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The following CDs are scheduled for future release.

On October 18,2006

SICP 1152 Bennett,Tony(vo)/Duets-American Classics 2520

SICP 1160(3 CD +DVD) Weather Report/Forecast:Tomorrow 8400

VRCL 11003(Hybid) Mahya,Grace(vo)/Look Of Love 2940

VRCL 18834 Tiffany(vo)/Nearness Of You 2835

On October 20,2006

PCD 23842 Jordan,Clifford/In The World 2415

PCD 2681 V.A./For John Coltrane:Love Is Supreme 2415

On October 21,2006

VICJ 61393 Benson,George(vo) & Al Jarreau(vo)/Givin'it Up 2520

VICP 63618 Charles,Ray(vo) & Count Basie/Ray Sings, Basie Swings 2520

On October 25,2006

IECP 20017(2 CD) Naylor,Jacqui(vo)/East-west 3675

IECP 10069 Miller,Dominic(g)/The Best Of 2625

IECP 10070 Miller,Dominic(g)/Fourth Wall 2625

BVCJ 31045 Stahl,Fredrika(vo)/Fraction Of You +1 2548

BVCJ 37525 Saijyo,Kohnosuke(ts)/Resurrection* 2310

BVCJ 37526 Yamamoto,Hozan(Bamboo Flute)/The Suite For Shakuhachi* 2310

BVCJ 37527 Ueno,Takako(vo)/Good Morning Heartache* 2310

BVCJ 37528 Oono,Yuji(p)/My Little Angel* 2310

BVCJ 37529 Kanno,Mitsuaki(p)/Busyo* 2310

BVCJ 37530 Hino,Terumasa(tp)/Manha de Carnaval* 2310

BVCJ 37531 Kanno,Mitsuaki(p)/When The World Was Young* 2310

BVCJ 37532 Ogyu,Sakurako(p)/Ballad Night* 2310

BVCJ 37533 Toki,Hiefumi(as)/City* 2310

BVCJ 37534 Suzuki,Shouji(cl)/New Suzukake No Michi* 2310

On November 3,2006

PCD 22271 Megatron/I Believe In A Thing Called Soul: Vol.1 2310

PCD 22272 Link Quartet/Keep It Moving: Gran Turismo Soul Hits 2310

On November 8,2006

VICJ 61396 Noon(vo)/Holu Wishes 2100

KICJ 511 Various/Santana Tribute In Fusion Guitar 2600

KICJ 2171 Hubbard,Freddie(tp)/Red Clay 1500

KICJ 2172 Hubbard,Freddie(tp)/Polar AC 1500

KICJ 2173 Hubbard,Freddie(tp) & Stanley Turrentine(ts)/In Concert Vol.1 1500

KICJ 2174 Hall,Jim(g)/Concierto 1500

KICJ 2175 Hall,Jim(g)/Studio Trieste 1500

KICJ 2176 Baker,Chet(tp)/She Was Too Good To Me 1500

KICJ 2177 Evans,Bill(p)/Montreux: II 1500

KICJ 2178 Benson,George(g)/Summertime 2001: George Benson In Concert-carnegie Hall 1500

