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  1. Late Bloomers
    The short version: At 43 started trumpet; was playing out in a small way with a quartet locally in about five years. At 52 started sax this June; played out (same small way) in September. Here is a link to some audio with me and the guitar guy as a duo: Gear = 1965 Bundy tenor, Giardinelli...
  2. SOTW Member Recordings & Reviews
    Physical CDs are now available for direct shipment for my jazz debut album, “Romance in Formosa” featuring Andy LaVerne, Jay Anderson, and Billy Drummond!!!! You can purchase signed copies here: www.timlinmusic.com/new-products/romanceinformosa or high quality mp3 files/CD here...
  3. Martin
    Hey guys, I just picked up a 1938 Handcraft Standard serial#131XXX that I am trying to turn around and resell. I was wondering if anyone had more info on this period of horn as the history seems a bit foggy. Is it a handcraft? handcraft committee? handcraft/comm II hybrid? Any info would be...
  4. SOTW Member Recordings & Reviews
    Hey all! Just found a bunch of videos from some past gigs that I thought I had lost. Here's one of them, featuring the GREAT Billy Drummond! (If you don't know who he is just google him!) This is one of my all-time favorite standards- "I've Never Been in Love Before." Like/comment and let me...
  5. SOTW Member Recordings & Reviews
    ¨Like Someone in Love¨ ... testing my new Viza Dark mouthpiece.
  6. General Discussion
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/vintage-Silver-SML-Strasser-Marigaux-Rev-D-Alto-Saxophone-just-overhauled-/171129385613 I've contacted the seller music-oldtimer-com that this horn is not a 'Rev. D' but instead a Rev. B era (early 1940s) 'Standard' which uses 'Rev. A' tooling and lacks many features...
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