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Miles Davis
The Kind Of Blue Sessions ’59

Perhaps jazz's most important record of all time, Kind of Blue is canon for stating both the beauty and complexity of its genre. Miles Davis prepared very little with his band before they launched into the recordings, but Sessions '59 offers a glimpse at the process tha...view item »
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Thelonious Monk
Mulligan Meets Monk

Nothing here is off (how could it be?), but there's a sense that Monk is here more out of obligation than that he was excited about the recordings (the best evidence of this is the lack of a new Monk song, something he brought to both the Blakey gig and his album with Clark Terry made the following year, In Orbit). Still, it's a good album that ...view item »
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Charlie Mingus
East Coasting

His 1959 masterpiece, Mingus Ah Um, is an essential in any jazz collection, and Pithecanthropus Erectus, Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus and The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady are also required listening. East Coasting, recorded in August, 1957, is not as well known, but its resurrection as part of Shout! Factory's reissue program of classic...view item »
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Thelonious Monk
5 By Monk By 5

Monk and Rouse collaboration is one of Inspirational greater moments like Coltrane and Turner....view item »
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Miles Davis
New York Conception

Once again this is another great album from the incredible jazz genius that is Miles Davis. The album kicks off with the great "Conception" which is one of his most underrated tracks. Despite being one of his lesser known albums it is still an incredible listen and an underrated album. Another highlight for me is the great closer "Out of the Blu...view item »
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John Coltrane
Newport ’61

Saturday July 1st 1961. John Coltrane is playing at the Newport Jazz Festival in Rhode Island, along with McCoy Tyner on piano, Reggie Workman and Art Davis on bass, and Elvin Jones on drums. You should have been there, he was electric. Thankfully, with this recording it’s like you really were. On vinyl....view item »
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