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"Unreleased" Blue Note 70s Twofers on CD?

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I'm just curious how Blue Note has dealt with these in the digital age. I'm assuming they didn't simply copy the (ugly) 70s graphics. Did they make up titles and fresh cover art to make them look as though they were released on vinyl at the time of recording? Or is it haphazard, on a case by case basis?

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what, you want more? :rolleyes:

actually, chuck's response is pretty accurate.

yes, they didn't simply copy the ugly 70s graphics.

yes, they made up new cover art reflecting the look of blue note album covers of the time.

and yes, the reissue of this series has been rather haphazard.

as to whether they were succesful in accomplishing these goals, i think that's a subjective question. why not take a look at the titles below, then do a google image search for the covers and judge for yourself.

Jazz Classics LT series (12 inch LP)

* LT 987 Lee Morgan - Sonic Boom

* LT 988 Wayne Shorter - The Soothsayer

* LT 989 Dexter Gordon - Clubhouse

* LT 990 Grant Green - Solid

* LT 991 Donald Byrd - Chant

* LT 992 Jimmy Smith - Confirmation

* LT 993 Stanley Turrentine - New Time Shuffle

* LT 994 Jackie McLean - Consequence

* LT 995 Hank Mobley - A Slice of the Top

* LT 996 Bobby Hutcherson - Spiral

* LT 1028 Lou Donaldson - Midnight Sun

* LT 1030 Andrew Hill - Dance with Death

* LT 1031 Lee Morgan - Taru

* LT 1032 Grant Green - Nigeria

* LWB 1033 Horace Silver - Silver 'n Strings Play the Music of Spheres

* LT 1037 Stanley Turrentine - In Memory Of

* LT 1038 Larry Young - Mother Ship

* LT 1044 Bobby Hutcherson - Patterns

* LT 1045 Hank Mobley - Thinking of Home

* LT 1046 The Jazz Crusaders - Live Sides

* LT 1051 Dexter Gordon - Landslide

* LT 1052 Ike Quebec - With a Song in My Heart

* LT 1053 Joe Pass - The Complete "Catch Me!" Sessions

* LT 1054 Jimmy Smith - Cool Blues

* LT 1055 Vic Dickenson/Bobby Hackett - Mainstreamin' (not released)

* LT 1056 Wayne Shorter - Etcetera

* LT 1057 Harold Land - Take Aim

* LT 1058 Lee Morgan - Tom Cat

* LT 1064 Art Pepper - Omega Alpha

* LT 1065 Art Blakey - Once Upon a Groove

* LT 1075 Stanley Turrentine - Mr. Natural

* LT 1076 Leo Parker - Rollin' with Leo

* LT 1081 Hank Mobley - Third Season

* LT 1082 Blue Mitchell - Step Lightly

* LT 1085 Jackie McLean - Vertigo

* LT 1086 Bobby Hutcherson - Medina

* LT 1088 Art Blakey - Africaine

* LT 1089 Ike Quebec - Congo Lament

* LT 1091 Lee Morgan - Infinity

* LT 1092 Jimmy Smith - On the Sunny Side

* LT 1095 Stanley Turrentine - Ain't No Way

* LT 1096 Donald Byrd - The Creeper

* LT 1100 Bob Brookmeyer/Bill Evans - As Time Goes By

* LT 1101 Gerry Mulligan - Freeway

* LT 1102 Jean-Luc Ponty Live at Donte's

* LT 1103 Joe Pass - Joy Spring

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what, you want more? :rolleyes:

actually, chuck's response is pretty accurate.

a few observations

1 - to their credit, it looks like Blue Note eventually got just about everything in that series out on CD.

2 - Teasing the Korean got both the long and short of it from board members, and got a proper introduction to Chuck.

