This month's Jazz Times has a glowing review of Getting Sentimental on the Milestone label. Y'all have probably heard about that fella who went around taping all BE's NYC gigs from 1966-1980. Some of the Fantasy-years stuff has been out for a while as The Secret Sessions, but none of the Warner-era stuff (1976-80) has been released, because AOL-TimeWarner Did Not Want It To Be So. Now, apparently, we are blessed with this new disc. It's from February, 1978 and is the actual night that was Michael's audition for the BE3 job. The review says that Evans was in unusually fine form -- gee, might Michael's work have had anything to do with that? And of course, this is the only recording of the Evans-Moore-Jones trio yet to be released. Anybody heard it? Any word on what Michael Moore says? Man, it must have been a very bittersweet moment for him when he left the BE3 . . . EDITED: Short streams are here: http://www.cduniverse.com/productinfo.asp?style=MUSIC&pid=6130488&cart=159090724 and that's that: I'm off to the record store!