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Complete Woody Herman Decca, Mars, MGM Sessions (1943-54)
(7 CDs)

If you are a fan of Woody Herman, or simply want to learn about this important era and Woody’s fight to keep the big band sound not just alive, but ALIVE – you couldn’t start with a better collection.

Recent Releases

The Savory Collection 1935-1940
(6 CDs)

Then came the shock of my life! Could it be? Basie,then Fats Waller, Ella Fitzgerald, Coleman Hawkins, and that was just in the first couple of boxes! The discs were mostly aluminum – that was unusual – and in varying states of decomposition, but some were absolutely pristine. – Loren Schoenberg

Classic Brunswick & Columbia Teddy Wilson Sessions 1932-42
(7 CDs)

His improvisatory genius at the keyboard, and the inspiration that his artistry and deportment radiated — for that alone, Teddy Wilson remains a seminal influence on jazz well into its second century.

Classic Savoy Be-Bop Sessions 1945-49
(10 CDs)

We've spared no expense to bring these recordings back to life. You will hear detail and clarity never heard before!.

Classic Savoy Be-Bop Sessions 1945-49
10 CD Limited Edition Collection

Classic 1936-1947 Count Basie & Lester Young Studio Sessions (8 CDs)

Through a special arrangement with Sony Music and Universal Music, we now have the opportunity to bring the swing of these iconic giants from a plethora of labels including Aladdin, Bluebird, Brunswick, Columbia, Commodore, Decca, Keynote, Mercury, Philo, Signature, Victor and Vocalion and restored them better than they've ever been heard before.
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