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Jazz Classics LT series (12 inch LP)

* LT 987 Lee Morgan - Sonic Boom

* LT 988 Wayne Shorter - The Soothsayer

* LT 989 Dexter Gordon - Clubhouse

* LT 990 Grant Green - Solid

* LT 991 Donald Byrd - Chant

* LT 992 Jimmy Smith - Confirmation

* LT 993 Stanley Turrentine - New Time Shuffle

* LT 994 Jackie McLean - Consequence

* LT 995 Hank Mobley - A Slice of the Top

* LT 996 Bobby Hutcherson - Spiral

* LT 1028 Lou Donaldson - Midnight Sun

* LT 1030 Andrew Hill - Dance with Death

* LT 1031 Lee Morgan - Taru

* LT 1032 Grant Green - Nigeria

* LWB 1033 Horace Silver - Silver 'n Strings Play the Music of Spheres

* LT 1037 Stanley Turrentine - In Memory Of

* LT 1038 Larry Young - Mother Ship

* LT 1044 Bobby Hutcherson - Patterns

* LT 1045 Hank Mobley - Thinking of Home

* LT 1046 The Jazz Crusaders - Live Sides

* LT 1051 Dexter Gordon - Landslide

* LT 1052 Ike Quebec - With a Song in My Heart

* LT 1053 Joe Pass - The Complete "Catch Me!" Sessions

* LT 1054 Jimmy Smith - Cool Blues

* LT 1055 Vic Dickenson/Bobby Hackett - Mainstreamin' (not released)

* LT 1056 Wayne Shorter - Etcetera

* LT 1057 Harold Land - Take Aim

* LT 1058 Lee Morgan - Tom Cat

* LT 1064 Art Pepper - Omega Alpha

* LT 1065 Art Blakey - Once Upon a Groove

* LT 1075 Stanley Turrentine - Mr. Natural

* LT 1076 Leo Parker - Rollin' with Leo

* LT 1081 Hank Mobley - Third Season

* LT 1082 Blue Mitchell - Step Lightly

* LT 1085 Jackie McLean - Vertigo

* LT 1086 Bobby Hutcherson - Medina

* LT 1088 Art Blakey - Africaine

* LT 1089 Ike Quebec - Congo Lament

* LT 1091 Lee Morgan - Infinity

* LT 1092 Jimmy Smith - On the Sunny Side

* LT 1095 Stanley Turrentine - Ain't No Way

* LT 1096 Donald Byrd - The Creeper

* LT 1100 Bob Brookmeyer/Bill Evans - As Time Goes By

* LT 1101 Gerry Mulligan - Freeway

* LT 1102 Jean-Luc Ponty Live at Donte's

* LT 1103 Joe Pass - Joy Spring

What titles of these (if any) have yet to see any kind of digital reissue?? Plenty are only on Mosaics (and not ever available as singles, or at least not as yet), but have any gone completely un-reissued in any digital form??

Thanks!!

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Jazz Classics LT series (12 inch LP)

What titles of these (if any) have yet to see any kind of digital reissue?? Plenty are only on Mosaics (and not ever available as singles, or at least not as yet), but have any gone completely un-reissued in any digital form??

Thanks!!

Off the top of my head, I believe these have seen non-Mosaic small set or single CD release or have shown up as bonus cuts on individual CD's. I'm sure some of our board-mates sitting there with discographies and focused minds will have corrections, but here's a strawman to start:

* LT 987 Lee Morgan - Sonic Boom

* LT 988 Wayne Shorter - The Soothsayer

* LT 989 Dexter Gordon - Clubhouse

* LT 990 Grant Green - Solid

* LT 992 Jimmy Smith - Confirmation

* LT 994 Jackie McLean - Consequence

* LT 995 Hank Mobley - A Slice of the Top

* LT 996 Bobby Hutcherson - Spiral

* LT 1030 Andrew Hill - Dance with Death

* LT 1031 Lee Morgan - Taru

* LT 1032 Grant Green - Nigeria

* LT 1044 Bobby Hutcherson - Patterns

* LT 1045 Hank Mobley - Thinking of Home

* LT 1052 Ike Quebec - With a Song in My Heart

* LT 1054 Jimmy Smith - Cool Blues

* LT 1056 Wayne Shorter - Etcetera

* LT 1057 Harold Land - Take Aim

* LT 1058 Lee Morgan - Tom Cat

* LT 1064 Art Pepper - Omega Alpha

* LT 1065 Art Blakey - Once Upon a Groove

* LT 1076 Leo Parker - Rollin' with Leo

* LT 1081 Hank Mobley - Third Season

* LT 1085 Jackie McLean - Vertigo

* LT 1086 Bobby Hutcherson - Medina

* LT 1088 Art Blakey - Africaine

* LT 1089 Ike Quebec - Congo Lament

* LT 1091 Lee Morgan - Infinity

* LT 1092 Jimmy Smith - On the Sunny Side

* LT 1095 Stanley Turrentine - Ain't No Way

* LT 1101 Gerry Mulligan - Freeway

* LT 1102 Jean-Luc Ponty Live at Donte's

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Uh... I think that TTK was asking about the Twofers, not the single disc LT series...

