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Personnel: Larry Davis (vocals, guitar); Phil Westmoreland (guitar, bass); Oliver Sain (alto, tenor & baritone saxophones, piano, organ); Johnnie Johnson (piano); Jimmy Hinds (bass, drums); Eugene Johnson (bass); Don Smith, Billy Gayles (drums).
Includes liner notes by Ken Burch.

$13.22
Personnel: Larry Davis (vocals, guitar); Phil Westmoreland (guitar, bass); Oliver Sain (alto, tenor & baritone saxophones, piano, organ); Johnnie Johnson (piano); Jimmy Hinds (bass, drums); Eugene
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Personnel: Booker Ervin (tenor saxophone); Jaki Byard (piano); Richard Davis (bass); Alan Dawson (drums).
Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on October 2, 1964. Includes liner notes by Ira Gitler.
Digitally remastered by Phil De Lancie (1996, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California).

$12.01
Personnel: Booker Ervin (tenor saxophone); Jaki Byard (piano); Richard Davis (bass); Alan Dawson (drums).Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on October 2, 1964. Includes
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Music and lyrics written by Johnny Mercer.
Principal cast includes Phil Silvers (Jerry Biffle); Rose Marie (Betty Dillon); Jack Albertson (Vic Davis); Judy Lynn (Sally Peters).
Originally released on Capitol (308).

$14.26
Music and lyrics written by Johnny Mercer.Principal cast includes Phil Silvers (Jerry Biffle); Rose Marie (Betty Dillon); Jack Albertson (Vic Davis); Judy Lynn (Sally Peters).Originally released on
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Personnel: Booker Ervin (tenor saxophone); Jaki Byard (piano); Richard Davis (bass); Alan Dawson (drums).
Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on December 3, 1963. Includes liner notes by David A. Himmelstein.
Digitally remastered by Phil De Lancie (1995, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California).

$55.79
Personnel: Booker Ervin (tenor saxophone); Jaki Byard (piano); Richard Davis (bass); Alan Dawson (drums).Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on December 3, 1963. Includes
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Personnel: Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone, bass clarinet); Booker Little (trumpet); Mal Waldron (piano); Richard Davis (bass); Eddie Blackwell (drums).
Recorded live at the Five Spot, New York, New York on July 16, 1961. Originally released on Prestige (7334) in 1964. Includes original liner notes by Robert Levin.
Digitally remastered by Phil De Lancie (Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California).
The late Eric Dolphy is one of the most pivotal figures in jazz, a fiercely lyrical player and imaginative composer at the forefront of the changes the music underwent in the 1960s. Dolphy, unlike some of his contemporaries, didn't totally abandon the bebop approach--though his solos could be wild (Dolphy played alto sax and bass clarinet with an extremely energetic and vocal presence), his rhythm section kept things grounded.
In the early '60s, he had a quintet with Booker Little, one of the greatest trumpet voices of that time, and a flexible, forward-looking rhythm team (especially the fine drummer Ed Blackwell, who had played with Ornette Coleman). This disc captures that group live in New York City in 1961, stretching out at length on two originals: the bittersweet, slightly melancholy "Number Eight," and the jaunty, fluid "Booker's Waltz." Both pieces are filled with nimble, thoughtful, and heartfelt playing--Dolphy is exploratory yet joyful, Little brash and lyrical, Blackwell lithe and crisp. MEMORIAL ALBUM is recommended for Dolphy and Little connoisseurs, and is a first-rate introduction to their artistry, too.

$17.13
Personnel: Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone, bass clarinet); Booker Little (trumpet); Mal Waldron (piano); Richard Davis (bass); Eddie Blackwell (drums).Recorded live at the Five Spot, New York, New York
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Personnel: Harry "Sweets" Edison (trumpet); Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (tenor saxophone); Count Basie, Dolo Coker (piano); John Heard (bass); Jimmie Smith (drums).
Recorded at RCA Studios, Los Angeles, California on May 5, 1976. Includes liner notes by Benny Green.
Digitally remastered by Phil De Lancie (1994, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California).

