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Robert Johnson / The Centennial (3LP)

Robert Johnson / The Centennial (3LP)

by Robert Johnson

'In 1936 and 1937, Robert Johnson recorded two sessions of Delta blues that would profoundly shape the course of rock music over the 20th century. The Complete Recordings: The Centen-nial Collection is the ultimate document of these groundbreaking sessions. All 42 known record-ings are exquisitely remastered on 3 LPs, packaged in a deluxe tri-fold jacket including extensive liner notes–the first time Johnson’s complete recorded works are available in one vinyl package. This set also includes an exclusive bonus poster featuring the original labels of Johnson’s 78 RPM singles, released by Vocalion 80 years ago.


Side 1
1. "Kind Hearted Woman Blues" (San Antonio Recordings) (2:54)
2. "I Believe I'll Dust My Broom" (3:02)
3. "Sweet Home Chicago" (3:01)
4. "Ramblin' On My Mind" (2:24)
5. "When You Got A Good Friend" (2:40)
6. "Come On In My Kitchen" (2:46)
7. "Terraplane Blues" (3:03)

Side 2
1. "Phonograph Blues" (2:42)
2. "32-20 Blues" (2:53)
3. "They're Red Hot" (3:01)
4. "Dead Shrimp Blues" (2:34)
5. "Cross Road Blues" (2:43)
6. "Walkin' Blues" (2:32)
7. "Last Fair Deal Gone Down" (2:41)

Side 3
1. "Preachin' Blues (Up Jumped The Devil)" (2:53)
2. "If I Had Possession Over Judgment Day" (2:37)
3. "Kind Hearted Woman Blues" (alternates) (2:32)
4. "Ramblin' On My Mind" (2:53)
5. "When You Got A Good Friend" (2:54)
6. "Come On In My Kitchen" (2:54)
7. "Phonograph Blues" (2:37)

Side 4
1. "Cross Road Blues" (2:31)
2. "Stones In My Passway" (Dallas Recordings) (2:30)
3. "I'm A Steady Rollin' Man" (2:39)
4. "From Four Until Late" (2:27)
5. "Hell Hound On My Trail" (2:39)
6. "Little Queen Of Spades" (2:15)
7. "Malted Milk" (2:24)

Side 5
1. "Drunken Hearted Man" (2:32)
2. "Me & The Devil Blues" (2:37)
3. "Stop Breakin' Down Blues" (2:26)
4. "Traveling Riverside Blues" (2:43)
5. "Honeymoon Blues" (2:20)
6. "Love In Vain Blues" (2:21)
7. "Milkcow's Calf Blues" (2:24)

Side 6
1. "Little Queen Of Spades" (alternates) (2:23)
2. "Drunken Hearted Man" (2:30)
3. "Me & The Devil Blues" (2:36)
4. "Stop Breakin' Down Blues" (2:20)
5. "Traveling Riverside Blues" (2:49)
6. "Love In Vain Blues" (2:24)
7. "Milkcow's Calf Blues" (2:18)
Russell Morris / Van Diemen's Land (Vinyl)

'Van Diemen's Land' picks up where 'Sharkmouth' left off, this time covering great Australian characters and stories including Breaker Morant, Sandakan, the Eureka Stockade and many more.

Morris is joined on 'Van Diemen's Land' by a host of special guest artists including Joe Camilleri, Rick Springfield, Rob Hirst (Midnight Oil), Scott Owen (The Living End), Ross Hannaford (Daddy Cool), Vika & Linda Bull, Phil Manning (Chain) and Joe Robinson.



Dexter's Big Tin Can
Van Diemen's Land
Breaker Morant
Loch Ard Gorge

Sweetest Thing
Slide On The River
Bendigo Rock
Russel Morris / Sharkmouth (Vinyl)

Russel Morris / Sharkmouth (Vinyl)

by Russell Morris

'Sharkmouth' is the latest album from one of this country's greatest and most re-spected singer/songwriters, Russell Morris. The project was created after Russell had read about a 1920's Gangster from Sydney, Shark Jaws. This was the driving force behind a want to create an album including Australian characters from the 1920/30's era.

