Publisher Profile

Located:
Berkeley, CA

Dave Radlauer

COLUMNIST

Dave Radlauer is an award-winning broadcaster, producer and second-generation audio enthusiast. He has mastered or produced hundreds of hours of location, audiophile and restored historic recordings for broadcast, commercial release or preservation. A six-time award-winning radio broadcaster presenting early Jazz since 1982, his vast JAZZ RHYTHM website is a compendium of early jazz history, rare photos and some 500 hours of exclusive audio rarities, interviews and programs on 120 early jazz topics, c. 1900-1950. Dave is focused on telling the story of San Francisco Bay Area Revival Jazz, 1940-1990. Preserving the memory of local legends, he is compiling, digitizing, interpreting and publishing several personal libraries of music, images, papers and ephemera, now conserved in the Dave Radlauer Jazz Collection at the Stanford University Library archives.

System
						Analog Front End

						Digital Front End
Denon 100th Anniversary CD player Otto Blu-ray SACD player with ModWright and Bybee mods
						Amplification
Legacy
						Cabling
Synergistic, Siltech, Crystal Cable
						Speakers
Legacy Focus SE
						Headphones

						Home Theater

						Accessories
Synergistic Research power conditioning Synergistic Tranquility Base, Symposium
						Room Treatment
Synergistic, Acoustic Revive, Akiko, Shakti, Bybee
Articles & Reviews
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Swingin’ with Casa Loma Orchestra

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W.C. Handy Remembers

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Book Review: Better Days Will Come Again – The Life of Arthur Briggs by Travis Atria

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The Maestro and the Gypsy: Andre Ekyan and Django Reinhardt, 1932-50

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Benny Goodman’s Kingdom of Swing, Part 2 of 2

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Benny Goodman’s Kingdom of Swing, Part 1 of 2

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Soaring with Bunny Berigan

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Dynamic Women of Early Jazz and Classic Blues, Part 2 of 2

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Dynamic Women of Early Jazz and Classic Blues, Part 1 of 2

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2019 CAS Report by Dave Radlauer

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James P. Johnson: Forgotten Musical Genius

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Duke Ellington Orchestra Live

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Imagining Buddy Bolden

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The Real Billie Holiday, Part Three – 1950s

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The Real Billie Holiday, Part Two – 1940s

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The Real Billie Holiday, Part One – 1930s

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Frank “Big Boy” Goudie: Jazz on Three Continents Part 3 of 3, San Francisco 1956-64

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Frank “Big Boy” Goudie: Jazz On Three Continents Part 2 of 3, South America 1939-46 and Europe 1946-56

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Frank “Big Boy” Goudie: Jazz On Three Continents Part 1 of 3, France and Europe 1924-1939

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Barbara Lashley, A Love Affair with Song

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Bob Mielke’s Oakland A’s Strolling Dixieland Band, 1969-92

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Burp Hollow

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Remembering Buck Clayton (2018)

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Divas, Jazz and Harlem-on-the-Seine, Paris 1924-39, Part 2 of 2

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Divas, Jazz and Harlem-on-the-Seine, Paris 1924-39, Part 1 of 2

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Jordi Savall and the Music of Versailles

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The Unissued Hi-Fi Album of Bob Mielke and The Bearcats, 1955

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Bybee Technologies Quantum products Review

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Legacy Audio Focus SE speakers Review

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CAS7 Dave Radlauer Reports

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My Dad’s 16-Foot Wide Speaker, 1965

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