiling River of the Amazon.)(Two-headed sharks?)(Loretta Lynn is now alive.)(Cocain/Cocaine)(Do you remember a Grinch movie coming about between 2012-2016?)(Lots of state Capitol buildings are starting to sprout statues.)(Camebridge, England/Cambridge, England)(University too.)(Giada Delaurentis/Giada DeLaurentis/Giada DeLaurentiis/Giada De Laurentiis)(Anything else off?)(What color was Richard Simmons' headband if he wore one for you?)(Pince Nez/Prince Nez)(Did Harry Houdini die from being buried alive or some other way that hasn't been mentioned yet?)(Definetely/Definetly/Definitely)(Other spellings that haven't been mentioned yet?)(The E.T. in the intro of the movie is a different plain purple font instead of being white and having weird ends like E.T.'s fingers and the credits are all purple instead of white.)(Anything else off?)(Did Richard Simmons wear arm bands and what color were they if he did?)(Multiple suns phenomenon.)(Did Airbnb, SpaceX, and other companies not exist?)(Was PayPal made by a different founder?)(The end of phone and related privacy ended in the 1940's?)(The cents sign now only has 1 line.)(Bob Ebstein/Bob Epstein/Bob Einstein)(Other spellings?)(Living black goo organism.)(Didn't Gene Okerlund die before January 2, 2019?)(Lots of other wrestlers dying twice or coming back to life.)(Metalica/Mettalica/Metallica)(Codine/Codeine)(Anything else off?)(1890's photocromes of Ireland.)(Joannie Loves Chachi/Joanie Loves Chachi)(Is the logo off?)(Robert Cornelius took first selfie in late 1800's.)(Lots of logo changes.)(Very dark apples now exist.)(Horse apples now exist.)(Many weird new trees that now exist.)(Leonel Messi/Lionel Messi)(Dark yower underwater.)(Silk The ShockeSilkk The Shocker and didn't he die?)(The intro to Holmes & Watson changed.)(Audrey Hepburn's nun outfit used to be all black or all white in The Nun's Story.)(Has the drum solo in Dave Brubeck's Take Five changed in any way?)(Lawrence Fishborn/Laurence Fishburne)(Other spellings?)(Middlesex Shopping CenteMiddlesex Plaza)(Elilly vs. Aurora sound illusion.)(Anything else off?)(Do any of the lyrics in Crazy by Gnarls Barkley sound off?)(Anything else off?)(Using snails for skin related treatment?)(Howard Johnson's/Howard Johnson)(Other names?)(Have the roof colors changed?)(Anything else off?)(Were the letters in Honeywell not connected?)("Should've had a V8."/"Could've had a V8.")(Other quotes?)(Anything else off?)(The Michelin man used to be a woman.)(Snow vultures now exist.)(Pagers being a thing in the 1920's.)(Xerox machine in the 1930's.)(Red lentils now exist.)(Anything else about lentils and lentil colors off?)(The first e-reader in the 1940's?)(CiCi's Pizza/Cicis)(Anything else about the name or logo off?)(1940's Vespa print art.)(1940's disposable camera.)(Hornman's/Hornimans)(Anything else off?)(Times newspaper companies now have unicorns in their logos.)(Lenny KillmeisteLemmy Kilmister)(Other spellings?)(Roller blades/Rollerblade)(Anything else off?)(Segway unicycles now exist.)(Coming To America angel wings?)(Polish frizzled bantam chickens now exist.)(1800's solar power?)(1800's full metal contact lenses?)(Virtual reality in the 1960's.)(Spotify letters are connected.)(Anything else off?)(UK cereal Honey Smacks is just Smacks.)(Are other cereal types off?)(Borobudur Temple in China.)(MN21/NM21/MN21 and other batteries and did they not exist?)(Michael Jackson like Egyptian pharaoh statues?)(Other old paintings and pictures of people from the past that look like modern celebrities.)(Eddie VedeEddie Vedder)(Lots of new battles and wars.)(Captain Britain now exists.)(The Beatles didn't write any of their own music or at least most of it.)("There's a hole in the bucket."/"There's a hole in my bucket.")(Other lyrics?)(Anything else off?)(Barbituate/Barbiturate)(Winston Marsalis/Wynton Marsalis)(Other spellings?)(Jeff Conway/Jeff Coniway/Jeff Conaway)(Other spellings?)(Carserbero Tyrone/Canserbero Tirone)(Other spellings?)(Strange old skulls discovered.)(Has the Vagina scene in Vacation changed in any way?)(Was it Penis instead of Vagina?)(Did Fonzie have a black jacket instead of a brownish one?)(Purple Brussels sprouts now exist.)(Martin Clune/Martin Clunes)(More Bermuda Triangle changes.)(More geography and bible changes.)(Aldi's/Aldis/Aldi)(Anything else off?)(Hitchike/Hitchhike)(Hitcchiker's Guide To The Universe/The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy)(Any of the logos off?)(Gavin McGinnes/Gavin McInnes)(Stevenwolf/Stephenwolf/Steffenwolf/Steppenwolf)(Other spellings?)(It's A Mad, Mad, Mad World/It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World)(Anything else off?)(Grand Canyon filled with water ever?)(Did Brian Epstein die earlier or later than August 27, 1967 for you?)("Human skin" high heels?)(Tartaria and mudfloods and other stuff about that.)(Shaggy Rodgers/Shaggy Rogers)(Are any of the DuckTales related logos off?)(Is the 6teen(Sixteen?)logo off?)(Multiple rainbows in one place.)(Circit/Circut/Circuit)(Andy Sandberg/Andy Sanberg/Andy Samberg)(Automoble/Automobile)(Moble/Mobile)(Lady Gaga "It's true!" or "Enough!" sound anomaly or something else.)(Winnie The Pooh is sometimes Winnie-The-Pooh.)(Star RideStarideStarrider)(Mayan CalendaMaya Calendar)(Is India's poverty way worse out of nowhere?)(Has the BJ's Wholesale Club logo changed?)(Lots more logo changes.)(Other spellings of Andy Samberg?)(Other spellings of Jack Dempsey?)(The Sopranos missing scenes.)(Powder Reed from Powder now has violet purple eyes instead of blue.)(Guy has leg amputated and has friends eat tacos out of his unattached foot.)(Teens now eat tide pods and drink boiling tampon water to get high.)(George Wilson from Dennis The Menace being called John sometimes.)(Dairy Queen Chill & Grill/Dairy Queen Grill & Chill)(Longhorn Steakhouse/LongHorn Steakhouse)(BucaneeBuccaneer)("Al Capone tried to make this town his house."/"Al Capone tried to make that town his house.")(Other lyrics?)(Anything else off?)(Lots of new changes.)(Scott Bayo/Scott Baio)(Kenneth Coppeland/Kenneth Copeland)(Bucky's/Buckee's/Buc-ee's gas station)(Other spellings?)(Blaine's/Blain's grocery store)(Other spellings?)("Go cat go."/"Go cats go.")(10 megabyte discs in the 1960's?)(Star Trek shirt emblems keep changing.)(Shrek head butt(Headbutt?)or karate chop scene?)(As Long As You Love Me by Backstreet Boys changed lyrics.)(Just Give Me A Reason by P!nk changed lyrics.)("Once you pop, you just can't stop."/"Once you pop, you can't stop." Pringles slogan)("It's a good time for the great taste of McDonald's."/"It's a good time for the great taste at McDonald's." McDonald's jingle. Sometimes the former.)(The Fonz jacket and shirt many inconsistent colors.)(Fonzy/Fonzie)(Happy Days logo changed with connected letters amd modernized font.)(John Ritter is now September 11, 2003 instead of earlier or later.)("She's 5'2"." vs. "She's fine too." Lil Wayne & Lloyd sound anomaly.)(Blues Sarenco/Blues Saraceno)(Other spellings?)(Actor in Turner & Hooch has changed.)(Barry Schenk/Barry Scheck)(Other spellings?)(Bealls/Bells local retail chain)(Anything else off?)(Anheiser Bush/Anheuser-Busch)(Didn't the real life guy who looks like Ken from Barbie die?)(More Monty Python And The Holy Grail scene changes.)(Carmen Bicondova/Camren Bicondova)(Other spellings?)(Did Under Armour not exist for you?)(Did the movie Practical Magic not exist for you?)(Did Fantasy Island park in Long Island, New Jersey not exist for you?)(People acting like trees?)(Kingfishers can keep their head still while doing things.)(Anything else off?)(Cow with three horns?)(Sebastian/Bastian The NeverEnding Story character)(Other spellings or names?)(Do you remember a green or yellow tank in Wacky Races?)(Scull/Skull)(Sceleton/Skeleton)(Other spellings of Existence?)(Have you heard of the Kennedy City Honor awards?)(Have you heard of the movie London Affair?)(Janet DuBois/Ja'Net Du Bois)(Other spellings?)("Can't hold it back anymore."/"Can't hold me back anymore." Frozen song.)(Were Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson Christians?)(Missing Paul Ryan quote regarding two Republicans being paid by Putin.)(Some spiders breastfeed their babies.)(James Dean was with a passenger during his car crash.)("So what's wrong with taking the back way?"/"So what's wrong with taking the back streets?")(Other lyrics?)(Have you heard of Hitler's Secret Attack On America?)(Is Marty Maraschino's last name pronounced different?)(Dry Bones from Mario now has green hands and feet.)("Anger's shaking in my hands."/"Pistol's shaking in my hands.")(Other lyrics?)(Anything else off?)("I don't want no scrubs."/"I don't want no scrub.")(Other lyrics?)(Other spellings of Criss Angel?)(Kakapo parrot now exists.)(CommentoCommenter)("There she goes."/"There she go.")(Any other lyrics off?)(Any of their logos off?)(The La's song.)(Do you remember Carol Channing dying earlier than January 15, 2019?)(Weird rat worm creature found in UK.)(Accross/Across)(The La Las/The La's band)(Anything else off?)(Bird that moves like Michael Jackson?)(Caterpillar with dragon head?)(Elon Musk cameo in Iron Man 2.)(Blue tarantulas now exist.)(Does the LongHorn Steakhouse logo look off?)(Clariol/Clairol)(Marocco/Morocco)(Other spellings?)(Zillo/Zillow)(Other spellings?)(Zak Bagan/Zak Bagans)(Other spellings?)(Lloyd Groseman/Loyd Grossman)(Other spellings?)(Was Loyd never an acceptable spelling of Lloyd?)(A man renovated a hotel just so he could murder hundreds of people.)(Two secret moons surrounding earth.)(Wispa Bites/Bitsa Wispa)(Does the logo look off?)(Other names?)(Princess Of Mars/A Princess Of Mars)(Other names?)(Do any of the logos look off?)(John Carter Of Mars/John Carter)(Other names?)(Do any of the logos look off?)(Richman Gordmans/Gordmans)(Other names?)(Do any of the logos look off?)(Pete Best is now alive.)(The number of children Adam & Eve have had.)(Jumping Jack Flash/Jumpin' Jack Flash)(Do any of the lyrics seem off?)(Has Vincent van Gogh's name is sometimes pronounced different?)(The way sub sandwich bread at Subway is cut has changed.)(1950's show predicts Donald Trump and the wall.)(Costa S looks off now.)(Were the Rupert Bear lyrics "Everybody say his name.", "Everybody knows his name.", or "Everybody sing his name." or something else?)(Anything else off?)(There was a great meat shower in Kentucky on March 3, 1876.)(Have the lyrics in Escape (The Piña Colada Song) changed?)(Do you remember "Animal" not being said in Physical by Olivia Newton-John?)(Do you remember just Dairy Queen?)(Julius Caesar wasn't the first Roman emperor and other Roman history changes surrounding it.)(Sleep wrinkles now exist.)(Albino porcupines now exist.)(Blue chickens now exist.)(Dancing With Wolves/Dances With Wolves)(Bread is actually bad and dangerous to waterfowl.)(Small lyrical changes.)(Do you remember the Spinal Tap logo being normal?)(Anything else off?)(Motorhead/Motörhead)(Anything else off?)(Does the dots above the O symbol look off?)(Queensryche/Queensrÿche)(Any logos look off?)(Anything else off?)(L'ORÉAL Paris 666 Babylon Intense Red hair dye.)(Bubonic Plague used to be eradicated.)(Lightning not always being vertical.)(GP movie rating?)(Did an X rating mean only 18 years of age instead of 17?)(Gus D'Amato/Cus D'Amato)(Other spellings?)(The Wet Ones logo now has connected letters.)(Habit Burger now has tilted B and messed up I.)
