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Greatest LPs to never make it to CD

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Max Roach quintet on side A and Sonny Rollins trio on side B. 

This was in Graz in the 60´s.

Since there have been releases from ORF tapes for both Jimmy Guiffree trio in Graz 1961 and John Coltrane also in Graz 1961 on HatHut, maybe in future we could get this one on CD. Like the Coltrane material , it was former released on diverse bootleg labels.....

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1 hour ago, Gheorghe said:

Max Roach quintet on side A and Sonny Rollins trio on side B. 

This was in Graz in the 60´s.

Since there have been releases from ORF tapes for both Jimmy Guiffree trio in Graz 1961 and John Coltrane also in Graz 1961 on HatHut, maybe in future we could get this one on CD. Like the Coltrane material , it was former released on diverse bootleg labels.....

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Would love to hear this finally speed corrected .... btw one of Jymie Merritt`s finest hours ....

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I have that LP, and I don't recall it containing the now-legendary Freddie Hubbard "meltdown". Was it edited out, or what?

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Have any of the Hugh Masakela MGM/Uni LPs made it to CD?

 

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On 15/10/2020 at 2:11 AM, JSngry said:

I have that LP, and I don't recall it containing the now-legendary Freddie Hubbard "meltdown". Was it edited out, or what?

Intrigued by this. I’d heard there are a couple. S there a YouTube clip for this particular one?

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Just now, JSngry said:

Have any of the Hugh Masakela MGM/Uni LPs made it to CD?

I found these:

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1 hour ago, Rabshakeh said:

Intrigued by this. I’d heard there are a couple. S there a YouTube clip for this particular one?

https://youtu.be/wCeJV8ZzGkQ

 

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Thanks! Not suitable for family listening I guess.

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Since the Impulse masters apparently are now lost, I suppose we might never see proper reissues of remaining titles from that label. I have not heard most of these, which I don't believe have been on CD:

Chico Hamilton 'Passin' Thru' (1963) (correction: on CD as part of a twofer) 

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Chico Hamilton 'Chic Chic Chico' (1965)

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Chico Hamilton 'El Chico' (1965) (correction: on CD as part of a twofer) 

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Shirley Scott 'For Members Only' (1964) (correction: on CD as part of a twofer) 

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Shirley Scott 'Great Scott' (1964) (correction: on CD as part of a twofer) 

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Yusef Lateef 'Jazz' Round the World' (1964)

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The Russian Jazz Quartet (1965)

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Dannie Richmond '"In" Jazz for the Culture Set' (1965) 

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Chico O'Farrill 'Nine Flags' (1966)

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(Edit: Thanks, Niko! I forgot about that twofer reissue series...) 

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Two of those Chico Hamilton LPs have been reissued in that Impulse 2 on 1 series, one of the last great CD reissue series... But otherwise you're of course right... edit: and the Shirley Scott albums, too

https://www.discogs.com/label/292976-Impulse!-2-On-1

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This one is nice and has a welcome sideman appearance from Joe Farrell:

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This Impulse LP maybe another victim of the tape loss of the label. Melvin REhyne is on half ogf the tracks.

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A very moody, serene and underrated ECM guitar lp "Wintereisse" by Hajo Weber & Ulrich Ingenbold never made it to cd. 

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