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At The BlackhawkThe near-impromptu results of 1960's live LP At The Blackhawk are a triumph of jazz improvisation. Monk was
scheduled to make a sextet album as co-leader with drummer Shelly Manne, but after two days' work, the chemistry wasn't there. The producer added Harold Land and Joe Gordon to the Monk working group for one night at the San Francisco nightclub, and the results were solid, thanks to the unquenchable spirit of Thelonious Monk.1. Let's Call This
2. Four in One
3. I'm Getting Sentimental Over You
4. San Francisco Holiday (Worry Later)
5. 'Round Midnight
6. Epistrophy$21.99Vinyl LP Reissue - Sealed Buy Now
Play Peter GunnImport
180 gram vinyl re-pressing of Shelly's 1959 classic album, includes 2 bonus tracks Odd Ball and My Manne Shelly that were not on the original release.1. Peter Gunn
2. The Floater
3. Sorta Blue
4. The Brothers
5. Soft Sounds
6. Odd Ball
8. Slow And Easy
9. Brief And Breezy
11. A Profound Gass
12. My Manne Shelly
$27.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
West Coast JazzImport
Stan Getz (Tenor Sax)
Conte Candoli (Trumpet)
Lou Levy (Piano)
Leroy Vinnegar (Bass)
Shelly Manne (Drums)Side A:
1. East Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon)
3. Suddenly It's Spring
1. A Night In Tunisia
4. Our Love Is Here TO Stay$27.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
UNIM-FAN-9796xBarney Kessel, Ray Brown, & Shelly Manne
The Poll WinnersTimeless guitar jazz is the theme on The Poll Winners as six-string maestro Barney Kessel's expressive, virtuosic approach takes center stage in this
1957 recording. Joined by bassist Ray Brown and drummer Shelly Manne, Kessel melds effortlessly into the group setting while tastefully affording
himself the freedom to let his solo lines flourish. Brought together by a common thread, Kessel, Brown and Manne actually DID win polls in DownBeat,
Playboy, and Metronome in 1956, which is what brought them together for this classic small-group date, which features nine pieces and 40 minutes of
expressive, modern jazz. A sensitive, engaging listen, The Poll Winners will reward any attentive jazz fan with new revelations upon each repeat listen. A
hallmark of early guitar jazz sessions, this vinyl LP is a welcome addition to casual and serious jazz collectors alike.1. Jordu
2. Satin Doll
3. It Could Happen To You
4. Mean To Me
5. Don't Worry 'Bout Me
6. On Green Dolphin Street
7. You Go To My Head
8. Minor Mood
9. Nagasaki$21.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
2, 3, 4This unique session contains five selections from a date featuring the great tenor Coleman Hawkins, pianist Hank Jones, bassist George Duvivier and drummer Shelly Manne. Both Take the 'A' Train and Cherokee find the group at times playing two tempos at once and showing that they had heard some of the avant-garde players. The most swinging piece, Avalon, was previously available only on a sampler while Me and Some Drums features Hawkins and Manne in a very effective duet with the veteran tenor making his only recorded appearance on piano during the first half. The set is rounded out by a pair of trio features for Eddie Costa (with Duvivier and Manne); one song apiece on vibes and drums. A very interesting set with more than its share of surprises.
This title is not eligible for discount.1. Take the A Train
2. The Sicks of Us
4. Lean on Me
6. Me and Some Drums$49.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl 45RPM LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl
Music From The Hit TV Show
A Score Focused On Percussion And African Sound
Cut in the birth pangs of electric fusion and afro-funk, West Coast drummer Shelly Manne's brilliant score for the popular '60's TV series Daktari still stands as a global fusion landmark.
Daktari is an album by drummer Shelly Manne recorded in 1967 featuring music from Daktari. The heavy use of the marimba with various percussion instruments serves the score well and makes it a huge success.
On the album, Mike Wofford plays a tack piano to evoke an African sound, and Manne is joined by percussionists Emil Richards, Larry Bunker, Frank Carlson, and Victor Feldman. According to the record liner notes, Manne and fellow percussionists play ankle and wrist jingles, Thai mouth organs, angklungs, ocarinas, vibraphones, tympani, and different kinds of marimbas.
