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Eddie Lockjaw Davis, Harry Edison, Al GreyJazz At The Philharmonic 1983 ... LP
Pablo, 1983. Very Good ... $6.99
... LP, Vinyl record album

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Ella Fitzgerald & Jazz At The PhilharmonicJazz At The Philharmonic – The Ella Fitzgerald Set ... CD
Verve, 1949/1954. New Copy ... $13.99 14.98
Ella Fitzgerald at the height of her powers – heard here on a set of Jazz At The Philharmonic recordings that feature the singer really stretching out in a small group setting! The tracks are all live, and not only feature Fitzgerald charming the crowd with her presence, but also effortlessly hitting the kind of perfect phrasing and timing she always does so well in the studio – maybe even more striking here, given the occasional unbridled energy of the audience. Players include Hank Jones on piano, Herb Ellis on guitar, Ray Brown on bass, and Buddy Rich or JC Heard on drums – and the recordings also feature some contributions from Roy Eldridge on trumpet, Charlie Parker on alto, and Lester Young and Flip Phillips on tenor. Tracks come from 1949, 1953, and 1954 JATP performances – and titles include "Lullaby Of Birdland", "Hernando's Hideaway", "Later", "Perdido", "Somebody Loves Me", "Robbin's Nest", "A New Shade Of Blues", "Old Mother Hubbard", "Flying Home", "Oh Lady Be Good", "How High The Moon", "Why Don't You Do Right", and "Bill". CD

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VariousComplete Jazz At The Philharmonic On Verve 1944 to 1949 (10CD box set) (NO DISCS 1& 2) ... CD
Verve, Late 40s. Used 10 CDs ... $44.99
... CD
(PLEASE NOTE THAT DISCS 1 & 2 ARE MISSING.)

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✨✧ Jazz At The PhilharmonicJazz At The Philharmonic Vol 1 (Stinson) (3 x 12" 78rpm set) ... 78 RPM
Stinson, Late 40s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the earliest sets of Jazz At The Philharmonic material – pre-Verve, too – and pressed on 12" 78rpm discs – which allow for longer performances per side. 78 RPM, Vinyl record
(Records are great. Book has some wear on the spine, and some marker in one corner.)

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✨✧ Jazz At The PhilharmonicNorman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol 3 (3 x 78rpm set) ... 78 RPM
Mercury, Early 50s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
With Lester Young and Charlie Ventura on tenor, Willie Smith and Charlie Parker on alto, Dizzy Gillespie on trumpet, and Shoeless Joe Jackson on piano! Titles include "Sweet Georgia Brown" and "Crazy Rhythm". 78 RPM, Vinyl record
(Records are nice. Front flap of booklet is loose and spine text is missing.)

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✨✧ Jazz At The PhilharmonicNorman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol 5 (3 x 78rpm set) ... 78 RPM
Mercury, Early 50s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
This is the original volume 3, which would later get re-numbered and issued with other material in this series. We're pretty cvertain too that the material was recorded at the first JATP concert given by Norman Granz in 1944 – with players that include Illinois Jacquet, JJ Johnson, Nat King Cole (billed as Shorty Nadine), Shorty Sherock, Lee Young, Jack McVea, and Les Paul. The odd lineup makes for a nice change from the usual heavy saxes in front mode – and it's especially nice to hear Cole and Paul in such a setting. As with others in the series, two long numbers: takes on "Body & Soul" and "Rosetta". In a nice David Stone Martin cover, too! 78 RPM, Vinyl record
(Spine text is missing, and front flap of booklet is almost loose.)

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✨✧ Jazz At The PhilharmonicNorman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol 7 (3 x 78rpm set) ... 78 RPM
Mercury, Early 50s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Players include Jack McVea and Illinois Jacquet on tenro, JJ Johnson on trombone, Shorty Nadine on piano, and Les Paul on guitar. Titles include "Tea For Two" and "Found A New Baby". 78 RPM, Vinyl record
(Top seam of box is missing.)

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✨✧ Jazz At The PhilharmonicNorman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic Volume 14 (3 x 78rpm set) ... 78 RPM
Mercury, Early 50s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
This is the 14th in a the original 10" series of recordings at the Philharmonic. The line up on this set is pretty blistering, and includes Coleman Hawkins and Lester Young on tenor sax, William Smith on alto, Buck Clayton on trumpet, Buddy Rich on drums, Irving Ashby on guitar, Billy Hadnott on bass and Kenny Kersey on piano, all blowing nice and hard. As with others, there are just two lengthy jamming tracks: "I Surrender Dear" and "I Got Rhythm". 78 RPM, Vinyl record
(In very nice book-style box! Top seam of lid is missing.)

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Jazz At The PhilharmonicHow High The Moon (7 inch EP) ... 7-inch
Clef, Late 40s. Very Good ... $2.99
One of the first, and most famous, of Norman Granz's landmark JATP sessions – featuring an extended reading of "How High The Moon" that was a bit of jazz history itself! The session was recorded at Syria Mosque Auditorium in Pittsburgh – and featured players that include Buck Clayton, Flip Phillips, Trummy Young, Coleman Hawikins, Kenny Kersey, and Willie Smith. 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Cover has some light wear.)