6513.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember these things being different or not a thing?(Stone forests appearing in more places, Madagascar has completely changed, Pharoah's Serpent, deadly flamboyant cuttlefish and they can hypnotize their prey, Marie Antoinette's tall ship hairdo and other weird hairdos, more changes to everything about world's oldest living people, Christmas pickle and lots of weird stuff about it, Santa Claus is being said to live near the north pole and Lapland and places other than the north pole, we don't float on magma, new changes to blue lava volcanoes and other weird volcano stuff, arc lamp and stuff surrounding it, Gramme machine and stuff surrounding it, more changes to Spanish Inquisition history, more changes to Ring Of Fire, more glass animals and new changes to them, Earth's crust leaking water into the water, deep water cycle, new dog with Mickey Mouse ears, strange earthquakes, more The Last Supper changes, tons of presidents before George Washington, 4000 year-old termite mounds visible from space, Thames tunnel, Mandarin ducks, rainbow grapes were real a few days ago, more fish that can climb trees, black palm cockatoo, Robert Bobroczky and stuff surrounding him, fake sunrise, you can get bubbles from a certain plant and other stuff surrounding the weird plant, more rainbow bodies of water, multiple changes to Cern logos and other Cern logos, radioactive rocks make ice piece the size of Rhode Island disappear, more changes to Elizabeth Taylor's eyes, Medula Oblongora/Medulla Oblongota, 10% of Europeans are safe from HIV, feather leg warmers, California and mandating solar power, Ursula Andrews/Ursula Andress, people who have black eyes, and more large and weird cattle.)(Video below.)
6514.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Coca-Cola Life not being a thing?(Does the logo look off?)(Did Pepsi True not exist?)
6515.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember these things being different or not a thing?(Female hyenas all have male parts, seagulls kill whales, lakes have to have pipes added to prevent carbon dioxide explosions, bombings in US were common in US 100 years ago, vikings had lyric rap battles, goliath frogs, monk seals with eel in nose, you used to have to pose nude to attend many major universities, Alexander Graham Bell didn't invent telephone, Viking and Curiosity rover landings are nuclear powered, history of electric wind, clouded leopards in zoos, lithopedions, Nubian pyramids, terrorists shot Marion Berry and took over D.C., dwarf deer, people can develop green blood and live, LIDAR since 1970, Wi-Fi/WiFi, LiFi(Li-Fi?)is now a thing, Eli Whitney(Ely Whitney and has the pronunciation changed?)didn't invent the cotton gin.)(Video below.)
6516.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember the Elvis sandwich only having peanut butter and banana on it instead of bacon too?(Did the Fool's Gold Loaf not exist?)(Did Elvis actually invent the Elvis sandwich?)
6517.(Real Life appearance change.)Do you remember Saint Nicholas originally wearing white clothing instead of tan or green clothing?(The origin of the red santa suit also keeps changing.)
6518.(Real Life appearance change.)Do you remember Goliath being much taller than just over 6 feet?
6519.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember these things being different or not a thing?(Mirrored eyes, more moon changes, more weird stuff during earthquakes, lunar eclipses and everything surrounding them, why the moon rotates and other stuff, moon tides and other stuff, lots of weird new spiders, more DEW related stuff, more weird lightning, more Shiva changes, more The Last Supper changes, more Mount Rushmore changes, more Land O'Lakes changes, more The Creation Of Adam changes, more American flag changes, more Sphinx changes, more anatomy changes, more new bear changes, O'Reilly logo changed again, Walmart logo changed again, Target logo now has weird stuff in the negative space in the letters, devil's tower, Cern putting mummy in LHC, more weird stuff in the sky, keloids and other weird stuff with skin, Subaru logo changed again, Book of Enoch, more planet placement changes, weird stuff going on with the horsemen of the apocalypse, swelling is much worse, human growth may be accelerating, rainbow falls, freezing fog, disco clam, mother of all demos, first and second red scares, great Boston fire, bursitis is different, Yosemite falls, crucifixes and their connection to Christmas, more tech before its time, more new big cats.)(Video below.)
6520.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember these things being different or not a thing?(More Lincoln Memorial changes, ice chandeliering, supercooled water, animals and bugs having their own pets, low dose radiation is good for you, lots on global dimming, meteotsunami, sandstorm lighting, dry lightning, lakes in the desert, gloves with bullet ants and other weird rituals and bulket ants didn't exist, Rabbit Island, Japanese Cat Island and animal islands in general, Snake Island, Book Of Genesis and Apollo 8, lots of new islands and geography, more Tiananmen Square changes, more on impossible colors, ground and trees and other things "breathing", more Chick-fil-A changes, many new animals and animal changes and weirdness, triboluminescent snow.)(Video below.)
6521.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember these things being different or not a thing?(More Lord's Prayer changes, more Easter Island statue changes, snow falling on Mars, green dragon tail, lavender scare of the 1950's, jatinga bird suicide, nacreous cloud, cricket virus controls cricket behavior, more changes to Nan Madol, Dollar Store or The Dollar Store was never an official chain and Dollar Tree and Family Dollar and Dollar Tree and similar stores used to not exist, more on Columbus not discovering America, snow in Australia and New Zealand, more flying lemur and flying fox changes, Lake Las Vegas, Las Vegas Bay, more Mount Rushmore changes.)(Video below.)
6522.(Product name change.)Cheese Strings/Cheestrings(Other spellings and is the logo off?)
6523.(Date change.)Do you remember Colleen Ballinger announcing her pregnancy earlier or later than June 2018?
6524.(T.V. Show Quote change.)"Good morning sluts."/"Good morning slits."
6525.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Brisk tea being the one with the snowman instead of Nestea?
6526.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember the gangster movie footage in the first two Home Alone movies being real?
6527.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember these things being different or not a thing?(Waffle rock, spider makes fake spiders, more new Stonehenge like places, more on the caracal, selenelion, tophacious goat, halo traction, leaf butterfly and more new leaf abd stick insects, towers of Bologna, ice hair, frost flowers, scoliosis is much more serious, selenite crystals, more weird monkeys and weird new changes in monkeys, susuk, more on Freddy Krueger.)(Video below.)
6528.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember these things being different or not a thing?(Darth Vader's cape is now more skirt-like, thousands of baby spiders come out of spider after its squashed and the whole thing about spiders caring for their young a lot more, narlugas, live cyclops goat and calf, whales now hunt with bubbles, saiga with bulbous eyes, reverse slope hearing, the heart is not a pump, more audio illusions, shimmering in bees, caterpillars travel in piles, The Great Uncomformity Period Of Geology, tartaria tablets, bald python pit organs have changed and jaws separate in the front now, lots of wild animals like horses and monkeys and lynx can get super fat now, spiders eat more of their prey now, spiders that kill mosquitoes, more trees cocooned in spider webs, how sound works, Asian giant honeybees, ears and nose cartilage grows through life.)(Video below.)
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2018.11.10 13:29 xddrumzx [For Sale] SATURDAY GARAGE SALE: Mark Lanegan, Cramps, Coathangers, Radiohead, Morrissey, Interpol, Eluvium, OST's and others

All copies have less than three (3) spins and have been stored in MoFi sleeves -- NM/NM listings except otherwise noted with $4.50 shipping for the first record to the lower 48 States / $0.50 each additional. Prices are already reduced from discogs listings so take it or leave it. Payment through P/P G&S and shipping medial mail via USPS.
  • Mark Lanegan - Imitations (LP, Album) (Vagrant Records, Flooded Soil Recordings) VR4125 $10.00
  • Mark Lanegan - Scraps At Midnight (LP, RE, 180) (Sub Pop) SP 419 $10.00
  • Mark Lanegan - Whiskey For The Holy Ghost (2xLP, RE, 180) (Sub Pop) SP 132 $10.00
  • Mark Lanegan Band - Blues Funeral (2xLP, Album) (4AD) CAD 3202 $10.00
  • Minus The Bear - Interpretaciones Del Oso (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Blu) (Suicide Squeeze) S-062 $5.00
  • *The Pogues - Peace And Love (LP, Album, RE, 180) (Reprise Records) R1 255870 $6.00
  • Radiohead - 2+2=5 (12", EP, Ltd, 180) (Capitol Records) 072435 53459 12 NM/VG+ $5.00
  • *Radiohead - My Iron Lung (12", EP, RE) (Capitol Records) 509996 93536 11 NM/VG+ $5.00
  • Radiohead - Paranoid Android (12", EP, Ltd, RE, 180) (Capitol Records) 509996 93538 19 NM/VG+ $5.00
  • Radiohead - Supercollider / The Butcher (12", Single, Ltd) (Ticker Tape, XL Recordings, TBD Records, Hostess Entertainment Unlimited) TICK002 NM/VG $5.00
  • Wynton Marsalis Septet - Night Life / I'm Gonna Find Another You (10", Single, Ltd, Pic) $6.00
  • The Antlers - Familiars (2xLP, Album, Ltd, Pur + CD, Album) (Transgressive Records) TRANS176LP $10.00
  • The Antlers - Burst Apart (LP, Album) (Frenchkiss Records) FKR048-1 NM/VG+ $10.00
  • The Cramps - A Date With Elvis (LP, Album, RE, RM, Yel) (Vengeance Records) 671 $10.00
  • The Cramps - Look Mom No Head! (LP, Album, RE, RM, Gre) (Vengeance Records) 673, VENGEANCE 673 $10.00
  • The Cramps - Stay Sick! (LP, Album, RE) (Big Beat Records) WIKD 126 $10.00
  • Jane's Addiction - Three Days / Stop! (12", Maxi) (Warner Bros. Records) 0-21559 NM/VG+ $5.00
  • King Tuff - The Other (LP, Album, Ltd, Rai) (Sub Pop) SP1230 $5.00
  • Morrissey - Vauxhall And I (LP, Album, RE, Gat) (Rhino Records (2), Sire) RRM1 45451 NM/VG+ $7.00
  • Kyle Dixon (2) & Michael Stein (9) - Stranger Things: Halloween Sounds From The Upside Down (LP, Album, Ora) (Lakeshore Records) LKS35282LP $19.00
  • Eluvium - Life Through Bombardment Vol. 2 (7xLP, Comp, Num) (Temporary Residence Limited TRR260 $90.00 (**$7.00 Shipping)
  • Portishead - Portishead (LP, Album) (Go! Beat) 314-539 189-1 NM/VG+ $14.00
  • De La Soul - And The Anonymous Nobody (2xLP, Album, Ltd, Cle) (AOI Records) AOI001VLK $23.00
  • Interpol - Interpol (LP, Album) (Matador) OLE-945 $6.00
  • Interpol - Marauder (LP, Album, Ltd, Red) (Matador) OLE-1124-1 $14.00
  • Interpol - Our Love To Admire (2xLP, Album, RE, RM, 10t) (Capitol Records) B0026638-01 $20.00
  • Interpol - Marauder (LP, Album, Ltd, Cream) (Matador, Matador) OLE-1124-0, 744861112402 $10.00
  • Interpol - Antics (LP, Album, RE, 120) (Matador) OLE 616-0 $13.00
  • Pavement - Brighten The Corners (LP, Album, RE, RM) (Matador, Matador) OLE-197-0, ole 197-1 $9.00
  • Pavement - Slanted And Enchanted (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RP, Red) (Matador) $30.00
  • Pavement - Terror Twilight (LP, Album, RE) (Matador, Matador) OLE 260-1, OLE 260-0 $9.00
  • Pavement - The Secret History, Volume 1 (2xLP, Comp) (Matador) OLE-1064-1 $9.00
  • Pavement - Westing (By Musket And Sextant) (LP, Comp) (Drag City) DC14 $9.00
  • Ras_G* - My Kinda Blues (LP, Ltd, Blue) (Ghetto Sci-Fi Music) GSF001 $8.00
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2018.06.02 22:59 euqinuhella [Highlight] Some of NFL Film's best storytelling to date - jazz legend Wynton Marsalis on Barry Sanders

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2018.03.21 00:39 xberry [For Sale] Mostly JAZZ and ROCK - BIG LIST! Prices on older items reduced. New stuff added!

Added some new LPs, and reduced prices on anything that was listed last month or earlier. $5 flat fee for Media Mail (tracked) anywhere in the US. Payment via PP.
For the ability to search/sort, and additional notes on LPs, please see my Discogs site.