Steely Dan guitarist Walter Becker was a fan of the album's 'vaguely African' music, sounding like it came from Hollywood session players rather than actual Africans. In the late 1990s, Becker modelled a percussion sequence after this style on the song Two Against Nature released on the Steely Dan album of the same name.1. Daktari
2. Out On A Limb
5. Stay With Me
9. Galloping Giraffes
10. Judy Judy
12. Rhino Trot$34.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
EmpathyMastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound
...these are all truly classic Verve titles that you simply don't want to miss...most importantly, the sound of these reissues is nothing short of astounding. Particularly the early Billie and Ella mono records are incredible treasures of sonic beauty. I'd definitely ask Santa for the whole set, or, if you want to cherry pick, the most classic titles. Whatever you decide, you owe yourself at least a half dozen! Winner of a 2012 Positive Feedback Online Writers' Choice Award - Danny Kaey, Positive Feedback Online, November/December 2011
This album came about through a fortuitous convergence of circumstances. Shelly Manne & His Men were appearing at New York's Village Vanguard, sharing the bill with the Bill Evans Trio. Getting Riverside's permission to let the pianist participate, Creed Taylor set up a session at Rudy Van Gelder's studio with Evans and Manne sharing top billing. Manne's bass player, Monty Budwig, made up the trio. This was a busman's holiday for Evans, who was freed from the musical parameters he had set for his then-current trio. The result is that his playing seemed lighter, freer, and more relaxed than it had for a while. The album kicks off with a jaunty version of Irving Berlin's The Washington Twist from the unsuccessful Mr. President with Budwig sharing the honors with Evans as much as Manne. Manne spends most of his time driving Evans into more diminished and sharper playing than was usually Evans' wont. Another relatively unfamiliar Berlin work, Let's Go Back to the Waltz, gives full reign to Evans' lyricism. The longest tune on the set is an audacious, almost lampooned version of With a Song in My Heart with light chordal phrasing that pretty much characterized much of the tone coming from this session.
Recorded in 1962.
Bill Evans, piano
Shelly Manne, drums
Monty Budwig, bass
This title is not eligible for discount.1. The Washington Twist
2. Danny Boy
3. Let's Go Back To Te Waltz
4. With A Song In My Heart
6. I Believe In You$49.99200 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP 45RPM - Sealed Buy Now
I Like Men! (Pure Pleasure)Great songs and intimate moments with Peggy Lee in this extremely enjoyable album. Released in 1959, I Like Men is one of Peggy Lee's most fun albums. With hits from Gus Kahn, Eubie Blake and Cole Porter.
Peggy Lee at her best!
- Peggy Lee (vocal)
- Jack Marshall (arranger, conductor)
- Benny Carter (alto saxophone)
- Pete Candoli (trumpet)
- Frank Rosolino (trombone)
- Jimmy Rowles (piano)
- Barney Kessel (guitar)
- Shelly Manne (drums)
Recording: October 1958 Capitol Tower, Los Angeles
Production: David Cavanaugh
About Pure Pleasure
At the beginning of the 90s, in the early days of audiophile vinyl re-releases, the situation was fairly straightforward. Companies such as DCC, Mobile Fidelity, Classic Records and, of course, Pure Pleasure all maintained a mutual, unwritten ethical code: we would only use analogue tapes to manufacture records.
During the course of the present vinyl hype, many others have jumped on the bandwagon in the hope of securing a corner of the market. Very often they are not so ethical and use every imaginable source to master from: CDs, LPs, digital files, MP3s - or employed existent tools from the 80s and 90s for manufacturing.
A digital delay is gladly used when cutting a lacquer disc because tape machines with an analogue delay have become quite rare and are therefore expensive. When cutting the lacquer, the audio signal is delayed by one LP revolution against the signal, which controls the cutter head, and for this a digital delay is very often employed. Of course, the resultant sound signal is completely digital and thus only as good as this delay.
We should like to emphasize that Pure Pleasure Records on principle only uses the original master tape as the basis for the entirely analogue cutting of lacquer discs. In addition, the pressing tool is newly manufactured as a matter of principle.