Chuck's answer holds true for that as well. ;)

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Uh... I think that TTK was asking about the Twofers, not the single disc LT series...

Exactly what I was going to say. Do we need to start over (from where Chuck left off)? I don't remember the twofers that clearly anymore... 30 years is a long time. Anyway, most of the twofers I had included material that has since been pretty easy to find on CD... but I'm sure there were some others that were outside my area of interest that have remained somewhat difficult or scattered. The one that I think of (and still have, actually) is the Stanley Turrentine twofer (mega-close-up color photo, or "ugly colored dots" series ;)) with the Duke Pearson-arranged session that hasn't seen daylight since.

Oh, and once again, I'm not going to agree with the LT covers being referred to as "ugly". :cool:

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Uh... I think that TTK was asking about the Twofers, not the single disc LT series...

Exactly what I was going to say. Do we need to start over (from where Chuck left off)? I don't remember the twofers that clearly anymore... 30 years is a long time. Anyway, most of the twofers I had included material that has since been pretty easy to find on CD... but I'm sure there were some others that were outside my area of interest that have remained somewhat difficult or scattered. The one that I think of (and still have, actually) is the Stanley Turrentine twofer (mega-close-up color photo, or "ugly colored dots" series ;)) with the Duke Pearson-arranged session that hasn't seen daylight since.

Oh, and once again, I'm not going to agree with the LT covers being referred to as "ugly". :cool:

Off the top of my head, the other Jackei McLean album on Jacknife (the one with Moncur) has never made it out on CD. I believe it's the only Blue Note J-Mac that's still missing on CD. The McCoy Tyner stuff on Cosmos will finally come out on the Mosaic Select if that really makes it out in January (the 70's Hutcherson Select is due at the same time). That's all I can think of right off.

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Oh, and once again, I'm not going to agree with the LT covers being referred to as "ugly". :cool:

Not ugly, but unimaginative in the sense that they were not really jazz related - a small photo insert of the leader would have been sufficient.

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The JMac session w/Moncur was on the Hipnosis two-fer & is currently available on the Moncur Select.

The "High Freqency" session is the one from the Jacknife two-fer that's not seen release outside of the McLean Mosaic.

So that's two from the two-fers that have not yet seen individual CD release.

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Oh, and once again, I'm not going to agree with the LT covers being referred to as "ugly". :cool:

Not ugly, but unimaginative in the sense that they were not really jazz related - a small photo insert of the leader would have been sufficient.

This has been discussed at length in at least two different threads (one quite recently), and I'll just say that I disagree with you. The eloquent one, Mr. Sangrey, has expressed it better than I could, but...

The photos themselves (by themselves) may not have had anything to do with jazz, but the images were, in many cases, clearly associated with the album title in their application. In some cases, the association required more of a stretch of the imagination (and may have failed for some, even trying to apply their imagination... hey, it's subjective). At any rate, a small photo insert of the leader against a large white background... that would have been a REAL disaster, imo.

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Uh... I think that TTK was asking about the Twofers, not the single disc LT series...

Yes. Back in the day I'd picked up a number of twofers in the tan with orange type series; and orange/brown with top green banner series. (For all I know, this may have been the same series with a packaging change). Anyway, a number of these twofers were comrpised of 2 unreleased albums. The McCoy Tyner and Stanley Turrentine sets come to mind. Being that each set had 2 albums, but one title, I'm assuming that, say, the McCoy Tyner albums weren't subsequently released on CD as "Cosmos Vo. 1" and "Cosmos Vol. 2." And I know there are a lot of Blue Note experts around here who could answer the question in much less time than it would take me to enter each TRACK title into Google (being that I couldn't guess the CD titles). Hence my original question...

