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Louis Armstrong
The Complete Louis Armstrong Decca Sessions 1935-46 (#243)
Some of the performances are among the most significant of his life and a lasting gift to music - there isn't a trumpeter since who hasn't marveled at the brilliance of his tone, coherence of his soloing, and perfection of his execution on the 1938 "Struttin' With Some Barbecue." It is, plain and simple, a flawless record.  - Limited Edition: 10000 Copies
7 CDs - $119.00  
Bee Hive
The Complete Bee Hive Sessions (#261)
Jim and Susan Neumann’s passion for bebop and hard bop led to the decision they would start their own label. They chose the name Bee Hive, after a Chicago club that thrived in the 1950s. Their enthusiasm resulted in sixteen LPs, released over a span of seven years. Because they were committed to independent distribution, even though the albums got noticed they were never widely available. And they've never been available on CDs.  - Limited Edition: 5,000 Copies
12 CDs - $169.00  
Eddie Condon
Eddie Condon & Bud Freeman: Complete Commodore & Decca Sessions (#259)
Thanks to Mosaic's ability to bundle collections from numerous labels and archives, we can finally present, for the first time anywhere, The Complete Commodore & Decca Eddie Condon & Bud Freeman Sessions. It's a substantial set - eight CDs containing 199 tracks in all. The set spans the years 1938, when Chicago-style jazz first took root in New York, through 1950.  - Limited Edition: 5,000 Copies
8 CDs - $136.00  
Bing Crosby
The Bing Crosby CBS Radio Recordings (1954-56) (#245)
The 160 songs in this Mosaic collection were recorded with the Buddy Cole Quartet between 1954 and 1956 for Bing’s CBS show are absolutely revelatory. Crosby’s early jazz roots informed his influential career as a pop singer. To our knowledge, these are the only recorded performances of Crosby singing the Great American Songbook in an informal atmosphere with a consummate small jazz ensemble.  - Limited Edition: 20,000 Copies
7 CDs - $119.00  
The Complete Dial Modern Jazz Sessions (#260)
As most jazz fans know, among the most important records to hear in your life are Charlie Parker’s Dial Sessions, recorded between 1946 and 1947. But Dial was way more than Parker. It was a microcosm of the explosive changes happening at a moment in time. And we have everything. Every master, every important alternate, and many intriguing false starts, on nine CDs. The set was only previously collected in Japan 20 years ago. Now it’s available worldwide at last.  - Limited Edition: 7,500 Copies
9 CDs - $149.00  
Duke Ellington
The Complete 1932-1940 Bruns./Col./Master Rec. of Ellington and His Famous Orchestra (#248)

"Sophisticated Lady." "Stormy Weather." "Solitude." "In a Sentimental Mood." "Echoes of Harlem." "Caravan." All of them and many more are a part of "The Complete 1932-1940 Brunswick, Columbia, and Master Recordings of Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra," an unprecedented 11-CD set that compiles these recordings for the first, and quite possibly the last, time. There would be many more exceptional compositions in the years following, including his highly regarded suites and longer works, but the scope of our latest, lavish Mosaic collection is the period when Ellington would establish himself as the most important composer ever in jazz.  - Limited Edition: 5,000 Copies

