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Suggestion Box / A Handful of Suggestions
« on: September 01, 2008, 09:58:42 PM »
Sorry for the long list. Know some recordings would be hard to put on tape due to royalty fees, others have disappeared over the years or there's not a wide enough audience.

Here goes:

Doc Evans: Muskrat Ramble or Doc Evans at the Gaslight Audiophile label
John Coltrane and John Hartman Impulse
The Weavers Reunion At Carnegie Hall Vanguard
Ray Brown/Jimmy Rowles: Tasty  Concord
Mel Torme: I Dig the Duke/I Dig the Count Verve
Cannonball Adderly: Something Else Bluenote
Cannonball Adderly with Bill Evans: Know What I Mean Riverside
Tony Bennett/Bill Evans Fantasy
Varese: Arcana Decca
Romantic Russia Decca
Herold-Lanchberry: La Fille Mal Gardee Decca
Mahler: Symph. # 3/Solti Decca
John Cage: Pulse New World
Pink Floyd: DSOM EMI/Harvest
Laurence Rosenthal: Rashomon Carlton Records (One of the best sounding LPs of all time--but God only knows if the tapes exist any more :( )
Cat Steven: Tea for the Tillerman Island
Picaflor: Latin American Music for Guitar and Mandolin Titanic Records
Rickie Lee Jones: RLJ Warner Bros (I think her only -or one of a few -analog recordings)
Reiner: Pines of Rome RCA (No LP has served these tapes save for almost the original 1S--and I've heard the original tapes)
Johnny Cash: American Recordings    American Recordings

Myles Astor

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