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Several others, including the Andrew Hill Blue Note which will otherwise never be available in any format anywhere ever.

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The Oliver Nelson Mosaic is available on iTunes for $44! Are there other Mosaics available there? (Of course it's not advertised as a Mosaic but just as being from the Verve Music Group.)

They're usually cheaper on eMusic. For example, the Nelson is $29.30 for members: eMusic

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For those who do eMusic, they have the complete Oscar Peterson "Exclusively For My Friends" on MPS for $6.99:

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For those who do eMusic, they have the complete Oscar Peterson "Exclusively For My Friends" on MPS for $6.99:

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Great - thanks for the heads up!

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Found this interesting release on eMusic: Giant Steps in mono, from Rhino Atlantic. Hope this is a good trend. $4.54 for members.

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The Rhino mono stuff is also on iTunes. Fantastic!

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Are there any others besides the Coltrane and Mingus?

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Google for "rhino mono monday"

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This week's Rhino Mono Monday album is Max Roach's Drums Unlimited.

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Somebody (leeway, I think) posted that they were listening to Lumps by Steve Lacy yesterday, and I had a fit of jealousy, since I've been looking for an affordable copy for years. I decided that the only way I would ever hear this album would be to find a bootleg download. While searching, I saw to my surprise that it's available as a legal download, and it's cheap - less than five bucks at Amazon. The album is listed as by "Instant Composers Pool," although the individual tracks are under Lacy's name.

Steve Lacy - Lumps

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Amazon is having a huge $5 jazz mp3 album sale. 73 web pages with 24 albums per page. A lot of Impulse titles, most if not all of Sinatra's Reprise albums, and a wide variety of good stuff in general. Check it out: http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=sr_pg_3?rh=n%3A163856011%2Cn%3A%21624868011%2Cn%3A625036011%2Cp_n_feature_browse-bin%3A625150011&page=3&bbn=2384464011&ie=UTF8&qid=1417655442

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Nice varied selection, Michael!

I see two albums by Walter Wanderley that I have never seen before. The covers' artwork suggest that they were both on A&M when Creed Taylor was with that label in the late '60s. I'm surprised that I've never seen them in 45 years.

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Some nice pickings throughout. Miles David @ Isle of Wight, lots of McCoy Tyner on Impulse, also Yusef Lateef, Coltrane's complete Africa/Brass for $4.99, on Verve: Ray Brown, Yusef, Stuff Smith...I don't think I went through all the pages yet.


Charlie Haden duets that were on Artists House...


The Abbey Lincolns on Verve...


Johnny Smith's last album on Verve...


Pee Wee Russell's Ask Me Now...

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Alan Shorter - Orgasm... Walt Dickerson - Impressions of a Patch of Blue...

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I noticed a favorite of mine (I've mentioned it before) that I thought has been out of print for years - Helen Merrill's You've Got a Date with the Blues.

On the lighter side, I saw as number of Howard Roberts Capitol albums from the mid to late '60s that I remember seeing in the stores.

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Just noticed on eMusic: Mal Waldron & Steve Lacy, "Live at Dreher Paris 1981" (Hat), $6.49 for 4 discs worth of music.  eMusic

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Gearbox Records

This was always a UK vinyl only label but some flacs/alacs - including rare Tubby Hayes -  have turned up on Quobuz at decent prices.

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For emusic members:  Warne Marsh & Lee Konitz - Two Not One (Storyville)

$5.84  http://www.emusic.com/album/-/-/11717829/

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The set collects five complete Storyville releases:
- Warne Marsh & Lee Konitz - Live the at the Montmartre Club: Jazz Exchange, Vols. 1, 2 and 3
- Warne Marsh Quartet - The Unissued Copenhagen Studio Session
- Warne Marsh Trio - The Unissued Copenhagen Studio Session

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15 hours ago, HutchFan said:

For emusic members:  Warne Marsh & Lee Konitz - Two Not One (Storyville)

$5.84  http://www.emusic.com/album/-/-/11717829/

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The set collects five complete Storyville releases:
- Warne Marsh & Lee Konitz - Live the at the Montmartre Club: Jazz Exchange, Vols. 1, 2 and 3
- Warne Marsh Quartet - The Unissued Copenhagen Studio Session
- Warne Marsh Trio - The Unissued Copenhagen Studio Session

Damn, they're giving it away!

those Montmartre sessions are incredible. the rest of it is just great.

There are some trading of fours between Lee & Warne that are quite probably the (and definitely among the) very greatest documented example of that particular art.

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