11 CDs - $179.00  
Ella Fitzgerald
Chick Webb & Ella Fitzgerald Decca Sessions (1934-41) (#252)
The Complete Chick Webb & Ella Fitzgerald Decca Sessions (1934-1941) is the most complete collection ever of this incredibly important collaboration between the man who was the first “voice” on drums and the unassuming teenage girl who would blossom into the most revered vocalist in music.  - Limited Edition: 5,000 Copies
8 CDs - $136.00  
Stan Getz
Stan Getz:The 1953-54 Norgran Studio Sessions (4 LPs)(#3003)
Four LPs comprise our box set, with 26 tracks arranged by session and accompanied by our exclusive Mosaic booklet. It includes an essay by Ashley Kahn with track-by-track analysis and a complete discography. Photos from the era capture the magic as they were making it. The 180-gram pressings of this 4-LP set were mastered from analog sources using the original Clef/Norgran master tapes for unparalleled sound.  - Limited Edition: 5000 Copies
4 LPs (180 gram) - $100.00  
Benny Goodman
The Columbia and OKeh Benny Goodman Orchestra Sessions (#240)
A treasure trove of seven CDs, spanning nearly 20 years of Goodman's musical life, from the late 1930s when his popularity was already well established, throughout the 1950s when Benny would assemble the cream of the mainstream jazz world to be, even if it were just for one session, the Benny Goodman Orchestra.  - Limited Edition: 5000 Copies
7 CDs - $119.00  
Ahmad Jamal
The Complete Ahmad Jamal Trio Argo Sessions (#246)
Ahmad Jamal's recording as a piano trio leader on Argo, owned by Chicago's Chess recording label, began in 1956. And that's where our new retrospective begins on The Complete Ahmad Jamal Trio Argo Sessions 1956-62. The first definitive collection of his work from this seminal era of his career, it includes all the tunes for which Jamal became renowned, such as “Ahmad's Blues,” “Poinciana,” “But Not For Me,” and “Billy Boy,” a song so often re-done in Jamal's style that his version has almost become the new standard.  - Limited Edition: 5,000 Copies
9 CDs - $149.00  
DVD Jazz Icons
Jazz Icons DVD Box Set
This 6 DVD set includes the 1965 Antibes concerts by the John Coltrane Quartet that captured the only public performances of "Ascension" and "A Love Supreme" and a little known 1969 color program of Thelonious Monk alone and free-associating in a Paris TV studio.  - Limited Edition: Playable In All Regions Copies
6 DVDs - $69.00  
James P. Johnson
Classic James P. Johnson Sessions (#262)
James P. Johnson was one of the most important, if not THE most important, stride pianists, a style that developed in New York in the 1920s and the first music that sounds like what we call jazz. It was more rhythmically complex than anything before it. More harmonically challenging. More exuberant and crafty.  - Limited Edition: 5,000 Copies
6 CDs - $102.00  
Roland Kirk
Roland Kirk: The Limelight/Verve Albums (4 LPs)(#3006)
These four albums were recorded at some of the finest studios in the New York City area including Nola Studios and Capitol Studios. “Rip. Rig And Panic” and “Now Please Don’t You Cry, Beautiful Edith” were two of the three times that Kirk recorded at the famed Van Gelder Studio in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey (the first was his one Prestige album with Jack McDuff). All four of these albums have been mastered from their original analog masters by Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound in New York City. This is the first Mosaic set to be pressed at Chad Kassem’s Quality Record Pressings in Salinas, Kansas. About the pressings coming out of QRP, Michael Fremer wrote on,” all I can say is THIS IS INCREDIBLE!!!!!!  - Limited Edition: 3500 Copies
4 LPs (180 gram) - $100.00  
Charles Mingus
Charles Mingus - The Jazz Workshop Concerts 1964-65 (#253)
This set chronicles the essential live performances of this genius of modern music as his compositions achieved a depth and complexity we would come to know as Mingus’s most signature work. It includes (on the earlier recordings) the brilliant Eric Dolphy, along with Jaki Byard, Dannie Richmond, Johnny Coles, and Clifford Jordan -- certainly one of the best assemblages of musicians ever.  - Limited Edition: 7,500 Copies
7 CDs - $119.00  
Hank Mobley
The Complete Blue Note Hank Mobley Fifties Sessions (#181)
As one of the founding members of the original Jazz Messengers, tenor saxophonist Hank Mobley was part of a brilliant innovation. The world came to know it as hard bop. It was the sound of its day, and it codified what came to be called the "Blue Note sound."  - Limited Edition: 7500 Copies
6 CDs - $96.00  
Modern Jazz Quartet
Complete Atlantic Studio Modern Jazz Quartet 1956-64 (#249)
The Modern Jazz Quartet was certainly one of the most distinctive voices in the history of jazz, thanks to the unique qualities of personal expression and collective vision of its members Milt Jackson, John Lewis, Percy Heath and Connie Kay . They were also exceptionally prolific during their tenure at Atlantic Records, producing 14 albums in eight years.  - Limited Edition: 5,000 Copies
7 CDs - $119.00  
Charlie Parker
The Complete Benedetti Recordings of Charlie Parker (#129)
These are the Benedetti recordings in their entirety, and after 40 years of rumor, speculation and debate, they are at last available to the world.  - Limited Edition: Unlimited Copies
7 CDs - $112.00  
The Savory Collection
The Savory Collection 1935-1940
Savory's achievement in recording and preserving this material can't be understated. You could be at home around your radio, but you didn't have the equipment in the studio where Savory tinkered and invented. The glory of these broadcasts in many cases heard here is that he was capturing live music without the limitation of a 3 or 4 minute 78 rpm recording. If the club version of a song went for six minutes, no matter. Savory got every note of it.  - Limited Edition: 5,000 Copies
6 CDs - $99.00  
Classic Savoy Be-Bop Sessions
Classic Savoy Be-Bop Sessions 1945-49 (#264)
Listening through the sessions spanning just five years, it's clear that as leaders and soloists these musicians' mastery and confidence increased the more they re-entered the studio. It's also clear how far technology has advanced. Steve Marlowe restored and mastered this entire set using Bit Density Processing, and along with Jonathan Horwich of International Phonograph, has produced magical results.  - Limited Edition: 5,000 Copies
10 CDs - $169.00  
Stanley Turrentine
Blue Note Stanley Turrentine Qt./Sxt. Sessions (#212)

This set is on backorder and is expected to be available in February 2018

Strong, bluesy and soulful. The six Blue Note dates collected on our Mosaic set are in a class by themselves; they are pure hard bop with Stanley Turrentine sharing the front line with a horn equal to him in talent.  - Limited Edition: 5000 Copies

5 CDs - $80.00  
Teddy Wilson
Classic Brunswick & Columbia Teddy Wilson Sessions 1934-42
This definitive set is the most massive volume we've ever released featuring Wilson, and it's a more complete selection than we've been able to offer previously because we weren't limited to just his trio work. Plus, this retrospective begins as Wilson was launching his amazing recording career – all of the polish and lyricism he'd become known for with the added bonus of that indescribable feeling of spontaneity and invention.  - Limited Edition: 5,000 Copies
7 CDs - $119.00  
Lester Young
Classic 1936-1947 Count Basie & Lester Young Studio Sessions (#263)
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.  - Limited Edition: 5,000 Copies
8 CDs - $136.00