Ahmad Jamal The Piano Scene Of Ahmad Jamal $2.24 G+ G+
Ahmad Jamal The Roar Of The Greasepaint - The Smell Of The Crowd $7.19 NM VG+
Ahmad Jamal Heat Wave $4.24 VG+ VG
Ahmad Jamal All Of You $2.97 G+ VG
Ahmad Jamal Portfolio Of Ahmad Jamal $3.39 G+ G
Ahmad Jamal Trio Jamal At The Pershing Vol. 2 $2.69 VG+ Generic
Ahmad Jamal Trio Ahmad Jamal At The Pershing $0.21 P G+
Al Hibbler Al Hibbler Remembers $2.12 G+ VG+
Al Hibbler Starring Al Hibbler $1.69 G G
Al Hirt Honey In The Horn $2.54 VG+ NM
Al Jolson In Songs He Made Famous $2.54 VG VG
Alan Swain Orchestra Encore Jazz Dance Session $5.94 VG+ VG
Albert Lee Speechless $3.39 VG+ VG
Alice Coltrane Featuring Pharoah Sanders Journey In Satchidananda $35.99 M M
Alvin Lee and Co. In Flight $4.49 VG VG+
André Kostelanetz And His Orchestra The Music Of Chopin $4.24 VG+ VG
André Kostelanetz And His Orchestra Bolero / William Tell - Overture $2.54 VG VG
Andrés Segovia My Favorite Spanish Encores $3.14 VG+ G+
Andy Narell Slow Motion $4.04 NM VG+
Andy Summers and Robert Fripp I Advance Masked $3.14 VG+ VG
Arnie Lawrence You're Gonna Hear From Me $4.24 VG VG+
Art Tatum Works Of Art $5.09 VG+ VG+
Art Tatum - Erroll Garner - Bud Powell - Billy Taylor The Art Tatum - Erroll Garner - Bud Powell - Billy Taylor Years $2.69 VG G+
Art Tatum With Lionel Hampton, Buddy Rich The Tatum / Hampton / Rich Trio $8.09 VG+ VG+
Art Van Damme Septet: The New Sound Of Art Van Damme $5.09 VG+ VG+
Arthur Fiedler • The Boston Pops Orchestra Fabulous Broadway $2.54 VG+ VG+
Arthur Fiedler And The Boston Pops Orchestra Pops Varieties $8.49 NM VG+
Arthur Lyman Yellow Bird $0.84 G+ VG+
Arthur Prysock Art and Soul $8.49 NM VG+
Arthur Prysock Unforgettable $2.12 VG+ VG+
Artie Shaw And His Orchestra Moonglow $1.69 VG+ VG
B.B. King Completely Well $6.79 G+ VG
B.B. King Friends $3.39 G+ VG
B.J. Thomas Young And In Love $5.09 NM NM
Band Rock Of Ages: The Band In Concert $4.24 SOLD VG VG
Banda Taurina ¡Bullring! Music Of The Bull Fight Ring, 4 $1.69 VG+ VG
Bar-Kays Flying High On Your Love $2.54 G+ G+
Barry Galbraith Guitar Comping $5.94 NM NM
Beach Boys Ten Years Of Harmony $3.82 VG+ VG+
Beach Boys Wild Honey $23.79 NM VG+
Beach Boys Concert $3.39 VG+ VG+
Beatles Let It Be $7.64 G+ VG
Benny Goodman Trios (and One Duet) $4.04 NM NM
Benny Goodman Meeting At The Summit $4.24 VG VG
Benny Hipsley Presenting Benny Hipsley At The Desert Hotel Live $4.24 VG+ VG
Bernard Peiffer The Pied Bernard Peiffer Of The Piano $8.49 VG+ VG+
Bert Henry Bert Henry At The Hungry Thigh $1.69 G+ VG+
Bill Laswell Baselines $6.74 NM VG+
Bill Reinhardt Where Were You Last Night? "At Jazz Ltd. Of Course" $5.09 VG VG+
Billy Eckstine The Modern Sound Of Mr. B. $2.12 VG VG+
Billy Preston Everybody Likes Some Kind Of Music $2.54 VG VG+
Billy Vaughn Number 1 Hits, Vol. 1 $5.09 VG+ VG+
Billy Vaughn Theme From Love Story $0.21 VG VG+
Blood, Sweat And Tears Child Is Father To The Man $1.69 VG VG
Bluegrass Band Another Saturday Night $2.54 VG VG
Bob Dylan Shot Of Love $6.79 VG+ VG+
Bob Dylan / The Band Before The Flood $21.24 VG+ VG+
Bob Fleming Sax Spectacular Vol. 2 $41.39 VG VG
Bob James Three $3.39 VG G+
Bob Newhart The Button-Down Mind Of Bob Newhart $0.42 VG G+
Bobby Bland Try Me, I'm Real $2.69 VG VG
Bobby Hackett Soft Lights And Bobby Hackett $3.39 G+ VG+
Bobby Hutcherson Linger Lane $5.09 VG G
Bobby McFerrin The Voice $1.69 VG+ VG+
Bobby Short Bobby Short Loves Cole Porter $2.54 VG+ VG+
Boots Randolph Hip Boots $3.39 VG+ VG+
Brainstorm (5) Funky Entertainment $2.69 G+ G+
Brother Jack McDuff Live! $2.54 G VG
Brother Jack McDuff Hot Barbeque $15.29 VG VG+
Brother Jack McDuff Live! $3.39 G+ VG+
Brother Jack McDuff Goodnight, It's Time To Go $3.39 G+ VG
Brother Jack McDuff Live! $8.49 VG VG+
Brothers Johnson Blam!! $2.54 VG+ VG+
Bruce Forman In Transit $4.24 VG+ VG+
Bruce Forman In Transit $7.64 NM NM
Buck Clayton The Huckle-Buck And Robbins' Nest (A Buck Clayton Jam Session) $2.97 G+ G+
Bud Freeman's All Star Orchestra Midnight At Eddie Condon's $3.39 VG VG+
Bud Powell The Jazz Legacy Of Bud Powell $4.24 VG+ VG+
Bud Shank I Hear Music $2.54 VG+ VG
Bud Shank Plays The Music And Arrangements Of Michel LeGrand Windmills Of Your Mind $3.39 VG+ VG+
Buddy Miles We Got To Live Together $2.97 VG VG
Buddy Morrow And His Orchestra A Salute To The Fabulous Dorseys $2.97 VG+ VG+
Buddy Spicher Yesterday And Today $4.94 VG+ VG+
Buddy Spicher Me And My Heroes $1.69 G+ VG+
Bunny Berigan His Trumpet and His Orchestra Volume 1 $2.54 NM VG+
Bunny Berigan 1936-8 $2.97 VG+ VG+
Bunny Berigan The Complete Bunny Berigan, Volume I - 1937 $4.67 NM VG+
Bunny Berigan and His Orchestra The Greatest White Trumpeter Of All Time $2.97 NM NM
Cal Tjader Warm Wave $3.39 VG+ G+
Cal Tjader Tjader $12.74 VG+ VG
Canadian Brass Mostly Fats $2.12 VG+ VG+
Cannonball Adderley The Best Of Cannonball Adderley $3.82 VG+ VG
Cannonball Adderley And Bossa Rio With Sérgio Mendes Cannonball Adderley And The Bossa Rio Sextet With Sergio Mendes $3.39 G+ VG
Cannonball Adderley Quintet Country Preacher $5.09 VG VG
Cannonball Adderley Sextet Nippon Soul $12.74 VG VG+
Carlos Santana and Buddy Miles Carlos Santana and Buddy Miles! Live! $3.39 VG VG
Carmen McRae With Mat Matthews Quintet By Special Request $8.49 VG VG
Caterina Valente / Werner Müller Und Sein Orchester Caterina Valente's Greatest Hits $1.69 NM NM
Charlie Barnet Town Hall Jazz Concert $3.39 VG+ VG+
Charlie Barnet Quartet Jazz Oasis $1.69 G+ G+
Charlie Musselwhite Leave The Blues To Us $5.94 VG G
Charlie Parker - Miles Davis Giants Of Jazz $3.82 VG+ VG
Charlie Rouse Band Cinnamon Flower $3.39 VG+ VG+
Charlie Ventura Septet, Jackie and Roy Gene Norman Presents A Charlie Ventura Concert $2.97 VG G
Cheryl Kennedy, Dickie Henderson Mary Poppins $0.84 NM VG+
Chico Hamilton Man From Two Worlds $4.49 G+ VG
Chucho Zarzosa Living Strings Play South Of The Border $2.69 VG+ VG+
Chuck Mangione Children Of Sanchez $3.39 VG+ VG+
Clancy Hayes With Yank Lawson And His Yankee Clippers Happy Melodies $5.94 VG+ VG
Clay Tyson Up Tight $21.24 VG+ VG+
Count Basie Count Basie Jam (Montreux '77) $4.49 VG+ VG+
Count Basie More Hits Of The '50's And '60's $2.54 VG+ VG+
Count Basie / Charlie Spivak / Xavier Cugat The Greatest Recordings Of The Big Band Era $4.94 NM VG+
Count Basie and Billy Eckstine Basie/Eckstine, Inc. $2.12 VG VG
Count Basie Orchestra Basie, One More Time $11.04 VG+ VG+
Count Basie Orchestra Hollywood...Basie's Way $8.49 NM NM
Count Basie Orchestra April In Paris $5.09 G+ VG
Count Basie Orchestra One O'Clock Jump $8.49 M NM
Courtney Pine Journey To The Urge Within $2.97 VG+ VG+
Creedence Clearwater Revival Creedence Clearwater Revival $7.64 VG VG
Crusaders Old Socks, New Shoes...New Socks, Old Shoes $3.39 VG G+
Dakota Staton Madame Foo-Foo $1.69 VG VG+
Daniel Humair - Jean-Luc Ponty - Phil Woods - Eddy Louiss La Sorcellerie A Travers Les Ages / Gravenstein $22.49 VG+ VG
Danny Toan First Serve $2.54 VG+ G+
Dave Brubeck Brubeck Plays Brubeck $7.64 VG+ VG+
Dave Brubeck Dave Brubeck's Greatest Hits $4.24 SOLD VG+ VG+
Dave Brubeck And J.J. Johnson and Kai Winding At Newport $0.84 F VG
Dave Brubeck Jazz Impressions Of Eurasia $2.24 G+ G
Dave Brubeck Brubeck Time $1.34 F G+
Dave Brubeck Jazz Impressions Of The U.S.A. $9.34 VG+ VG+
Dave Grusin Mountain Dance $6.79 NM NM
Dave Pell's Big Band Duke Ellington's Big Band Sounds, Played By Dave Pell's Big Band $4.94 VG+ VG
David Rose Enchanted Strings $5.09 VG+ VG+
David Sancious David Sancious $11.89 VG+ VG
David Sancious Just As I Thought $2.97 VG+ VG+
Dean Elliott College Confidential $5.94 VG+ VG+
Deep Purple Machine Head $5.39 VG VG
Deep Purple Shades Of Deep Purple $7.19 VG VG
Deep Purple Made In Japan $5.94 SOLD VG+ VG+
Dennis Farnon And His Orchestra Caution! Men Swinging $3.39 VG VG+
Dick Hyman Cincinnati Fats $4.24 VG+ VG+
Diego Sacromonte Fiesta Flamenca! $8.49 VG+ VG+
Dixie Rebels Dixieland $4.24 VG+ VG+
Don Drummond In Memory Of Don Drummond $25.49 VG VG+
Don Elliott Quintet The Don Elliott Quintet $8.49 VG VG
Don Goldie Trumpet Caliente $5.94 VG+ VG
Don Patterson With Sonny Stitt And Billy James The Boss Men $3.39 G+ G+
Don Pullen Tomorrow's Promises $4.24 VG+ VG
Don Reno Fastest Five Strings Alive $2.24 VG VG+
Don Shirley The Don Shirley Point Of View $1.69 G+ VG
Doobie Brothers One Step Closer $2.12 VG+ VG+
Doris Day Lights! Camera! Action! $4.24 VG VG
Drifting Cowboys We Remember Hank Williams $27.63 VG+ VG+
Duke Ellington Duke Ellington's My People $4.24 VG VG+
Duke Ellington Duke Ellington's Sophisticated Ladies $3.39 VG+ VG+
Duke Ellington And His Orchestra Plays Ellington $4.24 VG VG+
Duke Ellington And His Orchestra Duke's Mixture $5.09 G+ G+
Duke Ellington And His Orchestra The Great Paris Concert $6.79 VG+ VG+
Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong The Duke Ellington-Louis Armstrong Years $5.09 VG VG
Duke Pearson How Insensitive $22.49 VG+ VG+
Duke Robillard And The Pleasure Kings Too Hot To Handle $4.24 VG+ VG+
Dukes Of Dixieland Piano Ragtime With The Dukes Of Dixieland, Volume 11 $2.97 VG+ VG+
Eagles The Long Run $3.14 VG+ VG
Eagles Desperado $5.39 VG VG
Earl Grant Yes Sirree! $3.39 NM VG+
Earl Grant Earl Grant's Greatest Hits $2.54 VG+ VG+
Earl Grant Earl Grant At Basin Street East $1.69 VG VG+
Earl Hines Tour De Force $26.99 NM M
Earl Hines And His Quartet "Fatha" Blows Best $3.39 VG+ VG
Earl Hines And Maxine Sullivan Live At The Overseas Press Club $1.27 VG+ VG+
Earl Klugh Earl Klugh $1.79 NM VG+
Earl Klugh Magic In Your Eyes $2.69 NM NM
Ed Conley Piano Dynamics $3.39 VG VG+
Eddie Adcock Guitar Echoes $1.69 VG VG
Eddie Condon Dixieland Dance Party $1.69 VG G+
Eddie Harris and Les McCann Second Movement $2.54 G+ VG
Eddie Heywood Canadian Sunset $3.39 VG+ NM
Eddie Heywood / Joe Bushkin At Twilight $2.54 VG VG
Eddy Howard And His Orchestra Sleepy Serenade $0.42 G+ VG
Edith Piaf Potpourri Par Piaf - Her Most Recent Continental Successes Sung In French $1.69 VG VG
Edvard Grieg Concerto For Piano / Pictures At An Exhibition $3.39 VG+ VG+
Edward R. Murrow And Fred W. Friendly "I Can Hear It Now..."—Vol. I $0.84 VG+ VG+
Ella Fitzgerald Ella Fitzgerald $3.39 VG G+
