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Ornette Coleman

The Shape Of Jazz To Come

    The Shape of Jazz To Come was a watershed event in the genesis of avant-guard jazz. The record shattered traditional concepts of jazz harmony, disposing of both the piano player and the whole idea of concretely outlined chord changes. The album includes Coleman's classic tune 'Lonely Woman.'

    "The element that pours out of this disc is creativity in strong, concentrated waves. Four of the half dozen Coleman originals in this collection grow out of bop roots, but Coleman hears other things, too. This is not easy music for the listener, but even at its most difficult it remains compelling." - John S. Wilson, DownBeat

    TRACK LISTING

    1. Lonely Woman
    2. Eventually
    3. Peace
    4. Focus On Sanity
    5. Congeniality
    6. Chronology
    7. Just For You

    John Coltrane

    Coltrane

      Overlooked on its original release, 'Coltrane' has since been regarded by as a major recording in the saxophonist's discography. Featuring the classic quartet and produced by Bob Thiele for Impulse, this special edition has two bonus tracks from the same sessions not included on the original LP: 'Impressions' and 'Up 'Gainst The Wall'.

      TRACK LISTING

      1. Out Of This World
      2. Soul Eyes
      3. Impressions
      4. The Inch Worm
      5. Tunji [toon-Gee]
      6. Miles' Mode
      7. Up 'gainst The Wall

      Billie Holiday

      The Complete Commodore Masters

        "These are top- notch performances at the very peak of Holiday's power as an artist." (Thom Jurek) Billie Holiday was probably the most lyrical and expressive female vocalist in jazz history. This set compiles her complete sessions for the legendary Commodore label. Made between Billie's contracts for Columbia / Okeh and Decca, these recordings present her in top form, backed by excellent small groups featuring such names as Frankie Newton, Freddie Webster, Tab Smith, Vic Dickenson, Eddie Heywood, and Sidney Catlett. Among the highlights of the set are Billie's frst version of the shocking "Strange Fruit", which she used to conclude her stage performances, as well as readings of famous standards she would never record again, such as "As Time Goes By" and "I'll Be Seeing You".

        TRACK LISTING

        1. Strange Fruit
        2. Yesterdays
        3. Fine And Mellow
        4. I Gotta Right To
        5. Sing The Blues
        6. How Am I To Know?
        7. My Old Flame
        8. I’ll Get By
        9. I Cover The Waterfront
        10. I'll Be Seeing You
        11. I’m Yours
        12. Embraceable You
        13. As Time Goes By
        14. He’s Funny That Way
        15. Lover Come Back To Me
        16. I Love My Man (Aka Billie’s Blues)
        17. On The Sunny Side Of The Street

        Sun Ra And His Arkestra

        Jazz In Silhouette

          Limited edition 180g blue vinyl pressing of Sun Ra and His Arkestra's classic 'Jazz In Silhouette', includes bonus track featuring John Gilmore and a unique sticker Penguin Guide To Jazz selected this album as part of its suggested "Core Collection" and awarded it a "crown" accolade. "Jazz in Silhouette stands as an overlooked masterpiece, a work that shows Ra not as a mere curiosity or backwater galaxy, but as a major creative force in the jazz universe, a centre of gravity around which many of jazz's major developments have orbited. This album simply inspires, no matter what perspective you adopt: rhythm, melody, ensemble or mood...Jazz in Silhouette shows Ra doing what he did like few others: looking at the past, present and future simultaneously while maintaining a unifed musical direction...what results is a captivating set of music that not only frmly establishes Ra in the jazz tradition, but actually puts him on its leading edge, pointing the direction forward." - Mathew Wuethrich

          TRACK LISTING

          1. Enlightenment
          2. Saturn
          3. Velvet
          4. Hours After
          5. Images
          6. Horoscope
          7. Blues At Midnight
          8. Back In Your Own Backyard

          Booker T. & The MG's

          Green Onions

            Booker T & The M.G's 'Green Onions' plus bonus tracks, pressed on limited edition 180g green vinyl.

            A seminal r&b instrumental album, 'Green Onions' was the 1962 debut by Booker T. & the M.G.'s on Stax Records. It reached number 33 on the pop album chart in the month of release and the title single was a worldwide hit that has since been covered by dozens of artists, including Georgie Fame, Graham Bond, The Blues Brothers, The Ventures, Tom Petty, The Shadows, Mongo Santamaría, Deep Purple, Byron Lee, Mike Bloomfeld & Al Cooper, Count Basie, and Henry Mancini to name just a few. The album was also included in Robert Dimery's, "1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You die."

            TRACK LISTING

            1. Green Onions 
            2. Rinky- Dink 
            3. I Got A Woman 
            4. Mo’ Onions 
            5. Twist And Shout 
            6. Behave Yourself 
            7. Squint-Eye 
            8. Stranger On The Shore 
            9. Lonely Avenue 
            10. One Who Really Loves You 
            11. Can't Sit Down 
            12. A Woman, A Lover, A Friend 
            13. Comin' Home Baby 
            14. Sit Still


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