Dont Be That Way - Various - Guide To Jazz (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. This album, now quite rare on vinyl, is a must have for saxophonists and fans of saxy jazz. John Coltrane soars, Zoot Sims swings as usual, Al Cohn lays down some tasty licks and Hank Mobley aquits himself admirably. The rhythm section is more than adequate /5(16).
  2. Various - Guide To Jazz LP VG LPM Alternative Cover Artwork Vinyl Record Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Various - Guide To Jazz LP VG LPM Alternative Cover Artwork Vinyl Record at the best online prices at eBay!
  3. Compilation vol.4 by Various Artists, released 21 January 1. Emapea - Sunny Vibes 2. Konteks - Atmos 3. leaf beach - Mirage 4. Juan Rios - Luciérnaga 5. Dr. Dundiff - All of You 6. Tom Doolie - In Life 7. Intalekt - 8. n o r m a l - Dusk 9. mell-ø - Withdrawn mecca - Dawn Maneuvers chief. - nightingale Elijah Nang - Kohi for Two
  4. Jazz was consistently sold on vinyl later than pop or rock, so most every album through to or so will be available on vinyl. Many of the classic albums were released (and rereleased) in huge numbers, so finding Miles, Brubeck, Coltrane, etc. is easy and the records tend to be cheap.
  5. Apr 16,  · Label: World Music Network - RGNETLP • Series: Rough Guides,The Rough Guide To Jazz And Blues Legends • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation, Limited Edition, Remastered • Country: UK & US • Genre: Blues • Style: Piedmont Blues, Country Blues, Delta Blues, East Coast Blues.
  6. The title of this compilation is something of an invention, but it's a good idea and deftly realized. To the extent that the vast area bounded by the shores of the Mediterranean can be adequately sampled on one disc, this collection does the trick: sixteen tracks totaling a generous 76 minutes bring together music from fourteen countries.
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Guide to Jazz - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  8. Feb 20,  · His New Jazz/Prestige label started issuing titles in , on 10″ shellac. The format evolved through 10″ microgroove vinyl in the early ’50s, to the 12″ microgroove LP in A series of label design changes accompanied the changing formats, before reinventing the name “New Jazz” in as a separate label, the New Jazz label.

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