Elton John Greatest Hits Volume II $2.54 VG+ NM
Emerson, Lake and Palmer Tarkus $4.49 VG+ VG+
Eric Clapton Money And Cigarettes $5.09 VG+ VG+
Eric Clapton Behind The Sun $5.09 NM VG+
Eric Clapton August $2.97 NM VG+
Eric Clapton Another Ticket $2.97 VG+ VG+
Eric Clapton August $3.39 NM VG+
Eric Kloss / Barry Miles Together $5.09 VG+ VG+
Erroll Garner Serenade To "Laura" $1.69 G G
Erroll Garner Best Of Garner $2.54 VG VG+
Erroll Garner Concert By The Sea $2.54 VG+ VG+
Erroll Garner Play It Again, Erroll! $5.09 NM VG+
Erroll Garner Erroll Garner $0.84 G+ VG
Erroll Garner and Art Tatum / Mike Di Napoli Piano Greats $0.42 G+ VG
Etta Jones Don't Go To Strangers $4.24 G+ VG+
Etta Jones Don't Go To Strangers $7.64 VG+ VG
Etta Jones Don't Go To Strangers $5.94 G+ G+
Eureka Brass Band Jazz At Preservation Hall I $7.19 VG+ VG+
Eureka Brass Band Jazz At Preservation Hall I $8.99 NM VG+
Everly Brothers EB 84 $11.04 NM VG+
Fents The Other Side $2.54 VG+ VG+
Ferrante and Teicher Star Wars $3.39 VG+ VG
Fibber McGee and Molly Fibber McGee and Molly $0.42 NM G+
Fireballs The Fireballs $7.64 G+ VG
Fleetwood Mac Penguin $1.27 G+ G+
Foghat Foghat $2.54 VG VG
Foreigner Double Vision $2.54 VG VG+
Four Freshmen The Best Of The Four Freshmen $4.24 VG+ VG+
Frank "88" Malone Hail, Hail The Gangs All Here! $0.21 VG VG
Frank Sinatra Come Back To Sorrento $2.54 VG+ VG
Frank Zappa True Glove $6.79 VG+ VG+
Frank Zappa Studio Tan $5.93 VG VG
Frankie Carle Caressin' The Keys $12.74 VG VG+
Frankie Laine I'll Take Care Of Your Cares $1.69 NM NM
Freddie Hubbard First Light $5.94 G+ NM
Freddie Hubbard Sky Dive $4.24 VG VG
French Market Jazz Band Direct From New Orleans $5.09 VG VG+
Garland Jeffreys Escape Artist $1.69 VG+ VG+
Gary Burton Quartet Gary Burton Quartet In Concert $1.69 G+ VG+
Gary McFarland Soft Samba $4.24 VG+ VG
Gato Barbieri Yesterdays $4.04 VG+ VG+
Gene Ammons Makes It Happen $4.24 VG+ VG+
Gene Ammons Live! In Chicago $5.09 VG+ VG+
Gene Ammons Boss Soul! $3.82 G+ VG+
Gene Ammons Free Again $6.79 VG+ VG
Gene Ammons' All Stars The Happy Blues $6.79 G+ G+
Gene Bertoncini Evolution! $4.24 VG+ VG+
George Barnes Guitar Galaxie $3.39 VG+ VG+
George Barnes And His Octet The Uncollected George Barnes And His Octet 1946 $7.64 VG+ VG+
George Barnes, Robert Mersey How To Play The Guitar $2.69 VG+ VG+
George Benson Breezin' $4.24 VG+ VG+
George Benson Breezin' $1.27 VG VG+
George Benson Guest Hubert Laws In Concert - Carnegie Hall $2.24 VG VG
George Duke Don't Let Go $4.04 VG G+
George Duke Follow The Rainbow $2.69 VG+ VG+
George Feyer Echoes Of Paris $1.69 G+ VG+
George Gershwin Porgy And Bess. A Symphonic Picture $9.34 VG VG+
George McCrae and Gwen McCrae Together $7.64 M VG+
George Russell Sextet Featuring Don Ellis and Eric Dolphy 1 2 3 4 5 6extet $16.99 VG+ VG+
George Shearing You're Hearing George Shearing $0.42 G+ G+
George Shearing San Francisco Scene $5.94 M M
George Shearing An Evening With The George Shearing Quintet $0.84 G+ VG
George Shearing With Nancy Wilson The Swingin's Mutual $2.54 G+ G+
George Shearing, Marian McPartland Alone Together $1.79 VG VG+
George Wright (2) More George Wright: The Mighty Wurlitzer Pipe Organ $2.24 VG+ VG
Georges Bizet, The London Philharmonic Orchestra L'Arlesienne Suite $8.49 VG G+
Gerry Mulligan Paris Concert $3.39 VG+ VG+
Gerry Mulligan Meets Ben Webster Gerry Mulligan Meets Ben Webster $21.24 VG+ VG+
Gerry Mulligan Quartet With Lee Konitz, The Chet Baker Quintet Mulligan And Baker! $11.04 VG+ VG
Gino Vannelli The Gist Of The Gemini $0.84 VG VG+
Goldie Hawkins, Wayne Sanders Goldie's Two Pianos $4.24 G+ G+
Grady Martin And The Slew Foot Five Hot Time Tonight $2.97 G+ VG
Grady Tate Feeling Life $2.54 VG VG+
Graham Jackson (3) In Concert At Pittypat's Porch In Atlanta, Georgia $12.74 VG+ VG
Grand Dominion Jazz Band Come Back, Sweet Papa $15.29 NM NM
Grand Funk Railroad All The Girls In The World Beware!!! $3.59 VG+ VG+
Grand Funk Railroad On Time $4.04 VG VG
Grand Funk Railroad Closer To Home $5.84 VG+ VG+
Gregory Isaacs Mr. Isaaccs $11.89 VG+ VG+
Grover Washington, Jr. Mister Magic $4.24 VG+ VG
Grover Washington, Jr. Mister Magic $3.39 VG VG
Guess Who Road Food $2.69 VG VG
Guy Marks Loving You Has Made Me Bananas $0.21 VG+ VG+
Guy Van Duser Got The World On A String $3.39 M M
Hank Crawford Double Cross $1.79 G G+
Hank Crawford From The Heart $0.42 G VG
Hank Crawford From The Heart $0.42 G VG
Hank Williams Jr. Live At Cobo Hall Detroit $2.12 VG+ VG+
Harry James And His Orchestra Mr. Trumpet (Harry James Salutes The Great Trumpet Men Of Our Times) $3.39 VG+ VG+
Harry James And His Orchestra All-Time Favorites By Harry James $0.84 G G+
Harry Reser and His Orchestra Vamp! (Dance The Charleston Of The Roaring Twenties) $6.79 VG+ VG
Harvie Swartz Urban Earth $5.09 VG+ VG+
Heads Hands and Feet Tracks $6.74 VG+ VG
Heads Hands and Feet Old Soldiers Never Die $4.94 VG+ VG
Hector Delfosse Left Bank of Paris $2.97 G+ VG
Henry Butler Fivin' Around $5.94 NM VG+
Henry Mancini Breakfast At Tiffany's (Music From The Motion Picture Score) $4.24 VG+ VG+
Herb Ellis In Session With Herb Ellis $3.82 VG+ VG
Herbie Mann Memphis Two-Step $6.79 NM VG+
Herbie Mann Herbie Mann At The Village Gate $4.67 NM VG+
Herbie Mann Standing Ovation At Newport $3.39 VG+ VG+
Herbie Mann Right Now $0.84 G+ VG+
Herbie Mann Do The Bossa Nova $2.12 G+ VG
Herbie Mann New Mann At Newport $3.39 VG+ VG+
Herbie Mann Live At The Whisky A Go Go $1.27 G+ G+
Herbie Mann Windows Opened $0.84 G+ VG+
Herbie Mann Glory Of Love $1.69 VG VG
Herbie Mann Hold On, I'm Comin' $2.54 VG+ VG
Herbie Mann Push Push $3.39 G+ VG+
Hollyday Brothers Oh Brother! $1.69 VG+ G+
Hot Lips Page After Hours In Harlem $4.24 VG VG
Houston Person Sweet Buns and Barbeque $3.39 G+ Generic
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Humble Pie Performance: Rockin' The Fillmore $5.39 VG VG+
Idris Muhammad Black Rhythm Revolution! $21.24 G+ G+
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Illinois Jacquet Banned In Boston $3.39 VG+ NM
Ink Spots Vol. 1 $2.54 G VG
Invaders (41) The Invaders Steel Band $15.29 VG+ VG+
Irene Reid The World Needs What I Need $4.24 VG+ VG+
Irving Wolfe, Beatrice Krone, Margaret Fullerton The Development Of Jazz $8.49 VG VG
Jack Benny And Frank Knight Remember The Golden Days Of Radio Volume 2 $0.84 VG+ VG+
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Jay Azzolina Never Too Late $1.69 NM VG+
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Jesse Crawford In A Monastery Garden $8.49 VG G+
Jester Hairston A Profile of Negro Life in Song $3.39 VG G+
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Jimmy McGriff Blues For Mister Jimmy $3.39 G+ VG
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Jimmy McGriff and Richard "Groove" Holmes Giants Of The Organ Come Together $3.39 VG VG+
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Jimmy McGriff Organ And Blues Band Step 1 $3.39 G+ VG
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Jimmy Smith Any Number Can Win $4.24 VG+ VG+
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Jimmy Smith Bashin' - The Unpredictable Jimmy Smith $5.09 VG+ VG+
Jimmy Smith Sit On It! $6.79 VG+ G+
Jimmy Smith Bashin' - The Unpredictable Jimmy Smith $4.24 VG VG+
Jimmy Smith Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? $2.97 VG VG+
Jimmy Smith Monster $3.39 VG VG
Jimmy Smith Got My Mojo Workin' $5.09 VG VG+
Jimmy Smith Respect $3.39 VG VG
Jimmy Smith Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? $1.69 G+ VG
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Jimmy Smith Trio Live At The Village Gate $2.97 VG VG+
Jimmy Smith Trio Jimmy Smith Plays The Standards $1.27 G G+
Jimmy Witherspoon and Gerry Mulligan Jimmy Witherspoon and Gerry Mulligan $5.09 VG+ VG+
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Joe Pass A Sign Of The Times $0.84 G G+
Joe Venuti's Blue Four The Joe Venuti Blue Four $4.24 VG+ NM
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Joe Walsh The Confessor $3.39 VG+ VG+
Joe Walsh "But Seriously, Folks..." $4.24 VG+ VG+
Joe Walsh You Bought It - You Name It $4.24 VG+ VG+
John Fogerty Centerfield $1.69 VG NM
John Handy Hard Work $0.42 F VG+
John McLaughlin Music Spoken Here $2.97 VG+ VG+
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John Wood (12) / Tony Dumas Inner Merge $4.24 VG+ G+
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Johnny Smith And Stan Getz Moonlight In Vermont $5.94 VG+ VG+
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Jonathan Butler Introducing Jonathan Butler $1.69 VG+ NM
Josh Graves Alone At Last $2.69 VG+ VG+
Journey Departure $8.99 VG VG+
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Journey Escape $6.29 VG+ VG
Ken Griffin (2) Latin Americana $4.24 G+ VG
Ken Henderson (2) "Ken" Again! $6.29 VG+ VG+
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King Pleasure Golden Days $2.97 G+ VG+
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Kool and The Gang The Force $3.39 VG VG
Kurt Wege And His Orchestra A Leroy Anderson Concert $4.24 NM VG+
Larry Coryell The Lion And The Ram $5.09 VG G+
Larry Santos Larry Santos $4.24 VG+ VG
Larsen-Feiten Band Larsen-Feiten Band $2.54 NM NM
Laurindo Almeida Spanish Guitar Recital $6.29 VG+ VG+
Laurindo Almeida Chamber Jazz $2.69 VG+ G+
Laurindo Almeida · Charlie Byrd Latin Odyssey $4.49 VG+ VG+
Laurindo Almeida Trio Artistry In Rhythm $4.49 VG+ G+
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Laurindo Almeida, Salli Terri, Marty Ruderman Duets With The Spanish Guitar Album 2 $3.59 VG+ VG+
Lawson-Haggart Jazz Band College Fight Songs (March Medleys) $11.04 VG+ VG
Lee Ritenour Rit $3.14 VG+ VG+
Lenny Williams Choosing You $2.54 VG G+
Leroy Anderson and His Orchestra Blue Tango And Other Favorites $0.84 G VG+
Les and Larry Elgart Warm And Sensuous $5.09 VG+ VG+
Les Brown And His Band Of Renown Goes Direct To Disc $5.94 NM NM
Les Crane Desiderata $2.12 VG VG+
Les McCann Talk To The People $1.69 F VG
Les Paul and Mary Ford Time To Dream $1.69 VG G+
Lester Young Lester Swings $6.29 VG+ VG+
Lester Young Just You, Just Me $4.24 VG VG+
