19 comments:

green said...
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yewsta said...

Thank you.

the jazzman said...

First time here and I find this wonderment. Thank you.

neil said...

Don't know Curtis Amy, but if Mosaic AND your good self rate him, thern I'm up for a listen...

Erberken said...

Thank you for the wonderful post. however, there is a problem with the third disc.

green said...

You're welcome guys and I appreciate you leaving comments on my posts.

Hey Erberken-
I don't know what to tell you since none of my friends are having any trouble with this file...Could you please post another comment here or e-mail me and be a bit more specific about the problem you are having with the third disc? Thank you.

Erberken said...

Thank you. Yesterday the files were showed as invalid for some reason. Today, everything is fine. Thanks again for the beautiful music.

Anonymous said...

Nice work, good job, your blog is charming !

Anonymous said...

I came back to say how wonderfull is this post from Curtis Amy. Just fantastic ! Once more, thank you.

aroonie said...

Thank you VERY much for the Curtis Amy discs. Wonderful music especially Katanga with the amazing Dupree Bolton - the forgotten genius of jazz trumpet.

pedro said...

thank you very much
p.

winton tostello said...

after hearing mustang from orgy in rhythm, i was flabbergasted.i was fortunate to find also katanga...
your post completes the situation.
deep gratitude!

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much for!

Anonymous said...

i just found you. thank, thank you, thank you is all i could ever say. your taste in jazz speaks volumes for you. thank you, thank you again.

- tiqour ambessa

lcbriza said...

Thanks a lot for sharing this Mosaic set.

Axel.T. said...

Great Site for GREAT jazz. I did some research on Dupree Bolton and he really made poor choices. He could have been one of the absolute greats, but got hooked on crime and dope at a very young age in New York with Charlie Parker. Spent most of his life in prison.
Here are the links to his story, I hope this answers some question about him.

http://www.jazz.com/features-and-interviews/2009/4/14/in-search-of-dupree-bolton-part-1

http://www.jazz.com/features-and-interviews/2009/4/23/in-search-of-dupree-bolton-part-2

Regards,
Axel

Anonymous said...

Very nice! thanks a lot, i was after the katanga and found it, thanks again :)

swamielmo said...

thank you green. looking for this.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for this! Until now I only had the last album
Katanga with the amazing Dupree Bolton.

One thing though, my CD2 has only 12 tracks, Very Frank is missing?

Anyway thanks for this treasure!

IC