As producer (and bass player), Mitch Cairns, explains: "To our knowledge, most "Australiana" characters have been portrayed in a traditional colonial folk sense, so we wanted to find a way to deliver the stories in a more mainstream vein whilst still placing them in a "vintage era." A blues style seemed to be the perfect fit!! We tried to keep the vibe of the album raw and honest with lots of textural instruments and sounds, but above all, it had to be simple and spacious. We are also very honoured to have some very special guests on the album, including Troy Cassar-Daley, Mark Lizotte and Renee Geyer."



Black Dog Blues
The Big House
Ballad Of Les Darcy
Bout To Break

Walk My Blues
The Drifter
Money Don't Grow On Trees
Mr Eterni
Miles Davis / Black Beauty (2LP)

Miles Davis / Black Beauty (2LP)

by Miles Davis

Black Beauty, Miles Davis At Fillmore West, was recorded on April 10, 1970 at Fillmore West, San Francisco, when Davis performed as the opening act for the Grateful Dead. The album was released in 1973, originally in Japan only. The original Japanese booklet is included in this vinyl package.


 Black Beauty Part I

 Black Beauty Part II
 Black Beauty Part III

 Black Beauty Part IV
    Thelonious Monk / Greatest Hits (CD)
    Tony Bennett & Bill Charlap / The Silver Lining - The Songs Of Jerome Kern (2LP)

    Following the enormous success of his #1, Grammy-Award winning album with Lady Gaga, 'Cheek To Cheek,' 'The Silver Lining' continues the classic series of Tony Bennett album releases celebrating the essentials of the Great American Songbook. 'The Silver Lining: The Songs of Jerome Kern' is an appreciation of the genius of Jerome David Kern (1885-1945), one of the 20th century's most important American composers of musical theater and popular music.

    Tony Bennett is the only artist to successfully bridge the worlds of pop music and jazz on an international scale for over 60 years. 'The Silver Lining: The Songs of Jerome Kern' become parts of a timeless legacy of recordings that Bennett has done throughout his career that have embraced both genres, in particular the revered piano jazz albums that he recorded with the late Bill Evans in 1975 and 1977.

    Tony has become synonymous with the pop/jazz connection and in recent years has been a mentor to contemporary artists such as Lady Gaga and the late Amy Winehouse in encouraging them to embrace jazz music.

    With his 90th birthday less than a year away, 'The Silver Lining: The Songs of Jerome Kern' defines what makes Tony Bennett unique in the pantheon of great singers and is a testament to the legacy that he continues to create as a recording artist and influence in the music industry.


    Side A
    All The Things You Are
    Pick Yourself Up
    The Last Time I Saw Paris

    Side B
    I Won't Dance
    Long Ago and Far Away
    Dearly Beloved
    The Song Is You

    Side A
    They Didn't Believe Me
    I'm Old Fashioned
    The Way You Look Tonight

    Side B
    Make Believe
    Nobody Else But Me
    Look For the Silver Lining

    Miles Davis & Robert Glasper / Everything's Beautiful (Vinyl)
    Frank Sinatra / A Voice On Air (1935-1955)

    Frank Sinatra / A Voice On Air (1935-1955)

