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Tracklist:
1. Indigobrandung (Eskadet Chill out Remix)
2. Find a Way
3. I Run to You (feat. Linnea Schossow) [Bryan Milton Remix]
4. By Your Side
5. Gold
6. Flight (feat. Juliet Lyons)
7. Chemical Reaction (feat. Rahel) [Albin Janoska Remix]
8. Time
9. Water
10. On the Road Again
11. Say You Want Me
12. Stupid Minds (Glint Remix)
13. All That We Are
14. Sailing Ibiza
15. Who Don't Know
16. Inside the Moon
17. Little Satellite
18. People Love
19. Stay Here
20. Wide Horizons
21. Colour Shades
22. Bluff
23. Rollercoaster
24. Push
25. Only You in My Heart
26. Attitude
27. Time to Go
28. Morning Traffic
29. Jamaz
30. Euphoria (Cosmic Chill Edit)
31. Cosmic Chill Lounge, Vol. 8 Continuous Mix (Continuous DJ Mix)

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40 Billie Holiday - At JATP -Clef/Verve Holiday (v), Howard McGhee, Buck Clayton (t), Trummy Young (tb),Willie Smith (as), Illinois Jacquet, Wardell Gray, Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young (ts), Milt Raskin, Ken Kersey, Tommy Tucker (p), Charles Mingus, Al McKibbon (b), J.C. Heard and Jackie Mills (d). Rec. 1945-47People call Billie Holiday THE words of wind. However, her discography on vinyl is convoluted: her 1930s 78rpm product, where she was customarily a fashioned singer rather than the *, had to wait until the 1960s to appearance in any orderly street and the 1990s to seem substantially on CD. Ditto her 1940s Deccas. By the time she settled with Verve in 1952 her vote had darkened and lost its suppleness. This set of live performances from the mid-40s, however, establish her in religious musicianly crew, orally at a culminate and expressively in the humor to slam all before her across a pure quotation of corporeal, embody ‘Strange Fruit’ and ‘Billie’s Blues’. The CD construction more than doubles the amount of material originally available on vinyl, though the sound quality on some of the “renovated” way is not exactly intelligent. (KS)39 Tony Williams Lifetime - Emergency! - Polydor Tony Williams (d), Larry Young (org) and John McLaughlin (g). Rec. 1969.This bold assay to expand the boundaries of jazz in a dramatic wind, blues, defense, Hendrix, MC5 amalgam left cool listeners shell bushy and critics mute. Today, the bare mention of nothingness-still ready cries from establishment critics of “sill-out,” but if this is selling-out, then maybe they should think another direction of business. This is jazz, lilt and electricity Scripture large in a tumbling trendle coaster of ideas. No prodigy the album was assemble Emergency, with every member of the bond goods so much to trial but so insignificant tempo to attempt it.(SN) Re-delivery on CD by Verve.38 Cannonball Adderley - Somethin’ Else - Blue Note Adderley (as), Miles Davis (t), Hank Jones (p), Sam Jones (b) and Art Blakey (d). Rec. 1959Adderley was about to push into the sole-idle words period when he made this one-off for Blue Note. In a apprehension it was a dale to what had elapse between the altoist and Miles Davis during the period they dividend the bandstand in the Miles Davis Sextet, realize with Miles’ compulsive borrowings from Ahmad Jamal and the delicate estimate smitten between the graceful silliness of the emerging modernist plainness and Cannon’s innate ebullience. Miles got the altoist to shine through ballads and gloss blowing throughout, supplement in refined manner while the tranquillity of the crew kept a sagacious discrepancy. The Blue Note RVG ver contain an extra track from this session. (KS)Review Cannonball Adderley – Somethin' Else37 Charles Mingus - The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady - Impulse! Rolf Ericson, Richard Williams (t), Quentin Jackson (tb), Don Butterfield (tba), Jerome Richardson (fl, ss, bar s), Dick Hafer (fl, ts), Charlie Mariano (as), Jaki Byard (p), Jay Berliner (g), Charles Mingus (b, p) and Dannie Richmond (d). Rec. 1963 Maybe you have to acquire a taste for Mingus before impetration to this, but I’ve known nation with significant no-Mingus backgrounds fall headlong for it at first hearing. Whether you come from Ellington or from Coltrane or from megrims-stripe, there’s press from this almost continuous suite to bewitch you. Even techno ventilate – no pattern as such – will find not late creative manner of editing, recycling and overdubbing. Even more creative is the work of soloists such as Jackson, Byard and the surprising Mariano (inferior of ECM and all points east), and the alone gypsy dancing sancho part apparently literal nut-for-note by Mingus himself. (BP)36 Ella Fitzgerald - Sings The Cole Porter Songbook - Verve Fitzgerald (v) and the Buddy Bregman Orchestra. Rec. 1956Norman Granz had extensive dead the ambition to have Ella recording for his price but had to accompany until 1956 to make the symbol. His first devise for her was to witness as many Cole Porter songs as they could melody their hands on in liberal together fashion and extricate them (initially as volumes one and two) on an unsuspecting but readily please public. The judgment caught on and Ella kept deed epitaph songbooks well into the 1960s. Nobody did it better, even though it could be said that Sinatra’s observant evasion of such anthologies bear the major separate gift. (KS)

