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  • Sonny Rollins - Saxophone Blues

    Personnel: Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone); Tommy Flanagan (piano); Doug Watkins (bass); Max Roach (drums).Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey on June 22, 1956. Originally released on Prestige (7079). Includes liner notes by Ira Gitler.Digitally remastered using 20-bit technology by Shigeo Miyamoto (JVC Studios).Personnel: Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone); Tommy Flanagan (piano); Doug Watkins (bass); Max Roach (drums).Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey on June 22,

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  • Solomon Burke - Live At The House of Blues

    & The Souls Alive Orchestra.Personnel includes: Solomon Burke (vocals); Sam Mayfield (guitar); Sammy Berfect (piano, organ, keyboards); Ron Brown (keyboards); Kevin O'Neal, Lee Zeno (bass); Lance Kellogg (drums); Don A. Littleton (percussion ) .Recorded live at the New Orleans Jazz And Heritage Festival, New Orleans, Louisiana on May 1, 1994.Solomon Burke: Solomon Burke (vocals); Sammy Mayfield (guitar); Ward Smith (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone); John Stephens (alto saxophone,

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  • Harry James - Trumpet Blues:Best of Harry James

    Personnel includes: Harry James (trumpet); Helen Forrest (vocals); Willie Smith (alto saxophone); Sam Firmature, Corky Corcoran, Pat Chartrand, Jeff Massingill (tenor saxophone); Juan Tizol (trombone); Jack Perciful, Doug Parker (piano); Allan Reuss (guitar); Buddy Rich, Gene Estes (drums).Recorded between 1955 and 1958. Includes liner notes by Peter J. Levinson.Digitally remastered by Ron McMaster.Personnel: Harry James (trumpet); Helen Forrest (vocals); Allan Reuss (guitar); Willie Smith (alto saxophone);

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  • Chris Barber - Chris Barber's Blue Book V.1/Good Mornin' Blues

    Personnel: Chris Barber (vocals, trombone); Patrick Halcox (vocals, trumpet, drums); Ottilie Patterson (vocals, piano); John Slaughter (electric guitar); Eddie Smith & the Hornets (banjo); Ian Wheeler (harmonica, clarinet, alto saxophone); Monty Sunshine (clarinet); Ronnie Scott, Ronnie Scott's Quintet (tenor saxophone); Jimmy Deuchar (trumpet); Peter Bardens, Norrie Paramor (piano); Dick Heckstall-Smith (double bass); Graham Burbridge (drums).Liner Note Authors: Chris Barber ; Patrick James; Peter

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  • Urbie Green - Sea Jam Blues

    Personnel: Urbie Green (trombone); Chris Potter (soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone); Jesse Green (piano); Glenn Davis (drums).Audio Mixer: Jon Bates.Liner Note Author: Pat Dorian.Recording information: Majesty Of The Seas, Caribbean Sea (05 /29 /1995 -06 /02 /1995 ) .Photographer : Rollo Phlecks.Unknown Contributor Role: Paul Bacon.There are two reasons why this excellent live album is titled Sea Jam Blues. First, it was recorded aboard a "jazz cruise" in different parts of the Caribbean Sea in 1995.

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  • Kenny Burrell - Stormy Monday Blues

    STORMY MONDAY BLUES contains 2 LPs on 1 CD: STORMY MONDAY (1974)/ SKY STREET (1975).Personnel: Kenny Burrell (guitar); Jerome Richardson (soprano & tenor saxophones, flute, reeds); Kirk Lightsey (piano, electric piano); Richard Wyands (piano); Stanley Gilbert (acoustic & electric basses); John Heard (bass); Lenny McBrowne, Richie Goldberg, Eddie Marshall (drums).Recorded on June 18-20, 1974 & January 29-30, 1975.Personnel: Kenny Burrell (guitar); Jerome Richardson (flute, soprano saxophone, tenor

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  • Various - Get Easy Blues

