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Mosaic Select: Boogie Woogie & Blues Piano (MS-030)

 Various

Mosaic Select: Boogie Woogie & Blues Piano (MS-030)
When it comes to boogie woogie, Meade Lux Lewis, Albert Ammons, Pete Johnson and Jimmy Yancey are the innovative pantheon and some of their finest performances are represented here. Later interpreters like Freddie Slack, Kenny Kersey, Teddy Wilson, and Mary Lou Williams are also included. - Limited Edition: 5000 Copies
3 CDs - $44.00  
The Complete Clef/Mercury Rec. Of Oscar Peterson Trio (#241)

Oscar Peterson

The Complete Clef/Mercury Rec. Of Oscar Peterson Trio (#241)
This Mosaic Records collection is the first comprehensive study of Oscar Peterson's earliest trio recordings, the setting for which he was best known, throughout his reign. - Limited Edition: 10,000 Copies
7 CDs - $119.00  
The Complete Ahmad Jamal Trio Argo Sessions (#246)

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  
Classic Earl Hines Sessions 1928-1945 (#254)

Earl Hines

Classic Earl Hines Sessions 1928-1945 (#254)
For the first time ever, you can own a set that brings together Earl Hines' important work as a leader and soloist spanning 1928 to 1945. This unprecedented collection draws from all the important labels that recorded him -- OKeh, Victor, Brunswick, Vocalion, Bluebird and Signature. - Limited Edition: 5,000 Copies
7 CDs - $119.00  
Classic James P. Johnson Sessions (#262)

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  

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