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    Posted: 15 Jan 2016 at 10:25am
Great late avant-garde and advanced post bop sax player George Adams compilation from Timeless label 70s-80s recordings.


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Sunnyside reissues 1986 Fred Hersh album "Sarabande" (with bassist Charlie Haden and drummer Joey Barron)


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Savoy Jazz to Reissue Three Classic Titles on Vinyl

Dizzy, Lester Young and Milt Jackson on Record Store Day

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Savoy Jazz will continue its series of vinyl reissues with three classic titles from their catalog to be released on Record Store Day 2016. The reissues include Dizzy Gillespie’s The Champ, Lester Young’s Blue Lester and Milt Jackson Quartet’s The Quartet. Record Store Day falls on Saturday, April 16th and the reissues will be released on Friday, April 15th.

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Concord to Release Lee Ritenour Vinyl Box Set

Five LPs from the 1980s are reissued

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Concord Records will release, a limited-edition, individually numbered Lee Ritenour box set, The Vinyl LP Collection, on April 22. The Collection contains five LPs by the guitarist: Earth Run (1986), Portrait (1987), Festival (1988), Color Rit (1989) and, on vinyl for the first time, Wes Bound (1993). According to a press release, the albums have each been remastered, pressed on audiophile-quality, 180-gram vinyl and restored with original artwork and liner notes. “An accompanying 46-page booklet contains new liner notes by Ritenour plus never-before-seen photos and ephemera, all culled from an extensive scrapbook collection lovingly kept by the guitarist’s late father,” the release states.

  

The Vinyl LP Collection includes such personnel as composer Dave Grusin, pianist Alan Broadbent and composer David Foster, plus saxophonist Kenny G and Brazilian artist Caetano Veloso. 



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Blue Note Records to Reissue Five Titles on Vinyl

Label also becomes a curator on Apple Music

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Blue Note Records has announced what is described in a press release as “new initiatives in the realm of streaming music” with the launch of a curator profile on Apple Music, as well as the continuation of the Blue Note Records Vinyl Reissue Series.

In addition to iTunes.com/BlueNote, the company is now an official curator on the Apple Music streaming service, becoming the first jazz label to be so designated. Blue Note has already begun curating playlists that, according to the release, “explore the many eras and styles of Blue Note including The Hits, The Ballads, Vital Organs, Jazz Now!, Jazz Meets Hip-Hop, and Blue Note’s Jazz Vocalists.”  


Blue Note has also announced the continuation of its vinyl reissue series with five new titles due to be released on May 6: Big John Patton’s Let ’Em Roll, Blue Mitchell’s The Thing to Do, Ike Quebec’s Blue and Sentimental, Sam Rivers’ Fuchsia Swing Song and Sheila Jordan’s Portrait of Sheila

Find out more about the full series here.

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Chris McGregor extra-rare South African debut album has been re-issued (remastered version) by UK Jazzman label

Jazz - The African Sound

http://www.jazzmanrecords.co.uk/chris-mcgregor-jazz-the-african-sound-15111
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote snobb Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 Sep 2016 at 12:37pm
Andrew Hill early (mid 60s) collection from Blue Note sessions incl. few previously unreleased takes. Released on Nagel Heyer



Andrew Hill: "Whataya Want"


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One of Japanese fusion guitar legends Kazumi Watanabe compilation is good place to start for still unfamiliar with his music shredding jazz rock fans

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Norwegian pianist Bugge Wesseltoft is a key figure in development of modern jazz sub-genre,known as nu jazz. "Somewhere In Between" is a great compilation of his works, recorded during last 20 years. Many tracks are re-mixed, and besides of some better known pieces there are lot of more obscure (usually collaborative) pieces,representing not only nu jazz classics,but as well Bugge's interest to Nordic folk, jazz-electronics hybrids and music,which is widely known in Scandinavia as "future jazz"(in fact same nu jazz with bigger doze of house,techno or other electronics). Good album for newbies interested in discovering of nu jazz and for Bugge's followers as well.

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Fusion guitarist Steve Khan three-in-one reissue (containing "Modern Time" album,recorded livein Japan and for the first time released on CD outside of Japan) 

Eyewitness / Modern Times / Casa Loco by Steve Khan
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote snobb Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 Oct 2016 at 2:30am
Germans Bohren & Der Club of Gore always had strong following in Central Europe and around. "Bohren For Beginners" is a collection of their ambient and cinematographic music,recorded during a decade (released as 2CD set)





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English Cherry Red/Bobinsongs just released an unusual compilation - two great pianist Herbie Hancock pop-jazz albums, packed together with bunch of singles/bonuses. Who is a target of this set?



Disc: 1 

  1. I Thought It Was You
  2. Come Running to Me
  3. Sunlight
  4. No Means Yes
  5. Good Question
  6. I Thought It Was You (7" Single Version)
  7. Come Running to Me (7" Single Version)
  8. You Bet Your Love
  9. Trust Me
  10. Ready or Not
  11. Tell Everybody
  12. Honey from the Jar
  13. Knee Deep
  14. You Bet Your Love (7" Single Version)
  15. Ready or Not (7" Single Version)
  16. Tell Everybody (7" Single Version)
  17. Honey from the Jar (7" Single Version)

Disc: 2

  1. You Bet Your Love (Special Disco Version)
  2. Tell Everybody (Disco Version)
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote snobb Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 Dec 2016 at 11:24am
Nice compilation "ECM Trumpets" covers great artists as Manfred Schoof, Enrico Rava and Wadada Leo Smith among many others with characteristic ECM liquid and mostly groove-less compositions, from nu jazz to post-bop to avant-garde jazz. 


10000 VARIOUS ARTISTS - ECM Trumpets cover



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I'm really happy to see many jazz artists having big swaths of albums released in box sets from the early 50s and 60s. That means we can pick up large chunks of discographies at a relatively decent price and experience the continuum of progression. Yay!!!!!!!

Latest i saw that i want to pick up is Arthur Blythe
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French-born British top DJ and one time acid jazz guru Giles Peterson collection of Latin/Afro-cuban jazz influenced songs



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