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Jazz Roots: The Music of the Americas
The Complete RCA Victor Recordings
The Classic Blue Note Recordings
The Oscar Peterson Trio
She Didn't Say No
Gerry Mulligan & Chet Baker
Modern Jazz Quartet
The Definitive George Shearing
Lush Life-The Music Of Billy Strayhorn
Lush Life: The Music of Billy Strayhorn is an album by jazz saxophonist Joe Henderson. Composed of songs written by Billy Strayhorn, the album was a critical and commercial success, leading to the first of three Grammy Awards Henderson would receive while under contract with Verve Records. The album had sold nearly 90,000 copies at the time of Henderson's death in 2001 and has been re-released by Verve, Polygram, and in hybrid SACD format by Universal.
Saxophone Colossus is a studio album by American jazz saxophonist Sonny Rollins. It was recorded on June 22, 1956, with producers Bob Weinstock and Rudy Van Gelder at the latter's studio in Hackensack, New Jersey. Rollins led a quartet on the album that included pianist Tommy Flanagan, bassist Doug Watkins, and drummer Max Roach. Saxophone Colossus was released by Prestige Records to critical success and helped establish Rollins as a prominent jazz artist.
In 2017, Saxophone Colossus was selected for preservation in the National Recording Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or artistically significant."
Somethin' Else (Rudy Van Gelder Edition)
Somethin' Else is a jazz album by saxophonist Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, released on Blue Note Records in 1958. Also on the session is trumpeter Miles Davis in one of his handful of recording dates for Blue Note. Adderley was a member of Davis' group at the time this album was recorded. The Penguin Guide to Jazz selected this album as part of its suggested "Core Collection."
The Essence Of...
Art Pepper Meets The Rhythm Section (OJC Remaster)
Art Pepper Meets the Rhythm Section is a 1957 jazz album by saxophonist Art Pepper with Red Garland, Paul Chambers, and Philly Joe Jones, who at the time were the rhythm section for Miles Davis's quintet. The album is considered a milestone in Pepper's career.
King Of The Tenors
King of the Tenors is an album by American jazz saxophonist Ben Webster featuring tracks recorded in 1953 for the Norgran label and originally released as The Consummate Artistry of Ben Webster. The album was re-issued in 1957 on Verve Records as King of the Tenors, and has been released with that title ever since. Webster is accompanied by The Oscar Peterson Trio, and, on several tracks, by Benny Carter and Harry "Sweets" Edison.
Jazz for a Lazy Day
Sonny Stitt Sits In With The Oscar Peterson Trio
Sonny Stitt & The Oscar Peterson Trio
September in the Rain
Clifford Brown, Max Roach
The Best Of Horace Silver
Lee Konitz with Warne Marsh
Lee Konitz with Warne Marsh is a 1955 studio album by jazz saxophonists Lee Konitz and Warne Marsh. The Atlantic catalogue number was SD 1217. It was recorded on June 14, 1955, at Coastal Studios in New York City.
The album was re-released on LP by Atlantic Records in 1982, newly remastered by George Piros.
Inception is the debut album by jazz pianist McCoy Tyner which was released on the Impulse! label in 1962. It features performances by Tyner with Art Davis and Elvin Jones.
Cornbread is a jazz album by trumpeter Lee Morgan, released on the Blue Note label in 1967. It features performances by Morgan, Herbie Hancock, Billy Higgins, Jackie McLean, Hank Mobley and Larry Ridley.
These Foolish Things
The Art Of Milt Jackson: The Atlantic Years
Moanin' (The Rudy Van Gelder Edition)
Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers
Moanin' is a jazz album by Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers recorded in 1958 for the Blue Note label and released in 1959.
Serenade to a Bus Seat (Keepnews Collection, Expanded, Remastered Version)
The Clark Terry Quintet
Salud! Joao Gilberto, Originator Of The Bossa Nova
Jazz for a Lazy Day
A Concord Jazz Christmas
Early Morning Jazz For Lovers
Soul Station (RVG, Remastered Version)
Soul Station is an album by jazz saxophonist Hank Mobley, released in 1960 on Blue Note Records, catalogue BLP 4031. Along with Roll Call, the LP that followed this release, this is one of Mobley's best-known albums. Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio and rooted in the hard bop style, Mobley's quartet features his past bandleader in the Jazz Messengers, Art Blakey, and two future bandmates from his time in the Miles Davis Quintet, Wynton Kelly and Paul Chambers. The album's bookends are two standards, "Remember" by Irving Berlin and "If I Should Lose You" by Ralph Rainger and Leo Robin. Between these standards are four new Mobley compositions, featuring the bluesy title track and the uptempo "This I Dig of You."
In the liner notes to the Rudy Van Gelder CD edition, longtime jazz critic and author Bob Blumenthal explains how the album is understood to be, for Mobley, what Saxophone Colossus or Giant Steps were for Sonny Rollins or John Coltrane respectively. Blumenthal goes on to describe the recording as "one of the finest programs of music on Blue Note or any other label."
The Masters of Jazz: 33 Best of June Christy & Eddie 'Lockjaw' Davis
A Merry Jazzmas
Charlie Haden Quartet West
Hank Jones Trio
Something Borrowed, Something Blue
Something Borrowed, Something Blue is an album by pianist Tommy Flanagan recorded in 1978 for the Galaxy label.
The Wynton Kelly Trio
Essential Jazz Masters
Billy Taylor Trio
H as in HODGES, Johnny (Volume 3)
Lennie Tristano/The New Tristano
The New Tristano is an album by jazz pianist Lennie Tristano. It was recorded in 1961 and was released by Atlantic Records in February 1962.
Her Jazz Greats (1955-1960)
One Morning In May
One Morning In May is a solo jazz guitar album by Bucky Pizzarelli of jazz standards, released in 2001 by Arbors Records.
The Jazz Effect - Wes Montgomery
The Ultimate Jazz Archive 27 - 1951 - 55 (1 Of 4)
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