    by Frank Sinatra
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    '-- Comp. 1
    Vintage Radio Tuning In / Major Bowes' Show Opening / S-H-I-N-E
    Fred Allen introduces Frank Sinatra and the Four Sharps / Exactly Like You
    Moon Love
    Fame and Fortune Show Opening: I'm Getting Sentimental Over You / Marie
    Deep Night
    Ruth Lowe Interview / I'll Never Smile Again / Fame and Fortune Show Opening: I'm Getting Sentimental Over You
    East of the Sun (And West of the Moon)
    Carnaval de Broadway Opening: I'm Getting Sentimental Over You / The One I Love
    Say It / Carnaval de Broadway Closing: I'm Getting Sentimental Over You
    She's Funny That Way
    I Don't Believe in Rumors
    Medley: I'll String Along with You / As Time Goes By
    That Old Black Magic
    I Heard You Cried Last Night
    For Me and My Gal
    Moonlight Mood
    There Are Such Things
    Broadway Bandbox Show Opening / All or Nothing at All (orchestral)
    My Heart Stood Still
    The Right Kind of Love
    Close to You
    As Time Goes By
    It's De-Lovely
    Nature's Remedy Commercial
    -- Comp. 2
    Songs by Sinatra Show Opening: This Love of Mine / Paper Doll
    Kiss Me Again
    If Loveliness Were Music
    Lover Come Back to Me / Songs by Sinatra Show Closing: Put Your Dreams Away
    My Heart Tells Me
    My Ideal
    News Bulletin / Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower Briefing / President Franklin D. Roosevelt Address of D-Day (Excerpts) / Music for Millions Introduction & Buy a Piece of the Peace
    Frank Sinatra D-Day Announcement / The Frank Sinatra Show Opening: This Love of Mine / Coming in on a Wing and a Prayer
    Frank Sinatra Commentary on Special D-Day Broadcast / America the Beautiful
    Frank Sinatra Dedication to Canadian Soliders at Rockcliffe Hospital, Ontario / I'll Be Seeing You (Rehearsal)
    Frank Sinatra Dedication to Soldiers at Halloran Hospital, Staten Island, NY / The Way You Look Tonight
    It Had to Be You
    Don't Fence Me In
    Lonely Love
    Long Ago and Far Away
    Songs by Sinatra Opening: Night and Day / Aren't You Glad You're You
    It Might as Well be Spring
    Birthday Greetings for Frank Sinatra's 30th Birthday / Frank Sinatra introduces June Hutton / Button Up Your Overcoat
    Day by Day
    Lily Belle
    Ol' Man River / Songs by Sinatra Show Closing: Put Your Dreams Away
    Comedy Sketch: The Battle of the Century
    Songs by Sinatra Old Gold |Yankee Doodle Dandy| Commercial
    The Frank Sinatra Show Vimms Vitamin Commercial
    Songs by Sinatra Max Factor Commercial
    -- Comp. 3
    Songs by Sinatra Show Opening: Night and Day / I'm an Old Cowhand / Tumblin' Tumbleweeds
    Along the Navajo Trail
    Frank Sinatra Introduction to |Home on the Range| / Home on the Range
    Frank Sinatra Introduces Louisiana Gov. Jimmie Davis / You Are My Sunshine
    Frank Sinatra introduces Nat |King| Cole / Exactly Like You
    Frank Sinatra introduces Slim Gaillard / Cement Mixer (Put-ti Put-ti)
    You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me
    I Only Have Eyes for You
    You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby
    Don't Forget Tonight Tomorrow
    Sweet Lorraine
    Who's Sorry Now?
    Don't Marry That Girl
    A Salute to Al Jolson Show Opening & George Jessel Introduces Frank Sinatra / Rock-a-Bye Your Baby
    These Foolish Things (parody)
    (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons
    Anything You Can Do (I Can Do Better)
    Frank Sinatra Introduces Irving Berlin / Alexander's Ragtime Band
    Help Me to Help My Neighbor / Irving Berlin Commentary on Frank Sinatra Winning the Jefferson Award
    Frank Sinatra Introduces Johnny Mercer / Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive
    Your Hit Parade Show Opening: Lucky Day / (It's Going to Be A) Great Day
    I Wish I Didn't Love You So
    Take Me Out to the Ball Game
    There's No Business Like Show Business
    Serenade of the Bells
    Frank Sinatra Receives the Modern Screen Ed Sullivan Award nad the 1946 |Radio Father of the Year Award| / Come Rain or Come Shine
    Songs by Sinatra Show Closing: Put Your Dreams Away
    -- Comp. 4
    Haunted Heart
    Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams
    I'm Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover
    Nature Boy
    Little White Lies
    On a Slow Boat to China
    Light Up Time Show Opening: Lucky Day / It All Depends on You
    Some Enchanted Evening
    Full Moon and Empty Arms
    It's Only a Paper Moon
    The Blind Boys of Alabama / I'll Find a Way (CD)

    The Blind Boys of Alabama / I'll Find a Way (CD)

    by The Blind Boys of Alabama
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    God Put A Rainbow In The Cloud
    I'll Find A Way (To Carry It All)
    I Am Not Waiting Anymore
    I Shall Not Be Moved
    Take Me To The Water
    I've Been Searching
    There Will Never Be Any Peace (Until God Is Seated At The Conference Table)
    Take Your Burden To The Lord and Leave It There
    Every Grain Of Sand
    My God Is Real

    Miles Davis’ impact on the innovation and stylistic development of jazz could be heard and seen from the mid-'40s to the early '90s. Miles Davis At Newport 1955-1975: The Bootleg Series Vol. 4, the latest installment in Legacy Recordings’ multi-disc box sets devoted to rare live performances by the revolutionary trumpeter, chronicles that incredible evolution over two decades through the lens of the Newport Jazz Festival. Established in Newport, Rhode Island in 1954 and curated/promoted by jazz impresario/musician George Wein, the Newport Jazz Festival was instrumental to both the development and mainstreaming of jazz music in America as well as live music in a festival setting. From Woodstock to Bonnaroo and Monterey Pop to the Isle of Wight, the modern festival concept can trace its roots back to Wein’s vision.


