I have that album, in E condition, but not with that album cover.
It's a wonderful concert, and well recorded. Also, probably the
only existing recording of tenor saxophonist Gerald Brashear.
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> Date: Sat, 26 Sep 2015 07:13:50 -0400
> From: David Lewis <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Welcome to the Orchard
> One company name that crops up on YouTube frequently in regard to music
> files is Orchard Enterprises, whose copyright may be seen on
> releases from Sony, Documents and other labels -- it's quite ubiquitous. I
> was curious about them, so I looked them up on NASDAQ, which
> "Digital Music Group, Inc. was incorporated in April 2005 to become a
> leading owner of digital rights to music and other sound recordings and
> distributor of these recordings to online music stores. Concurrently with
> the completion of this offering, we have agreed to acquire Digital
> That's where it runs out. The company link provided does not work for me.
> I note their copyright on a recording by Cecil Young. Young's album "A
> Concert of Cool Jazz" was recorded in Seattle in 1951 by Young himself
> and provided to Syd Nathan, who released it on King Records as its first
> 10" LP the following year. King discontinued making 10" LPs in 1956,
> and this particular album has never been offered again. Young died around
> 1976, and the recordings made by King belong to Gusto, which has
> never revived this particular recording.
> Orchard's copy is in poor condition and certainly does not involve any kind
> of tape. They frequently issue takedown notices to other users, as per
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Orchard_(company) My concern is that who
> would issue a takedown notice to them when they are infringing on
> something in the public domain? Which I suspect the Cecil Young recording
> would be -- it was issued just that one time, in 1952, and was never
> seen again.
> David N. Lewis
> Hamilton, OH