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Plays Bach: The 50th Anniversary Recording
By Telarc
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$7.48

mpn: 089408369322, ean: 0089408369322,

4.0 out of 5 stars with 13 reviews
The 1950s were one of the most experimental periods in the history of jazz. In the wake of the big-band era of World War II and the late 1940s, jazz combos on either side of the Atlantic scaled back in size and sought innovative ways to do more with less. The results were often exploratory and experimental. Musicians everywhere grafted different musical ideas to the widely accepted jazz conventions of the day.For Jacques Loussier, the results of these experimental forays ultimately played a prom


Dreams
By Skye Records
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mpn: WA-33012544, ean: 8427328447515,

4.8 out of 5 stars with 29 reviews
Personnel: Gabor Szabo, Jim Stewart (g), Louis Kabok (b), Jim Keltner (d), Hal Gordon (perc), Tony Miranda, Ray Alonge, Brooks Tillotson (Frh), Gary McFarland (p, arr), Julius Schacter (vln), George Ricci (cello) Format: LP / 12'' / 33rpm / STEREO Label: SKYE RECORDS Catalogue Reference: SKLP-1001 Recording Year: 1968 Country of Pressing: SPAIN Comments: Sealed New Copy Reissue of the original Skye SK-7 Cover Grade: MINT Vinyl Grade: MINTCollector's Edition. Limited to 500 copies. Newly Remaster


Oregon in Moscow
By Intuition
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$24.95

mpn: Itn33032, ean: 0750447330320,

4.7 out of 5 stars with 51 reviews
A suitably ambitious memento of the group's 30-year association, Oregon in Moscow is not a concert recording but a far-reaching exploration of the ensemble's substantial orchestral influences. Recorded over six days in the company of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, the two-disc project (covering more than 90 minutes) highlights the venerable group's attentiveness toward tone, dynamics, and phrasing as much as its facility for transcending genres and rhythms. Producer Steve Rodby seate


The John Kirkby Sextet: The Biggest Little Band in the Land - Complete Columbia & RCA Victor Recordings
By Definitive
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$99.00

ean: 8436006491689,

4.7 out of 5 stars with 58 reviews
The complete recordings made by the legendary Only master takes. For the first time in one set. 2 CD set


Gift of the Angels-Holiday Offerings
By Cd Baby
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$34.95

ean: 0656613519424,

4.3 out of 5 stars with 23 reviews
From the heart of the city, comes the heart of the holidays: Traditional and contemporary favorites; music of Christmas and Hannukkah. When the idea of recording a CD is born, it’s a little like a feather that’s been picked up and swept away by a sudden gust of wind. The feather flies this way and that as thoughts take shape and a direction is decided upon. Here finally, after days and weeks and months, the feather has come to rest and a dream has been realized. We are so proud to bring you


Last Tango In Paris: Original MGM Motion Picture Soundtrack
By Rykodisc
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mpn: RCD 10724, ean: 0014431072420,

4.5 out of 5 stars with 50 reviews
Steeped in controversy upon its release in 1973, director Bernardo Bertolucci's Last Tango in Paris has since been called everything from nonutilitarian pornography to a cinematic masterpiece. Two key elements that Bertolucci utilized to breath life into Tango's nihilistic themes and the dark, obsessive relationship at its core were Marlon Brando's harrowing, largely improvised performance and the erotically charged jazz score of self-taught Latin sax virtuoso Gato Barbieri. While the musician's


Black Dahlia
By Blue Note Records
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$49.95

ean: 0724352388325,

4.3 out of 5 stars with 55 reviews
12 songs based on the story of the Black Dahlia Composer, arranger, and tenor saxophonist Bob Belden's 12-part orchestral tribute to Elizabeth Short recalls her as the ''Black Dahlia,'' the dark-haired Hollywood actress who was killed in 1947. In this moving and moody work Belden evokes Miles Davis, Henry Mancini, Chico O'Farrill, and Shorty Rogers. Belden employs an impressive cohort, including trumpeters Tim Hagans and Lew Soloff, tenor saxman Joe Lovano, and pianists Marc Copland and Kevin Ha