    Spoken Introductions by Duke Ellington and Gerry Mulligan
    'Round Midnight
    Now's the Time
    Introduction By Willis Connover
    Straight, No Chaser
    Two Bass Hit
    Bye Bye Blackbird
    The Theme
    -- Comp. 2
    Gingerbread Boy
    All Blues
    Stella by Starlight
    Seven Steps to Heaven
    The Theme / Closing Announcement by Leonard Feather
    Spoken Introduction by Del Shields
    Gingerbread Boy
    'Round Midnight
    So What
    The Theme / Closing Announcement by Del Shields
    -- Comp. 3
    Miles Runs the Voodoo Down
    It's About That Time / The Theme
    Band Warming Up / Voice Over Introduction
    Tune In 5
    Untitled Original
    Tune In 5
    -- Comp. 4
    What I Say
    It's About That Time
    Bitches Brew
    Funky Tonk

    Miles Davis / Kind Of Blue (Vinyl)

    Miles Davis / Kind Of Blue (Vinyl)

    by Miles Davis

    Listed as one of the four most influential Jazz albums that happened to be released in 1959 (Dave Brubeck – Time Out & Charles Mingus –Ah Um among them), so much has been said and written about Miles Davis' Kind Of Blue, it's virtually impossible to summarize all the necessary info to the length of this page. We could simply list some facts (best sold Jazz album ever worldwide). We could try to explain why it's the best Jazz album ever made, but the music itself will do that to you. As Bill Evans said in the original liner notes for the record, the band did not play through any of these pieces prior to recording. Miles Davis laid out the themes before the tape rolled and the band improvised. The end results were fragile and wondrous. Recorded during 2 sessions in 1959, Kind of Blue worked on many different levels and will do so for many years to come.


    So What
    Freddie Freeloader
    Blue In Green
    All Blues
    Flamenco Sketches

    Herbie Hancock / The Best Of (CD)

    To continue with the year of Miles Davis we have another installment of the successful Bootleg Series! ' Miles Davis Quintet: Freedom Jazz Dance: The Bootleg Series, Vol 5' focuses on the music recorded by the 2nd Great Quintet of Miles Davis from 1965 to 1968. The 3CD set features studio sessions of key tracks from the albums recorded in that time frame and includes dialogue between Miles and the rest of the quintet. Fans will get to experience the evolution of these songs and then hear the master take as well.


    Freedom Jazz Dance
    Freedom Jazz Dance

    Gingerbread Boy
    Gingerbread Boy

    Water Babies
    Water Babies
    Country Son
    Blues in F (My Ding)
    Play Your Eight (Miles Speaks)

    Miles Davis / Sketches Of Spain (Vinyl)

    The conception of Sketches Of Spain in 1960 can be placed in the 'most melodic era' of Miles Davis. It is one of his most accessible and less improvisational albums, some even outclassed it from the reigns of Jazz.  This is one of the four albums where Miles and Gil Evans (arranger & conductor) were together with a small orchestra of horns and percussion, and it was fueled by Spanish melodies that fascinated Davis to the point he needed to get into them and go beyond: "El Concierto de Arajuez" by Joaquí­n Rodrigo and "El Amor Brujo" by Manuel de Falla. Davis and Evans put something together that every single music lover should possess, a sketch of some place he'd never been to. As Miles said, ''It's music, and I like it".


    Concierto de Aranjuez: Adagio
    Will O' the Wisp
    The Pan Piper

    Stevie Ray Vaughan / The Essential SRV (2LP)

    Stevie Ray Vaughan / The Essential SRV (2LP)

    by Stevie Ray Vaughan

    Dedicated fans as well as newcomers in search of The Essential Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble will have their long-standing request answered with this first time vinyl pressing of the 2002 collection devoted to the incandescent Texas guitarist who tragically passed away in a helicopter crash at just 35. The Essential Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble capsulizes his professional career, with an emphasis on the Epic album recordings released during his lifetime with the band known as Double Trouble.

