Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Welcome

Have fun and enjoy the music. This effort is made purely out of love for the music, and as jazz lends itself to discussion so nicely don't forget to drop a line; don't be afraid of the keyboard, it won't bite you. Your thoughts, suggestions & contributions are welcome.

d3lta



Jazz great Lou Donaldson in action (pic by yours truly)

64 comments:

Miz J said...

greetings,oh great leader :-)
just want to thank you for posting the music of undersung musicians,some of whom I'd almost forgotten and some I didn't know.
love the new live jazz feed! thanks again.
mizj

Miz J said...

oops! I meant traffic feed...

d3lta said...

You're welcome MizJ. Your Freudian skip was totally to the point, I prefer to see it as a live jazz feed myself :-)

Jazzman said...

Your posts are significant. Keep up the good work!

info press said...

Hi there Jazzman, I love Chuck Mangione and when I have a bit of time I will look through your whole blog. Needless to say I will link your blog to mine for easy access. Thanks mate.

Jazz from Italy said...

this is the best welcome in Jazz.

thanx for your amazing post and good music.

a see you.

Anonymous said...

Hello Jazzman. Thank you for broadening my horizons and showing the path to jazz listening nirvana. I would like to contribute, but what?

d3lta said...

Anyone can contribute be it links, news, impressions/reviews of jazz concerts, new releases and the like, nothing better than talking jazz between jazz lovers ;-)

vapsomallias said...

Dear Delta,

How about a post dedicated to Humphrey Lyttelton, jazz trumpeter, old Etonian and ex-Guards Officer?

d3lta said...

Dear Vapsomallias,

You are absolutely right, the great late Humph was a towering figure of the English media with a charming personalty to boot. If you care to check here, I think you will find the contents most satisfactory.

green said...

Thank you d3lta for this super cool blog. I just uploaded this one and thought you might like it.

Grand Slam - Live at the Regattabar
MP3@320

Jim Hall (guitar)
Joe Lovano (soprano & alto sax, alto clarinet)
George Mraz (bass)
Lewis Nash (drums)

1. Slam
2. Chelsea Rendezvous
3. Border Crossing
4. Say Hello to Calypso
5. Blackwell's Message
6. All Across the City
7. Feel Free

http://rapidshare.com/files/209783102/Grand_Slam__Live_at_the_Regattabar.zip

good luck and please keep posting hip albums.

Anonymous said...

Su web en: http://www.planetaki.com/jazz/subscriptions

MUSIC THROUGH THE YEARS said...

Good morning.Just came in to say hello.Good morning to our mutual friend Vapsomallias.

Chris

d3lta said...

And a very good morning to you Sir -- and of course to our recently deceased friend.

trane said...

Hi d3lta, congratulations, both the music and the videos are terrific!, so thanks a lot.
By the way, while I had no problem whatsoever in downloading a couple of music files with Rapidshare, I was wondering if there was a way of downloading some of the videos you uploaded on Dailymotion. I tried with Orbit, which seems exactly the correct program, but although it says "video downloaded", when I try to 'open' it on my pc, nothing happens!
Any tips??!!
Trane

d3lta said...

Hi trane, although I've never tried downloading from dailymotion, I guess that these should be flash video files, so you need to rename them with the extention *.flv and use appropriate software to decode them like vlc media player or flv player (both freeware), hope that solves it.

trane said...

Yes, thanks, in fact I just had to use the right program - orbit didnt work. Now everything is fine
Cheers
Trane

Chris said...

Ah yes, Lou Donaldson. Being a trumpet player myself, I became aware of Mr. Donaldson through his work with Art Blakey, which of course included the immortal Clifford Brown (my absolute jazz idol).

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Buns O'Plenty said...

nice blog, i am enjoying it. I added you on my blogroll, thx for the tunes!

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Rodrigo López "Donny" said...

Hi, great blog. I've just began my own blog about black music and jazz: http://soulyotrosalimentosdelalma.blogspot.com/ I hope you like it and if you want we can change links. Just let me know in my cbox. Thanks very much

Scoredaddy said...

