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- winoweenie - 04-13-2002

CB decided I needed to get my S$#@ in order and organize the Music console. So all weekend I'm sorting, packing, and cataloging my CDs', Tapes, and records of all RPMs'. I just received this marvelous remastered
" Lady Day. The Complete Billie Holiday on Columbia 1933-1944 ". I remember we had a post I think WOW about hearing Gloomy Sunday for the first time. Naturally it's on the compilation but imagine my surprise when I found the original recording On the Commodore Records release with a great cover painted by John De Vries. Recorded for Columbia the flip side is Nite and Day.Bought this sucker back in the late 30s and it's only one of a handful of 78s' spared the Salvation Army bin by my mom. Needed a break!
Have a marvy week-end. WW

- chittychattykathy - 04-18-2002

Mr. Weenie Sir,
Might you have some tasting notes for the Stags Leap Napa Valley Cab, 1999?

- winoweenie - 04-18-2002

CCK me-love. Haven't you noticed that all of my notes are from cabs with some age on them? When I decide to taste a young wine, it's normally for the purpose of determining if I think it's in the cellar-sweeps. Some wines are automatically purchased on release due to my affinity for the wineries' product. Warrens wines fall into that catagory. I've purchased every vintage of his since 1975. I leave the notes to Laube, Big Bob , and the others wine-Nostrodamasus'.
Soor I can't be of more help. How about the 95 or 94 or 93 or ? WW XX&OO's. [img][/img]

- chittychattykathy - 04-20-2002

Well, yeah, I know your not a cradle-robber (for wines at least) but a gal can always hope for some info. It's info for a customer and I don't trust them other guys you mentioned...

- winoweenie - 04-20-2002

For what-ebbersome it be worth, I put a box in the cellar. From all the reports I've seen, it should be jes' a tad under the 97, like a 90-91. WW