RE: [JPL] What is the highlight of your record collection?

Jackson, Bobby Bobby.Jackson at ideastream.org
Tue Oct 31 11:26:44 EST 2006


I don't have a particular highlight but I enjoy owning many out-of-print
issues.  Overall, they're all my children!

Bobby Jackson

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I have every LP that Roland Kirk ever recorded as both a leader and a
sideman.  I don't have the 7" singles that he made on vinyl (though I
did
hold them in my hands once), but at least I have the music from them on
the
10-CD set, Rahsaan.

Lenny Mazel
Jazz Director
KCME-FM
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Colorado Springs, CO 80907
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what is the highlight of your ALBUM collection?  Mine would 
definitely be the 56 Dexter Gordon albums (27 of them signed), 2 Blue
Note 
45's and one broken 78!


Dr. Jazz

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