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ARETHA FRANKLIN | Aretha in Person with The Ray Bryant Combo

The fiery voice of Aretha Franklin is enough to sizzle any audience in this digitally remastered edition. She lives you feeling energized, caressed and blessed, through her beautiful blend of Soul, Jazz, Blues, and Gospel. If you’re one of the few in the world who are new to hear her music, then hold on to your hat, you’re in for a spiritual treat like never before. As a result of these musical gifts she shares with us, a unique star was born.

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ART FARMER QUINTET | The Art Farmer Quintet Plays the Great Jazz Hits

Recorded in 1967, the Art Farmer Quintet Plays the Great Jazz Hits was originally released on the Columbia label. If you like Jazz, then every single on this album will be sure to tickle your tastebuds. When an itch for Jazz needs to be scratched, you can rely on this must-have record in your collection.

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ARTO LINDSAY | Prize

First time on vinyl!

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BROOK BENTON | The Billy May Way

Originally released on 1 March 1967 under the RCA/Legacy label, Brook Benton brings us his unique sounds and vocals in 'The Billy May Way'. The American singer and songwriter from South Carolina, known for his efforts in rock and roll, rhythm and blues, and pop music, was one of the greats of his time. And in this 30-minute album, Brook Benton showcases exactly why.

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CAP’N. JOHN HANDY | Introducing Cap’n. John Handy & his Wild Sax

After his clarinet days in New Orleans, this once-in-a-lifetime musical delight is filled with ‘wild sax’ greats. Celebrate his life in style by zoning out to this jazz superstar. First released in 1967 under the RCA Victor label, it serves up some brilliant covers including Jill Haworth’s ‘Cabaret’ and Eva Taylor’s ‘Baby, Won’t You Please Come Home’.

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CLIFFORD BROWN | Live at the Bee Hive

It was back on 7 November 1955, when Clifford Brown released 'Live at the Beehive', which was, as the name suggests, live from Chicago's Bee Hive. This album saw the band debut for Saxophonist Sonny Rollins, and how seamlessly he combined with trumpeter Clifford Brown, tenorman Harold Land, and pianist Richie Powell. This album is packed with wonderful sounds by truly gifted jazz artists - enjoy!

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FATHER TOM VAUGHN | Jazz in Concert at The Village Gate

Get your kick out of the Jazz in Concert at The Village Gate. FR. Tom Vaughan, one of the most loved jazz pianists of his time, spent his time between his love for Jazz and being an Episcopalian priest. And on this album, he takes you on a journey of joyous jazz, with timeless hits like ‘I Get a Kick Out Of You’ and the unforgettable ‘Get Me To The Church On Time’. Sit back, relax and enjoy.

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GARY BURTON | The Groovy Sound of Music

Aside from "My Favorite Things," jazz musicians haven't been particularly drawn to songs from The Sound of Music, so the Groovy Sound of Music songbook by Gary Burton is quite a treat. Recorded in late 1964 for RCA Victor, the young vibraphonist's incredible four-mallet technique is already well developed. Gary McFarland contributed four of the charts, backing Burton with strings, flutes, a French horn, and a rhythm section. Among his arrangements are a swinging "Climb Ev'ry Mountain" and a gentle bossa nova treatment of "An Ordinary Couple." Burton is also no slouch as an arranger. One highlight is the incredible interaction between the leader and Bob Brookmeyer's valve trombone and Phil Wood's hot clarinet in "Maria." Equally compelling is Burton's driving approach to "My Favorite Things" (a complex chart that doesn't resort to copying John Coltrane's well-known recording), which hardly sounds like the work of a 21 year old. Even better is his gorgeous solo rendition of "Edelweiss."

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GUY BOYER | Chopin New Time

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HAROLD VICK | Caribbean Suite

We have Harold Vick to thank for this wonderful second album of his: ‘The Caribbean Suite’. The saxophonist recorded the album in 1966 and released it on the RCA Victor label. It features ageless tracks like ‘Mango Walk’ and ‘Letitia’ and features Kenny Graham too. It’s a sure-fire way to guaranteed joy wherever you are in the world.

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HENRY “RED” ALLEN | Feelin’ Good - His First ‘In Person’

We have Harold Vick to thank for this wonderful second album of his: ‘The Caribbean Suite’. The saxophonist recorded the album in 1966 and released it on the RCA Victor label. It features ageless tracks like ‘Mango Walk’ and ‘Letitia’ and features Kenny Graham too. It’s a sure-fire way to guaranteed joy wherever you are in the world.