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✨✧ Jazz At The PhilharmonicNorman Granz' JATP – Carnegie Hall Concert September 13 1953 ... CD
Fresh Sound (Spain), 1952. Used 2 CDs ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
... CD
 
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Art Blakey/Georges Arvanitas/JATPJazz In Paris – Jazz Et Cinema Vol 2 – Des Femmes Disparaissent/Les Tricheurs/La Bride Sur Le Cou ... CD
Universal (Japan), 1958/1961. New Copy ... About March 22, 2017
Three great French jazz soundtracks on one CD! The bulk of the set is taken up with Art Blakey's wornderful score to the film Des Femmes Disparaissent – which features work by Jazz Messengers Lee Morgan, Bobby Timmons, and Benny Golson, recorded in Paris in 1958, with a hip swinging hardbop sound. These tracks make up 17 titles on the CD – with songs that include "Mambo Dans La Voiture", "Merlin", "Tom", "Nasol", and "Blues Pour Vava", plus a few solo drum tracks that are really great! 4 more tracks are from the rare ep-only soundtrack to Les Tricheurs – played by a Jazz At The Philharmonic group that includes Stan Getz, Oscar Peterson, Coleman Hawkins, and Roy Eldridge. Tracks on those numbers include "Les Tricheurs", "Phil's Tune", and "Mic's Jump". The last 2 tracks on the CD – "La Bride Sur Le Cou" and "Brigitte Strip Blues" – are by a quintet led by pianist Georges Arvanitas, and featuring trumpet by Bernard Vitet and tenor by Francois Jenneau. Very hip stuff all around – and a real treat for fans of jazz and film alike! CD

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Bobby Hutcherson with Eugene McDanielsNow! (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Blue Note, 1969/1977. Used ... $29.99
Incredibly righteous work from Bobby Hutcherson – a rare Blue Note session that features vocals by Eugene McDaniels! The set was recorded right before McDaniels' groundbreaking Headless Heroes album, but it's got a similar sort of vibe – breaking down genres and musical expectations – and reaching forth with a powerful progressive sound that's beyond compare! All tracks feature lead vocals by Eugene McDaniels, supported by a small chorus of backing singers – in a mode that's a bit like some of the Eddie Gale work on Blue Note at the time – all topped off with some great instrumental work by a core combo that features Hutcherson on vibes, Harold Land on tenor, Wally Richardson on guitar, and Joe Chambers on drums. Imagine the greatness of the Hutcherson/Land group, but with the added bonus of a spiritual soul jazz vocal aspect – and you've really got a key picture of this one! Like the best work on Strata East, but recorded years before – and featuring the titles "Now", "Slow Change", "Black Heroes", "The Creators", and "Hello to the Wind". And, as if that wasn't enough, this CD features 4 bonus tracks from the Blue Note Meets The LA Philharmonic album from 1977 – featuring new recordings of tracks from the album – without vocals, but with some larger orchestral backings that take the tunes just as far! Bonus titles include "Slow Change", "Now", and "Hello To The Wind" – done in versions that really complement the originals nicely! CD
(Out of print, light wear to booklet.)

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✨✧ Earl KlughEarl Klugh (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Blue Note, 1976. Used ... $2.99
The sweet debut from guitarist Earl Klugh – a player whose sound went onto dominate late 70s fusion in a big big way! Klugh's clearly stepping here into a space allowed by George Benson at the time – a blend of jazz and R&B that's warmer and mellower than work previously done on Blue Note in the decade (or on CTI and Kudu for that matter) – one that's less focused on rhythm than it is on tone, and the kind of setting that allows Earl to shine wonderfully. There's a lot less of the cheesiness here that would hurt Klugh's later albums, and the overall presentation is nicely retrained – arranged by Dave Grusin at a time when he still knew how to bring a good deal of soul into a session, avoiding cliche and letting the soloist step forth unmarred. Other players include Lee Ritenour, Harvey Mason, and Grusin himself – and Klugh plays both electric and acoustic guitar, on tunes that include "Angelina", "Slippin In The Back Door", "Vonetta", "Waltz For Debby", and "Wind & The Sea". CD also adds in 3 bonus tracks recorded live in 1977 – from Blue Note Meets The LA Philharmonic, and featuring Klugh on the tracks "Cabo Frio", "The Shadow Of Your Smile", and "Angelina". CD
(Out of print.)
 
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VariousEscape In Time – Popular British Television Themes Of The 60s ... CD
El (UK), 1960s. New Copy ... $8.99
Way more than just the usual collection of famous British TV themes from the 60s – as this set offers up some great rare nuggets, unusual versions, and some obscure tracks that are all pretty darn fresh to our American years! As you well know if you're a fan of anything pop culture from this generation, British TV was way hipper than most of the American small screen in the 60s – from the stories, to the settings, to the wonderfully cool themes and backing music that supported the show – often a cool hybrid of postwar Soho jazz modes and lots of the best soundtrack/sound library styles that were evolving in the hands of an elite few on the London scene. Some of the best and grooviest of that generation are presented here – in an overstuffed collection that includes "Gurney Slade" by Max Harris, "Danger Man" by Red Price Combo, "The Avenger" by Johnny Dankworth, "Tuesday Rendezvous" by Bert Weedon, "Face To Face" by Frank Chacksfield, "Comedy Playhouse" by Ron Grainer, "What The Papers Say" by London Philharmonic, "Monty Python's Flying Circus" by Eastman Wind Ensemble, "The Saint" by Les Reed, "Fireball" by Don Spencer, "Z Cars" by Johnny Keating, and a number of tracks from The Prisoner too! CD
 
 
 



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