KICJ 2179 Jackson,Milt(vib)/Sunflower 1500

KICJ 2180 Jackson,Milt(vib)/Olinga 1500

KICJ 2181 Turrentine,Stanley(ts)/Sugar 1500

KICJ 2182 Turrentine,Stanley(ts)/Cherry 1500

KICJ 2183 Desmond,Paul(as)/Skylark 1500

KICJ 2184 Desmond,Paul(as/Pure Desmond 1500

KICJ 2185 Farrell,Joe(ts)/Out Back 1500

KICJ 2186 Farmer,Art(tp) & Jim Hall/Big Blues 1500

KICJ 2187 Sebesky,Don(arr)/Giant Box 1500

KICJ 2188 Szabo,Gabor(g)/Mizrab 1500

KICJ 2189 Lateef,Yusef(ts)/Autophysiopsychic 1500

KICJ 2190 Weston,Randy(p)/Blue Moses 1500

KICC 647 Swingle Singers/Christmas Present 2500

KICJ 480 Manhattan Transfer/Acapella Christmas 3000

On November 22,2006

SME SICP 1222 Davis,Miles(tp)/Jack Johnson* 1890

SME SICP 1223 Davis,Miles(tp)/At Fillmore* 2835

SME SICP 1225 Davis,Miles(tp)/Live Evil* 2835

SME SICP 1227 Davis,Miles(tp)/On The Corner* 1890

SME SICP 1228 Davis,Miles(tp)/Get Up With It* 2835

SME SICP 1230 Davis,Miles(tp)/Agharta* 2835

SME SICP 1232 Davis,Miles(tp)/Pangaea* 2835

SME SICP 1234 Davis,Miles(tp)/The Man With The Horn* 2835

SME SICP 1235 Davis,Miles(tp)/We Want Miles* 2835

SME SICP 1237 Davis,Miles(tp)/You're Underarrest* 2835

MHCP 10022(Hybrid) Isao,Suzuki(b)/Blow Up* 2415

MHCP 10023(Hybrid) Takayanagi,Masayuki(g)/Ginparis Session* 2415

MHCP 10024(Hybrid) Yamamoto,Tsuyoshi(p)/Midnight Sugar* 2415

MHCP 10025(Hybrid) Wada,Sunao(g)/Coco's Blues* 2415

MHCP 10026(Hybrid) Nakamura,Teruo(b)/Unicorn* 2415

MHCP 10027(Hybrid) Toki,Hidefumi(as)/Toki* 2415

MHCP 10028(Hybrid) Miyamoto,Naosuke(ts)/Step* 2415

MHCP 10029(Hybrid) Toya,Shigeko(vo)/Toya Shigeko With The Imada Masaru Trio* 2415

MHCP 10030(Hybrid) Nakamoto,Mari(vo)/Unforgettable* 2415

MHCP 10031(Hybrid) Hosokawa,Ayako(vo)/Mr Wonderful* 2415

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PCD 23842 Jordan,Clifford/In The World 2415

Woo-hoo! The wait is over. Now if only Charles Brackeen's Rhythm X had been in that batch.

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PCD 23842 Jordan,Clifford/In The World 2415

Woo-hoo! The wait is over.

C'mon then, tell us all about it!

Also, can anyone give any info on the two Jim Hall CDs ie who is on them and are they any good?

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i won't address 'concierto' because it's so ubiquitous.

'studio trieste' is credited to three primaries: chet baker, jim hall, and hubert laws.

it also features jack wilkins, kenny barron, jorge dalto, gary king, george mraz, steve gadd, and sammy figueroa with arrangements by don sebesky.

the track listing: is:

1. swan lake (8:42)

2. all blues (9:43)

3. malaguena (9:44)

4. django (10:02)

i feel its a well-rounded somewhat typical CTI date, in the better sense of the word, due to chet's presence. the sides were recorded in march and april of 1982, so he was in fine form.

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cduniverse shows these CTI imports as preorderable at 17.99 each.

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cduniverse shows these CTI imports as preorderable at 17.99 each.

I was curious about those too. Any stand outs (aside from Red Clay perhaps)?

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1. Vienna

2. Doug's Prelude

3. Ouagoudougou

4. 872

Clifford Jordan: tenor saxophone

Julian Priester: trombone

Don Cherry or Kenny Dorham: trumpet

Wynton Kelly: piano

Wilbur Ware or Richard Davis: bass

Al Heath or Roy Haynes or Ed Blackwell: drums

Recorded Spring 1969

Headman — I actually haven't heard this session, but have always wanted to. If it's anything like Jordan's other Strata East sessions, we're in for a treat.

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KICJ 2177 Evans,Bill(p)/Montreux: II 1500

I was looking through a discography of Evans, and this was Evans' only release on CTI (????). How'd that happen? Didn't think Creed Taylor had that much contact with Evans. This will be a nice pick up though.

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if you live in new york and are curious, downtown music gallery sells a uh CD version currently but it isn't legit and is from LP.

don cherry is on half the tracks and the other half have dorham.

half the tracks have two of the drummers and one half have one guy.

overall a good album. not awesome. mellow.

pretty late in the game and progressive for a wynton kelly appearance, right?

i will relisten but off the top of my head i recall really liking the long first track and the others are good but weren't as good.

maybe a legit CD issue would clear up the sound of the double drumming.

