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Monk, Thelonious - Thelonious Monk LP
This LP represents a stage in Monk's development in which his works were known to a limited audience. His alternative approach to the keyboard wasn't yet established and his reputation as the "grey-eminence genius of the bop era" was yet to emerge.
Hancock, Herbie - The Prisoner LP (Blue Note)
The Prisoner is Herbie Hancock's final jazz album. The title tracks and liner notes comment on the struggles of black America emerging from early '60s, an extended metaphor of The Prisoner, rising from MLK's “I have Dream” to the “Promise of the Sun“.
Coleman, Ornette - The Shape of Jazz to Come LP (180g import)
WaxTime Reissue. Arguably Coleman's most concise statement. Pushing the boundaries of bop and ushering in elements of the avant garde. Backed by a masterful band, Coleman made himself a commanding presence with "The Shape of Jazz To Come."
Baker, Chet - Chet Baker Sings LP (picture disc)
Chet's voice is tender and beautiful, and at the same time his phrasing always swings and surprises. Initially issued as a 10- inch Long Play containing eight songs, the success of this album led to it being reissued adding songs of other later sessions.
Cherry, Don - Organic Music Society 2LP
Cherry, like so many jazz greats, got even more exploratory as he aged, and 1972’s Organic Music Society is as far out there as Cherry ever got. Organic Music Society also reaches beyond that to African, Turkish, and Brazilian instrumentation, Indian rel
Coltrane, Alice - Kirtan: Turiya Sings LP
7/16/21 Alice at peak spirituality and presented in this arrangement for the first time. Turyia Sings was originally released in 1982 on cassette as a collection of devotional songs including vocals, organ, strings, and synthesizers available only at Alic
Tatum, Art & Webster, Ben - Quartet LP (180g color vinyl)
The only album-length collaboration between pianist Art Tatum and tenor saxophonist Ben Webster was this project, released in 1956 under Norman Granz's Verve Records label. This was also Tatum's last recording session before his death.