Lester Young / Charlie Parker / Dizzy Gillespie Early Modern: 1946 Concert Recordings $4.24 VG+ VG+
Lettermen Traces/Memories $0.84 VG NM
Lily Pons Popular Concert $6.79 VG+ VG+
Lincoln Mayorga Lincoln Mayorga and Distinguished Colleagues - Volume III $10.79 NM VG+
Linda Ronstadt and Nelson Riddle And His Orchestra What's New $1.69 NM NM
Lionel Hampton Soft Vibes Soaring Strings $2.54 VG G+
Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra Lionel Hampton Apollo Hall Concert 1954 $1.69 VG+ VG+
Little Anthony and The Imperials I'm On The Outside (Looking In) $5.94 VG+ VG+
Little Feat Down On The Farm $3.14 VG VG
Little Feat The Last Record Album $2.24 VG VG
Little Feat Dixie Chicken $5.39 VG VG
Little Feat Time Loves A Hero $3.14 VG VG
Living Jazz The Girl From Ipanema And Other Hits $2.24 G+ VG
Lou Rawls Live! $2.69 VG VG+
Lou Rawls / Les McCann Ltd. Stormy Monday $0.89 G+ VG
Lou Stein Lou Stein and Friends $6.74 VG+ NM
Louis Armstrong In The 30's - In The 40's $5.09 NM VG+
Louis Armstrong Louis Armstrong Favorites Volume 4 $5.09 VG+ VG+
Louis Armstrong Louis Armstrong's Hello, Dolly! $15.29 NM NM
Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars Ambassador Satch $4.17 VG+ VG
Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars Satchmo At Symphony Hall $5.94 VG+ VG+
Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars Satchmo At Symphony Hall Vol. 1 $4.24 VG VG
Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars Satchmo At Symphony Hall Vol.2 $11.04 VG+ VG+
Louis Armstrong and His Hot Seven Louis Armstrong Story - Volume 2 $5.94 VG+ VG+
Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra A Rare Batch Of Satch $5.09 VG+ VG
Louis Lesther Deshabille Moi $2.12 VG+ VG+
Louis Nelson New Orleans All Stars April In New Orleans $11.04 VG+ VG+
Lu Watters And The Yerba Buena Jazz Band The San Francisco Style: Vol. 3 Stomps, Etc. and The Blues $3.59 NM NM
Ludwig Van Beethoven : Josef Krips, The London Symphony Orchestra Complete Nine Symphonies $12.74 NM VG+
Madonna You Can Dance $2.97 VG VG+
Makoto Ozone Now You Know $2.69 VG+ VG
Mango (25) A New Taste Of Mango $15.29 VG+ VG+
Manteca (2) No Heroes $4.49 NM VG+
Manuel Barrueco Works For Guitar By Albeniz and Granados $5.84 VG+ VG+
Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán De Las Mañanitas... A Las Golondrinas $8.49 NM NM
Marian McPartland Plays Music Of Leonard Bernstein $2.54 VG G+
Martial Solal Trio The Martial Solal Trio In Concert $11.04 VG+ VG+
Martin Denny Spanish Village $4.49 VG+ VG
Martin Denny Exotica $6.74 VG VG
Martin Denny Sayonara $3.39 VG+ VG+
Max Steiner Gone With The Wind (Original Soundtrack Album) $4.24 VG+ VG+
Maynard Ferguson Maynard Ferguson $3.59 VG VG+
Maynard Ferguson Around The Horn With Maynard Ferguson $2.12 VG G+
Mel Brown (5) Actor Of Music $3.14 VG+ VG
Merle Travis Strictly Guitar $7.22 VG+ VG+
Michel Legrand The Happy Ending (Original Motion Picture Score) $2.54 NM VG+
Michel Legrand Et Son Orchestre I Love Paris $4.24 VG+ VG+
Michel Legrand Et Son Orchestre Castles In Spain $2.12 VG VG
Mike Stern Upside Downside $4.24 NM VG+
Miles Davis Kind Of Blue $42.49 G+ G+
Miles Davis Porgy And Bess $4.24 G+ G+
Miles Davis Quiet Nights $6.37 G+ VG
Milt Buckner Mighty High $3.39 VG VG
Milt Jackson The Art Of Milt Jackson - The Atlantic Years $4.24 VG+ G+
Milt Jackson Quintet Featuring Ray Brown That's The Way It Is $1.69 G VG
Milt Jackson, Frank Wess, Kenny Clarke, Hank Jones, Eddie Jones Opus De Jazz $2.69 G+ G+
Miroslav Vitous First Meeting $8.54 VG+ VG+
Mitch Miller And The Gang Still More Sing Along With Mitch $0.84 VG NM
Mitch Ryder and The Detroit Wheels Take A Ride... $26.99 VG+ NM
Modern Jazz Quartet With Laurindo Almeida Collaboration $6.74 VG+ NM
Mongo Santamaria El Pussy Cat $5.09 VG VG+
Mongo Santamaria All Strung Out $3.39 VG VG
Mongo Santamaria Mongo '70 $3.39 G+ VG+
Morgana King With A Taste Of Honey $1.79 VG G+
Morton Gould Hi-Fi Band Concert $16.99 M VG+
Morton Gould And His Orchestra Morton Gould Program $3.39 VG+ VG+
Muggsy Spanier And His Dixieland Band Muggsy Spanier And His Dixieland Band $0.84 G G+
Music Minus One For Drummers Only! $6.79 VG+ VG+
Nancy Wilson Just For Now $3.59 VG VG
Nancy Wilson / Cannonball Adderley Nancy Wilson / Cannonball Adderley $8.49 VG+ VG+
Nancy Wilson / The Cannonball Adderley Quintet Nancy Wilson / Cannonball Adderley $2.54 G+ G+
Nancy Wilson / The Cannonball Adderley Quintet Nancy Wilson / Cannonball Adderley $1.69 G+ VG
Nat King Cole / George Shearing Nat King Cole Sings / George Shearing Plays $0.84 G VG+
Nat King Cole Trio With Lester Young and Red Callender $11.04 VG+ VG
Nat King Cole Trio Original Vocal And Instrumental Recordings Of The Easy Listenin' Favorites $3.39 VG VG
Neil Larsen High Gear $3.39 VG+ VG+
New Glenn Miller Orchestra The Authentic Sound Of The New Glenn Miller Orchestra - Today $1.27 VG+ VG
New Tony Williams Lifetime Million Dollar Legs $3.39 VG VG
No Artist Bird Songs In Your Garden $3.38 VG+ VG
Nova (38) Sun City $4.04 VG+ VG+
O'Neal Twins The Lord Is My Shepherd $4.24 G VG+
Off Broadway usa Quick Turns $2.54 NM VG+
Oneness Of Juju Every Way But Loose $10.79 NM VG+
Oscar Peterson Something Warm $5.39 VG+ VG+
Oscar Peterson The Great Oscar Peterson On Prestige $5.94 NM VG+
Oscar Peterson The Great Oscar Peterson On Prestige $5.94 VG+ VG+
Oscar Peterson The Jazz Soul Of Oscar Peterson $3.39 G+ VG
Oscar Peterson Great Connection $3.39 VG+ No Cover
Oscar Peterson Trio Eloquence $6.29 VG VG
Oscar Peterson Trio In Tokyo - Live At The Palace Hotel $26.99 NM VG+
Oscar Peterson Trio Another Day $5.39 VG+ G+
Oscar Peterson Trio Affinity $5.94 VG+ VG+
Paquito D'Rivera Why Not! $4.24 NM VG+
Partridge Family Up To Date $0.84 G+ G+
Pat Martino Live! $6.79 VG F
Pat Metheny Group First Circle $5.09 NM VG+
Paul Bley Axis (Solo Piano) $7.19 VG G
Paul Bley and Scorpio Paul Bley and Scorpio $6.29 VG G
Paul Shaffer Coast To Coast $5.09 NM NM
Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra Featuring Bing Crosby Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra Featuring Bing Crosby $2.97 VG+ VG+
Pearl Bailey Around The World With Me $4.24 VG+ VG+
Pete Seeger Birds Beasts Bugs And Bigger Fishes $5.09 VG VG+
Petula Clark These Are My Songs $1.69 VG+ VG+
Phil Collins Hello, I Must Be Going! $2.54 VG+ VG
Phil Upchurch / Tennyson Stephens Upchurch/Tennyson $5.84 VG G+
Phil Woods Six Live From The Showboat $7.19 VG+ VG+
Philip Bailey Chinese Wall $0.42 G+ VG+
Phineas Newborn Jr. With Dennis Farnon And His Orchestra While My Lady Sleeps $3.39 VG VG
Poco Loco Guitars Plus Brass (5) Lightly Latin $2.54 VG+ VG
Police Reggatta De Blanc $7.19 VG+ VG+
Police Outlandos D'Amour $6.74 VG+ VG+
Police Ghost In The Machine $4.94 VG+ VG
Procol Harum Live - In Concert With The Edmonton Symphony Orchestra $2.54 VG+ VG+
Procol Harum Live - In Concert With The Edmonton Symphony Orchestra $1.27 VG VG
Procol Harum Live - In Concert With The Edmonton Symphony Orchestra $1.69 VG VG+
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky / The Boston Pops Orchestra Tchaikovsky The Nutcracker, Op. 71 (Excerpts) $5.94 VG+ VG
Quarterflash Quarterflash $1.69 VG+ VG
Queen Samantha The Letter $2.54 M VG+
Rafael Mendez Magnificent Mendez $4.24 G+ VG
Ramsey Lewis Goin' Latin $3.59 VG+ VG+
Ramsey Lewis The Groover $1.34 G+ G+
Ramsey Lewis Dancing In The Street $3.39 G+ VG
Ramsey Lewis Wade In The Water $1.27 G+ VG+
Ramsey Lewis Maiden Voyage $1.69 G VG
Ramsey Lewis and Nancy Wilson The Two Of Us $1.69 G+ VG
Ramsey Lewis Trio Down To Earth (Music From The Soil) $4.49 VG VG+
Ramsey Lewis Trio Ramsey Lewis And The Gentlemen Of Jazz - Volume 2 $4.04 G+ VG+
Ramsey Lewis Trio Never On Sunday $1.27 G+ G+
Ramsey Lewis Trio The In Crowd $4.24 G+ VG+
Ramsey Lewis Trio The In Crowd $2.97 VG VG+
Ramsey Lewis Trio An Hour With The Ramsey Lewis Trio $2.12 G+ G+
Ramsey Lewis Trio The In Crowd $5.09 VG VG+
Ramsey Lewis Trio More Sounds Of Christmas $2.12 G+ VG+
Ramsey Lewis Trio Down To Earth (The Ramsey Lewis Trio Plays Music From The Soil) $5.94 VG+ VG+
Ramsey Lewis Trio The In Crowd $2.54 G+ VG
Rascals Searching For Ecstasy - The Rest Of The Rascals, 1969-1972 $5.09 NM VG+
Rascals Freedom Suite $4.24 VG+ VG+
Ray Charles A Portrait Of Ray $3.39 NM VG+
Ray Charles / Ivory Joe Hunter / Jimmy Rushing Three Of A Kind (3 Top Stars Of Blues Singing) $0.42 G+ VG
Ray Charles And The George Brown Orchestra Spotlight On Ray Charles Vol. II $1.69 G+ G+
Ray Conniff The Ray Conniff Love Album $11.04 NM VG+
Red Nichols And His Pennies Class Of '39 $5.39 VG+ VG
Redd Foxx The Best Of Redd Foxx $1.69 VG VG+
Redd Foxx Foxx-A-Delic $3.39 VG G+
Regimental Band Of Windsor Guards Brass Band Bash $2.97 VG+ VG+
REO Speedwagon R.E.O. Speedwagon $3.59 VG+ VG+
Revelers (3) Jazz At The Downstairs Club $0.89 G+ G
Richard "Groove" Holmes Welcome Home $5.09 VG VG
Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman Chitty Chitty Bang Bang $4.24 VG+ VG+
Richard Osborn (2) Endless $8.49 VG+ VG+
Richard Strauss, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Horn Concerto In E Flat Major Op 11 - Clarinet Concerto In A Major K 622 $8.49 VG VG
Rob McConnell and The Boss Brass Big Band Jazz Volume 1 $4.04 NM NM
Robin Trower Bridge Of Sighs $4.24 VG+ VG
Rodgers and Hammerstein Oklahoma! $2.54 VG+ NM
Rollie Hudson "On Top Of The World" Rollie Hudson At The Yamaha EX-1 $7.64 NM NM
Rolling Stones Big Hits (High Tide And Green Grass) $8.99 NM VG+
Rosie O'Grady's Good Time Jazz Band Dixie-Direct Featuring Rosie O'Grady's Good Time Jazz Band $6.29 VG+ VG+
Roy Clark The Roy Clark Guitar Spectacular! $2.97 VG VG+
Roy Meriwether Trio Soup and Onions / Soul Cookin' By $3.14 VG VG+
Roy Milton Roots of Rock Vol. 1 $8.49 G+ G+
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Von Suppé: Morning, Noon And Night In Vienna $3.39 VG G+
Rubin Mitchell Presenting Rubin Mitchell $1.27 VG VG+
Rush All The World's A Stage $5.52 VG VG
Ruth Brown The Real Ruth Brown $3.39 G+ VG
Salsoul Orchestra Salsoul Orchestra $4.24 VG+ VG
Sarah Vaughan With Voices $2.54 VG VG+
Sarah Vaughan With George Treadwell And His All Stars Sarah Vaughan $0.42 P G
Savoy Brown Savage Return $6.29 VG+ VG+