We only employ existing tools for manufacturing if an improved result is not forthcoming, e.g. the title Elvis Is Back, which was mastered by Steve Hoffman and Kevin Gray, or several titles from our Philips Classics series, which in any case Willem Makkee cut from the original masters at the Emil Berliner Studios in the 90s. It goes without saying that we only used the mother and that new tools were made for our production.
To put it in a nutshell: we can ensure you that our releases are free from any kind of digital effects and that the lacquer discs are newly cut.1. Charley,My Boy
2. Good For Nothin' Joe
3. I Love To Love
4. When A Woman Loves A Man
5. I Like Men!
6. I'm Just Wild About Harry
7. My Man
9. So In Love
11. It's Nice To Have A Man Around The House
12. Oh Johnny,Oh Johnny, Oh!$34.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
UNIM-FAN-0302xBill Evans Trio
At Shelly's Manne-HoleAt Shelly's Manne-Hole (or more completely, Bill Evans Trio at Shelly's Manne-Hole, Hollywood, California) is a live album by American jazz pianist Bill Evans, originally released in 1963 as his last recording for the Riverside label. The trio featured Chuck Israels, who followed Scott LaFaro on bass in autumn 1961, and Larry Bunker on drums, who just joined the reformed trio after Paul Motian had left.1. Isn't It Romantic
2. The Boy Next Door
3. Wonder Why
4. Swedish Pastry
5. Our Love Is Here To Stay
6. 'Round Midnight
7. Stella By Starlight
8. Blues In F$21.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
UNIM-FAN-0234xShelly Manne & His Friends
My Fair LadyShelly Manne and his Friends bassist Leroy Vinnegar and the o nce and future classical pianist AndrÉ Previn had
recorded a trio album before this one (Shelly Manne and Friends) but My Fair Lady was the first and biggest-selling
of the jazz versions of Broadway shows, TV themes, and film soundtracks later recorded by the trio. It remains a
true classic to this day.1. Get Me To The Church On Time
2. On The Street Where You Live
3. I''ve Grown Accustomed To Her Face
4. Wouldn't It Be Loverly
5. Ascot Gavotte
6. Show Me
7. With A Little Bit Of Luck
8. I Could Have Danced All Night$21.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Roots: The Saga Of An American FamilyWith an all new Roots mini-series for 2016 on A&E, Lifetime and The History Channel, comes this timely re-release of the original soundtrack to the ground-breaking 1977 mini-series. Highlights include the Roots Mural Theme, composed by Gerald Fried, and the 28 minute, "Roots Suite," with Letta Mbulu as the featured vocalist. Also included are snippets of dialogue from Roots actor Lou Gossett. Featured players include: Shelly Manne, Victor Feldman, Ernie Watts and Lee Ritenour.1. Motherland
2. Roots Mural Theme Performed by The Quincy Jones Orchestra
3. Main Title: Mama Aifambeni (Premiere Episode)
4. Behold, The Only Thing Greater Than Yourself (Birth)
5. Oluwa (Many Rains Ago): (African Theme, African Version)
6. Boyhood To Manhood (African Manhood Training)
7. The Toubob Is Here! (The Capture)
8. Middle Passage (Slaveship Crossing)
9. You in Americuh' Now, African
10. Roots Mural Theme Intro (Slave Auction)
11. Ole Fiddler
12. Jumpin' De Broom Ceremony (Marriage Ceremony)
13. What Shall I Do? (Hush, Hush, Somebody's Calling My Name)
14. Roots Mural Theme Bridge (Plantation Life)
15. Oh Lord, Come By Here
16. Free at Last? (The Civil War)
17. (Many Rains Ago) Oluwa (African Theme/English Version)$21.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Way Out West (Deluxe Edition)Deluxe Edition Celebrating The 60th Anniversary Of This Landmark Album In Rollins' Career
Features A Full Second Lp Of Rare And Previously Unreleased Bonus Material
Deluxe Gatefold Packaging
Includes New Liner Notes And Previously Unseen Photos
Way Out West, originally recorded for the Contemporary label in 1957, qualifies as an all-time Sonny Rollins classic.
