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Classic Blue Notes on SHM-CD

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Thanks for the update Erwbol.  I suspected that the box sets may have been non-remastered, but found no indication either way when looking.

However, I reckon that the other CDs may be new remasters - we may find.  I haven't found any concrete evidence, as such.  It is just that all the new titles, except one, were in the first batch of 20 BN (Grundman) vinyl masters.  So, maybe a CD reissue program is to mirror the vinyl one, but at a quicker pace, I presume?    Also, I see that Spotify also appears to be hosting new BN masters e.g. Introducing The Three Sounds (2013) / Lee Morgan - The Cooker (2006 versions & 2013).  These are copyrighted: Blue Note Records, not uploaded by a European third party Public Domain company etc.   This is just pure speculation on my part.  I have found no other on-line shops offering new (non-SHM) remasters or found any info regarding a new CD reissue programme. Seeing the 2015 labeled titles just peaked my interest.

EDIT: whatever these CDs are, they are listed at ImportCDs.com (and some other sites).  Some sources state that they are Italian releases and are due to be released today (Friday 11th).  Amazon has the same date.  However, Universal Italy states 26 Feb and calls the items international releases, although, only Cornbread and Somethin' Else is listed, I think.  The first title has no associated mastering information, but the latter is noted to be '2012 remastered'.  

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Apologies if this is posted somewhere above, but does anyone have a full list of the cds that had previously unreleased tracks? These are the ones that I am aware of:

 

John Coltrane - Blue Train

Stanley Turrentine - Comin' Your Way

Stanley Turrentine - Hustlin'

Art Blakey - Free For All

Blue Mitchell - Heads Up!

Art Blakey - Moanin'

Lou Donaldson - Say It Loud!

Eric Dolphy - Out To Lunch

Cannonball Adderley - Somethin' Else

Wayne Shorter - Speak No Evil 

Larry Young - Unity

Hank Mobley - Workout

Any that I've missed?

 

 

Thanks in advance

 

Denis

 

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4 minutes ago, djcavanagh said:

Apologies if this is posted somewhere above, but does anyone have a full list of the cds that had previously unreleased tracks? These are the ones that I am aware of:

 

John Coltrane - Blue Train

Stanley Turrentine - Comin' Your Way

Stanley Turrentine - Hustlin'

Art Blakey - Free For All

Blue Mitchell - Heads Up!

Art Blakey - Moanin'

Lou Donaldson - Say It Loud!

Eric Dolphy - Out To Lunch

Cannonball Adderley - Somethin' Else

Wayne Shorter - Speak No Evil 

Larry Young - Unity

Hank Mobley - Workout

Any that I've missed?

 

 

Thanks in advance

 

Denis

 

John Patton's Blue John has 5 previously unissued bonus tracks, new tunes not alternates, decidedly less greasy than what was originally included

There's at least 2 albums by the Three Sounds with a bunch of bonus tracks, again new tunes but I don't have those

Lou D's Here 'Tis has one bonus untitled blues, again don't have it (yet)

I'm pretty sure there's more, would love to see some of this, and other previously unissued BN out domestically at more reasonable prices.

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Thanks both. Looks like The Three Sounds - Here We Come also has two tracks not on the original album (The Girl Next Door, This Is The Way 'Tis).

 

Any more for any more?

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Wait a bleepin' minute, Hank's Workout has unissued tunes?

Or are they tracks that came out elsewhere domestically, like on Another Workout? If there's Hank to be had from the Workout session I got to get on this fast.

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BTW, the alternate of the title track from Mode For Joe was a real eye-opener for me.

 

Maybe I was just overly used to the 'original' - but this tune, which is fairly sparse (and almost feels through-composed) -- really shines in this new (alternate) incarnation.

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Thanks.

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18 hours ago, erwbol said:

The list I posted (and updated) on page 1 of this thread has all SHMs confirmed on this board to contain unreleased tracks in red.