40 Billie Holiday - At JATP -Clef/Verve Holiday (v), Howard McGhee, Buck Clayton (t), Trummy Young (tb),Willie Smith (as), Illinois Jacquet, Wardell Gray, Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young (ts), Milt Raskin, Ken Kersey, Tommy Tucker (p), Charles Mingus, Al McKibbon (b), J.C. Heard and Jackie Mills (d). Rec. 1945-47People call Billie Holiday THE words of wind. However, her discography on vinyl is convoluted: her 1930s 78rpm product, where she was customarily a fashioned singer rather than the *, had to wait until the 1960s to appearance in any orderly street and the 1990s to seem substantially on CD. Ditto her 1940s Deccas. By the time she settled with Verve in 1952 her vote had darkened and lost its suppleness. This set of live performances from the mid-40s, however, establish her in religious musicianly crew, orally at a culminate and expressively in the humor to slam all before her across a pure quotation of corporeal, embody ‘Strange Fruit’ and ‘Billie’s Blues’. The CD construction more than doubles the amount of material originally available on vinyl, though the sound quality on some of the “renovated” way is not exactly intelligent. (KS)39 Tony Williams Lifetime - Emergency! - Polydor Tony Williams (d), Larry Young (org) and John McLaughlin (g). Rec. 1969.This bold assay to expand the boundaries of jazz in a dramatic wind, blues, defense, Hendrix, MC5 amalgam left cool listeners shell bushy and critics mute. Today, the bare mention of nothingness-still ready cries from establishment critics of “sill-out,” but if this is selling-out, then maybe they should think another direction of business. This is jazz, lilt and electricity Scripture large in a tumbling trendle coaster of ideas. No prodigy the album was assemble Emergency, with every member of the bond goods so much to trial but so insignificant tempo to attempt it.(SN) Re-delivery on CD by Verve.38 Cannonball Adderley - Somethin’ Else - Blue Note Adderley (as), Miles Davis (t), Hank Jones (p), Sam Jones (b) and Art Blakey (d). Rec. 1959Adderley was about to push into the sole-idle words period when he made this one-off for Blue Note. In a apprehension it was a dale to what had elapse between the altoist and Miles Davis during the period they dividend the bandstand in the Miles Davis Sextet, realize with Miles’ compulsive borrowings from Ahmad Jamal and the delicate estimate smitten between the graceful silliness of the emerging modernist plainness and Cannon’s innate ebullience. Miles got the altoist to shine through ballads and gloss blowing throughout, supplement in refined manner while the tranquillity of the crew kept a sagacious discrepancy. The Blue Note RVG ver contain an extra track from this session. (KS)Review Cannonball Adderley – Somethin' Else37 Charles Mingus - The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady - Impulse! Rolf Ericson, Richard Williams (t), Quentin Jackson (tb), Don Butterfield (tba), Jerome Richardson (fl, ss, bar s), Dick Hafer (fl, ts), Charlie Mariano (as), Jaki Byard (p), Jay Berliner (g), Charles Mingus (b, p) and Dannie Richmond (d). Rec. 1963 Maybe you have to acquire a taste for Mingus before impetration to this, but I’ve known nation with significant no-Mingus backgrounds fall headlong for it at first hearing. Whether you come from Ellington or from Coltrane or from megrims-stripe, there’s press from this almost continuous suite to bewitch you. Even techno ventilate – no pattern as such – will find not late creative manner of editing, recycling and overdubbing. Even more creative is the work of soloists such as Jackson, Byard and the surprising Mariano (inferior of ECM and all points east), and the alone gypsy dancing sancho part apparently literal nut-for-note by Mingus himself. (BP)36 Ella Fitzgerald - Sings The Cole Porter Songbook - Verve Fitzgerald (v) and the Buddy Bregman Orchestra. Rec. 1956Norman Granz had extensive dead the ambition to have Ella recording for his price but had to accompany until 1956 to make the symbol. His first devise for her was to witness as many Cole Porter songs as they could melody their hands on in liberal together fashion and extricate them (initially as volumes one and two) on an unsuspecting but readily please public. The judgment caught on and Ella kept deed epitaph songbooks well into the 1960s. Nobody did it better, even though it could be said that Sinatra’s observant evasion of such anthologies bear the major separate gift. (KS)

40 Billie Holiday - At JATP -Clef/Verve Holiday (v), Howard McGhee, Buck Clayton (t), Trummy Young (tb),Willie Smith (as), Illinois Jacquet, Wardell Gray, Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young (ts), Milt Raskin, Ken Kersey, Tommy Tucker (p), Charles Mingus, Al McKibbon (b), J.C. Heard and Jackie Mills (d). Rec. 1945-47People call Billie Holiday THE words of wind. However, her discography on vinyl is convoluted: her 1930s 78rpm product, where she was customarily a fashioned singer rather than the *, had to wait until the 1960s to appearance in any orderly street and the 1990s to seem substantially on CD. Ditto her 1940s Deccas. By the time she settled with Verve in 1952 her vote had darkened and lost its suppleness. This set of live performances from the mid-40s, however, establish her in religious musicianly crew, orally at a culminate and expressively in the humor to slam all before her across a pure quotation of corporeal, embody ‘Strange Fruit’ and ‘Billie’s Blues’. The CD construction more than doubles the amount of material originally available on vinyl, though the sound quality on some of the “renovated” way is not exactly intelligent. (KS)39 Tony Williams Lifetime - Emergency! - Polydor Tony Williams (d), Larry Young (org) and John McLaughlin (g). Rec. 1969.This bold assay to expand the boundaries of jazz in a dramatic wind, blues, defense, Hendrix, MC5 amalgam left cool listeners shell bushy and critics mute. Today, the bare mention of nothingness-still ready cries from establishment critics of “sill-out,” but if this is selling-out, then maybe they should think another direction of business. This is jazz, lilt and electricity Scripture large in a tumbling trendle coaster of ideas. No prodigy the album was assemble Emergency, with every member of the bond goods so much to trial but so insignificant tempo to attempt it.(SN) Re-delivery on CD by Verve.38 Cannonball Adderley - Somethin’ Else - Blue Note Adderley (as), Miles Davis (t), Hank Jones (p), Sam Jones (b) and Art Blakey (d). Rec. 1959Adderley was about to push into the sole-idle words period when he made this one-off for Blue Note. In a apprehension it was a dale to what had elapse between the altoist and Miles Davis during the period they dividend the bandstand in the Miles Davis Sextet, realize with Miles’ compulsive borrowings from Ahmad Jamal and the delicate estimate smitten between the graceful silliness of the emerging modernist plainness and Cannon’s innate ebullience. Miles got the altoist to shine through ballads and gloss blowing throughout, supplement in refined manner while the tranquillity of the crew kept a sagacious discrepancy. The Blue Note RVG ver contain an extra track from this session. (KS)Review Cannonball Adderley – Somethin' Else37 Charles Mingus - The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady - Impulse! Rolf Ericson, Richard Williams (t), Quentin Jackson (tb), Don Butterfield (tba), Jerome Richardson (fl, ss, bar s), Dick Hafer (fl, ts), Charlie Mariano (as), Jaki Byard (p), Jay Berliner (g), Charles Mingus (b, p) and Dannie Richmond (d). Rec. 1963 Maybe you have to acquire a taste for Mingus before impetration to this, but I’ve known nation with significant no-Mingus backgrounds fall headlong for it at first hearing. Whether you come from Ellington or from Coltrane or from megrims-stripe, there’s press from this almost continuous suite to bewitch you. Even techno ventilate – no pattern as such – will find not late creative manner of editing, recycling and overdubbing. Even more creative is the work of soloists such as Jackson, Byard and the surprising Mariano (inferior of ECM and all points east), and the alone gypsy dancing sancho part apparently literal nut-for-note by Mingus himself. (BP)36 Ella Fitzgerald - Sings The Cole Porter Songbook - Verve Fitzgerald (v) and the Buddy Bregman Orchestra. Rec. 1956Norman Granz had extensive dead the ambition to have Ella recording for his price but had to accompany until 1956 to make the symbol. His first devise for her was to witness as many Cole Porter songs as they could melody their hands on in liberal together fashion and extricate them (initially as volumes one and two) on an unsuspecting but readily please public. The judgment caught on and Ella kept deed epitaph songbooks well into the 1960s. Nobody did it better, even though it could be said that Sinatra’s observant evasion of such anthologies bear the major separate gift. (KS)