    The vinyl collection boasts 17 killer tracks and covers the bulk of his signature tunes including "Pride and Joy," "Love Struck Baby" and the title track from his first Epic album, 1983's Texas Flood; "The Things (That) I Used To Do," and the title track from his second Epic album, 1984's Couldn't Stand the Weather; "Look At Little Sister" and "Change It" from 1985's Soul To Soul; and "The House Is Rockin'," "Tightrope" and the #1 Billboard Album Rock track "Crossfire" from 1989's In Step, and many more.
    And his reverential treatment ofåÊJimi Hendrix's "Little Wing," also included here, only reaffirms the league of guitar player Stevie Ray Vaughan resided in and his reputation as Jimi's definitive interpreter.


    LP1 SIDE A
    Love Struck
    Pride and Joy
    Texas Flood
    Cold Shot

    SIDE B
    Couldn't Stand the Weather
    The Things (That) I Used To Do
    Tin Pan Alley (AKA Roughest Place In Town


      Miles Davis / Bitches Brew (2LP)

      Miles Davis / Bitches Brew (2LP)

      by Miles Davis

      Bitches Brew is a double album by Miles Davis, released in April 1970 on Columbia. The album continued his experimentation with electric instruments previously featured on his critically acclaimed In a Silent Way album. With the use of these instruments, such as the electric piano and guitar, Davis rejected traditional jazz rhythms in favor of a looser, rock-influenced improvisational style.

      Bitches Brew was Davis's first gold record; it sold more than half a million copies. Upon release, it received a mixed response, due to the album's unconventional style and experimental sound. Later, Bitches Brew gained recognition as one of jazz's greatest albums and a progenitor of the jazz rock genre, as well as a major influence on rock and funk musicians. The album won a Grammy Award for Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album in 1971.


      LP1 Side A
      Pharaoh's Dance

      LP1 Side B
      Bitches Brew

      LP2 Side A
      Spanish Key
      John McLaughlin

      LP2 Side B
      Miles Runs the Voodoo Down

      Recorded at the end of a tumultuous decade (August 1969), Miles Davis’ Bitches Brew reflected the chaos and beauty of a society stretched (and stressed) to its breaking point.  This genre-bending, barrier-smashing double LP would become Miles’ first RIAA  gold album.  
      Bitches Brew is a tribute to both the man who changed the course of jazz (“four or five times,” as he himself once quipped), and the album that virtually single-handedly brought jazz into the commercial rock era, earning a place at #94 on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time.
      Two CDs containing the original 94-plus minutes of music with six bonus tracks , a live concert recording of one a Miles Davis concert, recorded in 1970, and a DVD of a previously unissued performance by Miles’ Quintet lineup with Wayne Shorter, Chick Corea, Dave Holland and Jack DeJohnette in Copenhagen, November 1969


      CD 1
      Pharaoh's Dance
      Bitches Brew
      Spanish Key
      John McLaughlin

      CD 2
      Miles Runs the Voodoo Down
      Spanish Key
      John McLaughlin
      Miles Runs the Voodoo Down
      Spanish Key
      Great Expectations
      Little Blue Frog

      CD 3
      Bill Graham Introduction
      Bitches Brew
      The Mask
      It's About That Time
      Spanish Key/The Theme
      Miles Runs The Voodoo Down/The Theme
      Bill Graham Outro

      DVD Video Longplay
      Miles Runs The Voodoo Down
      Bitches Brew
      I Fall In Love Too Easily
      It's About That Time/The Theme

      Miles David / The Essential Miles Davis  (Vinyl)

      Miles David / The Essential Miles Davis (Vinyl)

      by Miles Davis
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      Spanning five decades and seven labels, this consolidated first time vinyl edition of the 2001 collection The Essential Miles Davis captures the jazz giant at every stage of his trailblazing career, from his early recordings with Bird (""Now's the Time"") through his cornerstone triumphs (""So What,"" ""Round Midnight,"" ""Someday My Prince Will Come,"" ""Miles Runs the Voodoo Down,"" ""Summertime,"" ""The Pan Piper"") to his late twilight years (""Time After Time""). And when you're the best you work with the best so the 14-track set also features contributions from such fellow music luminaries as Gil Evans, Dizzy Gillespie, Gerry Mulligan, Bill Evans, Wynton Kelly, Hank Mobley, Wayne Shorter, and John Scofield among many more.