 

2013-10-23

2014-01-22

2014-02-24

2014-06-25

  • Stanley Turrentine - Comin' Your Way (UCCQ-5003)
  • 'Big' John Patton - Blue John (UCCQ-5008)

2014-10-22

2015-03-25

I'm now updating the list with the new titles you provided ...

New to me were Say it Loud!, Heads Up!, Comin' Your Way.

Doesn`t "Comin Your Way" feature the same 8 tracks already having been part of  CDP 7 84065 2 ?

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Sorry, yes, it looks like that is the case. My shm-cd has 8 tracks. Only difference is that they moved the alternate take.

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Aarggggh!

 

looks like the Mitchell alternates are on the Mosaic so aren't new, but the Donaldson has an alternate of Brother Soul that doesn't seem to have been on the 2005 cd.

 

Apologies again for the confusion.

To help with any future questions.

 

Free For All bonus track - alternate of Free For All

 

Hustlin' bonus track - alternate of Trouble No. 2

Jubilee Shout bonus tracks - alternates of Jubliee Shout, My Ship, Brother Tom

 

 

 

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I think the alternate of Brother Soul was on one of those various artists Rare Groove things but there's an unissued tune from that session, Red Top IIRC.  Generally more interested in new tunes than alternate takes, all things being equal which of course they never are (my intro to econ prof was found of saying that in Latin).  An alternate Jubilee Shout would be interseting if different enuff - say keeping the vamp all the way through the solos, or a different vamp....

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I think the SHM version of Black Orchid (3 Sounds) has a previously unreleased track "Over The Rainbow"

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2 hours ago, romualdo said:

I think the SHM version of Black Orchid (3 Sounds) has a previously unreleased track "Over The Rainbow"

Interesting. I was thinking that Black Orchid duplicated the many extras included in the domestic reissue but side by side I see that's not true.

On 12/11/2015, 4:43:38, djcavanagh said:

Thanks both. Looks like The Three Sounds - Here We Come also has two tracks not on the original album (The Girl Next Door, This Is The Way 'Tis).

 

Any more for any more?

These two were issued on the JRVG of It Just Gotta Be.

 

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I received a copy of Duke Pearson's Sweet Honey Bee SHM-CD this morning (Amazon impulse purchase; after seeing it being noted as out of print, elsewhere).  I really like the music and think the CD sounds fine.  To add to the previous discussions on the CDs source. I'm pretty sure that the CD is taken from a vinyl source.  However, I am not saying that I would have noticed this if others had not raised the issue.

Out of interest, I burnt the new CD to my laptop as an MP3 and listened to it on headphones and compared it to another MP3 of the 1993 Capital Records EU release.  What I could hear (I believe) are two CDs from the same source.  There appears to be vinyl static noise in the same places.  Although, this is less noticeable on the SHM-CD.  Plus, this is probably more noticeable in general on headphones, especially when you are actively listening for faults, so I would not want to over play this.

Flicking between both files, I didn't notice much of a difference in sound overall.  I don't really care about DR values (I care about sound enjoyment, but sometimes check them out of personal interest - to try and ascertain whether I think compression is good or bad for music: probably both at times I have decided).  However, I could see, but not necessarily hear, that the differences between both sources may be partially down to very slight added compression. Plus, whatever engineers do to lessen clicks and pops.  (Possibly, alter the EQ slightly, in this instance, I guess.)  I compared lossy files only, as I'm not into audiofile sound-test exercises...just wondered whether the SHM-CD was possibly the product of a newly obtained master-tape that, we may now be privileged to hear.  

Anyway, after lots of waffle.  Did I mention, I really like this CD and the way it sounds.  Needle drop or not, I would purchase again.  (What's wrong the odd click and pop, anyway?  I'd listen to a record found in a skip if the content excited me.)

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So are these still available in retail? cdjapan lists them all as 'sold out'.

