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Stan Getz:The 1953-54 Norgran Studio Sessions (4 LPs)(#3003)

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  
Roland Kirk: The Limelight/Verve Albums (4 LPs)(#3006)

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 TrackingAngle.com,” all I can say is THIS IS INCREDIBLE!!!!!! - Limited Edition: 3500 Copies
4 LPs (180 gram) - $100.00  
Gerry Mulligan: The Emarcy Sextet Recordings (5 LPs - #3008)

Gerry Mulligan

Gerry Mulligan: The Emarcy Sextet Recordings (5 LPs - #3008)
The 1955-56 Gerry Mulligan Sextet was an outstanding ensemble on several levels. In Jon Eardley, Bob Brookmeyer and Zoot Sims, Mulligan found soloists with the same high degree of invention and melodic development that he possessed. The light buoyant swing of Peck Morrison and Dave Bailey without the weight of a chordal instrument was inspiring to the soloists and a joy for the listener. But the most compelling characteristic of this sextet was Mulligan’s ability to write brilliant arrangements for a small group that possessed the drive and intricacy of a big band. - Limited Edition: 3500 Copies
5 LPs (180 gram) - $125.00  

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