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Ok, let's push the envelope of geekdom... :bad::g

According to BSN :

In the 1970s, United Artists had the UA-LA000 series, which by 1980 had put out over 1000 albums. Somewhere around 1060, the United Artists name was dropped and the series became Liberty. Many older titles still in print on United Artists were reissued on Liberty with the same numbers as the originals on United Artists, though often with new prefixes. Eventually, the 1000 series had a "5" added to the number. later these were reissued under the Liberty imprint. The Liberty label had undergone a complete reworking from the old black-and-rainbow versions of the 1960s. Now they were a trendy multi- shade grey, with the individual letters in the Liberty logo done in different colors from red to green. For convenience, we have started the series with LT-1000 in this discography.

Look at this listing of the Blue Note LT-series, and look a the gaps in the numbering sequence, some of which we can fill in w/non-BN titles, some of which also had a non-LT prefix:

* LT 987 Lee Morgan - Sonic Boom

* LT 988 Wayne Shorter - The Soothsayer

* LT 989 Dexter Gordon - Clubhouse

* LT 990 Grant Green - Solid

* LT 992 Jimmy Smith - Confirmation

* LT 994 Jackie McLean - Consequence

* LT 995 Hank Mobley - A Slice of the Top

* LT 996 Bobby Hutcherson - Spiral

LT-1000 - *Special Delivery - Dottie West [1980]

LT-1001 - *Every Generation - Ronnie Laws [1980]

LM-1002 - *Understanding - Bobby Womack [1980]

LM-1003 - *This Diamond Ring - Gary Lewis and the Playboys [1980]

LM-1004 - *Ricky - Ricky Nelson [1980]

LM-1005 - *The Very Best of Slim Whitman - Slim Whitman [1980]

LM-1006 - *It Must Be Him - Vikki Carr [1980]

LM-1007 -

LM-1008 - *Golden Greats - Bobby Vee [1980]

LM-1009 - *Exotica I - Martin Denny [1980]

LM-1010 - *Greatest Hits - Jay and the Americans [1980]

LM-1011 -

LM-1012 -

LM-1013 - *Something Else - Shirley Bassey [1980]

LM-1014 -

LM-1015 - *Boogie with Canned Heat - Canned Heat [1980] Reissue of LST-7541.

LM-1016 - *Midnight Cowboy - Ferrante and Teicher [1980]

LM-1017 - *Out of Sight, Out of Mind - Little Anthony & the Imperials [1980]

LT-1018 - *Standing Tall - Billie Jo Spears [1980]

LT-1019 - *Gallagher - Gallagher [1980]

LT-1020 - *Korona - Korona [1980]

LT-1021 - *Saundra Steele - Saundra Steele [1980]

LT-1022 -

LT-1023 - *Ask Me To Dance - Cristy Lane [1980]

LT-1024 -

LT-1025 - *Dayton - Dayton [1980]

LT-1026 - *Dream Come True - Earl Klugh [1980]

LM-1027 - *Million Sellers - Fats Domino [1980]

L?-1028 -

L?-1029 -

* LT 1030 Andrew Hill - Dance with Death

* LT 1031 Lee Morgan - Taru

* LT 1032 Grant Green - Nigeria

Blue Note LWB-1033 - Silver & Strings Play Music of the Spheres - Horace Silver [1980] 2-LP set. NOTE - this is the last BN release of newly recorded material untin the label's "rebirth".

LOO-1034 - *Favorites - Crystal Gayle [1980]

LOO-1035 - *Gideon - Kenny Rogers [1980]

LT-1036 - *Richard Leigh - Richard Leigh [1980]

* LT-1037 - In Memory Of... - Stanley Turrentine

L?-1038 - LOO-1039 - *Snakes and Ladders - Gerry Rafferty [1980]

LOO-1040 - *The Black Stallion (Soundtrack) - Carmine Coppola [1980]

LXB-1041 - *Fiddler on the Roof (Soundtrack) - John Williams [1980] 2-LP set; reissue of United Artists UAS-10900

LT-1042 - *Make a Little Magic - The Dirt Band [1980]

LT-1043 - *Unity - Unity [1980]

* LT 1044 Bobby Hutcherson - Patterns

* LT 1045 Hank Mobley - Thinking of Home

* LT-1046 - Live Sides - The Crusaders [1980]

LT-1047 - *Positive Energy - Southroad Connection [1980]

LT-1048 - *Going Deaf for a Living - Fischer-Z [1980]

LT-1049 - *New Clear Day - The Vapors [1980]

LT-1050 - *Calling - Noel Pointer [1980]

