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Coleman Hawkins
Complete 1962 Studio Recordings


A quartet with Tommy Flanagan: three Prestige Moodsville LPs — Good Old Broadway, No Strings, Make Someone Happy — and an Impulse, best of the bunch, Today And Now.

Curtis Amy Groovin' Blue, Way Down, Tippin' On Through
Three great Pacific Jazz LPs by the hard-grooving Texan tenor (and HJ hero) alongside other West Coast legends like Carmel Jones, Bobby Hutcherson, Roy Ayers, Frank Butler, Marcus Belgrave...

Dorothy Ashby The Jazz Harpist
Five LPs: The Jazz Harpist, Hip Harp, Dorothy Ashby, and Soft Winds.

Ronnie Ball All About Ronnie
Under the spell of Lennie Tristano — with Ted Brown, Warne Marsh, Lee Konitz and other alumni of that set. Ronnie sounds like he's concentrating hard, but altogether this is lovely stuff.

Candido Candido The Volcanic, Latin Fire
Two original LPs by the great Cuban conga and bongo player, with Art Farmer, Hank Jones, Phil Woods and co.

Candido Featuring Al Cohn, In Indigo
The great Afro-Cuban drummer in bebop settings, with guitarist Joe Puma and keyboardist Dick Hyman on both original LPs; and the relaxed tenor of Al Cohn on the first, trumpeter Ernie Royal the second.

Teddy Charles Vibrations: The Complete Tentet
Brilliant 1956 recordings with Art Farmer, Gigi Gryce, JR Montrose, Mal Waldron and co doing Gil Evans, Bob Brookmeyer and co's arrangements of Charles originals, Jimmy Giuffre, George Russell, Nature Boy...

Chris Connor Maynard Ferguson And Chris Connor
The 1960 Roulette and the 1961 Atlantic, with Don Sebesky arranging, the likes of Rolf Erickson and Jaki Byard in the band, CC on top form... and Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most.

Teddy Edwards Love Moods, Good Gravy!
The great tenor saxophonist's two 1961 albums for Contemporary — with stellar West Coast sidemen like Art Pepper, Phineas Newborn, Frank Butler, Frank Rosolino — showcasing singer Helyne Stewart on the first.

Duke Ellington And Johnny Hodges Back To Back
The great 1959 session, a sextet including Harry Eddison. Bluesy, laid-back and intimate, pure class.

Ethel Ennis Sings Lullabies For Losers
Her 1956 debut LP for Jubilee, with Hank Jones and Kenny Clarke; and two Capitol albums, Change Of Scenery (with Neal Hefti) and Have You Forgotten?

Booker Ervin Texas Tenor
Combining albums The Book Cooks (with Zoot Sims, Tommy Flanagan) and Cookin' (Horace Parlan... and a deadly You Don’t Know What Love Is) with the scorching Candid LP That's It!

Curtis Fuller Curtis Fuller Quintet With Sonny Red
Two Prestiges and a Savoy, all classics: with Doug Watkins, Hank Jones, and Louis Hayes (on all three originals); Red Garland and Paul Chambers; Tommy Flanagan and George Tucker. Curtis Fuller! Sonny Red!

Toni Harper With The Oscar Peterson Quartet
Aged eighteen, her debut for Verve in 1956.

Toni Harper Lady Lonely, Night Mood
The two albums with the Marty Paich orchestra including Pepper and Rosolino, from 1959 and 1960. She's great on the ballads, super-cool, with fine phrasing and swing throughout... a touch of The Divine One.

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