Le 3 mai 10 à 21:12, Tom Fine a écrit :
> Hi All:
> In one of my windmill-tilting projects for listening pleasure, I am
> trying to deconstruct the Mosaic set of Sonny Stitt Roost
> recordings and reconstruct it as the original albums, in the proper
> sequence. I couldn't find any good discography online. Does anyone
> have the original Roost records? Would you be willing to type in
> the song order and ping me on- or off-list? Much appreciated, any
> and all help. I will gather and organize the total of whatever I
> get from the ether and publish in a subsequent posting to this list.
> Did I mention how much I don't like chronological-discography
> compilations? This substitutes the taste and intents of the artist
> and producer(s) for some sort of academic study of a body of work.
> Boring! Bad enough to waste listening time with rejected takes and
> false starts, but also to destroy album continuity and vibe, for
> the sake of what? I never understood this sort of compilation,
> going back to multi-LP collections of the 70's and 80's.
> -- Tom Fine
Some research on the web shows some data on those Stitt albums.
Probably more to be found there.
Check the following sites:
Regarding your comment on chronological discographies, I agree with
your interest in having the details of records. I just can say this
is a different approach:
I use to make a distinction between discography of records (what
you are looking for) and discography of recordings (the chronological
listing - the "logical" part is important to my eyes!). I am more
and more considering the detailed cataloguing of records as a part of
a complete discography including the chronological part . My next
Atlantic label project is made that way.