Culled from a 3 A.M. session with bassist Ray Brown and drummer Shelly Manne. This deluxe edition celebrates
the 60th anniversary of this landmark album in Rollins' career with a full second LP of rare and previously
unreleased bonus material, deluxe gatefold packaging, new liner notes and previously unseen photos.LP 1
1. I'm An Old Cowhand
3. Come, Gone
4. Wagon Wheels
5. There Is No Greater Love
6. Way Out West
1. Monologue: You Gotta Dig The Lyrics
2. I'm An Old Cowhand (Alternate Version)
3. Dialogue: Titling "Come, Gone"
4. Come, Gone (Alternate Version)
5. There Is No Greater Love (Alternate Version)
6. Way Out West (Take 1)
7. Way Out West (Alternate Version)$79.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Small Change (Remastered)
Presented On 180-Gram Heavy Vinyl And Packaged With The Original Artwork
Pressed At RTI With Mastering Supervised By Gavin Lurssen
Small Change is a masterpiece that contains some of Waits' best early work. Classic jazz, Tin Pan Alley, and Stephen Foster filtered through Tom's unique worldview and lyrical genius. Heartbreaking, hilarious and always vivid, songs like "Step Right Up", "Tom Traubert's Blues", "I Wish I Was in New Orleans", "The Piano Has Been Drinking", and "Invitation to the Blues" are all classics that have influenced generations of songwriters since. Recorded with a live orchestra and featuring jazz legend Shelly Manne on drums, Small Change is a classic and stands as one of Tom Waits most popular recordings.1. Tom Traubert's Blues (Four Sheets To The Wind In Copenhagen)
2. Step Right Up
3. Jitterbug Boy (Sharing A Curbstone With Chuck E. Weiss, Robert Marchese, Paul Body and The Mug and A
4. I Wish I Was In New Orleans (In The Ninth Ward)
5. The Piano Has Been Drinking (Not Me) [An Evening With Pete King]
6. Invitation To The Blues
7. Pasties And A G-String (At The Two O'Clock Club)
8. Bad Liver And A Broken Heart (In Lowell)
9. The One That Got Away
10. Small Change (Got Rained On With His Own .38)
11. I Can't Wait To Get Off Work (And See My Baby On Montgomery Avenue)$21.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Tomorrow Is The Question!The springboard in Ornette Coleman's pursuit of freedom of expression as a soloist, Tomorrow Is The Question! is notable for its lack of piano, which the
saxophone maverick chose to strike from the record in favor of a quartet composed of drummer Shelly Manne, trumpeter Don Cherry, and alternatingly
Percy Heath and Red Mitchell on bass. Coleman's belief was that removing piano and thus layers of harmonic structure, would allow the soloists to truly
roam freely around the tune, pioneering new dimensions in sonic interplay. As a result, Tomorrow Is the Question! was a very literal title; where would
Coleman's iconoclastic vision take him next? The free-jazz pioneer was just getting started, and what a dazzling start it is! This essential document of
American Jazz History is now available on vinyl.1. Tomorrow Is The Question!
2. Tears Inside
3. Mind And Time
9. Endless$21.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Way Out West (Awaiting Repress)Mastered off the original 2-track tape recorded with a tube AKG-C12 microphone on a tube Ampex 350 machine. Features Ray Brown on bass and Shelly Manne on drums. Over his long and distinguished career, Sonny Rollins has made many dozens of albums. Among those recorded during the fifties, Prestige's Movin' Out and Colossus, Blue Note's A Night at the Village Vanguard, Riverside's The Sound of Sonny, and Way Out West on Contemporary qualify as all-time Rollins classics.
The session for Way Out West, Rollins' first ever in California, was called for 3 a.m. to accommodate everyone's busy schedules. Sonny, who could never be accused of overstatement, announced after four hours of recording: I'm hot now.
Mastered by Doug Sax.
