grace_m

grace, 59, mujer, Estados UnidosVisto por última vez: ayer por la mañana

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  • neptunianVerses

    Hey Grace ! ..thanks for accepting my friend request. How are you? Please feel free to share some of your favorite tunes 🎁 ..Peace & Love always..Dee 🎶

    29 Abr 5:55 Responder
  • paul_m_rdio

    Hey, you found me! I set up this account purely as a means of keeping in touch with people if Rdio ever folded so I never really got into the whole scrobbling thing.

    7 Sep 2014 Responder
  • unhillbilly

    Hey Grace - listening to your library has been an ideal contextual reset for me. Thanks!

    18 Mar 2014 Responder
  • jaggerandrea

    and thanks for your help! :)

    25 Oct 2013 Responder
  • jaggerandrea

    Grace! I hope to see you on rdio soon, too!! :)

    15 Oct 2013 Responder
  • jaggerandrea

    I miss mog too, Grace! It's hard to find the same feel...I think I will try to check out Hear it Here today--some of the old moggers are still around there---hope to "see" you around soon--I listened to some great Curtis Fuller tunes!

    30 Mar 2013 Responder
  • johnbee73

    Thanks for being a friend! Nice collection of new and older jazz! Thanks John

    29 Nov 2012 Responder
  • slumbear

    good taste, grace:)

    2 Nov 2012 Responder
  • Bakari

    No, actually it's just a photo me holding my old iPod touch, with a picture of Herbie Hancock on it. Is the pict a little hard to see? Perhaps I should change to another one. So yeah, I just finished reading Brandon Marsalias's Moving to Higher Ground. Have you read it? It's a great read about jazz, though I don't agree with his criticism of Miles.

    7 Oct 2012 Responder
  • OMacacoAquatico

    This goes a long way toward addressing my insecurities, Grace. :>) There's been more than a few times when I've wanted to rec something your way but I couldn't! I've long been a fan of one of rdio's most ardent and investigatory jazz fans, though. I'm psyched for your mutual follow.

    4 Oct 2012 Responder
  • on3ye

    Tnx for visiting ~ Eye enjoy yr music. *-)

    27 Jul 2012 Responder
  • sangitamadhura

    She's actually a couple years old, according to the SPCA -- but very petite. Met her this week on a visit to the shelter. She's a doll, very friendly and fun. But I'm not sure about adopting anyone right now. Big commitment!

    22 Abr 2012 Responder
  • sangitamadhura

    really! the kitty in your avie, or another buddy? (yes, that was one of mine...they're all passed away now)

    30 Mar 2012 Responder
  • on3ye

    Tnx for the note! Enjoying your lovely music.

    20 Mar 2012 Responder
  • JaredFlores

    Grace, I remember seeing Ron play with Gene Harris! Awesome. You know, with your appreciation of Jeff Hamilton and Ron, I thought for sure you must have been around Orange County when they both played all the time there. Anyways, nice add with the Ron Eschte. Need to check that album out!

    15 Mar 2012 Responder
  • jaggerandrea

    Thanks for accepting me! Hey, we both like The Stones, Stevie Wonder, and Feist! I'd like to get some ideas from you.

    14 Feb 2012 Responder
  • skydivingrhino

    Good suggestion, grace. I might do that. Although, I'll let tod's run its course first (Pork Pie is still hanging in there after about 24hrs). Might have to change the rules too. I'd be surprised if jazz fans would so casually discard a song (oops, I mean track).

    13 Feb 2012 Responder
  • jaggerandrea

    Hey Grace! Good to see you here!

    13 Feb 2012 Responder
  • DavidLuebbert

    We had an awesome record store in Lincoln, Dirt Cheap, where the music lovers hung out. They were willing to order anything out of the Schwann catalog, so we were always finding new things and telling each other about it, kind of Lala-like 30 years too early. Members of that circle ran the Student Union concerts committee, which booked McCoy Tyner, Oregon, Ali Ahkbar Khan with Zakir Hussein, Keith Jarrett's band with Motian, Haden and Redman, Phil Woods, Buddy Guy, Muddy Waters. With that booking experience we founded a jazz society that did four concerts a year that presented MJQ, Bill Evans, McCoy again, Thad Jones-Mel Lewis, Dexter, Dizzy, Woody Shaw, Betty Carter, Max Roach, Joe Pass, and Toshiko Akiyoshi-Lew Tabackin. We eventually ran out of money, but developed a jazz constituency there. As that all developed, as a spin off we also helped to found a listener supported and run radio station, KZUM-FM, that had a wide open music policy, another Lala like experience.

    12 Ene 2012 Responder
  • DavidLuebbert

    "Woody III" was one of my favorite albums from the late 70's. Woody's "The Moontrane", "Rosewood", and "Little Red's Fantasy" albums were all right up there with it. Rdio has "Rosewood" and "Little Red's Fantasy" listed. I helped promote a concert of Woody's right as "Rosewood" was coming out, so I met the musicians from his working band at the time. Victor Lewis was an Omahan like me, so we had a lot of homestate pride in his achievements when he came back to play a concert in Lincoln for us as the drummer in Shaw's band.

    11 Ene 2012 Responder
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