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  1. This is getting a reissue on vinyl & digital here https://alanbraufman.bandcamp.com/album/valley-of-search-reissue but i see a cd version coming out in Japan in Sept too https://merurido.jp/topic.php?srcbnr=42021
  2. More ENJA reissues 07/29/2020

    We discussed this a few weeks back, I put up a clearer list here I assume they are going to keep doing these so hopefully Compassion will be in next batch
  3. Shirley Scott – One For Me reissue

    Queen Of the Organ on Impulse is coming out again on cd in Japan for first time in 25 plus years in June too https://merurido.jp/item.php?pdid=UCCI9342
  4. Another Strata East album finally gets a cd reissue! https://arc-records.bandcamp.com/album/one-for-me
  5. new Japanese Enja series in Jan

    third series out in july with some first on cds https://merurido.jp/topic.php?srcbnr=41166 ● Tommy Flanagan / Giant Steps (In Memory of John Coltrane) ● Bob Digen / Children of the Night (World's First CD) ● Yosuke Yamashita-Kuniyama Yamamoto / Bolero (World's First CD) of) ● Mal Waldron / A touch of The Blues (the world's first on CD) ● Dollar Brand / African Sketchbook ● Booker Irvin / Lament for Booker Irvin ● Mark Levin / Social Sketches (World's first CD) ● New York Jazz Quartet / Surge (Japan's first CD) ● Cecil McBee Sextet / Music from the Source (Japan's first CD) ● Hannibal Marvin Peterson / The Angels of Atlanta ● Hampton Hoes / Live at the Jazz Showcase Chicago Vol.2 (Japan's first CD) ● Lee Konitz-Albert Mangersdorf / Art of the Duo (Japan's first CD) ● Takase Aki-Maria Joanne-Niels Pedersen / Alice ● Abbey Lincoln / Sings Billy Holiday Vol.2 Ben Webster / Live at Piozu (Japan's first CD) ● Aki Takase / St. Louis Blues ● Susie Fieldguard / Dansk (Japan's first CD) ● Billy Heart & The WDR Big Band / The Broader Picture (Japan's first CD) ● Jean Paul Broadbeck Trio / Extra Time (Japan's first CD) ● Myra Melford / Snowy Egret (Japan's first CD)
  6. Most Japanese reissues recently seem to omit any bonus tracks that appeared on similar Western counterpart versions, I wonder if its a licensing thing or purely to keep it just like the original version.
  7. Aketa Disk/Deep Jazz Reality reissues

    I’ve always been interested in the Jack De Johnette - Jackeyboard one, amazingly in these days of everything being available I have never come across a rip or leak of it anywhere! Does anyone have it, what’s it like?
  8. new Japanese Enja series in Jan

    2nd series of this coming out in April with a few first time on cd https://merurido.jp/topic.php?srcbnr=38801 ● Tommy Flanagan / Super Session ● Elvin Jones / Live At The Village Vanguard ● Mar Waldron / Up Popped The Devil ● Benny Wallace / Live At The Public Theater ● Hampton Hawes / Live at the Jazz Showcase Chicago Vol.1 ● Manfred Shoof Meets ・ Yosuke Yamashita Trio / Distant Thunder (World's First CD) ● Dollar Brand / African Space・ Program (first CD in Japan) ● Pepper Adams / Julian ● Yosuke Yamashita / Bansuri Kana ● John Scofield / Rough House ● Joe Lovano / Sounds of Joy ● Abby Lincoln / Abbey Things Billy Holiday Vol.1 ● Aki Takase-David Murray / Blue Monk ● Niels Pedersen-Philipp Katereen / Art of the Duo ● Max Roach / Long as Your Living (First CD in Japan) ● Aki Takase / Clapping MusicCarl Berga ー & Masahiko Sato / With Silence (World's first CD) ● Sun Ra & His Omniverses Orchestra / Destination Unknown ● Trio M / The Guest House (Japan's first CD) ● Ron Miles Bill Friesel-Brian Blade / Circuit Rider (First CD in Japan)
  9. Charles Tolliver All-Stars vinyl and CD reissue

    It’s been listed on the Strata East site for years yes but this is first time it’s actually been listed on a proper vendors site so hoping for the best! so no one has any idea what time period the Trenches session is from?
  10. Charles Tolliver All-Stars vinyl and CD reissue

    Just noticed that Dusty Groove now have this cd ( I assume it’s same version, it’s listed as just on Strata East) coming into stock soon for those who balked at Mosaics postage. Also listed coming in next couple of weeks is one by him entitled “In The Trenches”, anyone know what this is, is it some of the long promised archive stuff that was mentioned years back?? https://www.dustygroove.com/item/944527?incl_cs=1&no_incl_in=1&sort_order=release_date&format=cd https://www.dustygroove.com/item/944626?incl_cs=1&no_incl_in=1&sort_order=release_date&format=cd Just found an old mention of In The Trenches here, no date of recording though http://www.serecs.com/coming.html
  11. Pharaoh Sanders live in Paris (1975) ORTF source

    It actually sounds really great sound wise going by the bandcamp sample and is that period just after the Impulse years and the one album he made for India Navigation, i’m not that familiar with the other players in the band though.
  12. Pharaoh Sanders live in Paris (1975) ORTF source

    its still considerably more than vinyl sales!, in the uk last year 28 million cds were sold and 4.3 million LPs, by your logic why bother with vinyl either. An interesting read https://www.superdeluxeedition.com/feature/saturday-deluxe-18-january-2020/#more-155797
  13. Pharaoh Sanders live in Paris (1975) ORTF source

    Utterly ridiculous, where is the business sense of these people, much like the Frank Low / Rashid Ali item , if they are not going to bother with cd then i'll just download illegally, they need to realise that there is still a good market for jazz cds and most people (on here at least) like a physical product and are unlikely to pay for digital files, the cost to produce cds is negligible comparatively.
  14. Just saw this listed on CDJapan http://www.cdjapan.co.jp/product/SICJ-10012?utm_source=MAIL&utm_medium=text-genre&utm_campaign=Jazz-20191211-genre-SICJ-10012 i didn’t get the Bitches Brew once since have too many copies already but am v tempted by this one.
  15. Miles Davis Bootleg Series Vol. 6

    I order from them frequently on Amazon.UK and always been great