Way Out West is a piano-less trio - another va-va-vivid Roy DuNann production - with Rollins spinning quirky geometric patterns through odd standards like 'I'm an Old Cow Hand.' - Fred Kaplan, The Absolute Sound, December 2005 (included in Kaplan's Best-Sounding Jazz LPs)
1. I'm An Old Cowhand
3. Come, Gone
4. Wagon Wheels
5. There Is No Greater Love
6. Way Out West
$21.99Vinyl LP Reissue - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
Chet Baker With StringsImport
Chet Baker was one of the representatives of the West Coast Cool Jazz movement whose life and music appeals to the imagination of the people the most.
His heroin addiction is well documented, his exploits and misadventures are wrapped in legendary anecdotes.
But his life story never managed to overshadow his unmistakable talent.
Chet Baker has one of the most recognizable sounds of all the jazz musicians in the cannon; his trumpet playing is intimate, simple and delicate, with a hint of melancholy that tears at the heartstrings.
Chet Baker With Strings was recorded during three sessions in 1953 with Zoot Sims & Jack Montrose on tenor sax, Russ Freeman on piano, Shelly Manne on drums and Clifford 'Bud' Shank on alto sax.
The players are lifted up into the air like a leaf on the breeze by Montrose's delicate string arrangements, while the Baker and Sims interplay on songs like 'Loved Walked In' are amongst the best recorded in jazz history.
This fully instrumental album is a classic, and now available on vinyl for the first time since its original release in 1953!1. You Don't Know What Love Is
2. I'm Thru With Love
3. Love Walked In
4. You Better Go Now
5. I Married An Angel
7. I Love You
8. What A Difference A Day Made
9. Why Shouldn't I?
10. A Little Duet For Zoot And Chet
11. The Wind
12. Trickleydidlier$39.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
One From The HeartNumbered, Limited Edition
Tom Waits and Crystal Gale Create Magic Together on Waits' Most Accessible Outing
Small Combo Band Provides Jazzy and Bluesy Support
Stupendous Sonics: Music Largely Recorded Live on Studio Floor
One From the Heart ranks among the best soundtracks in history. Essential for any Tom Waits or Crystal Gayle devotee, it sets an example of what's not only possible, but should be expected and demanded, when two likeminded artists collaborate. Heartstrings are tugged, passions kindled and lost, sentiments exchanged, skeletons dragged out of closets, seasons changed, romantic truisms cited. And its wide-open sound is supreme, the result of most tracks being recorded live in the studio, free of after-effects and interference.
Mastered from the original master tapes and pressed at RTI, Mobile Fidelity's 180g LP presents the Academy Award-nominated One From the Heart in stunning sonic relief. You'll be able to gauge the signature tones of the guitars and hear inside the cavity of Waits' piano. Perhaps most importantly, Gayle and Waits' voices now sound just feet away, with your room converted into the world's coolest late-night lounge. Spatial cues, background accents, and studio dimensions emerge with striking realism.
Inspired by a track Waits cut with Bette Midler on his Foreign Affairs effort, One From the Heart overflows with simpatico chemistry, poignant contrast, elegant atmospherics, and awestruck intimacy. On their four vocal duets, Gayle and Waits inhabit the personas of a man and woman breaking apart yet sharing common bonds. Their singing plumbs emotional depths that traverse melancholy, sensuality, and understanding. Made before Waits' baritone turned into a deep, gravel-laden instrument, the songs are more smoke than whiskey, more piano-man empathy than hipster growler.
Written by Waits, the music occupies a common ground between laidback small-combo jazz, lounge pop, and downbeat blues. Classy string orchestrations abet a crack ensemble comprised of saxophonist Terry Edwards, drummer Shelly Manne, pianist Pete Jolly, bassist Greg Cohen, and others. The arrangements seamlessly melt into both vocalists' leads, allowing every note-every piano clink, acoustic bass ripple, brushed snare drum-to register with utmost magnitude.
Experienced on stunning soliloquy pieces such as Gayle's mournful ballad "Is There Any Way Out of This Dream?" and back-and-forth collaborative efforts like the breakup take "Picking Up After You," beautiful instrumentation, spacious production, and flawless vocal phrasing take hold. You can picture the broken dreams exiting out the side doors of the dim bars and abandoned houses that pepper the narratives. Renowned for his sad songs, Waits has never been in better form, the goodbye fare clicking with unflinching honesty and personality.