Scott Joplin, Joshua Rifkin Piano Rags $1.69 VG+ VG+
Searchers This Is Us $3.39 VG VG+
Seawind Light The Light $3.39 VG+ VG
Shelly Manne "The Three" and "The Two" $7.19 VG+ VG
Shelly Manne and His Friends Modern Jazz Performances Of Songs From Li'l Abner $2.54 G+ G+
Shelly Manne and His Friends Modern Jazz Performances Of Songs From My Fair Lady $6.79 NM VG
Shirley Scott On A Clear Day $5.09 VG VG+
Shirley Scott Trio Great Scott!! $6.79 VG VG+
Shirley Scott Trio For Members Only $5.94 VG VG
Shorty Rogers And His Giants Shorty Rogers And His Giants $12.74 VG VG
Sonny Boy Williamson and The Animals The Night Time Is The Right Time $5.09 VG VG
Sonny Stitt Come Hither $2.97 G+ VG
Spyro Gyra Freetime $3.14 VG+ VG+
Spyro Gyra Morning Dance $2.12 NM VG+
Stan Getz The Melodic Stan Getz $4.04 VG+ VG
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Stan Kenton Adventures In Jazz $4.49 VG+ VG
Stan Kenton Encores $1.27 G G
Stan Kenton Standards In Silhouette $0.84 G+ VG
Stan Kenton And His Orchestra Stan Kenton Classics $7.64 VG+ VG+
Stanley Clarke I Wanna Play For You $1.69 VG F
Steely Dan Countdown To Ecstasy $8.09 VG+ VG+
Steely Dan Can't Buy A Thrill $13.49 VG+ VG+
Steely Dan Katy Lied $5.39 VG G+
Stephen Stills Stephen Stills Live $5.94 NM NM
Steps Ahead Magnetic $3.59 VG+ NM
Steps Ahead Modern Times $3.39 NM NM
Steps Ahead Steps Ahead $4.24 VG+ VG+
Steve Marcus Sometime Other Than Now $3.39 VG+ VG+
Steve Smith (5), Vital Information Vital Information $1.69 VG+ VG
Steve White (22) Jazz Mad: The Unpredictable Steve White $7.64 VG VG+
Stevie Wonder Songs In The Key Of Life $21.24 VG+ VG+
Sting The Dream Of The Blue Turtles $4.24 VG+ VG+
Stomu Yamash'ta / Steve Winwood / Michael Shrieve Go $2.54 VG+ VG+
Stomu Yamashta's Go Go Too $4.24 NM VG+
Stylistics Let's Put It All Together $3.82 VG+ VG+
Sunshine Band The Sound Of Sunshine $2.54 VG+ VG
Supersax Supersax Plays Bird $2.69 VG+ VG
Supersax Salt Peanuts $0.42 G VG
T. Lavitz Storytime $3.39 VG+ VG+
Tab Smith Keeping Tab $1.79 G VG
Taj Mahal Brothers $3.14 VG VG
Tal Farlow Tal Farlow '78 $3.39 VG+ VG+
Temptations Psychedelic Shack $8.99 SOLD VG VG
Temptations Cloud Nine $12.59 VG+ VG+
Temptations Live! $3.39 VG VG
Ten Years After Ssssh. $2.97 VG G+
Teresa Brewer Till I Waltz Again With You $8.49 VG VG+
The 18th Century Concepts In The 20th Century Bag $2.54 VG VG
Three Dog Night It Ain't Easy $3.59 VG VG+
Three Sounds Blue Genes $2.69 VG VG+
Three Suns Twilight Memories $0.84 VG VG+
Tim Berne Sanctified Dreams $5.09 NM VG+
Tina Charles Rendezvous $1.27 VG+ VG+
Tina Charles Heart 'N' Soul $5.09 VG+ VG+
Tito Portillo And His Orchestra A Night In Latin America $3.82 VG VG+
Tito Rodriguez and His Orchestra Señor Tito Rodriguez $3.59 VG VG+
Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers You're Gonna Get It! $7.19 VG VG
Tom Scott Blow It Out $3.39 VG+ VG+
Tommy Speledore At The Piano $8.99 VG VG+
Tony Mottola Lush, Latin and Lovely $3.59 VG+ VG+
Trini Lopez The Rhythm and Blues Album $2.54 VG+ VG+
Trio Los Panchos Romantic Guitars - El Trio Los Panchos Y Las Canciones De Pedro Flores $2.54 VG VG
Tyree Glenn Try A Little Tenderness $2.12 NM VG+
Uriah Heep Salisbury $3.59 VG G
Various The Art Of The Ballad $2.12 VG+ VG
Various Murder Was The Case (The Soundtrack) $38.24 VG+ VG+
Various Core Of Jazz $0.42 F G+
Various Homegrown III $8.49 VG+ VG+
Various Man With A Horn, Trumpet Solos by Famous Jazzmen $8.49 G+ VG
Various Soft Pedal $6.79 VG VG+
Various Death Row - Greatest Hits $25.49 M M
Various The Jazz Makers $5.09 VG+ VG+
Various Dixieland Jazz $3.39 VG+ VG+
Various Classic Pianos $0.84 VG+ G+
Various Hi-Fi Jazz Session $2.97 VG+ VG+
Various Milestone Twofers $4.24 VG+ VG
Various Today Is Bargain Day - A Collection Of All Star High Fidelity Recordings $5.94 VG+ VG+
Various Jazz Of Two Decades $0.21 G G+
Various In The Groove (The Masters Of Swing Play Their Greatest Music) $7.64 NM VG
Various Those Wonderful Stars Of Yesteryear $10.19 VG+ VG+
Various Heavy Hits $0.41 G+ VG
Various The Sound Of Music (An Original Soundtrack Recording) $3.39 VG+ VG+
Various The Best Of Old Time Radio $5.94 VG+ Not Graded
Various The Nostalgic Voices And Sounds Of Old Time Radio $0.84 VG+ VG+
Various Newport In New York '72 (The Jimmy Smith Jam) Volume 5 $3.82 VG+ VG+
Various $64,000 Jazz $0.84 G+ G+
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2017.09.24 16:41 FifthAveSam What events and activities are you looking forward to this month? (October 2017)

Welcome to the monthly events post for October 2017 where you can submit information about upcoming events and activities. It can be difficult to navigate all that our city has to offer, especially for new residents and students. Submissions with links to the event page (official websites, Facebook, etc.), time, date, and location are particularly appreciated. Separate posts to Troy about individual events or a series of events are still welcome and encouraged. Submissions, either as comments in this thread or as posts to Troy, will be included in the list which will be updated regularly to include new information. Submissions can be viewed in and copied to Google Calendar via this link thanks to u/33554432. All hail the King of RPI Hell!
What events and activities are you looking forward to this October?
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2017.01.17 21:20 mrpood Developer Interview: Dallas

In this edition of our bi-weekly developer interview, our community team took some time to chat with the Lead Composer for Galaxy in Turmoil: Dallas Crane.
(Pictured above: Dallas)
Hi Dallas, go ahead and introduce yourself.
Hello, I’m Dallas Crane. I compose music for films and video games.
How did you get into this field of work?
Before I got into music, I was passionate about animation, although I wasn’t very good at it. I enjoyed the way that directors were able to see and be a part of every aspect of production. I ended up finding my way into music, particularly jazz and big band. For the first few years of my composing career, I wrote big band charts for the groups I played with. Fast forward a few years and I ended up putting both of those influences together. Writing music for media means I get to interact with the director directly and interpret a lot of their ideas musically. My jazz background, along with my other studies, gave me the resources to create the music that each project needs. It’s a great job, and I get to interact with a lot of really interesting and respectable people.
Can you tell us what genre of music you are targeting for Galaxy in Turmoil?
Of course. Naturally, we want the music to fit into and enhance the experience that the game brings. What’s so interesting and unique about this project is its history and community. The game has progressed from a Star Wars fan homage to our own story and we want to include that in the music. There are musical colors that pay tribute to our past, as well as new sounds that establish our original story.
A big theme of our game is the player’s choice, how it can affect planets and galaxies and shape destinies. The music reflects that fatalistic approach. There’s a weight and a beauty to the sound that we hope will immerse the player in those choices and convey the seriousness of their decisions. We’ve looked into a lot of the classic works and symphonies, because they speak to the world and on behalf of communities and nations. We wanted each world to have an identity, a feeling, something the players would become more familiar with every time they play. In addition, all of these different musical feelings will support the overall philosophy of Galaxy in Turmoil, like the different movements of a symphony. We are using the orchestra and we are augmenting it with synthesized sounds and music that we might expect to hear on the streets if we were in that galaxy.
Describe the process of coming up with new ideas for musical pieces.
As a music department, we are lucky to be involved as early as we are. We are often brought in a lot later in production and we make the best product we can in the short amount of time given. It’s like with films where trailers are given to other companies to write. With Galaxy in Turmoil, we’ve been involved since the conceptual stage. I’ve had the opportunity to sit in with the writers and creative directors and work in a collaborative way. I was able to write some conceptual music and some trailer music, which has been fun.
Before we write anything, we like to pick the brains of the producer and writer. We absorb as much of their goals and intent, scouring through concept art and images of the game. We then look at the game as if we were a player playing it. What kind of music would enhance the game here? What would they expect, and how could we surprise them? We put the insider perspective together with what an outsider sees, and we shape the music towards that.
As an example, the latest demo video for Nak-Thi was given to me. I had seen the write-ups on the planet and knew how the writers wanted to incorporate it into the story. I spent a day or two writing the music and my team polished it with a solid mix.
Now, we know how you come up with the ideas and concepts. But how exactly do you go from turning a concept into an audio file people can listen to?
Once we know the moods and narrative that our music needs to bring, and we are sure of the musical approach, the process to bring the idea to a finished production can go a few ways. Getting the ideas out of my head is the first step, and I’ll use whatever is appropriate. I’ve written melodies on napkins because I was away from the studio, I’ve used notation programs like Sibelius to write out the music that a performer would read, and I’ve played the piece with virtual instruments straight into my DAW (digital audio workstation).
What’s most important is getting the music out so that I can tweak it and shape it. In a crunch, creating a synthesized version of the music (called a ‘mock-up’) is the fastest way, since the audio is all there. It’s also the least expensive approach.