Hello d3lta. not sure how I missed your blog before. I just signed up as a 'follower" and will visit often. Thanks for the great job you do here!

d3lta said...

Hi Scoredaddy and welcome aboard. Likewise, I missed your excellent blog but this is amended now, it features on my "faces & places" list. Groove on

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Anonymous said...

It's 2010 already?

Dr. President said...

d3lta,
Can you please repost the link for Lee Morgan's "The Sidewinder" that you originally posted a year ago? The link is dead. Much appreciated. :)

chazz said...

Mike
Great blog.I wondered about if you have checked Eddie Lang and Lonnie Johnson (great stuff have on LP) to see if there were any bad files uploaded.Also I can't find a tutorial on Cuecards 2000.None on Google search and Youtube.Can you direct a computer idiot where to find a way to use (can find iso but not CC2000).Also wondering why you use it and not just burn to flac and upload with meta allready there.I use FreeripMp3 and can make FLAC and upload easily.Why use Iso????
Thanks
Chazz

d3lta said...

@Chazz, Messrs Lang & Johnson are in place, just checked. And what do you mean by cuecards 2000? All recent flac uploads have embedded cues, the extra cues are included for convenience, one can do a lot of things with them using the necessary software, cues are the lingua franca of lossless uploads.

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JackRamon said...

Hello,

Just a quick word to let you know that you are featured in our blogroll on Radio.Video.Jazz

Please check our site. If you like our work, do link back to us.

If you feel like contributing, let us know.

A lot of thanks.

The Radio.Video.Jazz Team

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' Claudjinha said...

I have a blog with the same title :)

grumpy said...

Do you cross post at avaxhome? If so I've downloaded 20+ albums from you without saying thanks!

THANK YOU for a wonderful blog and great posts.

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RAQUEL CRUSOÉ said...

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luthier said...

Thank you d3lta for a great blog.

Kim and Jeff said...

I have 14 jazz albums I haven't been able to find digitally. I am willing to send you the albums if you could digitize them. I can send you a list of the albums if you're interested. By the way, you have a great blog! Email: zapitdude@aol.com

s_pablo said...

Greetings from outer space. Glad to see this blog running. I thought you have given up...

P.S. Vlepw oti efages kai to mike

Anonymous said...

thanks for all the great music..pickin thru the archives!

Ingram Frizer said...

Excellent throughout - thank you

ADRIAN said...

Hello friend, your page is very good.
've downloaded the three files "Nikos Skalkottas (1904-49) Music For Violin and Piano", please can you tell me is the key hangs (pass), thank you very much

upkerry14 said...

Hi, nice blog. No idea where the links are though. I just started a wee effort of my own. Please drop by. Cheers, B
http://oneweekman.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Can't find any links... is it me? Thanks! Looks like a great site.

Anonymous said...

Nice blog - don't see any links at all. Am I missing something?

Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Hey there, just found this blog via stumble. I'd love to deepen my understanding of jazz, but I can't find the links... Have they all been taken down recently?

Dadzior said...

Hey I had this website in my bookmarks for a long time, now I visited it again but I can't find any links

Anonymous said...

HI d3lta, I've recently discovered this web gem :-). Thanks for all of your efforts.
I'm joining to the question raised here before about links & pass.

Thanks in advance,
ziv2724(at)yahoo.com

إيمان يوسف said...

ما شاء الله
Excellent
Go On with great music

Mr.Pc said...

hi,
i share jazz in my blog, too
what would you think about a link exchange?
if you could put my blog's link to your page, i could put yours to my page with a small image.
waiting for your answer.
http://cazadam.blogspot.com

MUSIC THROUGH THE YEARS said...

GREAT POST.THANK YOU.HAVE A NICE SUNDAY.ALL THE BEST

Anonymous said...

hi jazzallthat.blogspot.com-ers xmas greetings to all of you - matty

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την πόρτα σου να τη χτυπά η ευτυχία μόνο!

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voodoo said...

Nice pic!