marekboym at gmail.com
Sat Jan 5 07:07:22 PST 2013
Although the first LPs I bought in London back in 1964 came from
Selfridges (an Armstrong on Ace of Hearts and the Kid Thomas Band on
Riverside's "New Orleans: The Living Legends series), I did make the
pilgrimage to Dobell's and bought a 10" LP of George Lewis (couldn't
afford more at teh time).
I visited the 77 Charing Cross shope a few times in the years to come,
and the newre one after Dobell had to move. And I have quite a
collection of 77 LPs. I am still looking for Sudhalter and Son - I
was hoping these to LPs would have been reissued by GHB, but
apparently they were not acquired by the latter! Unfortunately, I
could not afford orderin them when they were issued, and have never
come across them in any second hand store.
On 5 January 2013 01:46, Graham Martin <grahmartin at bigpond.com> wrote:
> Thanks Brian and Leon for the memory.
> Oh my, yes! Doug Dobell's' certainly was 'a major part of jazz history' as
> far as I am concerned. I think the first (probably my very first) LP (10") I
> purchased there was the Vanguard recording of Vic Dickenson septet Vol 2.
> And that recording was the first time I had ever heard Ruby Braff. Oh wow! -
> (To quote the youngsters, which of course I was in those days).
> Graham Martin
> Redland Bay, Qld
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Brian Harvey BT [mailto:sweet.figlio at btinternet.com]
> Sent: Thursday, 3 January 2013 8:56 PM
> To: DJML
> Cc: Dixieland Jazz Mailing List
> Subject: [Dixielandjazz] FW: Dobell
> The organiser Leon Parker has just launched a web funder for the forthcoming
> exhibition celebrating the classic London (England) jazz shop Dobells.
> This message is not designed to ask you for money (!) - merely to advise you
> that the exhibition preparation is under way.
> So if there's a chance of you being in London when it's on I suggest you get
> along there.
> This shop - like the Commodore in NY - was a major part of jazz history.
> If you could spread forward the web link to those you think might be
> interested in supporting and there will also be a non - internet funding
> option which George Forster is co-ordinating.
> Brian Harvey
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