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Baker, Chet - Picture of Heath LP
Chet Baker & Art Pepper continued their fruitful collaboration with the 1956 Pacific Jazz album, Picture of Health (originally released as Playboys). The sextet for the session was loaded talent from the West Coast including Phil Urso, Carl Perkins, Curti
Davis, Miles - Volume 1 LP (classic series)
Miles Davis was still near the start of his storied career when he cut the three sessions that comprise his Blue Note recordings in 1952, 1953, and 1954. In 1955, Blue Note compiled the tracks into two 12" LPs as part of the 1500 series.
Jones, Carmell - The Remarkable Carmell Jones LP (Tone Poet)
The Kansas City born trumpeter Carmell Jones was quickly signed by Pacific Jazz soon after his arrival in Los Angeles in 1960, and began a promising recording career with his impressive and accurately titled 1961 debut The Remarkable Carmell Jones.
Dorham, Kenny - Afro-Cuban LP
Afro-Cuban is an album by American jazz trumpeter Kenny Dorham. The first release of the album dates back to 1955 on 10" Vinyl, featuring only four tracks and having a different cover artwork. Some time later, Blue Note decided to add three tracks and iss
Blakey, Art & The Jazz Messengers - Mosaic LP (180g blue note classic vinyl series)
Mosaic opens with a flourish as the band launches into the magnificent title track composed by Walton, and the set also includes memorable compositions by Shorter ("Children of the Night"), Fuller ("Arabia"), and Hubbard ("Down Under" and "Crisis").
Mobley, Hank - No Room For Squares LP (180g blue note classic vinyl series)
The tenor saxophonist had already notched several hard bop masterpieces in his belt, but No Room for Squares was an even more ambitious effort that found Mobley elevating his game as a bandleader, improviser, and a composer.
Mobley, Hank - A Caddy For Daddy LP (180g tone poet series)
Tenor saxophonist Hank Mobley had been recording for Blue Note for a decade when he made his excellent 1965 album A Caddy for Daddy featuring a first-class sextet with Lee Morgan, Curtis Fuller, McCoy Tyner, Bob Cranshaw, and Billy Higgins.