    Personnel: Punch Miller (vocals, trumpet); Alex Hill (vocals, piano); Julie Davis (vocals); Reverend Charlie Jackson (bajo sexto); Leslie Corley (banjo); Clarence Moore (violin); Clifford "Snags" Jones (kazoo, drums); Walter Thomas (clarinet, soprano saxophone, bass saxophone); Arnett Nelson (clarinet, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone); Lester Boone (clarinet, alto saxophone, baritone saxophone); Paulette Tyler, Vance Dixon (clarinet, alto saxophone); Darnell Howard, Johnny Dodds (clarinet); Leon Washington

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  • Woody Herman - Presenting Woody Herman & the Band That Plays the Blues 1939/the third Hers 1952-54

    Personnel includes: Woody Herman (leader, vocals, clarinet); Dollie Houston (vocals); Howard Hall (spoken vocals); Ray Hopfner (alto saxophone); Saxie Mansfield, Pete Johns, Bill Perkins, Dick Hafer, Arno Marsh, Dave Madden (tenor saxophone); Sam Staff, Jack Nimitz (baritone saxophone); Clarence Willard, Steady Nelson, Jack Scarda, Roy Caton, Don Fagerquist, Johnny Howell, Dick Collins, Al Porcino, Charlie Walp, Bill Castagnino (trumpet); Joe Bishop (flugelhorn); Neal Reid, Carl Fontana, Jack Green, Urbie

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  • Count Basie - Jazz Signatures - One O'Clock Jump: The Very Best of Count Basie

    Personnel: Count Basie (piano); Freddie Green (guitar); Tab Smith (soprano saxophone, alto saxophone); Earle Warren, Caughey Roberts (alto saxophone); Don Byas, Buddy Tate (tenor saxophone); Jack Washington (baritone saxophone); Ed Lewis, Carl "Tatti" Smith , Al Killian, Shad Collins (trumpet); Dicky Wells, Robert Scott, Eli Robinson, Benny Morton's All Stars, Vic Dickenson, Dan Minor, Ed Cuffee (trombone); Jimmy Rushing (vocals); Lester Young (tenor saxophone); Harry "Sweets" Edison , Buck Clayton

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  • Ellis Marsalis - Joe Cools Blues

    Wynton Marsalis Septet: Wynton Marsalis (trumpet); Wessell Anderson (alto & soprano saxophones); Victor Gaines (tenor saxophone, clarinet); Wycliffe Gordon (trombone); Eric Reed (piano); Benjamin Wolfe (acoustic bass); Herlin Riley (drums).Ellis Marsalis Trio: Ellis Marsalis (piano); Reginald Veal (bass); Martin Butler (drums).Additional personnel: Germaine Bazzle (vocals); Branford Marsalis (tenor saxophone); Tom Peterson (baritone saxophone); Chuck Findley (trumpet); Delfeayo Marsalis (trombone )

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  • Steve Allen - Plays Jazz Tonight

    Personnel: Steve Allen (piano), Glenn Zottola (trumpet), Ken Peplowski (clarinet, tenor saxophone), Howard Alden (guitar), Chuck Berghofer (bass), Frank Capp (drums).Personnel: Steve Allen (piano); Howard Alden (guitar); Ken Peplowski (clarinet, tenor saxophone); Glenn Zottola (trumpet); Frank Capp (drums).Audio Mixer: Phil Edwards .Liner Note Author: Frank Capp.Recording information: Sage & Sound Recording, Hollywood, CA.Photographer: Larry Hathaway.Unknown Contributor Roles: Chuck Berghofer; Glenn

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  • Bill Frisell - Blues Dream

    Personnel: Bill Frisell (acoustic & electric guitars, loops); Billy Drewes (alto saxophone); Ron Miles (trumpet); Curtis Fowlkes (trombone); Greg Leisz (lap steel, pedal steel, Scheerhorn resonator & National steel guitars, mandolin); David Piltch (bass); Kenny Wollesen (drums, percussion ) .Recorded at O'Henry Sound Studios, Burbank, California.BLUES DREAM is another in a series of guitarist Bill Frisell's painterly, roots-inflected explorations of American music. Here, Frisell is joined by a horn section

