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The Secret of The Savory Collection

Friday, August 20, 2010

True to its name, The Savory Collection is a treat to the ears. Loren Schoenberg, director of the National Jazz Museum in Harlem, and Larry Rohter of The New York Times explain how recently discovered recordings by the likes of Lester Young, Coleman Hawkins and other jazz greats are changing music history.

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this is a real treasureand i hope the public can buy the recordings. as long as greed doesn,t enter the picture we,ll be able to acquire thecd,s.

Aug. 21 2010 02:36 PM
Leah G. Spiro from New York City

The Savory Collection story takes me back to the '40's when I was a teenager and my father was in business manufacturing sound recording discs for original transcriptions. He owned Advance Recording Products, while two other firms were doing the same thing: Allied Recording and Presto. Among our customers were recording studios like Carnegie Hall Recording and Lola Studios. I would often accompany my father at business dinners and got to know the proprietors and/or engineers who were the mainstay of the studios. Thank you for reviving the memories.

Aug. 21 2010 01:39 PM

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