* LT-1051 - Landslide - Dexter Gordon

* LT 1052 Ike Quebec - With a Song in My Heart

* LT-1053 - The Complete "Catch Me" Sessions - Joe Pass

* LT 1054 Jimmy Smith - Cool Blues

LT-1055 -

* LT 1056 Wayne Shorter - Etcetera

* LT 1057 Harold Land - Take Aim

* LT 1058 Lee Morgan - Tom Cat

LT-1059 - *Susie - Susie Allanson [1980]

LT-1060 - *Brass Construction VI - Brass Construction [1980]

LT-1061 -

LT-1062 - Wild West - Dottie West [1980]

LT-1063 - Eloise Laws - Eloise Laws [1980]

* LT 1064 Art Pepper - Omega Alpha

* LT 1065 Art Blakey - Once Upon a Groove

LT-1066 -

LM-1067 - The Slim Whitman Christmas Album - Slim Whitman [1980, abridged reissue]

LM-1068 - Merry from Lena - Lena Horne [1980, abridged reissue]

LM-1069 -

LM-1070 -

LM-1071 - Christmas with the Chipmunks - Chipmunks [1980]

LOO-1072 - Greatest Hits - Kenny Rogers [1980]

LOO-1073 - Heaven's Gate (Soundtrack) - Doug Kershaw [1980]

LT-1074 - Only the Hits - Billie Jo Spears [1980]

* LT-1075 - Mr. Natural - Stanley Turrentine [1980]

* LT 1076 Leo Parker - Rollin' with Leo

LT-1077 -

T-1078 - Uncut - Powder Blues [1980]

LT-1079 - Late Night Guitar - Earl Klugh [1980]

LOO-1080 - A Woman's Heart - Crystal Gayle [1980]

* LT 1081 Hank Mobley - Third Season

LT-1082 -

LT-1083 - I Have a Dream - Cristy Lane [1980?]

LT-1084 -

* LT 1085 Jackie McLean - Vertigo

* LT 1086 Bobby Hutcherson - Medina

LO-51087 - Solid Ground - Ronnie Laws [1981]

* LT 1088 Art Blakey - Africaine

* LT 1089 Ike Quebec - Congo Lament

LT-1090 - Magnets - Vapors [1981]

* LT 1091 Lee Morgan - Infinity

* LT 1092 Jimmy Smith - On the Sunny Side

LT-1093 - Cutie Pie - Dayton [1981]

LT-1094 - All My Reasons - Noel Pointer [1981]

* LT 1095 Stanley Turrentine - Ain't No Way

* LT-1096 - Creeper - Donald Byrd

LT-1097 - Sweet Thunder - Bill Medley [1981]

LT-1098 - Fire and Ice - Bill Wray [1981]

LT-1099 -

* LT-1100 - As Time Goes By - Bill Evans & Bob Brookmeyer

LT-1101 -

* LT 1101 Gerry Mulligan - Freeway

* LT 1102 Jean-Luc Ponty Live at Donte's

* LT-1103 - Joy Spring - Joe Pass

LT-1104 - Classix Nouveaux - Classix Nouveaux [1981]

LT-1105 - Thirsty Ears - Powder Blues [1981]

LW-1106 - Jealousy - Dirt Band [1981]

LT-1107 - Distant Shores - Robbie Patton [1981]

LOO-1108 - Share Your Love - Kenny Rogers [1981]

LOO-1109 - For Your Eyes Only (Soundtrack) - Bill Conti [1981]

LT-1110 - Mistral - Freddie Hubbard [1981]

LT-1111 - Curves - Curves [1981]

At this point the "Series numbering changes to 51000 series". Reissues continue (most of it from the PJ catalog, some y'all might remember that series), but no vault material is released.

What we now need is to fill in the blanks for the latter 900 #s. BSN has no listings.

BTW - we got some listings here for the BNs that BSN lists as blank.

Also, if memory serves, the Ronnie Laws, etc. releases were by then on Liberty instead of BN. Apparently, the "New Note" wasn't getting hit any more...

What all this serves to point out to me is just how stealth this whole series must have been. I mean, Andrew hill in the middle of Fats Domino & Crystal Gayle? C'mon....

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Uh... I think that TTK was asking about the Twofers, not the single disc LT series...