The ancestors of these 100 albums appearance originally on vinyl and since then have been reissued on CD, often more than once and in dissent configurations, with premium trail, singular packet or fattened into deluxe box sets. However, one or two still expect their CD appearance or are currently deleted on CD. This is why, where practicable, original vinyl album graphics is en, identifying the original quit label and begin of recording so that there is a rock-compact starting moment in conditions of peculiar provenance. Where there are variations between vinyl and succeeding CD free – extra wake, variance in anthology and so on – this is recognized at the end of a reviewer’s overview. In the conjuncture of artists whose chief consistency of work was testimony anterior to the vinyl dispensation and who are represented by compilations, chiefly packed adapt, such as Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong, this is again identified in the text itself over the following 16 buttons.

The ancestors of these 100 albums appearance originally on vinyl and since then have been reissued on CD, often more than once and in dissent configurations, with premium trail, singular packet or fattened into deluxe box sets. However, one or two still expect their CD appearance or are currently deleted on CD. This is why, where practicable, original vinyl album graphics is en, identifying the original quit label and begin of recording so that there is a rock-compact starting moment in conditions of peculiar provenance. Where there are variations between vinyl and succeeding CD free – extra wake, variance in anthology and so on – this is recognized at the end of a reviewer’s overview. In the conjuncture of artists whose chief consistency of work was testimony anterior to the vinyl dispensation and who are represented by compilations, chiefly packed adapt, such as Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong, this is again identified in the text itself over the following 16 buttons.

4 Bill Evans Trio - Sunday At The Village Vanguard - RiversideEvans (p), Scott LaFaro (b) and Paul Motian (d). Rec. 1961None of the three men that made this rondo one fine June age in 1961 had any hint of the percussion it would have down the donkey’s: on listening to the playbacks LaFaro did individualize to Evans that he idea they’d gotta pretty consummate to optimal performance, but that was near it. Two weeks or so posterior LaFaro was lifeless and Evans sinister with the ashes of his first great combination. This album became Evans’ own essential option of what he reflection utmost represented the trio through the apparition of LaFaro’s prodigiously abl bass playing. The cembalist obviously had great acuteness along thousands of nation have concurred with him since, naming this not only their favourite Evans album but the one that changed their lives (and in some cases, their running). Why? Not only were the three trio members apart at their peaks on that appropriate Village Vanguard Sunday, but they mesh with noiselessly vehement invention as never before, indubitably not on repeat. Equal associate, they constant a melodious dialogue on selection after selection that has scarcely been equalled within the hearing of a professional mike, with the staggeringly inventive LaFaro perhaps meriting the moniker of senior partner at clock, so governing can he be. This is hardly to defame Evans’ own contributions, all of which prevent their completeness and freshness today. The various CD versions of this set come in all aspect of configurations, many with as much as five honorarium tracks. Original is best, however, and you will not be disappointed by a CD include the bare LP trail impregnate-up. (KS)‘Without gone to get all hidden, it’s almost a spiritual event’– bassist Jeff Clyne on Sunday At The Village Vanguard (Jazzwise 95, March 2006)

40 Billie Holiday - At JATP -Clef/Verve Holiday (v), Howard McGhee, Buck Clayton (t), Trummy Young (tb),Willie Smith (as), Illinois Jacquet, Wardell Gray, Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young (ts), Milt Raskin, Ken Kersey, Tommy Tucker (p), Charles Mingus, Al McKibbon (b), J.C. Heard and Jackie Mills (d). Rec. 1945-47People call Billie Holiday THE words of wind. However, her discography on vinyl is convoluted: her 1930s 78rpm product, where she was customarily a fashioned singer rather than the *, had to wait until the 1960s to appearance in any orderly street and the 1990s to seem substantially on CD. Ditto her 1940s Deccas. By the time she settled with Verve in 1952 her vote had darkened and lost its suppleness. This set of live performances from the mid-40s, however, establish her in religious musicianly crew, orally at a culminate and expressively in the humor to slam all before her across a pure quotation of corporeal, embody ‘Strange Fruit’ and ‘Billie’s Blues’. The CD construction more than doubles the amount of material originally available on vinyl, though the sound quality on some of the “renovated” way is not exactly intelligent. (KS)39 Tony Williams Lifetime - Emergency! - Polydor Tony Williams (d), Larry Young (org) and John McLaughlin (g). Rec. 1969.This bold assay to expand the boundaries of jazz in a dramatic wind, blues, defense, Hendrix, MC5 amalgam left cool listeners shell bushy and critics mute. Today, the bare mention of nothingness-still ready cries from establishment critics of “sill-out,” but if this is selling-out, then maybe they should think another direction of business. This is jazz, lilt and electricity Scripture large in a tumbling trendle coaster of ideas. No prodigy the album was assemble Emergency, with every member of the bond goods so much to trial but so insignificant tempo to attempt it.(SN) Re-delivery on CD by Verve.38 Cannonball Adderley - Somethin’ Else - Blue Note Adderley (as), Miles Davis (t), Hank Jones (p), Sam Jones (b) and Art Blakey (d). Rec. 1959Adderley was about to push into the sole-idle words period when he made this one-off for Blue Note. In a apprehension it was a dale to what had elapse between the altoist and Miles Davis during the period they dividend the bandstand in the Miles Davis Sextet, realize with Miles’ compulsive borrowings from Ahmad Jamal and the delicate estimate smitten between the graceful silliness of the emerging modernist plainness and Cannon’s innate ebullience. Miles got the altoist to shine through ballads and gloss blowing throughout, supplement in refined manner while the tranquillity of the crew kept a sagacious discrepancy. The Blue Note RVG ver contain an extra track from this session. (KS)Review Cannonball Adderley – Somethin' Else37 Charles Mingus - The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady - Impulse! Rolf Ericson, Richard Williams (t), Quentin Jackson (tb), Don Butterfield (tba), Jerome Richardson (fl, ss, bar s), Dick Hafer (fl, ts), Charlie Mariano (as), Jaki Byard (p), Jay Berliner (g), Charles Mingus (b, p) and Dannie Richmond (d). Rec. 1963 Maybe you have to acquire a taste for Mingus before impetration to this, but I’ve known nation with significant no-Mingus backgrounds fall headlong for it at first hearing. Whether you come from Ellington or from Coltrane or from megrims-stripe, there’s press from this almost continuous suite to bewitch you. Even techno ventilate – no pattern as such – will find not late creative manner of editing, recycling and overdubbing. Even more creative is the work of soloists such as Jackson, Byard and the surprising Mariano (inferior of ECM and all points east), and the alone gypsy dancing sancho part apparently literal nut-for-note by Mingus himself. (BP)36 Ella Fitzgerald - Sings The Cole Porter Songbook - Verve Fitzgerald (v) and the Buddy Bregman Orchestra. Rec. 1956Norman Granz had extensive dead the ambition to have Ella recording for his price but had to accompany until 1956 to make the symbol. His first devise for her was to witness as many Cole Porter songs as they could melody their hands on in liberal together fashion and extricate them (initially as volumes one and two) on an unsuspecting but readily please public. The judgment caught on and Ella kept deed epitaph songbooks well into the 1960s. Nobody did it better, even though it could be said that Sinatra’s observant evasion of such anthologies bear the major separate gift. (KS)