If the music is going to be recorded by a live orchestra, we approve the mockup with the boss and then notate it so that the conductor and the musicians can read it. It’s a laborious task, because the parts need to look a certain way to speed things up and avoid unnecessary mistakes. In the studio, time is money, so we try and do all the work ahead of the recording date. While we aren’t working with live orchestras yet, Galaxy in Turmoil would be treated the same way.
You’ve mentioned that you write the music so that a performer could read it, but you’ve also played the piece with virtual instruments. How much of the music for Galaxy in Turmoil is going to be live, and how much of it is going to be virtual?
On one of the Sampler tracks I wrote for our discussions with Lucasfilm, my friend Danny Welsh recorded the trumpet parts. The rest of our music so far has been virtual instruments. Orchestras are expensive, and so it’s hard to say how much, if any, would be able to be recorded live. There would need to be a lot of support from the community, and I’m not particularly aware of how that works. I guess we shall see! In any case, we’re dumping buckets of effort into the music to make it the best it can be.
What would you consider to be your main sources of inspiration for your work on Galaxy in Turmoil?
When I do research, I try and draw from as many influences as I can, even if they don’t play a huge role in the final work. It’s good to be aware of the musical community on a large scale in order to understand where each project fits in. I had a blast listening to electric jazz bassoon, for example. They say that an original artist is simply one who knows how to hide their inspiration.
Star Wars, of course, is a big inspiration because of the history of our game. I’m a huge fan of Maurice Ravel and Jean Sibelius. There’s some really great vocal synth work in Minority Report, and really any 2000’s and 2010’s John Williams will have something I like. Gordy Haab’s work on Halo Wars 2 set the bar incredibly high for contemporary gaming.
You mentioned at the start that you work on video games and movies. Would you like to give examples of some of the other projects you’ve worked on?
Here is a project I did over the summer. It’s a parody on Lukas Graham intended to raise awareness for Utah’s illiteracy and help buy new books for kids in school. Here’s a secret – that’s actually my twin. I was in Europe when we did the session, so I woke up in the middle of the night and skyped the whole thing.
A lot of my other projects are still in production or signed on to different networks, so I don’t have much to show. I’ve done some short films, some Star Wars fan films, and various concert works. I was lucky to score Brigham Young University’s senior animation Taijitu. Here’s a link to a mockup (the live orchestral recording is still being mixed).
I’m co-directing a short animation that lets me write the score in a ’60s jazz throwback style. We record in a few weeks, so I wish I could show you that!
What would you consider to be a common mistake made by people in your role that you don’t want to repeat?
Being afraid of who you are happens a lot with artists, especially composers. There’s immense pressure to deliver a product that sounds good and drives sales. It can be easy to imitate what has already been done. It takes study, determination, and strength to forge an original voice that still gets the job done, but it’s infinitely more rewarding for everyone. Our music team is working hard to create works that have that original voice.
Talking about being afraid of who you are, let’s talk some more about you. What genre do you prefer? Any favourite songs/albums/artists?
I do a lot of listening to music for work, which takes me to a lot of different places musically. When I’m relaxing and listening for fun (a lot of times I’ll just sit in silence), I drift towards a few styles… Miles Davis and Wynton Marsalis are my go-to jazz musicians. Ravel’s Le Tombeau de Couperin has some personal meaning for me, so that piece is always one that lifts me up. John Williams’ score to Artificial Intelligence (2001) is sublime. When I vacuum the house, I put on Steve Reich’s Electric Counterpoint. My favorite YouTube artist is Gabe (Arf). His Bork covers are revolutionary!
And to finish off on a light hearted note, have you ever felt intimidated by a kebab?
No, but there’s a Korean leaf that scares me.
And on that rather perplexing bombshell, our interview comes to an end. Thank you very much for your time, Dallas.
Thanks for reading! Be sure to keep an eye on the Frontwire blog for our next developer interview! -The Frontwire Community Team <3 EvoSteven, BuBir & Lexy
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2016.12.02 23:29 MsBluffy What's Going on in Columbia? December 2-4

ALLIED – In this WWII spy thriller, Canadian airman Max Vatan (Brad Pitt) and French Resistance operative Marianne Beauséjour (Marion Cotillard) pose as a married couple for a dangerous mission in Casablanca. Their cover story soon leads to an actual love affair and their starting a family together, but Max's happiness is shattered when he's told that he must take part in an investigation to determine whether Marianne is really a double agent working for the Nazis.
ALMOST CHRISTMAS – A widower asks his family -- which includes his sassy sister-in-law and four adult children as well as the latter's spouses and kids -- to join him for their first Christmas since his wife passed away. However, having all of them under one roof leads to a number of personal confrontations as secrets are revealed and marriages are tested.
ARRIVAL - Denis Villeneuve directed this science-fiction suspense film about Earth's response to a possible alien invasion. After extraterrestrial spacecraft plant themselves at various locations around the globe, a linguist and a theoretical physicist must find a way to communicate with the mysterious visitors in order to learn what they want and whether they pose a threat to humanity.
BAD SANTA 2 - Fueled by cheap whiskey, greed and hatred, Willie teams up once again with his angry little sidekick, Marcus, to knock off a Chicago charity on Christmas Eve.
DOCTOR STRANGE - After his career is destroyed, a brilliant but arrogant surgeon gets a new lease on life when a sorcerer takes him under his wing and trains him to defend the world against evil.
THE EDGE OF SEVENTEEN - A precocious, narcissistic high schooler named Nadine is horrified when her best friend starts dating her impossibly perfect brother. Soon, she falls into a downward spiral that forces her to reflect on her cruel, self-centered behavior.
FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM - This spin-off of the Harry Potter franchise jumps back in time to explore the wizarding world of 1926 New York, which is being threatened by both mystical acts of destruction and a group of extremist No-Majs (the American term for Muggles, i.e. those unable to use magic). Author Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) arrives in the city as part of a global study of fantastic beasts, but he gets caught up in this conflict when some of the magical creatures in his care are accidentally released.
HACKSAW RIDGE - A conscientious objector who refused to take a life or even carry a weapon, Doss was eventually awarded the Medal of Honor for saving the lives of 75 soldiers on the battlefields of Okinawa.
HARRY & SNOWMAN - Dutch immigrant Harry deLayer immigrated to the States after World War II. One snowy day, he visited a Pennsylvania horse auction, hoping to purchase a cheap lesson horse. By the time he arrived, the auction was over, and the only remaining horses were loaded on a slaughter truck. One, a gray plow horse, caught Harry's eye. He bought the horse for $80 and named him Snowman. In less than two years, Harry & Snowman went on to win the triple crown of show jumping, beating the nation's blue bloods. They were famous for their day and traveled around the world together. Their chance meeting at a Pennsylvania horse auction saved them both and crafted a friendship that lasted a lifetime. Eighty-six year old Harry tells their Cinderella love story firsthand, as he continues to train on today's show jumping circuit.
INCARNATE -An unconventional exorcist (Aaron Eckhart) must use his psychic abilities to do battle with a malevolent demon who's taken over an innocent 11-year-old boy (David Mazouz). But he discovers he's up against a more formidable foe than he anticipated when it's revealed that the same malicious entity previously murdered his wife and child. Now he's in a race against time to defeat his worst enemy before it unleashes its evil wrath upon the entire world.
INFERNO - Tom Hanks reprises his role as Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon in director Ron Howard and screenwriter David Koepp's adaptation of author Dan Brown's bestselling novel Inferno, which finds Langdon teaming up with Dr. Sienna Brooks (Felicity Jones) in a race against time to foil a devastating global pandemic plot by using Dante's The Divine Comedy as their tool to prevent a cataclysmic event..
LOVING - The latest from writer-director Jeff Nichols (Mud), Loving is an exquisitely crafted and deeply moving film about real-life couple Mildred and Richard Loving. Mildred (Ruth Negga), a black woman from Virginia, was just 11 years old when she first met the love of her life, a white man named Richard (Joel Edgerton). Near the end of high school, their friendship turns romantic, and the two decide to quietly wed in Washington, D.C. When Virginia police receive an anonymous tip that the Lovings are violating Virginia's Racial Integrity Act of 1924, they raid their household, sending the couple on a courageous nine-year journey to the Supreme Court, where they argue for the rights of interracial couples.
MOANA - Young navigator Moana (voice of Auli'i Cravalho), the daughter of a Polynesian tribal chief, is chosen to find a precious artifact that could save her people. She teams with demigod Maui (Dwayne Johnson) to locate a legendary island, and together the pair explores fantastical lands and encounter incredible sea creatures in this animated adventure from Disney.
MOONLIGHT - Moonlight is a tender, breathtaking portrait of a young, gay black man coming of age in 1980s Miami. Told with great ambition and verve, the film unfolds in three vividly imagined chapters, with different actors portraying the protagonist, Chiron, at various points of his life. With his mother (Naomie Harris) battling drug addiction, young Chiron forms a close bond with a compassionate dealer (Mahershala Ali) and his partner (Janelle Monáe). In the following chapters, we see how Chiron's relationships with these figures, as well as his relationship with a close childhood friend, shape who he becomes. The long-awaited sophomore feature from Barry Jenkins (Medicine for Melancholy), Moonlight is an adaptation of Tarell Alvin McCraney's semi-autobiographical play In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue.
RULES DON’T APPLY - From legendary Academy-Award winning director Warren Beatty, comes RULES DON'T APPLY. Blending equal measures of humor and heart, this is the love story of an aspiring actress, her determined driver and the eccentric billionaire who they work for.
SHUT IN - In this icy drama, a widowed child psychologist (Naomi Watts) holed up in New England with her disabled son learns that one of her clients, a young boy (Jacob Tremblay), has disappeared. When the search for the child proves fruitless, she becomes consumed with the thought that his ghost is haunting her.
TROLLS - After a forest tribe of cotton-candy colored, shockheaded Trolls discover they're the new favorite gourmet treat for King Gristle (John Cleese), the unlikely duo of bubbly Poppy (Anna Kendrick) and worrywart Branch (Justin Timberlake) must rescue their friends from the Chef (Christine Baranski) in this animated fantasy inspired by Danish woodcutter Thomas Dam's collectible dolls.
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2015.07.01 16:15 bibliophalic Castleton Festival live streams starting 7/3 *FREE*

Hi all - I realize I'm just pasting a press release below but I thought the links and the content would be of genuine interest to this subreddit. The live video streams are completely free and won't have ads. Enjoy!
Free Live Video Streaming of All Major Castleton Performances Groundbreaking Access with Over a Million Viewers Anticipated
Castleton, VA (June 29, 2015) — For the first time ever, the Castleton Festival will be live streaming all major performances—from operas to symphonies to Jazz at Lincoln Center—beginning with Roméo et Juliette, Friday, July 3 at 8 p.m. This groundbreaking access makes the Castleton Festival the first mid-Atlantic classical summer music festival to bring all of the performances to the world stage of the internet. All the performances will be streamed directly on the homepage (www.castletonfestival.org) and are free of charge. A complete streaming schedule is below.
Over a million viewers worldwide are expected to tune in for the 2015 Festival Season. The video feeds will be produced by an 8 person crew, with 5 cameras shooting in HD and mixing on state-of-the-art equipment. Performances will be available on-demand after the conclusion of the show run, accessible in the “Watch and Listen” tab of the Castleton website. Roméo et Juliette and L’heure espagnole will have English supertitles. Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg’s sold-out lecture on Saturday, July 11 will be also be streamed for free, underlining the deep commitment of the Castleton Festival to education.
While Western classical music has experienced dwindling attendance and sales in the US and Europe, there’s been a dramatic rise of interest and resources devoted to it in Asia. “The Communist Party, which three decades ago tried to wipe out classical music, now deems it an essential component of the ‘advanced culture’ it vows to create in its effort to make the country a true great power.” (The New York Times, 2007) Two Chinese organizations, the National Centre for Performing Arts in Beijing and the Oriental Arts Center in Shanghai, will be partnering with Castleton for its July 12 tribute to Maestro Maazel. This brings the expected total viewership up to six million for this one performance.
The media team responsible for the Castleton live streams has produced documentaries, music videos, live concerts, reality shows, and corporate and promotional videos. They are an award-winning crew with Emmy Award nods and Sundance Film Festival credits.
Director Michael Philip Davis is in his third season at Castleton, and was personally chosen by Maestro Lorin Maazel to be the video director at the Castleton Festival. His varied career includes work as video director, stage director, tenor, author, and producer. Davis had stage directed over 17 productions in the US and Europe, including the world premiere of Puccini & Coppola’s La Coupe et les Lèvres (Kaye Playhouse).
Justin Kulovsek, Director of Digital Content, and Maggie Ness, Creative Content Producer, round out the team with extensive experience in digital development and the arts. Together, they operate Nesek Digital, a boutique firm specializing in social media, video, and digital content.