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Demitry

I think the BN SHM-CDs released on 28 Sept 2016 (preceding the Dec RVGs SHM releases) are the same masterings as the BN 75 SHMs.  At least I'm pretty sure Cannonball Adderley's Somethin' Else is.  [Both shared the same tracklisting .i.e extra tracks and the same P&C copywrite dates - plus to me they sounded identical.]  Maybe someone else can offer an opinion too, if they have heard other Sept 2016 releases etc.  The packaging was more basic on the newer CD than the BN 75ths, but that was the only difference I noticed. 

I think sound samples can be compared on CD Japan for some identical titles, to see if they match - also. 

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Thanks, RPF1990.  Can you point me to the 28 sept 2016 releases? Does this duplicate the BN Masterworks roster?

Also, how do you think these shm cds stack up against the 50 AP sacds? I missed this whole shm-cd series, when it originally came out....

 

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6 hours ago, Dmitry said:

Thanks, RPF1990.  Can you point me to the 28 sept 2016 releases? Does this duplicate the BN Masterworks roster?

Also, how do you think these shm cds stack up against the 50 AP sacds? I missed this whole shm-cd series, when it originally came out....

 

These were the titles released Sept 28: http://www.universal-music.co.jp/jazz/jazz-hyakkaten/cat/201609bluenote/ The BN Masterworks was not duplicated as such, the BN releases are part of a Universal cross-label re-issue program (CD Japan identifies this as follows:  Reissue with SHM-CD format. Comes with new liner notes. This series features the album with the following product numbers: UCCO-5551 through UCCU-5704. The site mentions Riverside, even though this re-issue 'event' covers other labels.) I 'believe' each BN title was part of the Masterworks release schedule.  

 

The only other title I have (alongside Somethin' Else) from the Sept releases is Newk's Time and this does seem to adhere to the Masterworks sound profile as much as I can tell, also. Probably a good idea to check the the sound samples between BN 75 and the later crop of releases; I'm not really the best person to comment on sound quality, as I'm not really a sound-chaser, usually happy just to have the music, for the most part. I do see how some masters can bring music to life and can see why the chase could be fun.  I'm too lazy and poor to do this :-).  Probably, mostly the latter. 

 

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On 1/7/2017 at 4:26 PM, RPF1990 said:

These were the titles released Sept 28: http://www.universal-music.co.jp/jazz/jazz-hyakkaten/cat/201609bluenote/ The BN Masterworks was not duplicated as such, the BN releases are part of a Universal cross-label re-issue program (CD Japan identifies this as follows:  Reissue with SHM-CD format. Comes with new liner notes. This series features the album with the following product numbers: UCCO-5551 through UCCU-5704. The site mentions Riverside, even though this re-issue 'event' covers other labels.) I 'believe' each BN title was part of the Masterworks release schedule.  

 

The only other title I have (alongside Somethin' Else) from the Sept releases is Newk's Time and this does seem to adhere to the Masterworks sound profile as much as I can tell, also. Probably a good idea to check the the sound samples between BN 75 and the later crop of releases; I'm not really the best person to comment on sound quality, as I'm not really a sound-chaser, usually happy just to have the music, for the most part. I do see how some masters can bring music to life and can see why the chase could be fun.  I'm too lazy and poor to do this :-).  Probably, mostly the latter. 

 

From what I've noticed this is exactly correct. I've bought about 15 of them so far. Comparing the sound to the samples of the blue note masterworks they sound the same to me. Also, they all have the bonus tracks that were only available on these editions. Not definitive proof, but compelling.

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On December 6 (2017), 50 Blue Note SHM-CDs will be back in the catalog again. No images on the Universal site yet. It's a chance to pick up titles that were missed the first time around in 2014.

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Thanks for the headsup Laton, there were a few I missed that are coming out again. ;)

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Thanks for the heads up. Though I've almost given up on CDs I'll be back in for...the two least interesting albums here! I can't stop myself.

