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Ruby Braff - Hi-Fi Salute To Bunny (MCD-1016)
To pay homage to Bunny, RCA Victor decided to bring Ruby Braff and seven mainstream veterans and newcomers to the studio and perform nine tunes associated with Berigan.
Art Farmer - The Time And The Place (MCD-1010)
We have uncovered the original three-track masters of the unedited performance of this classic 1967 concert and remixed them in 24-bit.
Bud Freeman- Chicago/ Austin High School (MCD-1002)
For the three sessions led by Bud Freeman on RCA Victor in 1957, he assembled three excellent bands to tackle 14 venerated compositions from the '20s and '30s. Sidemen include Jimmy McPartland, Billy Butterfield, Jack Teagarden, Pee Wee Russell, Peanuts Hucko and George Wettling.
Slide Hampton - Drum Suite (MCD-1007)
This album offers some of Slide's best writing, much of which was specifically written for Yusef Lateef and Max Roach.
George Wein - Is Alive And Well (MCD-1018)
This set is Running Low
The Newport All Stars on this occasion are Pee Wee Russell, clarinet; Bud Freeman, tenor sax; Jack Lesberg, bass; Don Lamond, drums, and myself on piano
Lee Wiley - West of the Moon (MCD-1008)
Despite her acumen for picking great songs and her way with a lyric, Wiley found little success beyond the jazz world and her opportunities to record were shamefully scant. Here she is fittingly paired with arranger Ralph Burns whose richly-voiced orchestrations are ideal for her style and delivery.