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Guy Lafitte

Quartet & Sextet Sessions 1956-1962

These Guy Lafitte sides were recorded between 1956 and 1962, and are full of great moments. To begin somewhere, the…

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Bill Jennings

The Complete Bill Jenings on Prestige 1959-1960

Bill Jennings was a very short man, but a giant on guitar—entirely self-taught, his attack and phrasing were astoundingly sax-like….

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Maurice Vander

Piano Jazz

Trio Sessions

Maurice Vander (1929-2017) epitomizes the golden age of 1950s Paris, when clubs and cabarets where full of live jazz—and many…

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Guy Lafitte his Tenorsax and his Orchestra 1954-1959

Already by 1948, Guy Lafitte (1927-1998) was becoming one of the most promising musicians of French jazz. He was the…

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André Persiany and his Orchestra

André Persiany has long been one of the favorite pianists among fans of French jazz. Inspired at first by Milt…

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Jazz on the Left Bank & Reunion à Paris

This here is the definition of international jazz, recorded in Paris in 1956 by two relaxed, unpretentious, melodic, and well-rehearsed…

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Bobby Jaspar

Early Years

from “Be-Bop” to “Cool”

1947-1951

This CD includes the early steps of Bobby Jaspar as a jazz musician, when he started on clarinet and then…

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J.C. Heard / Bill Perkins Quintet

Live at the Lighthouse 1964

Looking for a more relaxed jazz scene, veteran swing and bebop drummer J.C. Heard (1917-1988) moved from NYC to Los…

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The George Bohanon Quartet

Boss: Bossa Nova

The early 60s gave us the pleasant—and very successful—association between modern jazz and bossa nova. The intriguing rhythm of the…

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Martial Solal and His Orchestra 1956-1962

From his beginnings, Martial Solal made it clear that he was not like other pianists, and maybe that’s why it…

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Guy Lafitte and his Quartette & Quintette

Many critics in the Fifties considered French jazz to be on a par with its American counterpart: if the United…

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Harold Danko / Kirk Knuffke

Play Date

Track Listing: 1. Flight To Denmark – 4:58   2. Openepo – 2:27   3. Misty Thursday – 8:18   4. Marmot’s Muse…

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Karl Ratzer Septet

Underground System

Track Listing: 1. Inserts 7:13   2. Täbris 7:04   3. Dayo 7:45   4. Sabah El Nur 7:26   5. Nitrokidbeatboogie 5:09   6….

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Stan Getz

Plays The Blues

I can play different styles and appreciate [other] styles, the great tenor saxophonist Stan Getz remarked in an interview in…

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Jimmy Smith

The Classic Verve Albums Collection – 4CD

Jazz pioneer and Hammond Organ’s most acclaimed practitioner, Jimmy Smith bridged the gap between soul and jazz, and along with…

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Dave Brubeck

Seven Classic LPs

4 CD

‘Cool Jazz’ personified, Dave Brubeck is one of few post-bop bandleaders to remain a household name well into the third…

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