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Four of the five Elvin Jones SHM-CDs will be returning:

• The Ultimate
• Poly-Currents
• Genesis
• Coalition
(Puttin' It Together is the missing title.)

These all have excellent transfers (in my opinion) and are recommendable. I like them better than the transfers on the Mosaic.

Here's a list of the complete series (magnifying glass as needed):

Blue Note 75th Anniversary SHM-CD (230 titles)

TYCJ 81001             John Coltrane: Blue Train

TYCJ 81002             Cannonball Adderley: Somethin’ Else

TYCJ 81003             Sonny Clark: Cool Struttin’

TYCJ 81004             Herbie Hancock: Maiden Voyage

TYCJ 81005             Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers: Moanin’

TYCJ 81006             Art Blakey Quintet: A Night At Birdland, Vol. 1

TYCJ 81007             Sonny Rollins: A Night At The Village Vanguard

TYCJ 81008             Miles Davis: Vol.1

TYCJ 81009             Lee Morgan: Candy

TYCJ 81010             Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers: A Night In Tunisia

TYCJ 81011             Lee Morgan: The Sidewinder

TYCJ 81012             Kenny Burrell: Midnight Blue

TYCJ 81013             Eric Dolphy: Out To Lunch

TYCJ 81014             Hank Mobley: Soul Station

TYCJ 81015             Herbie Hancock: Speak Like A Child

TYCJ 81016             Bud Powell: The Amazing Bud Powell, Vol.1

TYCJ 81017             Bud Powell: The Scene Changes

TYCJ 81018             Miles Davis: Vol.2

TYCJ 81019             Wayne Shorter: Speak No Evil

TYCJ 81020             Herbie Hancock: Empyrean Isles

TYCJ 81021             Sonny Rollins: Newk's Time

TYCJ 81022             Milt Jackson

TYCJ 81023             Sonny Rollins: Vol.1

TYCJ 81024             Sonny Rollins: Vol.2

TYCJ 81025             Thelonious Monk: Genius of Modern Music, Vol.1

TYCJ 81026             Lee Morgan: Vol.3

TYCJ 81027             Bobby Hutcherson: Happenings

TYCJ 81028             Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers: At The Cafe Bohemia, Vol.1

TYCJ 81029             Jutta Hipp: At The Hickory House, Vol.1

TYCJ 81030             Kenny Dorham: Afro-Cuban

TYCJ 81031             Clifford Brown: Memorial Album

TYCJ 81032             J.J. Johnson: The Eminent J.J. Johnson, Vol.1

TYCJ 81033             Paul Chambers: Bass On Top

TYCJ 81034             Horace Parlan: Us Three

TYCJ 81035             Hank Mobley: Dippin'

TYCJ 81036             Jimmy Smith: A New Sound, A New Star

TYCJ 81037             Ornette Coleman: At The Golden Circle, Vol.1

TYCJ 81038             Kenny Dorham: Round About Midnight At Cafe Bohemia

TYCJ 81039             Johnny Griffin: Chicago Calling

TYCJ 81040             Wayne Shorter: JuJu

TYCJ 81041             Sonny Clark Trio

TYCJ 81042             Lee Morgan: The Cooker

TYCJ 81043             Jimmy Smith: The Sounds of Jimmy Smith

TYCJ 81044             Horace Silver: Song For My Father

TYCJ 81045             Lou Donaldson: Blues Walk

TYCJ 81046             McCoy Tyner: The Real McCoy

TYCJ 81047             Thelonious Monk: Genius of Modern Music, Vol.2

TYCJ 81048             Thad Jones: Dertroit-New York Junction

TYCJ 81049             Art Blakey Quintet: A Night At Birdland, Vol.2

TYCJ 81050             Joe Henderson: In 'N Out

TYCJ 81051             Wayne Shorter: The All Seeing Eye

TYCJ 81052             Blue Mitchell: Bring It Home To Me

TYCJ 81053             Donald Byrd: Mustang!

