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Driftin'

Driftin', an extract from his Takin' Off album.
Label: Blue Note
Black Fire (1964) immediately stood out as an impressive album, critically acclaimed upon its release. Andrew Hill's music on this first album for Blue Note was bold and avant-gardist both in rhythmic patterns and complex modal harmonies. Black Fire also marked the beginning of an astonishing series..
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Label: Impulse!
In 1964, John Coltrane's quartet has produced two of its greatest masterpieces, Crescent and A Love Supreme. Between the sessions for these two monumental albums, the quartet has entered the studio for another recording: a soundtrack for the French-Canadian film " Le chat dans le sac" directed by Gi..
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Two classics combined into one - « Brilliant Corners » and « Thelonius Himself » Among the personalities in modern music, Thelonious Monk most certainly remains one the most challenging figures. Initially misunderstood and neglected by the so-called jazz scene, Monk stood up to become one of the mai..
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Label: Blue Note
Combustication (1998) is the fifth album of jazz trio Medeski Martin & Wood; the band's first for the iconic label Blue Note label and a first collaboration with producer Scott Harding.The album marks a style shift for MMW, with a deeper funk groove and a notable infusion of rhythmic influences ..
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Label: Blue Note
Harmonic freedom!Released in 1966 on Blue Note, Complete Communion results of Don Cherry's first recorded sessions as a leader, after brilliant sideman contributions with Ornette Coleman and Sonny Rollins. It's one of the jazz landmark records of the era. The album consists of two long suites of int..
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Label: Blue Note
Saxophonist & flutist Sam Rivers followed his striking debut, Fuchsia Swing Song, with the tremendous album Contours, which was recorded at Rudy Van Gelder’s Englewood Cliffs, NJ studio in 1965 with a top flight band featuring Freddie Hubbard on trumpet, Herbie Hancock on piano, Ron Carter on ba..
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Crescent – John Coltrane Quartet
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Label: Impulse!
Coltrane’s 1964 timeless album on Impulse!, Crescent, contains some of John Coltrane's most melodic pieces, yet arguably his darkest and most meditative work. Accompanying Coltrane are Jimmy Garrison on bass, Elvin Jones on drums and McCoy Tyner on piano. Recorded at the Rudy Van Gelder’s studio and..
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Label: Gronland
It is fascinating to hear this "lost" recording of Duke Ellington, recently released from the archives and pressed on vinyl. The Duke leads his ensemble through three "takes" of two pieces, Alerado (an intense swing) and Africa (a more adventurous piece).This session was recorded in 1970 at Rhenus S..
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Label: Impulse!
Recorded in 1962 at Rudy Van Gelder's Englewood Cliff’s Studio, this album (originally released in 1963 on Impulse!) results from a laid-back and mutually respectful meeting of two like-minded jazz icons, the long-established Duke Ellington and the innovative John Coltrane.Tracklist  -A /In A S..
$21.95
Label: Blue Note
In ‘N Out (recorded in 1964) falls square in the middle of the formidable run of five classic Blue Note albums that launched tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson’s legendary career. The line-up featured the transcendent frontline of Henderson and trumpeter Kenny Dorham along with a powerful rhythm sectio..
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Label: Blue Note
For his third Blue Note album, Inventions & Dimensions (1964), pianist Herbie Hancock began moving away from the modernist hard-bop sound that defined his first two albums Takin’ Off and My Point of View. Inspired by explorers like Eric Dolphy and Tony Williams, Hancock went in search of greater..
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Label: Impulse!
A must for all those interested in the development of modal and experimental jazzJourney in Satchidananda is one of Alice Coltrane's landmark albums. Accomplished pianist / harpist, widow of John Coltrane, her compositions are largely free and expansive, mainly based on whole tones and minor modes. ..
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Maiden Voyage - Herbie Hancock
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Label: Blue Note
50th Anniversary Limited Edition – 180g, green vinyl reissue of Herbie Hancock timeless classic Maiden Voyage (1965). An absolute must! For the album Hancock surrounded himself with Ron Carter (bass), Tony Williams (drums), Freddie Hubbard (trumpet) and George Coleman (tenor saxophone). Tracklist&nb..
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Label: Impulse!
Reissue on Impulse! Mingus’s second Impulse! album, released in 1963, was another large ensemble masterpiece featuring two of the bassist/bandleader’s greatest compositions – Celia and Better Get Hit In Yo’ Soul - plus a famous version of Duke Ellington’s Mood Indigo.Despite being named Mingus Mingu..
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Label: Blue Note
Now He Sings, Now He Sobs, released in 1968 when Chick Corea was only 27 years old, established him as a true master of the piano in the making.This second album, recorded as a trio with Czech bassist Miroslav Vitous (who was only 20 years old) and veteran drummer Roy Haynes, highlights Corea's vers..
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