Bennie Green – Back On The Scene
Bennie Green – Back On The Scene
You too can be "Back on the Scene" with Bennie Green accompanied by Charlie Rouse on tenor sax, Louis Hayes on drums, Joe Knight on piano and George Tucker on bass. As part of the Classic Blue Note Signature LP Reissue Series, this title was cut on Classic's all-tube mono cutting system from the original full-track mono master tapes by Barnie Grundman, pressed on Classic's exclusive 200-gram super vinyl profile and packaged in an authentic tip-on cover, making this a must have.
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Cannonball Adderley : Somethin’ Else
Cannonball Adderley : Somethin’ Else
The album was recorded during Adderley's membership in the Miles Davis Sextet of 1958, and is one of the few post-1955 appearances of Miles Davis as a sideman. Indeed, Davis plays several of the first solos, composed the bluesy title track and, according to the liner notes, chose most of the material.
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Cannonball Adderley : Somethin’ Else
Cannonball Adderley : Somethin’ Else
Somethin' Else is a jazz album by saxophonist Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, released on Blue Note Records in 1958. Also on the date is trumpeter Miles Davis in one of his handful of recording dates for Blue Note.
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Charlie  Rouse : Bossa Nova Bacchanal
Charlie Rouse : Bossa Nova Bacchanal
The exact origin of bossa nova is as indeterminable as the genesis of jazz. As Charlie Rouse said, "I've always been every interested in all forms of Latin music, so when the opportunity can along to make this album, I was prepared to make it as authentic as possible, injecting the true rhythmic feeling of bossa nova - that's why I used Latin rhythm players - but also including enough jazz feeling to keep my own personality intact."
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Dexter Gordon – Dexter Calling
Dexter Gordon – Dexter Calling
"…As much as I'd love to relay all kinds of anecdotes about the challenges Steve Hoffman and Kevin Gray encounter during the mastering sessions, I witness none. These boys know the sound of the facility and the Van Gelder masters like the backs of their hands…Back home a month later, I unpack some test pressings Chad Kassem has sent me…I hear the most realistic-sounding drums ever reproduced by my system. It's as though I'm sitting at the point of creation, experiencing the same high that brought such gifted musicians together as one. Steve Hoffman, Kevin Gray, Chad Kassem, and Don MacInnis have done Rudy Van Gelder and his Blue Note artists proud." – Jason Victor Serinus, Stereophile, April 2008
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Dexter Gordon – Doin’ Allright
Dexter Gordon – Doin’ Allright
After being one of the primary pacesetters among tenors during the bebop era, Dex had been largely forgotten in the 1950s due to several other periods of involuntary incarceration. But after the release of this 1961 album with the young trumpet sensation Freddie Hubbard and the Horace Parlan Trio, Dexter was here to stay. Just listen to him caressing "You've Changed," introducing "Society Red" (which 15 years later would be used in his famous film Round Midnight) and sounding jubilant on "I Was Doing All Right." Dexter Gordon was feeling joyful, feeling healthy and content to let every note tell the story. Doin' Allright is Dexter Gordon creating music for the ages!  
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Dianne Reeves : I Remember
Dianne Reeves : I Remember
Jazz singer Dianne Reeves was born into a family rich in musical background. Her uncle, Charles Burrell, a bass player with the Denver Symphony Orchestra, introduced her to the music of jazz singers such as Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, and, especially impressive to Reeves, Sarah Vaughan. Her musical career includes a tour with Eduardo del Barrio's group Caldera; singing with Billy Childs' jazz band Night Flight; touring with Sergio Mendes; from 1983-86 touring with Harry Belafonte as a lead singer. She also sang at the closing ceremony of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City. Reeves has been awarded four Grammys for Best Jazz Vocal Performances for the albums In the Moment - Live In Concert (2001), The Calling: Celebrating Sarah Vaughan (2002), A Little Moonlight (2003), and Good Night and Good Luck (soundtrack) (2006)
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Fred Jackson – Hootin’ ‘N Tootin’
Fred Jackson – Hootin’ ‘N Tootin’
In Hootin' 'N Tootin', the listener is afforded the opportunity of hearing numbers of a famous orchestra noted for its smart arrangements along the rhythm and blues influence. The moods expressed are in the "down home" and "down to Earth" groove. Under the leadership of Fred Jackson, tenor sax, the listener is propelled into the world of the new truth.  
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Freddie Hubbard – Open Sesame
Freddie Hubbard – Open Sesame
AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow Freddie Hubbard's first recording as a leader, Open Sesame features the 22-year-old trumpeter in a quintet with tenor saxophonist Tina Brooks, the up-and-coming pianist McCoy Tyner, bassist Sam Jones and drummer Clifford Jarvis. This set shows that even at this early stage, Hubbard had the potential to be one of the greats. On the ballad "But Beautiful" he shows maturity; other highlights include "Open Sesame," a driving "All or Nothing at All" and "One Mint Julep." It's an impressive start to what would be a very interesting career.  
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Freddie Redd – Shades Of Redd
Freddie Redd – Shades Of Redd
Shades of Redd, in summary, is part of the continuing self-portrait Freddie Redd is developing as a jazz performer-writer. The colors are all of the jazz language, and the mixer has made them reflect his own unique view of life on and off the stand.  
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Freddie Redd : Shades Of Redd
Freddie Redd : Shades Of Redd
Shades of Redd, in summary, is part of the continuing self-portrait Freddie Redd is developing as a jazz performer-writer. The colors are all of the jazz language, and the mixer has made them reflect his own unique view of life on and off the stand.  
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Grant Green : The Final Comedown OST
Grant Green : The Final Comedown OST
"The Final Comedown" is a story of anger, it could happen anytime. It is the tale of a young black man, Johnny Johnson, and the classic tragedy of his final comedown. "I'm not bitter, I was bitter 350 years ago, I'm violent! Hear me Violent"
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