This title is not eligible for discount.1. Opening Montage: Tom's Piano Intro/Once Upon a Town
2. Is There Any Way Out of This Dream?
3. Picking Up After You
4. Old Boyfriends
5. Broken Bicycles
6. I Beg Your Pardon
7. Little Boy Blue
8. Instrumental Montage: The Tango/Circus Girl
9. You Can't Unring a Bell
10. This One's From the Heart
11. Take Me Home
12. Presents$34.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Bill Evans Riverside Recordings (Box Set) (Out Of Stock)Numbered Edition Pressed On 200-Gram Vinyl By Quality Record Pressings For The First Time!
Here it is: THE Audiophile Jazz Fan's Box Set To End All Box Sets - All Of Bill Evans Riverside Releases Cut at 45 RPM PLUS The Cannonball Adderley Know What I Mean? Release For Which Evans Was Such An Important Contributor.
Of everything Analogue Productions has reissued, nothing has come close in sales or accolades to the 45-RPM versions of Bill Evans titles from his Riverside catalog. And now we've compiled all of them into one irresistible box set package. Includes facsimiles of each original jacket along with an 18-page booklet detailing Evans' career and Riverside era.
Titles Included: New Jazz Conceptions, Everybody Digs Bill Evans, Portrait In Jazz, Explorations, Sunday At The Village Vanguard, Waltz For Debby, Moonbeams, Know What I Mean?, Interplay, How My Heart Sings! and At Shelly's Manne-Hole.
Now pressed on 200-gram vinyl at Quality Record Pressings!
This title is not eligible for discount.1. MINORITY (5:20) (Gigi Gryce)
2. YOUNG AND FOOLISH (5:48)(Horwit-Hague)
1. LUCKY TO BE ME (3:35)(Comden, Green-Bernstein)
2. NIGHT AND DAY (7:12)(Cole Porter)
3. EPILOGUE (:38)(Bill Evans)
1. TENDERLY (3:29) (Walter Gross)
2. PEACE PIECE (6:37)(Bill Evans)
1. WHAT IS THERE TO SAY? (4:49)(Harburg-Duke)
2. OLEO (4:04)(Sonny Rollins)
3. EPILOGUE (:38)(Bill Evans)
1. ISRAEL (6:08)(John Carisi)
2. HAUNTED HEART (3:25)(Deitz-Schwartz)
1. BEAUTIFUL LOVE (5:03)(Gillespie-King-Van Alstyne-Young)
2. ELSA (5:05)(Earl Zindars)
1. NARDIS (5:48)(Miles Davis)
2. HOW DEEP IS THE OCEAN? (3:30)(Irving Berlin)
1. I WISH I KNEW (4:39)(Gordon-Warren)
2. SWEET AND LOVELY (5:50)(Arnheim-Tobias-Lemare)
Portrait In Jazz
1. COME RAIN OR COME SHINE (3:17)(Mercer-Arlen)
2. AUTUMN LEAVES (5:22)(Mercer-Kosmo-Prevert)
1. WITCHCRAFT (4:30)(Leigh-Coleman)
2. WHEN I FALL IN LOVE (4:50)(Heyman-Young)
3. PERIï¿½S SCOPE (3:11)(Bill Evans)
1. WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE? (4:33)(Cole Porter)
2. SPRING IS HERE (5:01)(Rodgers & Hart)
1. SOME DAY MY PRINCE WILL COME (4:48)(Morey-Churchill)
2. BLUE IN GREEN (5:18)(Davis-Evans)
At Shellyï¿½s Manne-Hole, Hollywood
1. ISNï¿½T IT ROMANTIC (4:34)(Rodgers, Hart)
2. THE BOY NEXT DOOR (5:14)(Youmans, Harbach, Greene)
1. WONDER WHY (5:05)(Brodszky, Cahn)
2. SWEDISH PASTRY (5:35)(Barney Kessel)
1. OUR LOVE IS HERE TO STAY (4:41)(G & I Gershwin)
2. ï¿½ROUND MIDNIGHT (8:50)(Monk, Williams)
1. STELLA BY STARLIGHT (4:50)(Young, Washington)
2. BLUES IN ï¿½Fï¿½ (5:05)(Chuck Israels)
How My Heart Sings!