      LP1 Side A
      Now's the Time
      'Round Midnight
      Bye Bye Blackbird

      LP1 Side B
      So What
      The Pan Piper

      LP2 Side A
      Someday My Prince Will Come

      LP2 Side B
      Miles Runs the Voodoo Down
      Black Satin
      Time After Time

      Stevie Ray Vaughan / Couldn't Stand The Weather (2CD)

      As well as four outtakes and an interview excerpt, the Legacy Edition adds a further four songs from The Sky Is Crying (‰ÛÏEmpty Arms,‰۝ ‰ÛÏWham!,‰۝ ‰ÛÏClose to You,‰۝ ‰ÛÏLittle Wing‰۝) along with three previously unreleased alternate takes (‰ÛÏThe Sky Is Crying,‰۝ ‰ÛÏStang‰۪s Swang,‰۝ ‰ÛÏBoot Hill‰۝), and a full, unreleased concert SRV & Double Trouble gave at the Spectrum in Montreal on August 17, 1984.

      Amidst a demand for iconic records and resurgence of vinyl sales comes the ‰Û÷Classic Album‰۪ series, a 2CD product line focused on the jewels of the Sony Music catalogue.
      We are taking the critically acclaimed Legacy Edition versions of these albums, many out of print, and creating high quality mini vinyl replicas, similar to the much-loved Japanese paper sleeves. 2CD gatefold digi-pack, Black polycarbonate discs (to mimic vinyl look), Booklet, Obi strip, Inner CD wallets, Plastic outer sleeve.


      åÊScuttle Buttin'
      åÊCouldn't Stand the Weather
      åÊThe Things (That) I Used to Do
      åÊVoodoo Child (Slight Return)
      åÊCold Shot
      åÊTin Pan Alley (AKA Roughest Place in Town)
      åÊHoney Bee
      åÊStang's Swang
      åÊEmpty Arms
      åÊCome On, Pt. III
      åÊLook at Little Sister
      åÊThe Sky Is Crying
      åÊHide Away
      åÊGive Me Back My Wig
      åÊBoot Hill
      åÊClose to You
      åÊLittle Wing
      åÊStang's Swang

      CD2 - Live at The Spectrum, Montreal
      åÊVoodoo Child (Slight Return)
      åÊThe Things (That) I Used To Do
      åÊHoney Bee
      åÊCouldn't Stand The Weather
      åÊCold Shot
      åÊTin Pan Alley (aka Roughest Place In Town)
      åÊLove Struck Baby
      åÊTexas Flood
      åÊBand Intros/Encores
      åÊStang's Swang
      åÊPride & Joy
      Miles Davis / Kind Of Blue (2CD)

      Miles Davis / Kind Of Blue (2CD)

      by Miles Davis

      Not only contains the album in gloriously warm remastered sound, it also features the complete studio sessions with a total of over two hours of false starts, alternate takes, dialogue, and studio sequences. All of this is on disc one. Disc two contains five tunes recorded in the studio by this sextet ten months earlier (May 26, 1958) that were not featured on Kind of Blue. The other bonus cut is a walloping 17-and-a-half minute live version of "So What‰ÛÏ, recorded by Miles with John Coltrane, Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers, and Jimmy Cobb at a gig in Holland in 1960. This track has only appeared on bootlegs in the past and this is its first authorised release.

      Amidst a demand for iconic records and resurgence of vinyl sales comes the ‰Û÷Classic Album‰۪ series, a 2CD product line focused on the jewels of the Sony Music catalogue.
      We are taking the critically acclaimed Legacy Edition versions of these albums, many out of print, and creating high quality mini vinyl replicas, similar to the much-loved Japanese paper sleeves. 2CD gatefold digi-pack, Black polycarbonate discs (to mimic vinyl look), Booklet, Obi strip, Inner CD wallets, Plastic outer sleeve


      åÊSo What
      åÊFreddie Freeloader
      åÊBlue in Green
      åÊAll Blues
      åÊFlamenco Sketches (Alternate Take)
      åÊFlamenco Sketches
      åÊFreddie Freeloader (Studio Sequence 1)
      åÊFreddie Freeloader (False Start)
      åÊFreddie Freeloader (Studio Sequence 2)
      åÊSo What (Studio Sequence 2)
      åÊSo What (Studio Sequence 1)
      åÊBlue in Green (Studio Sequence)
      åÊFlamenco Sketches (Studio Sequence 1)
      åÊFlamenco Sketches (Studio Sequence 2)
      åÊAll Blues (Studio Sequence)

