Posted: Tue Jan 11, 2005 7:43 pm
Correct. I will bring as many copies as my luggage allows (10 sounds about right).
Thanks, Jesse.JesseMiner wrote:Correct. I will bring as many copies as my luggage allows (10 sounds about right).
It's not waning in the Lindy Hop community. hee hee ::ducks::hep2hop wrote:It makes me wonder if Charleston dancing is waning in the Lindy Hop community, or if it was just that particular group of dancers.
Chiaroscuro is offering a great deal: all thirteen CDs featured on "For Dancers Only" for only $99!JesseMiner wrote:1. Al Grey - The New Al Grey Quintet ($11.95)
2. Jay McShann - Some Blues ($14.95)
3. The Clark Terry Quintet - Live On QE2 ($14.95)
4. Bob Wilber and Kenny Davern - Summit Reunion (1992) ($11.95)
5. The Junior Mance Trio - Blue Mance ($11.95)
6. Milt Hinton - Old Man Time ($19.95)
7. Buck Clayton - Jam Session #1 ($11.95)
8. Bobby Hackett - Live At The Roosevelt Grill (Vol. 1) ($14.95)
9. The Red Holloway Quintet with guest O.C. Smith - Standing Room Only ($14.95)
10. Dave Glasser - Begin Again ($14.95)
11. Ralph Sutton & Ruby Braff - R&R ($14.95)
12. Ralph Sutton and Jay McShann - Last of the Whorehouse Piano Players ($14.95)
13. Clark Terry - The Clark Terry Spacemen ($11.95)