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Chet Baker 

In New York

109 LEI

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Miles Davis 

Sketches of Spain

79 LEI

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The Jean-Pierre Leloir Collection, Deluxe Edition, Limited Edition, Reissue, Stereo, 180g, Gatefold. "Sketches of Spain" was Miles Davis and Gil Evans’ third conceptual album (they had worked together back in the late 1940s on the celebrated “Birth of the Cool” nonet sessions and would record their first conceptual LP "Miles Ahead" in 1957, followed by their adaptation of George Gershwin’s music for "Porgy and Bess" in 1958).

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Miles Davis 

Milestones

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The William Claxton Collection, 180 pure virgin vinyl LPs in Gatefold packaging. The 1958 Miles Davis group wasn’t a quintet but a sextet, with the addition of Julian “Cannonball” Adderley on alto sax. The band’s first studio album was Milestones. The rhythm section was the same as the classic 1956 quintet, with Red Garland on piano, Paul Chambers on bass and Philly Joe Jones on drums, plus Miles, Cannonball and John Coltrane.

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Miles Davis 

Miles Ahead

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The William Claxton Collection, 180 gram vinyl LP in Gatefold packaging. Miles Ahead, Miles’ first recording on fl ugelhorn, is a completely refi ned product in which the arrangements, the repertoire and the mood of every improvisation were carefully selected. Even though the album is formed by pieces by different composers, Evans’ arrangements create the effect of a concerto more than individual pieces put together. The complete LP Steamin’ with the Miles Davis Quintet (Prestige PRLP-7200) has been added here as a bonus.

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Chet Baker 

For Lovers

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The William Claxton Collection, Compilation, Stereo, Mono, 180 gram vinyl LP in Gatefold packaging In his dual role as a trumpeter and as a singer, Chet was one of the undisputed masters of the jazz ballad able to reach climaxes of intense feeling and intimacy. What better to illustrate this LP that two photographs of Chet with a lover on the cover, girlfriend Liliane Cukier in Hollywood 1955 and inside, with his wife, Halema Alli in Redondo Beach, 1956. The photographs of William Claxton define the essence of cool – his stunningly intimate images of icons like Chet Baker combine technical innovation and an unerring sense of the moment to forge a singular aesthetic he defined as ‘jazz for the eyes’ - Jason Ankeny (AllMusic)

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Chet Baker 

Chet Is Back!

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Limited Edition, Reissue, Stereo, 180 gram vinyl LP in Gatefold packaging Chet Baker recorded Chet Is Back! on January 5, 1962, just three weeks after having been released from his drug-related imprisonment in Italy. He was accompanied on the LP by a number of highly talented European players, among them two Belgian stars: tenor saxophonist, flutist and composer Bobby Jaspar, and guitarist René Thomas. Both musicians had their own drug problems (Jaspar would die from a heart attack on February 28, 1963, at the age of 37; Thomas would follow on January 3, 1975, aged 47). Baker didn’t sing on this album, which features him performing spirited trumpet solos. Matt Collar gave the LP a four-star rating in AllMusic Guide. “Recorded in Italy in 1962,” wrote Collar, “Chet Is Back! showcases the ‘cool’ trumpeter cutting loose on such bop-oriented workouts as ‘Pent-Up House’ and ‘Well, You Needn’t’. Backed skillfully by a young cadre of up-and-coming European musicians, including the stellar saxophonist Bobby Jaspar, Chet Baker may have never sounded better, including the ballads. One listen to ‘Over the Rainbow’ and it’s clear this is an overlooked Baker classic.”

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Eric Dolphy Quintet 

Outward Bound

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The Francis Wolff Collection, Deluxe Gatefold Sleeve, 180-gram Pure Virgin Vinyl LP In Gatefold Packaging, Images By Iconic Jazz Photographer Francis Wolf, 5 Downbeat Magazine, Includes 2 Bonus Tracks Presented here is the complete original LP Outward Bound, Eric Dolphy’s first album as a leader. He had been recording since 1948, when he was a member of the Roy Porter orchestra. In the twelve years that separate those early sides from Outward Bound he would gain renown as a member of the Chico Hamilton Quintet, just before joining Charles Mingus in 1960, for the first of their various collaborative phases. The album features Dolphy in a quintet format with Freddie Hubbard on trumpet, Jaki Byard on piano, George Tucker on bass and Roy Haynes on drums. This was the first of various collaborations between Dolphy and Hubbard, and one of the very best.

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Cecil Taylor 

The World Of Cecil Taylor

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"The World of Cecil Taylor" was the pianist’s first LP for the short-lived Candid label. Cecil Taylor’s work for the label took place during the first years of his career as a leader.At the time he taped The World of Cecil Taylor, he had only recorded four albums: Jazz Advance (1956), Looking Ahead! (1958), Hard Driving Jazz (1958) with John Coltrane, and Love for Sale (1959). Some of the numbers the pianist chose to release were improvised one-takes, while others were tried various times. The most notable case is that of “Air”, for which 29 takes were needed in order to produce the master take approved by Taylor. Deluxe Gatefold sleeve, 180-gram pure virgin vinyl LP in Gatefold packaging, images by iconic jazz photographer Francis Wolf, 5 stars all music guide

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Art Farmer Quartet 

Art

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The Francis Wolff Collection, Bonus Track, 180 Gram Gatefold LP

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John Coltrane 

Blue Train

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180 Gram Gatefold LP Tenor saxophonist John Coltrane’s September 15, 1957 studio session in Hackensack, New Jersey produced all of the material for the legendary album Blue Train. The LP marked the first time that Trane was given the opportunity to select his own sidemen for a date. He made good use of his newfound freedom, enlisting the support of trumpeter Lee Morgan, trombonist Curtis Fuller, pianist Kenny Drew, bassist Paul Chambers and drummer Philly Joe Jones. When asked in a 1960 radio interview which was his favorite of all the albums he recorded up to that point, Coltrane was quick to reply: Blue Train. Two selections presenting Trane in a quartet format backed by the same rhythm section (originally issued on Paul Chambers’ LP Chambers’ Music) have been added as a bonus.

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