TYCJ 81054             Larry Young: Of Love And Peace

TYCJ 81055             Sam Rivers: A New Conception

TYCJ 81056             Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers: The Witch Doctor

TYCJ 81057             Stanley Turrentine: Easy Walker

TYCJ 81058             Big John Patton: That Certain Feeling

TYCJ 81059             Stanley Turrentine: The Look of Love

TYCJ 81060             Ornette Coleman: New York Is Now!

TYCJ 81061             Reuben Wilson: On Broadway

TYCJ 81062             Lou Donaldson: Say It Loud!

TYCJ 81063             Andrew Hill: Grass Roots

TYCJ 81064             Duke Pearson: Now Hear This

TYCJ 81065             Don Cherry: Where Is Brooklyn?

TYCJ 81066             Donald Byrd: Fancy Free

TYCJ 81067         Hank Mobley: The Flip

TYCJ 81068         Elvin Jones: Poly-Currents

TYCJ 81069             McCoy Tyner: Expansions

TYCJ 81070             Bobby Hutcherson: San Francisco

TYCJ 81071             Wayne Shorter: Odyssey of Iska

TYCJ 81072             Elvin Jones: Genesis

TYCJ 81073             Lou Donaldson: Cosmos

TYCJ 81074             Bobbi Humphrey: Flute-In

TYCJ 81075             Lee Morgan: The Last Session

TYCJ 81076             Don Cherry: Symphony For Improvisers

TYCJ 81077             Larry Young: Contrasts

TYCJ 81078             Blue Mitchell: Heads Up!

TYCJ 81079             Hank Mobley: Hi Voltage

TYCJ 81080             Frank Foster: Manhattan Fever

TYCJ 81081             Lou Donaldson: Midnight Creeper

TYCJ 81082             Jackie McLean: ‘Bout Soul

TYCJ 81083             The Three Sounds: Coldwater Flat

TYCJ 81084             Eddie Gale: Ghetto Music

TYCJ 81085             Stanley Turrentine: Always Something There

TYCJ 81086             Elvin Jones: The Ultimate

TYCJ 81087             Big John Patton: Understanding

TYCJ 81088             Horace Silver: You Gotta Take A Little Love

TYCJ 81089             Jack Wilson: Song For My Daughter

TYCJ 81090             Andrew Hill: Lift Every Voice

TYCJ 81091             Stanley Turrentine: Another Story

TYCJ 81092             Reuben Wilson: Blue Mode

TYCJ 81093             Thad Jones: Consummation

TYCJ 81094             Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers: Roots & Herbs

TYCJ 81095             Ornette Coleman: Love Call

TYCJ 81096             Elvin Jones: Coalition

TYCJ 81097             Reuben Wilson: Groovy Situation

TYCJ 81098             Jimmy McGriff: Black Pearls

TYCJ 81099             Bobby Hutcherson: Head On

TYCJ 81100             Bobbi Humphrey: Dig This!

 

UCCQ 5001             Sonny Clark: Quintets

UCCQ 5002             Tina Brooks: Back To The Tracks

UCCQ 5003             Stanley Turrentine: Comin’ Your Way

UCCQ 5004             Ike Quebec: Easy Living

UCCQ 5005             Jackie McLean: The Jackie McLean Quintet

UCCQ 5006             Stanley Turrentine: Jubilee Shout!

