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I'm keep returning to Lenny Breau's genius guitar play..he was special


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Any Jazz fans interested in possibly joining a DAC tour? I promise you your jazz will sound absolutely lovely on this unit.

Details of the tour here.

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One of my all time favorite Jazz guitarists, Johnny Smith

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Love Chucks music, but the quality of most the recordings I have had access to is less than optimal - shrill and thin sounding.  The only keeper I have found so far is a copy of "Feels So Good" that I found at GW that was mastered at KENDUN (stamped in the deadwax).  That facility has put out some amazing recordings and this one was no exception.

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:blink: might not have been the feels go good I had in mind - but looks interesting.

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Anyone interested in adventurous jazz should check out the internet radio show, Destination Out, on WFMU.org, look on the Give The Drummer Stream (they have a number of streams, ask worth checking out). It broadcasts live Sunday morning 9-11 AM Eastern Standard time (NY, etc), but they archive shows, so they can be listened to at your convenience. I've discovered many artists and albums here (does get away from jazz a bit, but most of the focus is jazz).
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Following the post about the Internet radio program, I wanted to add this one.  I listen to it via Podcast and he regularly introduces me to things I hadn't heard before.

 

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