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  • Peter Big Band Hand - The Wizard of Jazz: A Tribute to Harold Arlen

    Personnel: Peter Hand (guitar); Kenny Berger, Ralph Lalama (reeds); Don Braden, Mike Migliore, Brad Leali (saxophone); Jim Rotondi , Cecil Bridgewater (trumpet); Brian 'Fletch' Pareschi, Valery Ponomarev (flugelhorn); Jim Pugh , Sam Burtis, John Mosca (trombone); Richard Wyands (piano); Harvie S (bass instrument); Steve Johns (drum ) .Guitarist /arranger Peter Hand assembled a big band for this concert, stocking it with a number of well-known veterans, but featuring tenor saxophonist Houston Person

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  • Willie Dixon - Willie's Blues

    Personnel: Willie Dixon (vocals, bass); Memphis Slim (piano); Wally Richardson (guitar); Al Ashby (tenor saxophone); Gus Johnson (drums). Recorded in Engelwood Cliffs, New Jersey on December 3, 1959. Originally released on Pretige/Bluesville (1003). Includes original liner notes by Dale Wright.Digitally remastered by Joe Tarantino (1990, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley).Willie Dixon's first album under his own name is a tasty, if rather curious affair. It was recorded at the dawn of the first great blues revival,

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  • American Jazz Orchestra - Central City Sketches

    Personnel: Benny Carter (conductor, arranger, alto saxophone, trumpet); Bill Easley, John Purcell (alto saxophone, flute); Lew Tabackin (tenor saxophone, flute); Loren Schoenberg (tenor saxophone); Danny Bank (baritone saxophone, bass clarinet); John Eckert, Virgil Jones, Bob Millikan, Marvin Stamm (trumpet); Eddie Bert, Jack Jeffers, Jimmy Knepper, Britt Woodman (trombone); John Lewis, Dick Katz (piano); Remo Palmier (guitar); Ron Carter (bass); Mel Lewis (drums).Benny Carter (Sax)/Benny Carter & The

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  • Mt. Hood Jazz Band & Combos - I'm Still Here

    Mt. Hood Jazz Band: Michael Bakus (guitar); Max Bryk, Billy Gaechter (alto saxophone); Sam Solano, Leon Cotter (tenor saxophone); Jon Vancura (baritone saxophone); Dustin Williams, Cory Palacios, Giancarlo Viviano, Jeff Johnson, Tom Peters (trumpet); Kevin Shepherd, Heidi Aispuro, David Alexander, Josh Bennett (trombone); Nick Ettlin (piano); Owen Hofman-Smith (bass guitar); Mitch Wilson, Susie May Jones.Personnel: Nancy King (vocals); Michael Backus (guitar); Josh Bennett (trombone); Mitch Wilson

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  • John Coltrane - Coltrane Plays the Blues

    Personnel: John Coltrane (soprano & tenor saxophones); McCoy Tyner (piano); Steve Davis (acoustic bass); Elvin Jones (drums).Recorded at Atlantic Studios, New York, New York on October 24, 1960. Includes liner notes by Joe Goldberg.Personnel: John Coltrane (soprano & tenor saxophones); McCoy Tyner (piano); Steve Davis (acoustic bass); Elvin Jones (drums).Producer: Nesuhi Ertegun.Reissue producer: Patrick Milligan.Recorded at Atlantic Studios, New York, New York on October 24, 1960. Originally released on

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  • John Mayall - Picking the Blues: Boogie Woogie Pioneers

    Personnel: Cleo Brown, Memphis Slim, Otis Spann, Speckled Red, Walter Roland, Charlie Spand (vocals, piano); Frankie "Half-Pint" Jaxon, Sonny Scott (vocals); Pete Johnson Blues Trio (guitar, piano); Ulysses Livingston, Tampa Red (guitar); Ernest Cotton (tenor saxophone); Jay McShann (piano, drums, percussion); Cripple Clarence Lofton, Pete Johnson & His Boogie Woogie Boys , Jimmy Yancey, Albert Ammons, Meade "Lux" Lewis, Romeo Nelson, Turner Parrish, Wesley Wallace, Cow Cow Davenport (piano); Big Crawford