UCCQ 5007             Freddie Hubbard: Here To Stay

UCCQ 5008             Big John Patton: Blue John

UCCQ 5009             Sam Rivers: Dimensions & Extensions

UCCQ 5010             Big John Patton: Memphis to New York Spirit

UCCQ 5011             Sonny Clark: Blues In The Night

UCCQ 5012             Kenny Burrell: K.B. Blues

UCCQ 5013             Grant Green: Matador

UCCQ 5014             Sonny Clark: My Conception

UCCQ 5015             Grant Green: Gooden’s Corner

UCCQ 5016             Bobby Hutcherson: Oblique

UCCQ 5017             Jackie McLean: Tippin’ The Scales

UCCQ 5018             Curtis Fuller: Two Bones

UCCQ 5019             Grant Green: Oleo

UCCQ 5020             Hank Mobley: Poppin’

UCCQ 5021             Stanley Turrentine: Z.T.’s Blues

UCCQ 5022             Hank Mobley: Far Away Lands

UCCQ 5023             Lee Morgan: The Rajah

UCCQ 5024             Grant Green: Born To Be Blue

UCCQ 5025             Big John Patton: Boogaloo

UCCQ 5026             Grant Green: First Session

UCCQ 5027             Hank Mobley: Curtain Call

UCCQ 5028             Art Blakey: Drums Around The Corner

UCCQ 5029             Tina Brooks: The Waiting Game

UCCQ 5030             Freddie Redd: Redd’s Blues

UCCQ 5031             Horace Silver: Blowin’ Away The Blues

UCCQ 5032             Jackie McLean: Swing Swang Swingin’

UCCQ 5033             Donald Byrd: Fuego

UCCQ 5034             Horace Silver: Horace Scope

UCCQ 5035             Hank Mobley: Roll Call

UCCQ 5036             Horace Parlan: Headin’ South

UCCQ 5037             Jimmy Smith: Midnight Special

UCCQ 5038             Hank Mobley: Workout

UCCQ 5039             Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers: Mosaic

UCCQ 5040             Herbie Hancock: Takin’ Off

UCCQ 5041             Grant Green: The Latin Bit

UCCQ 5042             Dexter Gordon: Go!

UCCQ 5043             Freddie Hubbard: Hub Tones

UCCQ 5044             Joe Henderson: Page One

UCCQ 5045             Stanley Turrentine: Hustlin’

UCCQ 5046             Freddie Roach: Brown Sugar

UCCQ 5047             Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers: Free For All

UCCQ 5048             Lee Morgan: The Gigolo

UCCQ 5049             Larry Young: Unity

UCCQ 5050             Duke Pearson: Sweet Honey Bee

UCCQ 5051             Elvin Jones: Puttin’ It Together

UCCQ 5052             Lee Morgan: Charisma

UCCQ 5053             Duke Pearson: Merry Ole Soul

UCCQ 5054             Wayne Shorter: Super Nova

UCCQ 5055             Ronnie Foster: Two-Headed Freap

UCCQ 5056             Jimmy Smith: Crazy Baby!

UCCQ 5057             Donald Byrd: Free Form

UCCQ 5058             Herbie Hancock: My Point of View

UCCQ 5059             Hank Mobley: No Room For Squares

UCCQ 5060             Stanley Turrentine: A Chip Off The Old Block

UCCQ 5061             Grant Green: Idle Moments

UCCQ 5062             Hank Mobley: The Turnaround

UCCQ 5063             Larry Young: Into Somethin’

UCCQ 5064             Freddie Roach: All That’s Good

UCCQ 5065             Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers: Indestructible

UCCQ 5066             Stanley Turrentine: Joyride

UCCQ 5067             Grant Green: I Want To Hold Your Hand

UCCQ 5068             Dexter Gordon: Gettin’ Around

UCCQ 5069             Freddie Hubbard: The Night of The Cookers, Vol. 1

UCCQ 5070             Freddie Hubbard: The Night of The Cookers, Vol. 2

UCCQ 5071             Lee Morgan: Cornbread

UCCQ 5072             Wayne Shorter: Adam’s Apple

UCCQ 5073             Lee Morgan: Delightfulee

UCCQ 5074             Lou Donaldson: Alligator Bogaloo

UCCQ 5075             Duke Pearson: The Phantom

UCCQ 5076             Herbie Hancock: The Prisoner

UCCQ 5077             Lee Morgan: The Sixth Sense

UCCQ 5078             Jackie McLean: Demon’s Dance

UCCQ 5079             Grant Green: Alive!