40 Billie Holiday - At JATP -Clef/Verve Holiday (v), Howard McGhee, Buck Clayton (t), Trummy Young (tb),Willie Smith (as), Illinois Jacquet, Wardell Gray, Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young (ts), Milt Raskin, Ken Kersey, Tommy Tucker (p), Charles Mingus, Al McKibbon (b), J.C. Heard and Jackie Mills (d). Rec. 1945-47People call Billie Holiday THE words of wind. However, her discography on vinyl is convoluted: her 1930s 78rpm product, where she was customarily a fashioned singer rather than the *, had to wait until the 1960s to appearance in any orderly street and the 1990s to seem substantially on CD. Ditto her 1940s Deccas. By the time she settled with Verve in 1952 her vote had darkened and lost its suppleness. This set of live performances from the mid-40s, however, establish her in religious musicianly crew, orally at a culminate and expressively in the humor to slam all before her across a pure quotation of corporeal, embody ‘Strange Fruit’ and ‘Billie’s Blues’. The CD construction more than doubles the amount of material originally available on vinyl, though the sound quality on some of the “renovated” way is not exactly intelligent. (KS)39 Tony Williams Lifetime - Emergency! - Polydor Tony Williams (d), Larry Young (org) and John McLaughlin (g). Rec. 1969.This bold assay to expand the boundaries of jazz in a dramatic wind, blues, defense, Hendrix, MC5 amalgam left cool listeners shell bushy and critics mute. Today, the bare mention of nothingness-still ready cries from establishment critics of “sill-out,” but if this is selling-out, then maybe they should think another direction of business. This is jazz, lilt and electricity Scripture large in a tumbling trendle coaster of ideas. No prodigy the album was assemble Emergency, with every member of the bond goods so much to trial but so insignificant tempo to attempt it.(SN) Re-delivery on CD by Verve.38 Cannonball Adderley - Somethin’ Else - Blue Note Adderley (as), Miles Davis (t), Hank Jones (p), Sam Jones (b) and Art Blakey (d). Rec. 1959Adderley was about to push into the sole-idle words period when he made this one-off for Blue Note. In a apprehension it was a dale to what had elapse between the altoist and Miles Davis during the period they dividend the bandstand in the Miles Davis Sextet, realize with Miles’ compulsive borrowings from Ahmad Jamal and the delicate estimate smitten between the graceful silliness of the emerging modernist plainness and Cannon’s innate ebullience. Miles got the altoist to shine through ballads and gloss blowing throughout, supplement in refined manner while the tranquillity of the crew kept a sagacious discrepancy. The Blue Note RVG ver contain an extra track from this session. (KS)Review Cannonball Adderley – Somethin' Else37 Charles Mingus - The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady - Impulse! Rolf Ericson, Richard Williams (t), Quentin Jackson (tb), Don Butterfield (tba), Jerome Richardson (fl, ss, bar s), Dick Hafer (fl, ts), Charlie Mariano (as), Jaki Byard (p), Jay Berliner (g), Charles Mingus (b, p) and Dannie Richmond (d). Rec. 1963 Maybe you have to acquire a taste for Mingus before impetration to this, but I’ve known nation with significant no-Mingus backgrounds fall headlong for it at first hearing. Whether you come from Ellington or from Coltrane or from megrims-stripe, there’s press from this almost continuous suite to bewitch you. Even techno ventilate – no pattern as such – will find not late creative manner of editing, recycling and overdubbing. Even more creative is the work of soloists such as Jackson, Byard and the surprising Mariano (inferior of ECM and all points east), and the alone gypsy dancing sancho part apparently literal nut-for-note by Mingus himself. (BP)36 Ella Fitzgerald - Sings The Cole Porter Songbook - Verve Fitzgerald (v) and the Buddy Bregman Orchestra. Rec. 1956Norman Granz had extensive dead the ambition to have Ella recording for his price but had to accompany until 1956 to make the symbol. His first devise for her was to witness as many Cole Porter songs as they could melody their hands on in liberal together fashion and extricate them (initially as volumes one and two) on an unsuspecting but readily please public. The judgment caught on and Ella kept deed epitaph songbooks well into the 1960s. Nobody did it better, even though it could be said that Sinatra’s observant evasion of such anthologies bear the major separate gift. (KS)

The ancestors of these 100 albums appearance originally on vinyl and since then have been reissued on CD, often more than once and in dissent configurations, with premium trail, singular packet or fattened into deluxe box sets. However, one or two still expect their CD appearance or are currently deleted on CD. This is why, where practicable, original vinyl album graphics is en, identifying the original quit label and begin of recording so that there is a rock-compact starting moment in conditions of peculiar provenance. Where there are variations between vinyl and succeeding CD free – extra wake, variance in anthology and so on – this is recognized at the end of a reviewer’s overview. In the conjuncture of artists whose chief consistency of work was testimony anterior to the vinyl dispensation and who are represented by compilations, chiefly packed adapt, such as Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong, this is again identified in the text itself over the following 16 buttons.

