Upcoming Releases

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  
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 Mulliganís 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  

Future Projects - Not Yet Available for Pre-Order

Here's a look at sets that we are currently working on at Mosaic.

Each of our sets is a time-consuming affair to assemble from securing rights to tape research to studio mastering to the photographic, historical and discographical research for our booklets. Each step is fraught with surprises and therefore it is possible that the Future Projects may not see the light of day. These are not yet available for preorder

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