1. HOW MY HEART SINGS (4:56)(Earl Zindars) Zindars Publ. Co.-BMI
2. I SHOULD CARE (4:53)(Cahn-Stordahl-Weston) Cahn Music/Hanover Music/Stordahl Music-ASCAP
1. IN YOUR OWN SWEET WAY (6:57)
(Dave Brubeck) Derry Music Co.-BMI
2. WALKING UP (4:54)
(Bill Evans) TRO-Acorn-BMI
1. SUMMERTIME (5:56)(Gershwin-Heyward-Gershwin) Chappell& Co., Inc./Gershwin Publ.-ASCAP
2. 34 SKIDOO (6:19)(Bill Evans) TRO-Acorn-BMI
1. EVï¿½RYTHING I LOVE (4:11)(Cole Porter) Chappell Music-ASCAP
2. SHOW-TYPE TUNE (4:23)(Bill Evans) TRO-Acorn-BMI
1. YOU AND THE NIGHT AND THE MUSIC (7:03)(Dietz-Schwartz) (ASCAP)
1. WHEN YOU WISH UPON A STAR (5:42)(Washington-Harline) (ASCAP)
2. Iï¿½LL NEVER SMILE AGAIN (6:30)(Ruth Lowe) (ASCAP)
1. INTERPLAY (8:11)(Bill Evans) (BMI)
1. YOU GO TO MY HEAD (5:02)(Gillespie-Coots) (ASCAP)
2. WRAP YOUR TROUBLES IN DREAMS (6:24)(Moll-Koehler-Barris) (ASCAP)
1. RE: PERSON I KNEW (5:42)(Bill Evans) TRO-Acorn-BMI
2. POLKA DOTS AND MOONBEAMS (4:57)(Burke-Van Heusen) Bourne Co./Music Sales Corp.-ASCAP
1. I FALL IN LOVE TOO EASILY (2:39)(Styne-Cahn) SBK Feist Catalog-ASCAP
2. STAIRWAY TO THE STARS (4:48)(Parish-Malneck-Signorelli) SBK Robbins Catalog-ASCAP
1. IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW (4:24)(Dameron-Sigman) SBK Robbins Catalog-ASCAP
2. IT MIGHT AS WELL BE SPRING (6:03)(Rodgers-Hammerstein) Williamson Music ASCAP
1. IN LOVE IN VAIN (4:56)(Kern-Robin) T.B. Harms, Inc.-ASCAP
2. VERY EARLY (5:04)(Bill Evans) TRO-Acorn-BMI
Waltz for Debby
1. MY FOOLISH HEART (4:56)
2. WALTZ FOR DEBBY (6:54)
1. DETOUR AHEAD (7:35)
1. MY ROMANCE (7:11)
1. SOME OTHER TIME (5:02)
2. MILESTONES (6:37)
Sunday at the Village Vanguard
1. GLORIAï¿½S STEP (6:05)(Scott LaFaro) Orpheum Music-BMI
2. MY MANï¿½S GONE NOW (6:21)(G. & I. Gershwin) Chappell Music-ASCAP
1. SOLAR (8:51)(Miles Davis) Prestige Music-BMI
1. ALICE IN WONDERLAND (8:32)(Fain-Hilliard) Walt Disney Music-ASCAP
1. ALL OF YOU (8:20)(Cole Porter) Chappell Music-ASCAP
2. JADE VISIONS (3:46)(Scott LaFaro) Orpheum Music-BMI
Know What I Mean?
1. WALTZ FOR DEBBY (5:14)
2. GOODBYE (6:12)
1. WHO CARES? (take 5) (5:53)
2. VENICE (2:51)
1. TOY (5:05)
2. ELSA (5:48)
1. NANCY (WITH THE LAUGHING FACE) (4:07)
KNOW WHAT I MEAN? (re-take 7) (4:55)
New Jazz Conceptions
1. I Love You
3. I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good
5. Easy Living
2.Waltz for Debby
5.No Cover, No Minimum$599.99200 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP 45 RPM - 22 LPs Sealed Temporarily out of stock