      åÊOn Green Dolphin Street
      åÊStella By Starlight
      åÊLove For Sale
      åÊSo What (Live April 9th, 1960)
      Billie Holiday / Lady in Satin (Vinyl)

      Ahead of what would have been Billie Holiday’s 100th Birthday (April 7th), we will be adding Lady Day: The Master Takes & Singles to our Bookset range. This 4CD/79 Track set collects highlights from Billie Holiday’s 1933-1944 tenure on Columbia. The Bookset also includes an incisive essay by Village Voice critic Gary Giddins, which provides context to those unfamiliar with Holiday’s story. With this Bookset and the release of Casandra Wilson’s homage to Billie Holiday, ‘Coming Forth By Day’ on April 13th, we are truly celebrating this legend’s legacy.


      -- Comp. 1
      I Wished On the Moon
      What a Little Moonlight Can Do
      Miss Brown to You
      If You Were Mine
      These 'N' That 'N' Those
      You Let Me Down
      Spreadin' Rhythm Around
      Life Begins When You're In Love
      It's Like Reaching for the Moon
      These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You)
      I Cried for You
      Did I Remember?
      No Regrets
      Billie's Blues
      A Fine Romance
      One, Two, Button Your Shoe
      Easy to Love
      The Way You Look Tonight
      Pennies from Heaven
      -- Comp. 2
      That's Life I Guess
      I Can't Give You Anything but Love
      I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm
      He Ain't Got Rhythm
      This Year's Kisses
      Why Was I Born?
      I Must Have That Man
      The Mood That I'm In
      You Showed Me the Way
      My Last Affair
      Moanin' Low
      Where Is the Sun?
      Let's Call the Whole Thing Off
      They Can't Take That Away from Me
      Don't Know If I'm Comin' or Goin'
      I'll Get By (As Long As I Have You)
      Mean to Me
      Foolin' Myself
      Easy Living
      I'll Never Be the Same
      -- Comp. 3
      Me, Myself and I
      A Sailboat In the Moonlight
      Without Your Love
      Trav'lin' All Alone
      He's Funny That Way
      Nice Work If You Can Get It
      Things Are Looking Up
      My Man
      Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man
      When You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles with You)
      On the Sentimental Side
      When a Woman Loves a Man
      You Go to My Head
      I'm Gonna Lock My Heart (And Throw Away the Key)
      The Very Thought of You
      I Can't Get Started
      More Than You Know
      Long Gone Blues
      Some Other Spring
      -- Comp. 4
      Them There Eyes
      Swing! Brother, Swing!
      Night and Day
      The Man I Love
      Body and Soul
      Falling In Love Again
      Laughing at Life
      Time On My Hands (You In My Arms)
      St. Louis Blues
      Loveless Love
      Let's Do It
      Georgia On My Mind
      All of Me
      God Bless the Child
      Am I Blue?
      I Cover the Waterfront
      Love Me or Leave Me
      Gloomy Sunday
      It's A Sin To Tell A Lie
      Until the Real Thing Comes Along

      Dave Brubeck / The Essential Dave Brubeck (Vinyl)

      Dave Brubeck / The Essential Dave Brubeck (Vinyl)

      by Dave Brubeck
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      The Essential Dave Brubeck features 17 tracks selected by Dave Brubeck, and provides an excellent overview of his long career. Featuring tracks from 24 albums recorded between 1949 and 2002, including "Take Five" and "Blue Rondo à la Turk”, as well as some excellent takes on show tunes, such as the theme from Mr. Broadway and "Maria" from West Side Story. In addition, Brubeck chose mono versions over later stereo versions. The Essential Dave Brubeck shows the vast range of Dave Brubeck's musical range and complexities as a composer, as well as his dynamite presence as a performer.


      Side A
      The Duke
      In Your Own Sweet Way
      Some Day My Prince Will Come

      Side B
      Brandenburg Gate
      Three to Get Ready

      Side A
      Take Five
      Blue Rondo ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ_ la Turk
      It's a Raggy Waltz

      Side B
      Unsquare Dance
      Summer Song
      That Old Black Magic
      Bossa Nova U.S.A.
      Theme From "Mr. Broadway"
      La Paloma Azul