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Edith Piaf 

At The Olympia: 1961 & 1962

99 LEI

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2LP | NEW  | 2016

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World

2LP. Récital 1962, also known as Olympia 1962 and A l'Olympia 1962, is an album from Édith Piaf recorded live on September 27, 1962, at L'Olympia in Paris. The album includes a duet on "A Quoi Ca Sert L'Amour" ("What Good Is Love?") with Théo Sarapo, a 26-year-old singer who she married two weeks later.

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Stevie Wonder 

Tribute To Uncle Ray / Jazz Soul Of

79 LEI

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2LP | NEW  | 2016

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Jazz Soul R&B

Two Original Albums Plus Bonus Singles! Little Stevie Wonder Tribute To Uncle Ray / The Jazz Soul Of Little Stevie on 180g, 2LP. Stevie Wonder’s first two albums – The Jazz Soul of Little Stevie andTribute to Uncle Ray – both released in 1962 when he was just 12-years old and then known as Little Stevie Wonder. The all instrumental Jazz Soul of Little Stevie showcases the young artist’s already developed songwriting and instrumental chops while it’s follow-up Tribute to Uncle Ray finds Stevie paying respects to his musical hero Ray Charles with his now signature vocal abilities front and center. Little Stevie Wonder would become one of the 20th Century's most important and inuential recording artists.

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Ray Charles  David Newman 

Fathead

79 LEI

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LP | NEW  | 2019

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Funk Jazz Soul

Alto and tenor saxophonist David "Fathead" Newman was best known as sideman and soloist with Ray Charles. During the fifties, when Ray Charles was touring with his hits like "What'd I Say", "Talking About You", etc., he thought that his band, and his tenor man, David Newman, were so strong that they needed to record a straight ahead jazz album of their own. That album became "Ray Charles Presents David Newman". On that album there's also Hank Crawford playing on baritone sax, and trumpeter Marcus Belgrave, bassist Edgar Willis, drummer William Peeples and of course Ray Charles on piano, playing very strong solos. Is Ray Charles a great bebop player? Of course he is!

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Nat King Cole 

St. Louis Blues

79 LEI

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LP | NEW  | 2019

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Jazz

Original Album + 4 Bonus Tracks On 180g Vinyl LP, 180g. ‘St. Louis Blues’ is a 1958 album and soundtrack to the film of the same name starring Nat King Cole. The film is about and features classic blues songs written by the "father of the blues" W.C. Handy. Beautiful orchestration by Nelson Riddle and excellent interpretations by that wonderful unique smooth voice from Nat King Cole who knew how to sing the blues. Handy took the blues from a regional music style (Delta blues) with a limited audience to a new level of popularity. Handy’s finest compositions includes "Memphis Blues", "Yellow Dog Blues", "Beale Street Blues," "Careless Love" and of course the title song "St. Louis Blues".

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Bill Evans Trio 

Sunday at the Village Vanguard / Waltz for Debby

99 LEI

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2LP | NEW  | 2014

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Jazz Post Bop

Waltz for Debby is the fourth and final album by the Bill Evans Trio, a unit that redefined the notion of the piano trio. Recorded (like its companion volume Sunday at the Village Vanguard) just days before the accident that took bassist Scott LaFaro's life, it summarizes the level of creative interaction that made the famous trio a harbinger of jazz possibilities in the coming decades. Evans, LaFaro, and Paul Motian play with astounding freedom in these performances, maintaining all the while a keen balance and a pervasive sense of beauty. The flow of tempos and moods underscores the depth of the trio's concept, casting a spell that remains undimmed over half a century later. Vinyl Passion presents a double shot of the extremely influential Bill Evans Trio's career milestones Sunday At The Village Vanguard and Waltz For Debby in one 2LP, 180g, package!

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Ella Fitzgerald  Nelson Riddle 

Ella swings brightly with Nelson / Ella swings gently with Nelson

79 LEI

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2LP | NEW  | 2017

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Jazz Pop

The two great original albums ‘Ella Swings Brightly with Nelson’ (1962) and * ‘Ella Swings Gently With Nelson’* (1962) placed on a double vinyl. ‘Ella Swings Brightly with Nelson’ is accompanied by an orchestra arranged by Nelson Riddle. This fantastic album, was also the album which “gave” her the Grammy award for Best Vocal Performance Female.

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Mal Waldron 

Left Alone

75 LEI

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LP | NEW  | 2019

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Jazz

Reissue. In the 1950s and '60s, he typically sounded like a version of Thelonious Monk with the brightness turned way down, set against a powerful rhythmic sense. "Cat Walk" and "Minor Pulsation" on this record are classic examples of Waldron's style. Waldron mostly recorded for Prestige/New Jazz during this period, so it's refreshing hearing him on Bethlehem with a bit more lifelike piano sound.

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Jimmy Smith 

At Club Baby Grand Wilmington Delaware Vol 1 & 2

70 LEI

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2LP | NEW  | 2018

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Jazz Soul Hard Bop

'At Club Baby Grand' is a live album by American jazz organist Jimmy Smith featuring performances recorded at Club Baby Grand in Wilmington, Delaware in 1956 and originally released in 2 volumes. This is the organist at his raw, jawdropping best. You really do get the feeling of what those original jazz fans and curiosity seekers must have felt when first going to a Jimmy Smith show - the Charlie Parker of the organ. Also make no mistake, this is the Jimmy Smith show, and guitarist Thornel Schwartz and drummer Donald Bailey are simply along for the ride. Smith is bursting out with amazing rapid runs on the B-3, filling the air from one end of the room to the other as only he could.

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The Jazz Crusaders 

Freedom Sound / Lookin' Ahead

70 LEI

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2LP | NEW  | 2015

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Jazz Soul

Compilation, Remastered Historically, The Jazz Crusaders were a nucleus of four in search of a bass player. Wayne Henderson, Wilton Felder, Joe Sample and Stix Hooper, were working together in various bands since their junior high school days in Houston, Texas circa 1953. After leaving Texas and settling in Los Angeles, they made their first album, Freedom Sound, in 1961, and started musicians and critics talking about the aggressive new group from Texas, firmly rooted in tradition and growing inevitably from the blues. The second album, Lookin Ahead, definitely shows that The Jazz Crusaders were not merely a group of upstart youngsters blowing a library of well-arranged tunes, but a unit that brought a remarkable degree of maturity and ensemble rapport to their collective playing.

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Erroll Garner 

Plays Misty / Concert By The Sea

70 LEI

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2LP | NEW  | 2013

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Jazz

Released in 1956, that album would become Garner’s defining work: a crossover hit and a pianistic touchstone, despite a murky sound quality that reflected its makeshift origins. “Concert by the Sea” was a cornerstone of his transcendent pop career, along with his lush romantic ballad “Misty,” which became a standard and, for Johnny Mathis, a calling card. From the 1950s into the ’70s, Garner was one of a handful of jazz musicians known to a mainstream audience: a sterling concert attraction; a show-business personality; a favorite guest on more than one edition of the “Tonight” show. (Steve Allen and Johnny Carson were both fans.) In 1971, Clint Eastwood made his film-directing debut with “Play Misty for Me,” a thriller in which he plays a disc jockey, and Garner’s song plays a pivotal role.

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