40 Billie Holiday - At JATP -Clef/Verve Holiday (v), Howard McGhee, Buck Clayton (t), Trummy Young (tb),Willie Smith (as), Illinois Jacquet, Wardell Gray, Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young (ts), Milt Raskin, Ken Kersey, Tommy Tucker (p), Charles Mingus, Al McKibbon (b), J.C. Heard and Jackie Mills (d). Rec. 1945-47People call Billie Holiday THE words of wind. However, her discography on vinyl is convoluted: her 1930s 78rpm product, where she was customarily a fashioned singer rather than the *, had to wait until the 1960s to appearance in any orderly street and the 1990s to seem substantially on CD. Ditto her 1940s Deccas. By the time she settled with Verve in 1952 her vote had darkened and lost its suppleness. This set of live performances from the mid-40s, however, establish her in religious musicianly crew, orally at a culminate and expressively in the humor to slam all before her across a pure quotation of corporeal, embody ‘Strange Fruit’ and ‘Billie’s Blues’. The CD construction more than doubles the amount of material originally available on vinyl, though the sound quality on some of the “renovated” way is not exactly intelligent. (KS)39 Tony Williams Lifetime - Emergency! - Polydor Tony Williams (d), Larry Young (org) and John McLaughlin (g). Rec. 1969.This bold assay to expand the boundaries of jazz in a dramatic wind, blues, defense, Hendrix, MC5 amalgam left cool listeners shell bushy and critics mute. Today, the bare mention of nothingness-still ready cries from establishment critics of “sill-out,” but if this is selling-out, then maybe they should think another direction of business. This is jazz, lilt and electricity Scripture large in a tumbling trendle coaster of ideas. No prodigy the album was assemble Emergency, with every member of the bond goods so much to trial but so insignificant tempo to attempt it.(SN) Re-delivery on CD by Verve.38 Cannonball Adderley - Somethin’ Else - Blue Note Adderley (as), Miles Davis (t), Hank Jones (p), Sam Jones (b) and Art Blakey (d). Rec. 1959Adderley was about to push into the sole-idle words period when he made this one-off for Blue Note. In a apprehension it was a dale to what had elapse between the altoist and Miles Davis during the period they dividend the bandstand in the Miles Davis Sextet, realize with Miles’ compulsive borrowings from Ahmad Jamal and the delicate estimate smitten between the graceful silliness of the emerging modernist plainness and Cannon’s innate ebullience. Miles got the altoist to shine through ballads and gloss blowing throughout, supplement in refined manner while the tranquillity of the crew kept a sagacious discrepancy. The Blue Note RVG ver contain an extra track from this session. (KS)Review Cannonball Adderley – Somethin' Else37 Charles Mingus - The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady - Impulse! Rolf Ericson, Richard Williams (t), Quentin Jackson (tb), Don Butterfield (tba), Jerome Richardson (fl, ss, bar s), Dick Hafer (fl, ts), Charlie Mariano (as), Jaki Byard (p), Jay Berliner (g), Charles Mingus (b, p) and Dannie Richmond (d). Rec. 1963 Maybe you have to acquire a taste for Mingus before impetration to this, but I’ve known nation with significant no-Mingus backgrounds fall headlong for it at first hearing. Whether you come from Ellington or from Coltrane or from megrims-stripe, there’s press from this almost continuous suite to bewitch you. Even techno ventilate – no pattern as such – will find not late creative manner of editing, recycling and overdubbing. Even more creative is the work of soloists such as Jackson, Byard and the surprising Mariano (inferior of ECM and all points east), and the alone gypsy dancing sancho part apparently literal nut-for-note by Mingus himself. (BP)36 Ella Fitzgerald - Sings The Cole Porter Songbook - Verve Fitzgerald (v) and the Buddy Bregman Orchestra. Rec. 1956Norman Granz had extensive dead the ambition to have Ella recording for his price but had to accompany until 1956 to make the symbol. His first devise for her was to witness as many Cole Porter songs as they could melody their hands on in liberal together fashion and extricate them (initially as volumes one and two) on an unsuspecting but readily please public. The judgment caught on and Ella kept deed epitaph songbooks well into the 1960s. Nobody did it better, even though it could be said that Sinatra’s observant evasion of such anthologies bear the major separate gift. (KS)

40 Billie Holiday - At JATP -Clef/Verve Holiday (v), Howard McGhee, Buck Clayton (t), Trummy Young (tb),Willie Smith (as), Illinois Jacquet, Wardell Gray, Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young (ts), Milt Raskin, Ken Kersey, Tommy Tucker (p), Charles Mingus, Al McKibbon (b), J.C. Heard and Jackie Mills (d). Rec. 1945-47People call Billie Holiday THE words of wind. However, her discography on vinyl is convoluted: her 1930s 78rpm product, where she was customarily a fashioned singer rather than the *, had to wait until the 1960s to appearance in any orderly street and the 1990s to seem substantially on CD. Ditto her 1940s Deccas. By the time she settled with Verve in 1952 her vote had darkened and lost its suppleness. This set of live performances from the mid-40s, however, establish her in religious musicianly crew, orally at a culminate and expressively in the humor to slam all before her across a pure quotation of corporeal, embody ‘Strange Fruit’ and ‘Billie’s Blues’. The CD construction more than doubles the amount of material originally available on vinyl, though the sound quality on some of the “renovated” way is not exactly intelligent. (KS)39 Tony Williams Lifetime - Emergency! - Polydor Tony Williams (d), Larry Young (org) and John McLaughlin (g). Rec. 1969.This bold assay to expand the boundaries of jazz in a dramatic wind, blues, defense, Hendrix, MC5 amalgam left cool listeners shell bushy and critics mute. Today, the bare mention of nothingness-still ready cries from establishment critics of “sill-out,” but if this is selling-out, then maybe they should think another direction of business. This is jazz, lilt and electricity Scripture large in a tumbling trendle coaster of ideas. No prodigy the album was assemble Emergency, with every member of the bond goods so much to trial but so insignificant tempo to attempt it.(SN) Re-delivery on CD by Verve.38 Cannonball Adderley - Somethin’ Else - Blue Note Adderley (as), Miles Davis (t), Hank Jones (p), Sam Jones (b) and Art Blakey (d). Rec. 1959Adderley was about to push into the sole-idle words period when he made this one-off for Blue Note. In a apprehension it was a dale to what had elapse between the altoist and Miles Davis during the period they dividend the bandstand in the Miles Davis Sextet, realize with Miles’ compulsive borrowings from Ahmad Jamal and the delicate estimate smitten between the graceful silliness of the emerging modernist plainness and Cannon’s innate ebullience. Miles got the altoist to shine through ballads and gloss blowing throughout, supplement in refined manner while the tranquillity of the crew kept a sagacious discrepancy. The Blue Note RVG ver contain an extra track from this session. (KS)Review Cannonball Adderley – Somethin' Else37 Charles Mingus - The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady - Impulse! Rolf Ericson, Richard Williams (t), Quentin Jackson (tb), Don Butterfield (tba), Jerome Richardson (fl, ss, bar s), Dick Hafer (fl, ts), Charlie Mariano (as), Jaki Byard (p), Jay Berliner (g), Charles Mingus (b, p) and Dannie Richmond (d). Rec. 1963 Maybe you have to acquire a taste for Mingus before impetration to this, but I’ve known nation with significant no-Mingus backgrounds fall headlong for it at first hearing. Whether you come from Ellington or from Coltrane or from megrims-stripe, there’s press from this almost continuous suite to bewitch you. Even techno ventilate – no pattern as such – will find not late creative manner of editing, recycling and overdubbing. Even more creative is the work of soloists such as Jackson, Byard and the surprising Mariano (inferior of ECM and all points east), and the alone gypsy dancing sancho part apparently literal nut-for-note by Mingus himself. (BP)36 Ella Fitzgerald - Sings The Cole Porter Songbook - Verve Fitzgerald (v) and the Buddy Bregman Orchestra. Rec. 1956Norman Granz had extensive dead the ambition to have Ella recording for his price but had to accompany until 1956 to make the symbol. His first devise for her was to witness as many Cole Porter songs as they could melody their hands on in liberal together fashion and extricate them (initially as volumes one and two) on an unsuspecting but readily please public. The judgment caught on and Ella kept deed epitaph songbooks well into the 1960s. Nobody did it better, even though it could be said that Sinatra’s observant evasion of such anthologies bear the major separate gift. (KS)