$11.94
Personnel: Harry "Sweets" Edison (trumpet); Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (tenor saxophone); Count Basie, Dolo Coker (piano); John Heard (bass); Jimmie Smith (drums).Recorded at RCA Studios, Los Angeles,
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Personnel: Sonny Criss (alto saxophone); Walter Davis (piano); Paul Chambers (bass); Alan Dawson (drums).
Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on March 23, 1967. Originally released on Prestige (7526). Includes original release liner notes by Michael Morgan.
Digitally remastered by Phil De Lancie (1991, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California).

$12.06
Personnel: Sonny Criss (alto saxophone); Walter Davis (piano); Paul Chambers (bass); Alan Dawson (drums).Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on March 23, 1967. Originally
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Personnel: Count Basie (piano, organ); Big Joe Turner (vocals); Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Zoot Sims (tenor saxophone); Harry "Sweets" Edison (trumpet); J.J. Johnson (trombone); Irving Ashby (guitar); Ray Brown (bass); Louis Bellson (drums).
Recorded at MGM Recording Studios, Los Angeles, California on December 11, 1973. Includes original release liner notes by Benny Green.
Digitally remastered by Phil De Lancie (1994, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California).
This 1973 recording features two of the great swingers, Count Basie and Big Joe Turner, in collaboration with an impressive "Who's Who" of jazz. The essence of Kansas City drifts across the tracks on this album. As usual, Basie employs his unobtrusive yet strident approach; his piano playing seems to be the musical incarnation of the 12th Street clubs where Midwestern swing matured.
Basie seems to have the secret ingredients for swing baked right into his nimble finger tips, and Big Joe Turner's baritone voice commands attention like no other blues singer in his generation. On songs like "The Honeydripper" and "Good Mornin' Blues," Turner sings with a beautiful sinuous and gritty legato. On "Flip, Flop and Fly," Turner's thunderous voice booms over the sax riffs of Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis and Zoot Sims, making this uptempo shuffle a brisk, festive musical sojourn. THE BOSSES resonates with emotion, both sorrow and bliss; it's certainly one of the most honest, down-home swinging records in the vast canon of blues recordings.

$17.01
Personnel: Count Basie (piano, organ); Big Joe Turner (vocals); Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Zoot Sims (tenor saxophone); Harry "Sweets" Edison (trumpet); J.J. Johnson (trombone); Irving Ashby (guitar); Ray
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Personnel: Miles Davis (trumpet); Davey Schildkraut (alto saxophone); John Coltrane, Sonny Rollins, Charlie Parker (tenor saxophone); Bennie Green (trombone); Milt Jackson (vibraphone); Red Garland, Walter Bishop, Thelonius Monk, John Lewis, Horace Silver (piano); Oscar Pettiford, Paul Chambers, Tommy Potter, Percy Heath (bass); Philly Joe Jones, Art Blakey, Kenny Clarke, Max Roach, Roy Haynes (drums).
Recorded from 1953 to 1956. Includes liner notes by Dan Ouellette.
Digitally remastered by Phil De Lancie (1998, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California).
This is part of Prestige's Jazz Showcase series.
Though Miles Davis's 30-year tenure at Columbia Records is considerably better known to the casual observer, some fans of the trailblazing trumpeter feel that his best work was done for Prestige Records from 1953 to 1956, the period covered on this excellent 11-track showcase. Though Davis is clearly the standout on these tracks, his sidemen include Art Blakey, Paul Chambers, John Coltrane, Sonny Rollins, Charlie Parker, Red Garland, Thelonious Monk, and John Lewis, making this a virtual Who's Who of the mid-'50s New York cool jazz and hard bop scene. Though Davis's most famous recording for Prestige, "Walkin'," isn't included, other early masterpieces like "'Round Midnight" and "Miles Ahead" are, making JAZZ SHOWCASE a solid introduction to a sometimes-overlooked period in the development of one of jazz's greatest talents.

$13.29
Personnel: Miles Davis (trumpet); Davey Schildkraut (alto saxophone); John Coltrane, Sonny Rollins, Charlie Parker (tenor saxophone); Bennie Green (trombone); Milt Jackson (vibraphone); Red Garland,
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