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  • McCoy Tyner - Afro Blue

    Personnel: McCoy Tyner (piano); McCoy Tyner; Dave Valentin (flute); Claudio Roditi (trumpet, flugelhorn); Steve Turre (trombone); Stanley Clarke (acoustic bass, electric bass, bass guitar); Christian McBride, Charnett Moffett (bass guitar); Ignacio Berroa (drums); Johnny Almendra (timbales); Giovanni Hidalgo (percussion); Gary Bartz (saxophone); Terence Blanchard (trumpet); Bobby Hutcherson (vibraphone); Eric Harland, Al Foster, Lewis Nash (drums); Latin All Stars.Recording information: Ambient Recording

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  • David S. Ware - Organica: Solo Saxophones: Vol. 2

    Audio Mixer: Petr Cancura.Recording information: Elastic Arts, Umbrella Music Festival, Chicago (03/13/2010); The Bourbon Room, Park Slope, Brooklyn (03/13/2010); Elastic Arts, Umbrella Music Festival, Chicago (11/05/2010); The Bourbon Room, Park Slope, Brooklyn (11 /05 /2010 ) .Photographers : Michael Jackson ; Peter Gannushkin.On the second volume in a planned series of David S. Ware solo concerts, Aum Fidelity presents him in a different context than on Saturnian, which showcased the great saxophonist on

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  • Miles Davis - Bags' Groove

    Personnel: Miles Davis (trumpet); Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone); Milt Jackson (vibraphone); Thelonious Monk, Horace Silver (piano); Percy Heath (bass); Kenny Clarke (drums).Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey on June 29 and December 24, 1954. Originally released on Prestige (7109). Includes liner notes by Ira Gitler.Personnel: Miles Davis (trumpet); Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone); Horace Silver, Thelonious Monk (piano); Milt Jackson (vibraphone); Percy Heath (bass instrument); Kenny

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  • Charlie Parker - Bird in Time: 1940-1947

    Personnel: Charlie Parker (saxophone); Benny Goodman (clarinet); Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet); Erroll Garner, Jay McShann (piano); Milt Jackson (vibraphone); Cootie Williams, Earl Coleman, Hazel Scott, Rubberlegs Williams, Howard McGhee, Roy Porter, Teddy Edwards, Billy Eckstine, Barry Ulanov.Audio Remasterer: Douglas McGregor.After Louis Armstrong, probably the best-known and most influential jazz icon is Charlie Parker. In the mid-1940s, Parker was one of the prime movers of the then-controversial style

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  • Thelonious Monk - Genius of Modern Music Volume One

    Personnel: Thelonious Monk (piano); Sahib Shihab, Danny Quebec West (alto saxophone); Billy Smith (tenor saxophone); Idrees Sulieman, George Taitt (trumpet); Bob Paige, Gene Ramey (bass); Art Blakey (drums).Producer: Alfred Lion.Reissue producer: Michael Cuscuna.Recorded at WOR Studios, New York, New York on October 15 & 24 and November 21, 1947. Originally released on Bluenote (1510). Includes liner notes by Bob Blumenthal .Digitally remastered by Rudy Van Gelder.This is part of Blue Note's Rudy Van Gelder

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  • Steve Smith - The Best of Steve Smith: The Tone Center Collection

    Personnel: Steve Smith (drums); Frank Gamble, Larry Coryell (guitar); Jerry Goodman (violin); Howard Levy (harmonica, keyboards); Tom Coster (accordion); Steve Marcus (soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone); David Liebman (soprano saxophone); Andy Fusco (alto saxophone); Jeff Chimenti, Mark Soskin, Lee Musiker (piano); Aydin Esen (keyboards ) .Photographers : Marko Marcinko; Steve Jennings; R. Andrew Lepley.Arranger: Lee Musiker.Drummer Steve Smith's career as a premier jazz-rock fusion drummer has offered him