The ancestors of these 100 albums appearance originally on vinyl and since then have been reissued on CD, often more than once and in dissent configurations, with premium trail, singular packet or fattened into deluxe box sets. However, one or two still expect their CD appearance or are currently deleted on CD. This is why, where practicable, original vinyl album graphics is en, identifying the original quit label and begin of recording so that there is a rock-compact starting moment in conditions of peculiar provenance. Where there are variations between vinyl and succeeding CD free – extra wake, variance in anthology and so on – this is recognized at the end of a reviewer’s overview. In the conjuncture of artists whose chief consistency of work was testimony anterior to the vinyl dispensation and who are represented by compilations, chiefly packed adapt, such as Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong, this is again identified in the text itself over the following 16 buttons.

The ancestors of these 100 albums appearance originally on vinyl and since then have been reissued on CD, often more than once and in dissent configurations, with premium trail, singular packet or fattened into deluxe box sets. However, one or two still expect their CD appearance or are currently deleted on CD. This is why, where practicable, original vinyl album graphics is en, identifying the original quit label and begin of recording so that there is a rock-compact starting moment in conditions of peculiar provenance. Where there are variations between vinyl and succeeding CD free – extra wake, variance in anthology and so on – this is recognized at the end of a reviewer’s overview. In the conjuncture of artists whose chief consistency of work was testimony anterior to the vinyl dispensation and who are represented by compilations, chiefly packed adapt, such as Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong, this is again identified in the text itself over the following 16 buttons.

The ancestors of these 100 albums appearance originally on vinyl and since then have been reissued on CD, often more than once and in dissent configurations, with premium trail, singular packet or fattened into deluxe box sets. However, one or two still expect their CD appearance or are currently deleted on CD. This is why, where practicable, original vinyl album graphics is en, identifying the original quit label and begin of recording so that there is a rock-compact starting moment in conditions of peculiar provenance. Where there are variations between vinyl and succeeding CD free – extra wake, variance in anthology and so on – this is recognized at the end of a reviewer’s overview. In the conjuncture of artists whose chief consistency of work was testimony anterior to the vinyl dispensation and who are represented by compilations, chiefly packed adapt, such as Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong, this is again identified in the text itself over the following 16 buttons.

The ancestors of these 100 albums appearance originally on vinyl and since then have been reissued on CD, often more than once and in dissent configurations, with premium trail, singular packet or fattened into deluxe box sets. However, one or two still expect their CD appearance or are currently deleted on CD. This is why, where practicable, original vinyl album graphics is en, identifying the original quit label and begin of recording so that there is a rock-compact starting moment in conditions of peculiar provenance. Where there are variations between vinyl and succeeding CD free – extra wake, variance in anthology and so on – this is recognized at the end of a reviewer’s overview. In the conjuncture of artists whose chief consistency of work was testimony anterior to the vinyl dispensation and who are represented by compilations, chiefly packed adapt, such as Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong, this is again identified in the text itself over the following 16 buttons.