UCCQ 5080             Donald Byrd: Ethiopian Knights

UCCQ 5081             Dizzy Reece: Blues In Trinity

UCCQ 5082             Freddie Redd: Music From The Connection

UCCQ 5083             Freddie Hubbard: Open Sesame

UCCQ 5084             Tina Brooks: True Blue

UCCQ 5085             Freddie Redd: Shades of Redd

UCCQ 5086             Duke Jordan: Flight To Jordan

UCCQ 5087             Kenny Dorham: Whistle Stop

UCCQ 5088             Lou Donaldson: Here ‘Tis

UCCQ 5089             Donald Byrd: The Cat Walk

UCCQ 5090             Stanley Turrentine: Dearly Beloved

UCCQ 5091             The Three Sounds: Here We Come

UCCQ 5092             Jackie McLean: A Fickle Sonance

UCCQ 5093             Sonny Clark: Leapin’ & Lopin’

UCCQ 5094             Ike Quebec: Heavy Soul

UCCQ 5095             Donald Byrd: Royal Flush

UCCQ 5096             The Three Sounds: Hey There

UCCQ 5097             Don Wilkerson: Preach Brother!

UCCQ 5098             Donald Byrd: A New Perspective

UCCQ 5099             John Patton: Along Came John

UCCQ 5100             Blue Mitchell: Step Lightly

UCCQ 5101             Johnny Coles: Little Johnny C

UCCQ 5102             Herbie Hancock: Inventions & Dimensions

UCCQ 5103             Joe Henderson: Our Thing

UCCQ 5104             The Three Sounds: Black Orchid

UCCQ 5105             Art Blakey: The Freedom Rider

UCCQ 5106             Lee Morgan: Search For The New Land

UCCQ 5107             Freddie Hubbard: Breaking Point

UCCQ 5108             Wayne Shorter: Night Dreamer

UCCQ 5109             Grachan Moncur III: Some Other Stuff

UCCQ 5110             Kenny Dorham: Trompeta Toccata

UCCQ 5111             Donald Byrd: I’m Tryin’ To Get Home

UCCQ 5112             Joe Henderson: Inner Urge

UCCQ 5113             John Patton: Oh Baby!

UCCQ 5114             Bobby Hutcherson: Dialogue

UCCQ 5115             Andrew Hill: Andrew!!!

UCCQ 5116             Sam Rivers: Contours

UCCQ 5117             Tony Williams: Spring

UCCQ 5118             Andrew Hill: Compulsion

UCCQ 5119             Don Cherry: Complete Communion

UCCQ 5120             Joe Henderson: Mode For Joe

UCCQ 5121             Ornette Coleman: The Empty Foxhole 

UCCQ 5122             Jack Wilson: Something Personal

UCCQ 5123             Booker Ervin: The In Between

UCCQ 5124             Lonnie Smith: Think!

UCCQ 5125             Donald Byrd: Slow Drag

UCCQ 5126             Grant Green: Goin’ West

UCCQ 5127             Lonnie Smith: Turning Point

UCCQ 5128             Lonnie Smith: Move Your Hand

UCCQ 5129             Donald Byrd: Electric Byrd

UCCQ 5130             Marlena Shaw: Marlena

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I still find it hard to keep track of the different releases and re-releases. As an example I'll take Bobby Hutcherson's 'Happenings'.

TYCJ-81027 [SHM-CD] was released on Nov 20, 2013. That was the original BN75 release.

UCCU-99154 [CD] was released on Sept 30, 2015. I assume that was not the same mastering as the excellent BN75 release.

UCCU-5700 [SHM-CD] was released on Sept 28, 2016. Did it have the same mastering as the TYCJ release?

UCCQ-9233 [SHM-CD] - yet another version released on Dec 14, 2016. I assume this a re-release of the RVG CD, judging from the item description on CDJapan. 

Any thoughts? 

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