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JJ JOHNSON | The Total JJ Johnson

‘The Total JJ Johnson’ album paints a true picture of the passion from jazz trombonist and arranger, J. J. Johnson. Teaming up with Big Band and recorded in 1965, these ensembles will amaze and calm you. Whether you’re listening to ‘Space Walk’, ‘Ballade’ or classic ‘Little Dave’, this album will take you on a journey of a range of jazz sub-genres. It was recorded at RCA Victor’s Studio A, New York in 1966. Take a chair; it’s time for timeless jazz tones.

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JOHN HANDY QUINTET | The Second John Handy Album

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JOHN PRICE | The Sounds of Broadway

We have Harold Vick to thank for this wonderful second album of his: ‘The Caribbean Suite’. The saxophonist recorded the album in 1966 and released it on the RCA Victor label. It features ageless tracks like ‘Mango Walk’ and ‘Letitia’ and features Kenny Graham too. It’s a sure-fire way to guaranteed joy wherever you are in the world.

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JOHNNY HODGES & WILD BILL DAVIS | Con Soul & Sax

Each track holds its own in the ‘Con Soul and Sax’ album. Released in 1965, it includes memorable tracks from American jazz saxophonist, Johnny Hodges, and organist, Wild Bill Davis. Everything from ‘Sophisticated Lady’, to ‘No One’! The pair of them deliver timeless jazz rhythms direct to your ears. With every note taking you back to the late ’60s.

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LIONEL HAMPTON | Newport Uproar

 First released in 1964 and recorded on October 26thand 29th, 1964. Lionel Hampton and his All-Star Alumni Big Band, bring to you their dreamy jazz sounds, with plenty of solos to get the toe tapping. This album featured performances for the ‘Impulse!’ label. Later described as bluesy, assertive and seamless, this 10-track album is not to be missed. Tracks include ‘Ring Dem Bells’, ‘Moon over my Annie’ and ‘Swingle Jingle’.

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LONNIE SMITH | Finger-Lickin' Good

 Under the label Columbia Records, American jazz Hammond B3 organist, Lonnie Smith released ‘Finger Lickin’ Good’ to the world in 1967. After two successes with albums launched under the leadership of George Benson, it was time for Lonnie Smith to fly solo with his first album, ‘Finger Lickin’ Good’. His first of 30 jazz albums, allow the New York Jazz organist to create music directly from his heart.

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MARILYN MAYE | The Second of Maye

 Multi-talented Marilyn Maye was an American jazz singer, cabaret singer and musical theatre actress, who entertains us greatly in this album, ‘The Second of Maye’ – first released in 1966. Close your eyes and let her voice take you on multiple journeys throughout the album, guiding you through pop, stage and screen, with emotive vocals and blissful ballads.

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MONTY ALEXANDER TRIO | Zing!

The album ‘Zing’ was released in 1967 and includes jazz and vocal numbers to entertain the widest of audiences. It was heavily influenced by greats like Oscar Peterson and Ahmad Jamal. If you’re new to the genre of jazz, then listen to every track and by the end, you’ll feel amazed. And even more so, when you find out Monty Alexander was only 23 when he recorded his lone album for RCA.

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PAUL HORN QUINTET | Here's That Rainy Day

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PAUL HORN | Jazz Suite On The Mass Texts

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PETE JOLLY | Too Much, Baby

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RALPH SHARON TRIO | The Tony Bennett Song Book

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ROBERTA PECK | Extraordinary

Once you’ve finished listening to the velvet tones of Roberta Peck, you’ll want to listen to it all over again. The religious talent showcases her fantastic tones in ‘Extraordinary’ – album released in 1967. The album opens up with ‘Lover Man (Oh Where Can You Be?)’ and moves on to timeless jazz classics like ‘Making Whoopee’ and ‘In My Arms’.

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ROGER RAM | Fine and Mellow

Released in 1966, the delicate sound of Roger Ram is enough to get any audience upstanding in this album ‘Fine and Mellow’. He leaves you feeling uplifted and energized, through a classic mix of jazz and pop. If you’re yet to be blessed with Roger Ram’s genius, then wait no longer – get your hands on his album today.

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ROY MERIWETHER TRIO | Soul Invader

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THE ROGER RAM TRIO | I'll Remember April

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VANESSA DAOU | Zipless

Vanessa Daou amazed the world in 1994, with her first solo album release, named ‘Zipless’. Working with her husband and collaborator, this 10-track delight offers singles including ‘Sunday Afternoons’ and ‘Near the Black Forest’. And her vocals shift you from emotion to emotion in this jazz-infused number. The ambiance is key throughout the album with seductive and provocative vocals throughout. Try ‘The Long Tunnel of Wanting You’ for a stimulating journey exploring your deepest levels of sensuality. 

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VARIOUS | Jazz from America on Discques Vougue

 

 

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WILD BILL DAVIS | Live at Count Basie's

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WILD BILL DAVIS | Midnight to Dawn

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