Roméo et Juliette
Friday, July 3 at 8 p.m.
All American Band Concert
Saturday, July 4 at 3 p.m.
Law in Opera with Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg
Saturday, July 11 at 2 p.m.
L’heure espagnole (The Spanish Hour) & Scalia/Ginsburg
Saturday, July 11 at 7 p.m.
Beethoven: Symphony No. 9
Sunday, July 12 at 2 p.m.
Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No. 2 with Alessandro Taverna & Brahms: Symphony No. 2 with Fabio Luisi
Sunday, July 19 at 2 p.m.
Jazz at Lincoln Center Academy All-Stars with Wynton Marsalis
Saturday, July 25 at 7 p.m.
Sunday, July 26 at 3 p.m.
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
Saturday, August 1 at 7 p.m.
Sunday, August 2 at 3 p.m.
All performances will be streamed live, weather and technological issues permitting. This service is sponsored by Castleton Festival and the Virginia Tourism Corporation.
The Castleton Festival is distinct among other festivals because of its combined roles as a producing entity, a modern performance venue, and, most importantly, a mentoring program for young artists and theatre professionals through the Castleton Artists Training Seminar (CATS). This unparalleled seven-week program identifies exceptional operatic talents and brings them to the next level of accomplishment through comprehensive training with leading professionals in their field. To date, more than 300 young artists have benefited from the Festival’s CATS program. The 2015 Festival will include the classic opera Roméo et Juliette, Thornton Wilder’s beloved Our Town, symphonic concerts, chamber music, vocal recitals, and the world premiere of Wang’s comic opera Scalia/Ginsburg. Visit www.castletonfestival.org for a complete schedule and visitor information.
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2014.10.30 21:58 tabledresser [Table] IAmA: I am Walter Isaacson, author of THE INNOVATORS, STEVE JOBS, and CEO of the Aspen institute - AMA!

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Mr. Isaacson, The UK is starting to teach programming in schools. I think from 4th grade up. I understand the problems that come with it such as training teachers, but is this something you think should be talked about for the US? I think it's wacky and outdated that we teach school math as a process leading up to calculus. That's a relic of the Sputnik era, when were were all going to calculate rocket trajectories. Instead, starting in fourth grade, I think we should be teaching mathematical logic, proofs, and algorithms. We should also emphasize statistics and probabilities. Every kid should be able to do Boolean algebra and formal logic, rather than getting mired in just traditional algebra. We should also teach programming languages, especially C++, but we need to make sure that kids are also comfortable with the theory and concepts of algorithms, which underpins all programming language. Also, like Ada Lovelace, we should learn that math is a beautiful thing to be visualized, and not just formulas to be memorized. When we see an equation or algorithm or logical sequence, we should visualize it just as we do a line of her dad's poetry, such as "she walks in beauty like the night."
Good afternoon, Walter! Thank you for taking the time to do this. What are your thoughts on singularity? Do you think it will happen, and if so, when? The theme of my book is that human minds and computers bring different strengths to the party. The pursuit of strong Artificial Intelligence has been a bit of a mirage -- starting in the 1950s, it's always seen to be 20 years away. But the combination of humans and machines in more intimate partnership -- what JCR Licklider called symbiosis and what Peter Thiel calls complementarity -- has proven more fruitful. Indeed amazing. So I suspect that for the indefinite future, the combination of human minds and machine power will be more powerful than aiming for artificial intelligence and a singularity.
Thank-you for doing this. I have read Steve Jobs and Einstein. You other books are on my wish list. I've read many biographies but yours are always way more captivating. Almost like page turners. What would you attribute this to? Why do you think you have become one of the top biographers? I think there are many better biographers than I am. Doris Kearns Goodwin, Robert Caro, and David McCullough all of course come to mind. What I try to do is reporting; I am very lucky that because of my days at Time and CNN I have the opportunity to just call people up -- Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Larry Page -- and get the chance to go see them and sit down with them. I try to be a storyteller, rather than over-analyze things. I let the reader do most of the assessment -- like on the behavior of Jobs or Gates or others. I try to tell the story and get out of the way so the reader can feel upclose to the subject.
Why is the history of Computing so muddled? Did we really need the abstract mathematical ideas of Turing, Von Neumann etc to create the digital computer? Wasn't it more of an engineering achievement - once the transistor was invented it became easy to see that programs could be stored in transistor memory for fast access rather than on punched cards separate to the data? This is a great question. As you will see in my book, I believe we needed BOTH the engineering advances AND the theoretical ones: how Boolean algebra could be done in a digital circuit, Turing's concept of a Universal Computing Machine, von Neumann's improvements on stored program architecture. I believe innovation is always a combination of theory and engineering. For the transistor, you needed John Bardeen who knew how the theory of quantum physics applied to the surface states of semiconductors as well as Walter Brattain who knew how to jam a paper clip in some silicon or germanium to make it work.
Is today a better or worse time to embark on a career in journalism than 20 years ago? Twenty years ago was a GREAT time to go into journalism. Ben Bradlee's funeral yesterday reminded me why. Five years ago was a HORRIBLE time. Now is a good time. Journalism is better than ever, there are more ways to do it, and there is less power given to gatekeepers -- and most importantly we are figuring out business models that rely on some user revenue and maybe small bitcoin-enabled payments rather than having to subsist just on ad revenue.
How do you decide on a subject when you are working on biographies? Are they usually through a commission, or are you making the conscious decision to just write about someone you are interested in? What is the tipping point that lets you know you are going all the way with the book? I never work on commission. I once began work on a biography of Louis Armstrong. I wanted to show how creativity comes from diversity. Through my research I got to know everything about Armstrong -- except who he was. I knew what he did almost every day -- but not whether he was happy, or why he smiled, or why he ragged that opening cadenza to West End Blues the way he did. Maybe someday I will get back to it. Maybe someday I will do it as a multimedia book in collaboration with Wynton Marsalis.
I've read that the new book actually started years ago and then you had to stop when Jobs called. Was the book you started then much different than the one that just came out? What were the major changes? And is it fair to call this a "passion project"? This history of the digital revolution is a passion project. I've been gathering string for years. It was mainly going to be about the Internet. But putting it aside to do Steve Jobs (and getting to know Bill Gates) made me decide to instead combine the history of the Internet and the personal computer. That's what made the powerful combination that ignited a revolution. They made me realize I should do all aspects of the digital revolution.
Hi Walter, thanks for being a public intellectual! I'm wondering what you think about the role of Congress and other elected officials in advancing or impeding innovation? Are they even relevant to innovation; do they help or hinder it? Wondering if I should factor this in to my vote next Tuesday? I think our public policy today HINDERS innovation. The media and our gotcha style of political discourse makes it so that everyone tries to cover their ass and is scared of doing anything that might have a risk. So a lot of things get blocked, a lot of regulations are issued, and the government no longer helps fund (as it did during the Eisenhower years) the basic research that leads to future inventions like the Internet and microchip and laser.
Do you think other countries are doing a better job of stimulating rather than hindering innovation? If so, which ones and what could we learn from them? I still think the US is the best, because we are most comfortable with the free and unfettered flow of ideas. That's critical for the information age. But so, too, is good education. We could do well to learn from Finland on that score, or South Korea. I liked Amanda Ripley's book on that, The Smartest Kids in the World.
I thoroughly enjoyed your biography on Steve Jobs! Thank you for your diligence! I know you talked about how you had never done a biography on a living person before. What it easier to feel like you could get a more accurate picture of a living subject? Did you have a system in place that you felt would prevent the tainting of your perspective based on the bias of the person you were interviewing? I have done living people before: Kissinger, the Wise Men. With a living subject, you get to know (if you take time to do a lot of personal interviews and listen) a hundred times more than you can learn about a historic person. I know much more about the chamfers of the original mac than about all of Ben Franklin's lightning rod and kite-flying experiments. I tend to be a bit soft when writing about someone alive, because I tend to like most people I get to know.
People have said you capitalised on Steve Jobs death by rushing your book to sale, what is your opinion on this? I actually finished the book in August a couple of months before he died. He and I decided it should end with him stepping down as CEO of Apple. It was already printed when he died. I thought and hoped -- and he thought and hoped -- that he was going to be alive when it was published. I still wish that had been the case.
Hey Walter, I'm a huge fan. What are your upcoming books? Would you do a Biography on Elon Musk if he asked you to? I got to interview Elon Musk at the Vanity Fair / Aspen Institute New Establishment summit two weeks ago. It's on YouTube. He is amazing. But it's far too early to be writing his biography. He still has much to accomplish, and must keep taking his vision and executing on it.
Hi Walter, Thanks for doing the AMA. Will you write an autobiography? I see no need to write my own autobiography or memoir. I have been very lucky and even successful. Yet I know I have mainly been an observer, not a person in the arena. My life is not nearly as interesting as the business people, innovators, geniuses, etc. whom I write about.
Hi Walter, Thanks for doing the AMA. My question is have you ever failed at anything and what was your attitude toward it afterwards? Thanks again. Yes. I was not very good at running CNN. I did not understand, nor have much passion for, television as a medium. So I didn't have a feel for what would work. I liked hiring great folks like Aaron Brown and Anderson Cooper and trying to do smarter TV, but I just don't think I was cut out for TV.
Will you see the Turing movie that's coming out soon with the guy from Sherlock? I have seen a screening of "The Imitation Game." It is great, as is Benedict Cumberbatch. Turing is a major character in my book, and I hope the movie will cause more people to appreciate him (and maybe read the chapters in my book about him!)
I'm surprised to see computers have not evolved beyond silicon in nearly 30-40 years. What are your thoughts? It would be interesting if we built computers not based on digital circuits using binary logic -- and instead tried to replicate the human mind in a carbon-based and wetware chemical system, perhaps even an analog one, like nature did it!
In any Eastern European countries you have visited when you were a reporter for Time? Where You liked the most? I was at the Gdansk shipyards with Walesa in 1989 and with Havel when he was released from prison in Prague. Bliss was it in that dawn to be alive. Prague and Budapest are among my favorite cities.
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2014.01.02 05:43 ozdok I need some help. Can anyone identify this Wynton Marsalis concert?

Here is a video from the concert of the band performing Down Home With Homey.
If possible I would hope that someone here knows some details about this concert like the name, date, song listing or anything else.
What I am really after is a particular song (video) of Wynton Marsalis performing on I think this very same stage because I think I recognize the rather unusual clothing of the Basist (not wearing a suit like everyone else on the stage.) This video has been escaping for at least 3 years now, it used to be on youtube but was removed and I can't find it anymore. I vaguely remember it just being titled Wynton Marsalis Septet.
I can sort of remember the song and some melodies from it. The very recognizable thing about this song is that after Wynton's opening solo, there is one note played by the whole band 9 times intermitted by 9 quarter breaks. (so something like this: Note - 1/4Break - note - 1/4break ...9 times) then 1 full break (complete silence) and the Double Base kicks things off and the whole band start playing this backing track of just 3 notes for the rest of the song while Wynton Solos in the foreground.
Any help will be appreciated in identifying the concert or my vaguely described song.
Please don't make me whistle parts of the song that I remember.
TL;DR: Identify this Wynton concert with the Basist wearing a read polo shirt instead of a proper suit.
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2012.10.31 15:07 mazhining A spotify playlist based on Mark Levine's recommendations in "The Jazz Theory Book"

Here you go.
It took me some days to compile, I hope some of you will enjoy it. I added a few albums that I thought deserved a place and not all of the albums Mark Levine recommended could be found on Spotify. The albums are sorted according to release date but I made it collaborative so you can correct it if you see any errors. The albums are sorted by leader.
Artist list:
edit: Made it uncollaborative, since it would be really hard for me to find an error if someone accidentally would insert one. Contact me if you find errors.
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Isabel Pantoja - Así fue - YouTube Mark O'Connor at 14, a newly discovered clip of this child prodigy improvising on the fiddle. (1976) Reverse Uber Rides - YouTube Pardon The Intrusion: The REAL Debate Romare Bearden: Visual Jazz Jeffrey Marsalis Favorites - YouTube Prince Charming's Last First Kiss? - YouTube

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  1. Isabel Pantoja - Así fue - YouTube
  2. Mark O'Connor at 14, a newly discovered clip of this child prodigy improvising on the fiddle. (1976)
  3. Reverse Uber Rides - YouTube
  4. Pardon The Intrusion: The REAL Debate
  5. Romare Bearden: Visual Jazz
  6. Jeffrey Marsalis
  7. Favorites - YouTube
  8. Prince Charming's Last First Kiss? - YouTube
  9. Big Trumpet Playlist - YouTube
  10. Latin Salsa/Songo by Noel Pichay

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