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  • Benny Golson - Best of Benny Golson

    Personnel: Benny Golson (tenor saxophone).Audio Remasterer: Joe Tarantino.Liner Note Author: Marc Myers.Since the 1950's, Benny Golson has been such an ever-present player on the American music scene that it's easy to take him for granted. He's a fine tenor saxophonist, composer, arranger, and conductor. Golson is also noted for composing the music for many films and TV shows. This BEST OF focuses on his career as a jazz bandleader, and it's as fine an example of classic mainstream/bebop jazz as one could

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  • Maynard Ferguson - Hollywood Jam Sessions 1954

    Personnel: Maynard Ferguson (trumpet, valve trombone); Herb Geller, Bud Shank (alto saxophone); Bob Cooper (tenor saxophone); Milt Bernhart (trombone); Claude Williamson, Russ Freeman (piano); Max Roach, Shelly Manne (drums).Liner Note Author: Jordi Pujol.Recording information: Hollywood, CA (02 /22 /1954 -02 /23 /1954 ) .At the time that the four lengthy selections on Hollywood Jam Sessions were recorded in 1954, Maynard Ferguson was a 25-year-old trumpeter who had already led his own band in Canada, had

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  • Arturo Sandoval - Trumpet Evolution

    Personnel includes: Arturo Sandoval (vocals, trumpet); Greg Huckins (alto & bass saxophones); Dan Higgins (saxophone, alto clarinet); Larry Hall, Wayne Bergeron, Gary Grant, Charlie Davis (trumpet); Bruce Otto, Dick Nash, Bill Reichenbach, Steve Holtman, Andy Martin, Charlie Loper (trombone); Dennis Budimer (guitar, banjo); Luis Conte (percussion ) .Includes liner notes by Arturo Sandoval, and Ouincy Jones.Trumpeter Arturo Sandoval is one of those cats who can never be predictable. He's either amazing --

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  • Steve Haines - Beginner's Mind

    Personnel includes: Steve Haines (upright bass).Steve Haines: David Lown (tenor saxophone); Rob Smith (trumpet); Chip Crawford (piano); Steve Haines (double bass); Tom Taylor (drums).Bassist Steve Haines is a well-kept secret -- or at least he had been up until the release of Beginner's Mind. Haines had been a session man for over a decade, and this is his debut. Recording with a fine group of peers in tenor saxophonist David Lown, Chip Crawford on piano, Rob Smith on trumpet, and drummer Tom Taylor, Haines

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  • Wes Montgomery - The Best of Wes Montgomery

    Personnel: Wes Montgomery (guitar, bass guitar); Wes Montgomery; Kenny Burrell (guitar); Margaret Rose (harp); Winston Collymore, Sylvan Shulman, Mac Ceppos, Samuel Rand, Isadore Zir, Paul Winter Consort, David Nadien, Gene Orloff, Harry Lookofsky (violin); Ralph Hersh, Burt Fisch (viola); Lucien Schmit, Kermit Moore (cello); James Clay (flute); Phil Bodner (woodwinds); Dick Hyman, Hank Jones (piano); Melvin Rhyne (organ); Milt Hinton, Monk Montgomery, Percy Heath, Ron Carter (bass instrument); Louis Hayes

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  • Will Scruggs - Bluebari Jam

    Personnel: Chris Duarte, Sid Wolf (guitar); Wes Funderburk (trombone); Zack Pride (bass guitar); Marlon Patton (drums); Will Scruggs (saxophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone); Brian Hogans (piano).Additional personnel: Chris Duarte, Sid Wolf, Wes Funderburk.Audio Mixer: Damien Lewis.Recording information: Exocet Studios, Atlanta, GA (06/29/2006).Will Scruggs' second CD as a leader (and first for a widely distributed label) shows tremendous growth. Alternating between baritone and tenor saxes, Scruggs

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