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KICJ 2177 Evans,Bill(p)/Montreux: II 1500

I was looking through a discography of Evans, and this was Evans' only release on CTI (????). How'd that happen? Didn't think Creed Taylor had that much contact with Evans. This will be a nice pick up though.

Surely Evans knew Taylor well from Verve?

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Is the Weather Report a compilation?

Bertrand.

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Looks to me as the Japanese version of the upcoming US box set.

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Looks to me as the Japanese version of the upcoming US box set.

You're right Lol.

According to the 'HMV Japan' website HMV Japan the 'international' box set is due out on 19 September with the Japanese box set on 18 October. Both sets are three CDs and a DVD.

I'm not an expert on Weather Report so I'm not sure whether its a 'best of' or new/unreleased tracks - or both?

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i saw a promo copy of the weather report box in a record store and it looked like a best of to me in my brief glance. pretty disappointing.

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Any opinions about the CTI albums by Art Farmer and Randy Weston? I hated Lateefs contribution to this label........

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The Weston is pretty cool, imo. "Slick", but in a good way. Great charts, great playing. Electric piano on some cuts, but that's not a problem for me. Definitely a "production" album, but it ain't the meat, it's the motion...

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1. Vienna

2. Doug's Prelude

3. Ouagoudougou

4. 872

Clifford Jordan: tenor saxophone

Julian Priester: trombone

Don Cherry or Kenny Dorham: trumpet

Wynton Kelly: piano

Wilbur Ware or Richard Davis: bass

Al Heath or Roy Haynes or Ed Blackwell: drums

Recorded Spring 1969

Headman — I actually haven't heard this session, but have always wanted to. If it's anything like Jordan's other Strata East sessions, we're in for a treat.

This might be my favorite Jordan side, period, all things considered. I know that he's said that it was his.

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Pity they're not issuing Fats Theus "Black out".

I might spring for the Weston. That's my favourite Weston by a long margin (oh, except for the one with Frank Haynes).

MG

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Tony it's far from my favorite Weston, I view it more the way that Jim does. It's well worth having, it's nothing like the (tongue in cheek I hope!) CTI by Gentle Joseph Teefski!

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Thanks Guys, but what about the Art Farmer? And, while we are up and running, the Farrel disc, Out Back?

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I can't really remember, but always thought there was something a little odd about the Jim Hall "Studio Trieste" - did they take old tracks and put new solos on them, or something like that? (I think that on "Youkali" it was old solos on new tracks.)

The Farmer/Hall "Big Blues" is good, but tame. (Plus it has a version of my least favorite tune - "A Child Is Born.") All the Farrell "CTI"'s are worth having - a nice blend of his post-bop style with a few concessions to what was happening in the '70's. Where's "Penny Arcade?" The Weston has some of the best Grover Washington on record, for what that may be worth to you.

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Hey Jim, I saw Clifford Jordan play around 1979. I had him sign my copy of Glass Bead Games. When I asked him his favorite lp he said The Adventurer, his most current issue at the time. I guess I couldn't argue with that. Both In the World and Reasons in Tonality were cutouts with the no respect price of $1.99 here in RI around that time. Man, I miss cutouts.

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On 9/9/2006 at 4:53 PM, etherbored said:

i won't address 'concierto' because it's so ubiquitous.

'studio trieste' is credited to three primaries: chet baker, jim hall, and hubert laws.

it also features jack wilkins, kenny barron, jorge dalto, gary king, george mraz, steve gadd, and sammy figueroa with arrangements by don sebesky.

the track listing: is:

1. swan lake (8:42)

2. all blues (9:43)

3. malaguena (9:44)

4. django (10:02)

i feel its a well-rounded somewhat typical CTI date, in the better sense of the word, due to chet's presence. the sides were recorded in march and april of 1982, so he was in fine form.

-e-

683.jpg

sound clips here...

I just bought this LP, original CTI. A very-very enjoyable album. Highly recommended by moi.

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