Kenton With Voices / Artistry in Voices & Brass
By Collector's Choice
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ean: 0617742035421,

4.4 out of 5 stars with 31 reviews
Stan’s collaborations with vocal groups like the Four Freshmen are legendary, so you know this pair of vocal-oriented albums are liable to be very tasty! Stan himself arranged 1957’s ''Kenton with Voices'' for the vocal talents of Ann Richards and the male quartet the Modern Men, while 1963’s ''Artistry in Voices and Brass'' took Pete Rugolo arrangements of classic Kenton compositions like ''Artistry in Rhythm'' and ''Intermission Riff,'' added lyrics by Milt Raskin, re-titled them and set


Easy Go
By Blue Note Records
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ean: 0724352455324,

4.7 out of 5 stars with 23 reviews
Recorded between August 1950 and March 1952, these tracks emphasize the swinging, jazz-based side of Stan Kenton's orchestra, unadorned by vocalists or the strings and extended compositions of his ''Innovations in Modern Music'' and ''New Concepts'' orchestras. For those only familiar with Kenton's ambitious essays in progressive jazz, the more relaxed band heard here may come as a surprise, with drummer Shelly Manne propelling a group that happily combines bop harmony and infectious big-band sw


Miles Davis At Carnegie Hall
By Sony Legacy
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mpn: 8 3 00465027, ean: 0074646502723,

4.9 out of 5 stars with 49 reviews
One of the most definitive jazz concerts of all time, this is 1 of only 2 live gigs ever with Miles and Gil Evans (also features Hank Mobley, Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers and Jimmy Cobb). Now this historic concert is offered complete, in a single package for the 1st time, featuring 20-bit digital remastering and incisive new liner notes by Bob Blumenthal. Tracks include ''So What,'' ''Someday My Prince Will Come,'' ''Concierto de Aranjuez'' and much more.DAVIS MILES MILES DAVIS AT CARNEGIE HALL (


Das Boot: Original Filmmusik
By Wea Int'l
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mpn: 0630-18597-2, ean: 0706301859728,

4.0 out of 5 stars with 40 reviews
Dolby Digital Surround edition of the original music from the 1981 West German WWII submarine drama, composed by fusion player and Passport band leader Doldinger. Tracks 25 through 30 include sound effects and dialogue from the motion picture.


Allegresse
By ENJA
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$24.95

ean: 0063757939320,

4.3 out of 5 stars with 26 reviews
There have been very few orchestral composers in jazz who achieved creative success, if only because such a combination of talents--from logistics to force of will to the openness to input from the players--is wildly rare. Maria Schneider, once a protégée of Gil Evans, has been demonstrating those talents since her orchestra's debut in 1994, Evanescence. The vagaries of big bands make working relationships particularly important, and Schneider is attuned to every nuance and timbre of her music


The Complete Columbia Studio Recordings
By Sony Legacy
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$69.98

mpn: 827969092323, ean: 0827969092323,

4.2 out of 5 stars with 54 reviews
This monumental, Grammy-winning 6-CD set has just been re-released in longbox form *for $40 less* than its original incarnation! Together, Miles and Gil formed one of the great collaborations in jazz history, and inside are the three legendary albums they produced- Miles Ahead, Porgy and Bess and Sketches of Spain -complete and newly remastered with tons of alternate takes. From their first work together on the Birth of the Cool sessions in 1949, Miles Davis and Gil Evans forged a unique relatio


Miles Ahead
By Columbia / Legacy
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$79.82

mpn: 074646512128, ean: 0007464651212,

4.6 out of 5 stars with 12 reviews
DAVIS MILES These 1957 recordings were the first of Miles Davis's collaborations with arranger Gil Evans for Columbia, renewing a relationship that had begun with the Birth of the Cool sessions in 1949. It was perhaps the most important relationship ever forged between a jazz soloist and an arranger, for Evans excelled at finding fresh material (like Delibes's ''The Maids of Cadiz'') and then adding subtle voicings and blending unusual instruments to highlight Davis's central voice. Everything E



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