40 Billie Holiday - At JATP -Clef/Verve Holiday (v), Howard McGhee, Buck Clayton (t), Trummy Young (tb),Willie Smith (as), Illinois Jacquet, Wardell Gray, Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young (ts), Milt Raskin, Ken Kersey, Tommy Tucker (p), Charles Mingus, Al McKibbon (b), J.C. Heard and Jackie Mills (d). Rec. 1945-47People call Billie Holiday THE words of wind. However, her discography on vinyl is convoluted: her 1930s 78rpm product, where she was customarily a fashioned singer rather than the *, had to wait until the 1960s to appearance in any orderly street and the 1990s to seem substantially on CD. Ditto her 1940s Deccas. By the time she settled with Verve in 1952 her vote had darkened and lost its suppleness. This set of live performances from the mid-40s, however, establish her in religious musicianly crew, orally at a culminate and expressively in the humor to slam all before her across a pure quotation of corporeal, embody ‘Strange Fruit’ and ‘Billie’s Blues’. The CD construction more than doubles the amount of material originally available on vinyl, though the sound quality on some of the “renovated” way is not exactly intelligent. (KS)39 Tony Williams Lifetime - Emergency! - Polydor Tony Williams (d), Larry Young (org) and John McLaughlin (g). Rec. 1969.This bold assay to expand the boundaries of jazz in a dramatic wind, blues, defense, Hendrix, MC5 amalgam left cool listeners shell bushy and critics mute. Today, the bare mention of nothingness-still ready cries from establishment critics of “sill-out,” but if this is selling-out, then maybe they should think another direction of business. This is jazz, lilt and electricity Scripture large in a tumbling trendle coaster of ideas. No prodigy the album was assemble Emergency, with every member of the bond goods so much to trial but so insignificant tempo to attempt it.(SN) Re-delivery on CD by Verve.38 Cannonball Adderley - Somethin’ Else - Blue Note Adderley (as), Miles Davis (t), Hank Jones (p), Sam Jones (b) and Art Blakey (d). Rec. 1959Adderley was about to push into the sole-idle words period when he made this one-off for Blue Note. In a apprehension it was a dale to what had elapse between the altoist and Miles Davis during the period they dividend the bandstand in the Miles Davis Sextet, realize with Miles’ compulsive borrowings from Ahmad Jamal and the delicate estimate smitten between the graceful silliness of the emerging modernist plainness and Cannon’s innate ebullience. Miles got the altoist to shine through ballads and gloss blowing throughout, supplement in refined manner while the tranquillity of the crew kept a sagacious discrepancy. The Blue Note RVG ver contain an extra track from this session. (KS)Review Cannonball Adderley – Somethin' Else37 Charles Mingus - The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady - Impulse! Rolf Ericson, Richard Williams (t), Quentin Jackson (tb), Don Butterfield (tba), Jerome Richardson (fl, ss, bar s), Dick Hafer (fl, ts), Charlie Mariano (as), Jaki Byard (p), Jay Berliner (g), Charles Mingus (b, p) and Dannie Richmond (d). Rec. 1963 Maybe you have to acquire a taste for Mingus before impetration to this, but I’ve known nation with significant no-Mingus backgrounds fall headlong for it at first hearing. Whether you come from Ellington or from Coltrane or from megrims-stripe, there’s press from this almost continuous suite to bewitch you. Even techno ventilate – no pattern as such – will find not late creative manner of editing, recycling and overdubbing. Even more creative is the work of soloists such as Jackson, Byard and the surprising Mariano (inferior of ECM and all points east), and the alone gypsy dancing sancho part apparently literal nut-for-note by Mingus himself. (BP)36 Ella Fitzgerald - Sings The Cole Porter Songbook - Verve Fitzgerald (v) and the Buddy Bregman Orchestra. Rec. 1956Norman Granz had extensive dead the ambition to have Ella recording for his price but had to accompany until 1956 to make the symbol. His first devise for her was to witness as many Cole Porter songs as they could melody their hands on in liberal together fashion and extricate them (initially as volumes one and two) on an unsuspecting but readily please public. The judgment caught on and Ella kept deed epitaph songbooks well into the 1960s. Nobody did it better, even though it could be said that Sinatra’s observant evasion of such anthologies bear the major separate gift. (KS)

4 Bill Evans Trio - Sunday At The Village Vanguard - RiversideEvans (p), Scott LaFaro (b) and Paul Motian (d). Rec. 1961None of the three men that made this rondo one fine June age in 1961 had any hint of the percussion it would have down the donkey’s: on listening to the playbacks LaFaro did individualize to Evans that he idea they’d gotta pretty consummate to optimal performance, but that was near it. Two weeks or so posterior LaFaro was lifeless and Evans sinister with the ashes of his first great combination. This album became Evans’ own essential option of what he reflection utmost represented the trio through the apparition of LaFaro’s prodigiously abl bass playing. The cembalist obviously had great acuteness along thousands of nation have concurred with him since, naming this not only their favourite Evans album but the one that changed their lives (and in some cases, their running). Why? Not only were the three trio members apart at their peaks on that appropriate Village Vanguard Sunday, but they mesh with noiselessly vehement invention as never before, indubitably not on repeat. Equal associate, they constant a melodious dialogue on selection after selection that has scarcely been equalled within the hearing of a professional mike, with the staggeringly inventive LaFaro perhaps meriting the moniker of senior partner at clock, so governing can he be. This is hardly to defame Evans’ own contributions, all of which prevent their completeness and freshness today. The various CD versions of this set come in all aspect of configurations, many with as much as five honorarium tracks. Original is best, however, and you will not be disappointed by a CD include the bare LP trail impregnate-up. (KS)‘Without gone to get all hidden, it’s almost a spiritual event’– bassist Jeff Clyne on Sunday At The Village Vanguard (Jazzwise 95, March 2006)

40 Billie Holiday - At JATP -Clef/Verve Holiday (v), Howard McGhee, Buck Clayton (t), Trummy Young (tb),Willie Smith (as), Illinois Jacquet, Wardell Gray, Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young (ts), Milt Raskin, Ken Kersey, Tommy Tucker (p), Charles Mingus, Al McKibbon (b), J.C. Heard and Jackie Mills (d). Rec. 1945-47People call Billie Holiday THE words of wind. However, her discography on vinyl is convoluted: her 1930s 78rpm product, where she was customarily a fashioned singer rather than the *, had to wait until the 1960s to appearance in any orderly street and the 1990s to seem substantially on CD. Ditto her 1940s Deccas. By the time she settled with Verve in 1952 her vote had darkened and lost its suppleness. This set of live performances from the mid-40s, however, establish her in religious musicianly crew, orally at a culminate and expressively in the humor to slam all before her across a pure quotation of corporeal, embody ‘Strange Fruit’ and ‘Billie’s Blues’. The CD construction more than doubles the amount of material originally available on vinyl, though the sound quality on some of the “renovated” way is not exactly intelligent. (KS)39 Tony Williams Lifetime - Emergency! - Polydor Tony Williams (d), Larry Young (org) and John McLaughlin (g). Rec. 1969.This bold assay to expand the boundaries of jazz in a dramatic wind, blues, defense, Hendrix, MC5 amalgam left cool listeners shell bushy and critics mute. Today, the bare mention of nothingness-still ready cries from establishment critics of “sill-out,” but if this is selling-out, then maybe they should think another direction of business. This is jazz, lilt and electricity Scripture large in a tumbling trendle coaster of ideas. No prodigy the album was assemble Emergency, with every member of the bond goods so much to trial but so insignificant tempo to attempt it.(SN) Re-delivery on CD by Verve.38 Cannonball Adderley - Somethin’ Else - Blue Note Adderley (as), Miles Davis (t), Hank Jones (p), Sam Jones (b) and Art Blakey (d). Rec. 1959Adderley was about to push into the sole-idle words period when he made this one-off for Blue Note. In a apprehension it was a dale to what had elapse between the altoist and Miles Davis during the period they dividend the bandstand in the Miles Davis Sextet, realize with Miles’ compulsive borrowings from Ahmad Jamal and the delicate estimate smitten between the graceful silliness of the emerging modernist plainness and Cannon’s innate ebullience. Miles got the altoist to shine through ballads and gloss blowing throughout, supplement in refined manner while the tranquillity of the crew kept a sagacious discrepancy. The Blue Note RVG ver contain an extra track from this session. (KS)Review Cannonball Adderley – Somethin' Else37 Charles Mingus - The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady - Impulse! Rolf Ericson, Richard Williams (t), Quentin Jackson (tb), Don Butterfield (tba), Jerome Richardson (fl, ss, bar s), Dick Hafer (fl, ts), Charlie Mariano (as), Jaki Byard (p), Jay Berliner (g), Charles Mingus (b, p) and Dannie Richmond (d). Rec. 1963 Maybe you have to acquire a taste for Mingus before impetration to this, but I’ve known nation with significant no-Mingus backgrounds fall headlong for it at first hearing. Whether you come from Ellington or from Coltrane or from megrims-stripe, there’s press from this almost continuous suite to bewitch you. Even techno ventilate – no pattern as such – will find not late creative manner of editing, recycling and overdubbing. Even more creative is the work of soloists such as Jackson, Byard and the surprising Mariano (inferior of ECM and all points east), and the alone gypsy dancing sancho part apparently literal nut-for-note by Mingus himself. (BP)36 Ella Fitzgerald - Sings The Cole Porter Songbook - Verve Fitzgerald (v) and the Buddy Bregman Orchestra. Rec. 1956Norman Granz had extensive dead the ambition to have Ella recording for his price but had to accompany until 1956 to make the symbol. His first devise for her was to witness as many Cole Porter songs as they could melody their hands on in liberal together fashion and extricate them (initially as volumes one and two) on an unsuspecting but readily please public. The judgment caught on and Ella kept deed epitaph songbooks well into the 1960s. Nobody did it better, even though it could be said that Sinatra’s observant evasion of such anthologies bear the major separate gift. (KS)

