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Not the turntable but the radio--the big 89 rewind; 89WLS Chicago, for one day only, goes retro to the 70's with original live DJs including Lujack, Landecker, and more. Great!
 
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Mel Torme!
 
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Tony Bennet!
 
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Led Zeppelin 1

(scored for an obscenely low price {$2.00})


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Led Zeppelin 1

(scored for an obscenely low price {$2.00})


That's more than I would pay!

Hey, Rocky, good to hear from you!
Seems like it's been awhile - or have I just not been paying attention?
 
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B-Two, I've been around, have gone nowhere fast. Hehehehe. Lurking more for real, but thought I was getting overzealous with my postings there for a while. I have noticed the absence of some prime members of late though. Hope thats not a permanent thing. I actually figured you would not be a Zep fan. I'm happy anyhow!


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Tom Paxton!


"Live Forever!"
 
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Braling, did you say Stan Getz was good jazz? A bunch came into work.


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Getz is great. He pioneered "Latin Jazz" in the '50s when he teamed with João Gilberto and his wife, Astrud Gilberto. Ever heard "Girl From Ipanema"? He recorded a lot, so can't advise on any particular LP.
If you've heard the silky smooth alto sax of Paul Desmond; Stan's tone is like that, but on tenor.
 
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I'll check him out, thanks a bunch. Sadly, still haven't checked out Mitch, but I will soon. I kind of go through phases where I get heavily into jazz then fade into something else entirely. I appreciate all your help!


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Weeeelll, though Mitch could and did play some jazz, his schtick was mostly getting folks at home to sing along with his mostly male chorus; the old songs like "Shine On Harvest Moon", "For Me and My Gal", etc. Not just all Tin Pan Alley stuff, but things that would be considered corny by today's too cool America, at least the majority who've, sadly, not had the baton of the previous generation passed on, as it were.
I would have fun with it, though, as would you and your kids, if you're not the self-conscious type!
 
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No, not the self conscious type as you probably already surmised. I could tell by the cover that it is a "singalong". I'll check it out soon, when my daughter's boyfriend and a few friends come over perhaps.


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"I'll check it out soon, when my daughter's boyfriend and a few friends come over perhaps."

Hee-hee!
 
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wind chimes, Beach Boys
 
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Bruce Springsteen and the Sessions Band Live in Dublin. This 2 CD set is a live concert of the Seeger Sessions songs. It also includes a few Boss classics performed with new arrangements.
 
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