Yes. Back in the day I'd picked up a number of twofers in the tan with orange type series; and orange/brown with top green banner series. (For all I know, this may have been the same series with a packaging change). Anyway, a number of these twofers were comrpised of 2 unreleased albums. The McCoy Tyner and Stanley Turrentine sets come to mind. Being that each set had 2 albums, but one title, I'm assuming that, say, the McCoy Tyner albums weren't subsequently released on CD as "Cosmos Vo. 1" and "Cosmos Vol. 2." And I know there are a lot of Blue Note experts around here who could answer the question in much less time than it would take me to enter each TRACK title into Google (being that I couldn't guess the CD titles). Hence my original question...

The McLean sessions have been noted above. I can get back with you on some of the others if somebody doesn't beat me to it.

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Anyway, a number of these twofers were comrpised of 2 unreleased albums. The McCoy Tyner and Stanley Turrentine sets come to mind.

Well, no, not exactly. I mean, not all were reissues of two complete LP's (nor was all of the material previously unreleased, but I know you didn't say that... just pointing it out). The Stanley Turrentine was not entirely comprised of previously unreleased material. The hard-to-get material I referred to (with Pearson arranging) was in fact previously unissued (and most has not been reissued since on LP or CD). The rest of the tracks on that twofer came from previously issued BN LP's ("Hustlin", "A Chip Off The Old Block", "The Look Of Love", and "Always Something There") and a few tracks were also issued on "New Time Shuffle". Similarly, I remember the Dexter Gordon twofer in the same series being a compilation of tracks from different sessions, most of which I believe had been released previously.

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Anyway, a number of these twofers were comrpised of 2 unreleased albums. The McCoy Tyner and Stanley Turrentine sets come to mind.

Well, no, not exactly. I mean, not all were reissues of two complete LP's (nor was all of the material previously unreleased, but I know you didn't say that... just pointing it out). The Stanley Turrentine was not entirely comprised of previously unreleased material. The hard-to-get material I referred to (with Pearson arranging) was in fact previously unissued (and most has not been reissued since on LP or CD). The rest of the tracks on that twofer came from previously issued BN LP's ("Hustlin", "A Chip Off The Old Block", "The Look Of Love", and "Always Something There") and a few tracks were also issued on "New Time Shuffle". Similarly, I remember the Dexter Gordon twofer in the same series being a compilation of tracks from different sessions, most of which I believe had been released previously.

Jim, you're talking about the very first series of the 2-fers, the "dotty" ones. That was just one set of releases.

TTK's talking about the later "paper bag" series of 2-fers. There was a Turrnentine set in that series (although it had a glossy cover) - Jubilee Shouts, I believe it was called.

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TTK's talking about the later "paper bag" series of 2-fers. There was a Turrnentine set in that series (although it had a glossy cover) - Jubilee Shouts, I believe it was called.

That's it.

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Jim, you're talking about the very first series of the 2-fers, the "dotty" ones. That was just one set of releases.

TTK's talking about the later "paper bag" series of 2-fers. There was a Turrnentine set in that series (although it had a glossy cover) - Jubilee Shouts, I believe it was called.

That's it.

Ah, okay, gotchas (that's plural for "gotcha"). Sorry for the confusion.

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I don't think my "Jubilee Shouts" cover is "glossy."

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I don't think my "Jubilee Shouts" cover is "glossy."

Nor was mine, when I had it. I gave it to a friend when the CDs came out.

MG

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Well, the Turrentime was one of the last batch, IIRC, which had a blue frame, whereas the earlier ones had that paper bag look.

The ones I remember:

McCoy Tyner - Cosmos (part was on the Asante CD, all will be on the Mosaic Select)

Sam Rivers - Involution (the quartet session led by Andrew Hill was in his Mosaic, the other session was on a single CD and Rivers' Mosaic)

Andrew Hill - One For One (one half was in the Mosaic and was just reissued as Pax, the other is in the Mosaic Select)

Wasn't there a list somewhere or was thsi discussed here on on the old BNBB? I remember mopre twofers by Freddie Hubbard, Randy Weston, Stanley Turrentine, Jackie McLean ...

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I don't think my "Jubilee Shouts" cover is "glossy."

Nor was mine, when I had it. I gave it to a friend when the CDs came out.

MG

Sorry. I meant "slick".

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