I wish I was a baller, a little taller and had a '64 Impala. It was found for $5 in a furniture shop, sandwiched between a Barry Manilow and Earl Klugh.
Pick my lottery numbers bud
Some pickups from the past few weeks. That MDV is indeed an original.
Bottom right : What is the General Caine like? Off to a good start with an Alembic bass and an ecstatic lady on the cover.
"Mitch McDowell pursued a career in law enforcement as a bail bondsman after leaving the music industry. He was murdered in January 1992 along with a nephew, Akili John Davis, 18, who worked in his office. Police noted that the office safe was empty."
I read that one too. Also, GC often played the locally famous Swing Auditorium (which was down the road from the bail bond place where McDowell was murdered) before a Cessna crashed into it, leading to its eventual demolition, on September 11 1981, of all days.
I agree. I can't think of anything of hers or the Return To Forever collective in general that isn't worth listening to. Also, I knew I forgot something: not pictured is an original Fred Wesley and the JB's "Damn Right I'm Somebody" for $10
Flora fans should check out Gilles Peterson’s BBC Radio6 program from last weekend with her and Airto Moreira.
nice finds! the scorpio and apache (?) on the 21 Guitar Hits have brakes iirc. that record was a dime a dozen up here back in the day.i'm headed to switzerland for work - any reccos for shops/markets in Zurich/Geneva?
I went to some shops around Geneva and Lausanne about 6 years ago. Prices are painful over there - one person even told me that some shops refuse to price anything below 20 francs, and that was for stuff like BT Express. The only store I can recommend is Bongo Joe in Geneva, super nice owners and more honest prices, and a good selection of stuff.
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