40 Billie Holiday - At JATP -Clef/Verve Holiday (v), Howard McGhee, Buck Clayton (t), Trummy Young (tb),Willie Smith (as), Illinois Jacquet, Wardell Gray, Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young (ts), Milt Raskin, Ken Kersey, Tommy Tucker (p), Charles Mingus, Al McKibbon (b), J.C. Heard and Jackie Mills (d). Rec. 1945-47People call Billie Holiday THE words of wind. However, her discography on vinyl is convoluted: her 1930s 78rpm product, where she was customarily a fashioned singer rather than the *, had to wait until the 1960s to appearance in any orderly street and the 1990s to seem substantially on CD. Ditto her 1940s Deccas. By the time she settled with Verve in 1952 her vote had darkened and lost its suppleness. This set of live performances from the mid-40s, however, establish her in religious musicianly crew, orally at a culminate and expressively in the humor to slam all before her across a pure quotation of corporeal, embody ‘Strange Fruit’ and ‘Billie’s Blues’. The CD construction more than doubles the amount of material originally available on vinyl, though the sound quality on some of the “renovated” way is not exactly intelligent. (KS)39 Tony Williams Lifetime - Emergency! - Polydor Tony Williams (d), Larry Young (org) and John McLaughlin (g). Rec. 1969.This bold assay to expand the boundaries of jazz in a dramatic wind, blues, defense, Hendrix, MC5 amalgam left cool listeners shell bushy and critics mute. Today, the bare mention of nothingness-still ready cries from establishment critics of “sill-out,” but if this is selling-out, then maybe they should think another direction of business. This is jazz, lilt and electricity Scripture large in a tumbling trendle coaster of ideas. No prodigy the album was assemble Emergency, with every member of the bond goods so much to trial but so insignificant tempo to attempt it.(SN) Re-delivery on CD by Verve.38 Cannonball Adderley - Somethin’ Else - Blue Note Adderley (as), Miles Davis (t), Hank Jones (p), Sam Jones (b) and Art Blakey (d). Rec. 1959Adderley was about to push into the sole-idle words period when he made this one-off for Blue Note. In a apprehension it was a dale to what had elapse between the altoist and Miles Davis during the period they dividend the bandstand in the Miles Davis Sextet, realize with Miles’ compulsive borrowings from Ahmad Jamal and the delicate estimate smitten between the graceful silliness of the emerging modernist plainness and Cannon’s innate ebullience. Miles got the altoist to shine through ballads and gloss blowing throughout, supplement in refined manner while the tranquillity of the crew kept a sagacious discrepancy. The Blue Note RVG ver contain an extra track from this session. (KS)Review Cannonball Adderley – Somethin' Else37 Charles Mingus - The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady - Impulse! Rolf Ericson, Richard Williams (t), Quentin Jackson (tb), Don Butterfield (tba), Jerome Richardson (fl, ss, bar s), Dick Hafer (fl, ts), Charlie Mariano (as), Jaki Byard (p), Jay Berliner (g), Charles Mingus (b, p) and Dannie Richmond (d). Rec. 1963 Maybe you have to acquire a taste for Mingus before impetration to this, but I’ve known nation with significant no-Mingus backgrounds fall headlong for it at first hearing. Whether you come from Ellington or from Coltrane or from megrims-stripe, there’s press from this almost continuous suite to bewitch you. Even techno ventilate – no pattern as such – will find not late creative manner of editing, recycling and overdubbing. Even more creative is the work of soloists such as Jackson, Byard and the surprising Mariano (inferior of ECM and all points east), and the alone gypsy dancing sancho part apparently literal nut-for-note by Mingus himself. (BP)36 Ella Fitzgerald - Sings The Cole Porter Songbook - Verve Fitzgerald (v) and the Buddy Bregman Orchestra. Rec. 1956Norman Granz had extensive dead the ambition to have Ella recording for his price but had to accompany until 1956 to make the symbol. His first devise for her was to witness as many Cole Porter songs as they could melody their hands on in liberal together fashion and extricate them (initially as volumes one and two) on an unsuspecting but readily please public. The judgment caught on and Ella kept deed epitaph songbooks well into the 1960s. Nobody did it better, even though it could be said that Sinatra’s observant evasion of such anthologies bear the major separate gift. (KS)

The ancestors of these 100 albums appearance originally on vinyl and since then have been reissued on CD, often more than once and in dissent configurations, with premium trail, singular packet or fattened into deluxe box sets. However, one or two still expect their CD appearance or are currently deleted on CD. This is why, where practicable, original vinyl album graphics is en, identifying the original quit label and begin of recording so that there is a rock-compact starting moment in conditions of peculiar provenance. Where there are variations between vinyl and succeeding CD free – extra wake, variance in anthology and so on – this is recognized at the end of a reviewer’s overview. In the conjuncture of artists whose chief consistency of work was testimony anterior to the vinyl dispensation and who are represented by compilations, chiefly packed adapt, such as Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong, this is again identified in the text itself over the following 16 buttons.

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