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The Complete RCA Victor Recordings
The Best Of Blue Note
My Funny Valentine
Jazz Journeys Presents the Birth of Bebop - Miles Davis (100 Essential Tracks)
The History of Jazz. Vol. 1
Bossa Nova Soul Samba (Rudy Van Gelder Edition)
Soul Samba is an album by American saxophonist Ike Quebec recorded in 1962 and released on the Blue Note label. It was Quebec's final recording before his death in January 1963.
The History of Jazz Vol. 11
Magic Moments 3
Young Men & Olds
Go! (The Rudy Van Gelder Edition)
Go! is a studio album by jazz musician Dexter Gordon featuring Sonny Clark, Butch Warren and Billy Higgins, recorded on August 27, 1962 and released in the same year on Blue Note. According to the liner notes by Ira Gitler, this session was "not recorded in a nightclub performance but, in its informal symmetry, it matches the relaxed atmosphere that the best of those made in that manner engender. Everyone was really together, in all the most positive meanings of that word." It was recorded by Rudy Van Gelder at the Van Gelder Studio in Englewood Cliffs. Since its release, Go! has received very positive reviews from critics, with AllMusic giving it a five star rating. The album was re-released in March 1999 as part of Blue Note's RVG Series, produced by Michael Cuscuna. In 2019, Go! was selected by the Library of Congress for preservation in the National Recording Registry for being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".
The Art Of Conversation
Kenny Barron & Dave Holland
The Art of Conversation is a studio album by English jazz bassist Dave Holland and American jazz pianist Kenny Barron. The record was released via the Impulse! Records label on October 14, 2014. The album contains 10 compositions: a mix of jazz standards and original tunes. The Jazz Journalists Association recognized the record as the Record of the Year 2014.
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.
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.
Modern Jazz Quartet
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.
The Jimmy Cobb Quartet
Jazz for a Lazy Day
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 Oscar Peterson Trio
Early Morning Jazz For Lovers
Piano Bar Essentials
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
These Foolish Things
The Real McCoy (Remastered / Rudy Van Gelder Edition)
The Real McCoy is the seventh album by jazz pianist McCoy Tyner and his first released on the Blue Note label. It was recorded on April 21, 1967 following Tyner's departure from the John Coltrane Quartet and features performances by Tyner with Joe Henderson, Ron Carter and Elvin Jones. Producer Alfred Lion recalls the recording session as a "pure jazz session. There is absolutely no concession to commercialism, and there's a deep, passionate love for the music embedded in each of the selections".
Blues 'N' Jazz
Looking For The Light
Looking for the Light is an album by pianist George Cables that was recorded in 2003 and released by the MuseFX label.
The Essential Stanley Turrentine
Excellence: The Best of Red Garland
Ted Rosenthal Trio
Jazz Guitar is the debut album by jazz guitarist Jim Hall recorded in early 1957 for the Pacific Jazz label.
Marcin Wasilewski Trio
January is an album by Polish jazz pianist and composer Marcin Wasilewski recorded in 2007 and released on the ECM label.
Republica Cafe Cool Jazzy (Compiled by Vivejazz)
The Dual Role Of Bob Brookmeyer
The Dual Role of Bob Brookmeyer is an album by jazz trombonist and pianist Bob Brookmeyer recorded in 1954 and 1955 for the Prestige label.
Charlie Haden Quartet West
15 Years Of Fine Jazz By TCB – The Montreux Jazz Label
Nocturne is an album by American jazz musician Charlie Haden, released through Universal/Polygram in 2001. In 2002, the album won Haden the Grammy Award for Best Latin Jazz Album.
All Blues (CTI Records 40th Anniversary Edition)
All Blues is an album by bassist Ron Carter recorded at Rudy Van Gelder's Studio in New Jersey in 1973 and released on the CTI label.
Jazz for a Lazy Day
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