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Back On the Scene (MONO) (Out Of Stock)You to can be Back on the Scene with Bennie Green accompanied by Charlie Rouse on tenor sax, Louis Hayes on drums, Joe Knight on piano and George Tucker on Bass. As part of the Classic Blue Note Signature LP reissue Series, this title was cut on Classic's All Tube Mono cutting system from the original full track Mono master tapes by Bernie Grundman, pressed on Classic's exclusive 200g Super Vinyl Profile and packaged in an authentic tip-on cover making this a must have. Tunes include: I Love You, Melba's Mood,Just Friends, You're Mine You, Bennie Plays The Blues, and Green Street.
1. I Love You
2. Melba's Mood
3. Just Friends
4. You're Mine You
5. Bennie Plays The Blues
6. Green Street$24.99200 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl Mono LP - SealedTemporarily out of stock
Star Bright (Out Of Stock)Dizzy Reese teams up with Hank Mobley, Wynton Kelly, Art Taylor and Paul Chambers to create a truly beautiful recording originally released in 1959. This is the lust Rudy Van Gelder Blue Note sound that makes this record $500 as an original pressing when they come on the market. If you are serious about Be Bop this is a must have on a Classic QUIEX SV-P pressing.The Rake
I'll Close My Eyes
I Wished On The Moon
A Variation On Monk$24.99200 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl Mono LP - SealedTemporarily out of stock
There are few genres of music that can boast the influence that jazz music can, with the genres it has spawned ranging from funk to hip hop to ska.
While the name “jazz” encompasses several different types of music, most people will instantly think of that distinctive upbeat New Orleans sound, with blaring
While the name “jazz” encompasses several different types of music, most people will instantly think of that distinctive upbeat New Orleans sound, with blaring trumpets and running bass lines that harkens back to the days of big band music.
When it comes to the listening experience, vinyl and jazz are simply made for each other. Few things compare to throwing on a Louis Armstrong vinyl or an Ella Fitzgerald vinyl and letting yourself be transported back to a glorious time in the history of music.