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Did you mean "Sexiest album covers" thread, Weizen Jr? :)

Jackie Ivory - Soul discovery

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A few more that I don't believe ever made it to CD - if I'm wrong, I'm sure that someone here will know:

Don Cherry/Jon Appleton: Human Music

Bill Lewis: Khan Jamal: The River

Archie Shepp: Shepp a Massy

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A couple of Riversides that haven't been reissued:

Lil Armstrong: Satchmo and Me - a spoken word reminiscence

"George Crater" (Ed Sherman): Out of My Head - period (early 60's) jazz comedy

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Whole heap of great British jazz that has yet to make it to CD (other than possible Japanese or boot issues):

Off the top of my head-

Joe Harriott 'Hum Dono' (UK Columbia)

Kenny Wheeler 'Windmill Tilter' (Fontana)

Mike Taylor 'Pendulum' (UK Columbia)

'Introducing Danny Moss' (UK Columbia)

Neil Ardley 'Symphony of Amoranths (Regal Zonophone)

D'Silva/Alford - 'Cosmic Eye/Dream Sequence (Regal Zonophone)

Tony Coe 'Zeitgeist' (EMI)

Mike Westbrook 'Tyger' (RCA)

Mike Westbrook 'Live' (Cadillac)

And possibly hundreds more...

Edited by sidewinder

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Ahh...yes...

My list is long, but being the huge Billy Cobham fan that I am, I don't know why the fine folks who own the rights to "Observations & Reflections" c. 1982 and "Smokin" c.1983. can't release these on CD. Both were released under the Elektra/Musician label and they feature excellent solo work from Billy as well as Dean Brown on guitar.

I've tried burning them, but it's just not the same. If anyone knows these are available, please email me!

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A couple of Riversides that haven't been reissued:

Lil Armstrong: Satchmo and Me - a spoken word reminiscence

"George Crater" (Ed Sherman): Out of My Head - period (early 60's) jazz comedy

Riverside also had a 2 lp Coleman Hawkins "oral history" set.

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A few more that I don't believe ever made it to CD - if I'm wrong, I'm sure that someone here will know:

Don Cherry/Jon Appleton: Human Music

This one just announced to be released on Water.

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I see from Allmusic that Phil Woods' "Live at the Showboat" has been releases on cd just this year, missing 4 cuts though, including one that clocks in at over 20 minutes.

Well, a little poking around shows that it was issued a couple of years ago. Amazon shows an import due to be released in August that may have the all the cuts.

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BILL, MILES, JOE, J.J., PHIL & ART (CBS)

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Ooops, wrong thread. Sorry!

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Has Pepper Adams date on Spotlight, Ephemera, ever been out on cd?

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I've never come across the following on CD, tho perhaps they were reissued in Japan:

Bucky Pizzarrelli and Bud Freeman: Buck & Bud (Flying Dutchman)

Joe Albany: Portrait of an Artist (Musician)

Vi Redd: Bird Call (UA)

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Bird Call made it to cd in Japan in a really limited fashion (pressed as a Blue Note Club selection or some such by TOCJ).

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Here are just a few that I would love to see on CD:

Charles McPherson - Free Bop - Xanadu (with Lou Levy, Peter Sprague, Monty Budwig)

Dolo Coker - Dolo! - Xanadu (with Blue Mitchell, Harold Land, Leroy Vinnegar, Frank Butler)

Art Farmer - Live In Tokyo - CTI (Japanese) with Jackie Mclean, Cedar Walton,Sam Jones, Billy Higgins

Teddy Edwards - Feelin's - Muse (with Conte Candoli, Dolo Coker, Ray Brown, Frank Butler)

Jimmy Knepper In L.A. - Disco Mate (Japanese) with Lew tabackin, Roger kellaway, Monty Budwig, Shelly Manne

John Lewis - Lew Tabackin Duo - East World (Japanese)

Johnny Griffin - NYC Underground - Galaxy (with Ronnie Mathews, Ray Drummond, Idris Muhammad)

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Ornette Coleman Crisis

Anthony Braxton’s Arista albums (only Creative Orchestra Music and 3/4s of Montreux/Berlin were ever released on CD)

Anthony Braxton Live at Moers Festival (and all the other Ring/Moers releases)

Willem Breuker Live in Berlin (FMP)

Jimmy Giuffre’s Ad Lib, Seven Pieces, In Concert (Verve)

Roscoe Mitchell Duets with Anthony Braxton (Sackville)

Sam Rivers Black Africa! Perugia (Horo)

Archie Shepp & Philly Joe Jones (this may be out there in some dubious version)

Sun Ra - various

Edward Vesala Kullervo

And how about a widely-available release of Charles Mingus’ Live at Monterey? There’s a few other Mingus dates from the mid-1960s that have made little or no appearances in the digital era.

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Has this ever been reissued on CD? Not to my knowledge:

Willie "The Lion" Smith - Intimate jazz in hi-fi : Accent on piano (Urania UJ-1207)

Henry Goodwin (tp) George Stevenson (tb) Cecil Scott (cl,ts) Willie "The Lion" Smith (p) Sidney Gross (g) Pops Foster (b) Arthur Trappier (d)

New York, 1957

Muskrat ramble

Echoes of spring (1)

Sophisticated lady (2)

Fingerbuster (2)

Fidgety feet

Struttin' with some barbecue

Ain't misbehavin' (2)

Dardanella

Perdido

Through for the day (p solo)

Note: Some sources list date of this session as 1954.

(1) Willie "The Lion" Smith (p) + rhythm.

(2) Willie "The Lion" Smith (p) Arthur Trappier (d) only.

All above titles from also on Jazz Kings 1207.

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Shirley Scott - Scottie Plays The Duke

(AFAIK only one track from the album has appeared on CD - the comp, "Memorial Album")

No chance of a full reissue now I suppose :(

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Shirley Scott - Scottie Plays The Duke

(AFAIK only one track from the album has appeared on CD - the comp, "Memorial Album")

No chance of a full reissue now I suppose :(

Shirley Scott's Impulse albums would make a decent Mosaic box. Hardly any of that material has been n CD.

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Whole heap of great British jazz that has yet to make it to CD (other than possible Japanese or boot issues):

Off the top of my head-

Joe Harriott 'Hum Dono' (UK Columbia)

Kenny Wheeler 'Windmill Tilter' (Fontana)

Mike Taylor 'Pendulum' (UK Columbia)

'Introducing Danny Moss' (UK Columbia)

Neil Ardley 'Symphony of Amoranths (Regal Zonophone)

D'Silva/Alford - 'Cosmic Eye/Dream Sequence (Regal Zonophone)

Tony Coe 'Zeitgeist' (EMI)

Mike Westbrook 'Tyger' (RCA)

Mike Westbrook 'Live' (Cadillac)

And possibly hundreds more...

Agreed on the above--especially the Harriott and Wheeler. Free those puppies (all Harriott is good Harriott, methinks.).

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A few more that I don't believe ever made it to CD - if I'm wrong, I'm sure that someone here will know:

Don Cherry/Jon Appleton: Human Music

This one just announced to be released on Water.

Hell Yes. Nice to see Water fanning out a bit.

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