Speaking of Erik Bakker, what is he doing jazz-wise these days? I used to subscribe to Micrography and bought regularly from Golden Age Records while hisMessage 1 of 5 , Aug 5, 2005View SourceSpeaking of Erik Bakker, what is he doing jazz-wise these days? I used to subscribe to "Micrography" and bought regularly from Golden Age Records while his father was alive and I think I bought several items related to the Beatles from Erik for my sister. I have an inkling that "Names and Numbers" is still in existence, but anything else?
RedHotJazz@yahoogroups.com schrieb am 05.08.05 11:43:40:
> on 5/8/05 7:07, Michael Rader at Rader.Michael@... wrote:
> > The Bixography web site has discographies. One lists LPs and this says that
> > Divergent was a Dutch label. Evert (Ted) Kaleveld lived in Italy (I'm not sure
> > of his origin) and co-produced the 14-volume edition of Bix complete
> > recordings for Joker later on. I think he also co-authored a Bix
> > bio-discography. Putting two and two together, I would guess that Divergent
> > was one of Dick Bakker's labels. Bakker published a periodical called
> > "Micrography" which was a champion for avoiding duplication between vintage
> > jazz reissues produced by the various labels in existence at the time. His
> > perhaps best-known label was called "Gaps", indicating that the were designed
> > to fill gaps in the reissue discography. Howard Rye can probably tell you
> > more.
> Described by Dick as Dutch despite probably being produced by Ted Kaleveld
> in Italy, so definitely one of his labels. Actually Laing and Sheridan's the
> Small Labels gives Dick's address and the label they reproduce has no
> copyright stamp so in this case the Italian connection may have been even
> more nominal than usual.
> Evert Kaleveld, known to his anglophone acquaintance as Ted (similarly Dick
> Bakker's forename was really Dirk or so he once told me), was (is?) a Dutch
> businessman who lived in the Po Valley. Anything else I could say would be
> merely hearsay and best left unsaid.
> These two are the only issues I can trace using the Divergent name. As to
> date: before 1969 is the best I can do.
> Erik Bakker has threatened to produce a discographical monograph on his
> father's labels. I must chase him about this!
> Howard Rye, 20 Coppermill Lane, London, England, E17 7HB
> Tel/FAX: +44 20 8521 1098
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... Names & Numbers is now produced by Stichting Names & Numbers: 20 euros for 4 issues (25 euros outside Europea) to Gerard J. Hoogeveen, Reine ClaudestraatMessage 1 of 5 , Aug 5, 2005View Sourceon 5/8/05 11:27, Michael Rader at Rader.Michael@... wrote:
> Speaking of Erik Bakker, what is he doing jazz-wise these days? I used toNames & Numbers is now produced by Stichting Names & Numbers: 20 euros for 4
> subscribe to "Micrography" and bought regularly from Golden Age Records while
> his father was alive and I think I bought several items related to the Beatles
> from Erik for my sister. I have an inkling that "Names and Numbers" is still
> in existence, but anything else?
issues (25 euros outside Europea) to Gerard J. Hoogeveen, Reine Claudestraat
15, 1326 JC Almere, Netherlands. This is an advert.
Erik is still a fellow member of the editorial team but as far as I know is
currently a sleeping partner and is devoting his time to his thriving
printing business. I haven't seen him for 3 years or so. His Beatles period
is over and all his current projects relate to more worthwhile music! He was
the moving force behind reviving Names & Numbers.
(Please don't anybody waste bandwidth by telling us how important the
Beatles are. We know, we know. We've been told.)
Howard Rye, 20 Coppermill Lane, London, England, E17 7HB
Tel/FAX: +44 20 8521 1098