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March Re-issues from Japan

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Due for release in Japan in early March:

Carter Jefferson/The Rise Of Atlantis
Deborah Brown/Jazz 4 Jazz
Pharoah Sanders/Africa
Cedar Walton/Eastern Rebellion 2
Gary Bartz/Shadows
Dave Liebman/Doin' It Again
Kirk Lightsey / Chet Baker/Everything Happens To Me
Joe Gilman/Treasure Chest
Cedar Walton/Eastern Rebellion
Steve Grossman/Live At Cafe Praga
Teddy Edwards/Good Gravy
Enrico Pieranunzi Trio/New Lands
Art Blakey's Big Band/Live At Montreux And Northsea
George Adams/Paradaise Space Shuttle
Bobby Hutcherson/Four Seasons
Arnett Cobb/Live
Archie Shepp/I Didn't Know About You
Ronnie Mathews/Selena's Dance
Chet Baker/Mr.B
Joe Farrell/Vim'n'Vigor
Hank Jones / Red Mitchell/Duo
Al Cohn/Rifftide
Tommy Flanagan/Jazz Poet
Johnny Griffin/The Jamfe Coming!
Any "must-haves"?

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Back in the day, Eastern Rebellion was very popular. I like Flanagan's Jazz Poet - it's one of his trio dates. He did a lot of these, so whether it's a "must-have" depends on how many others you have.

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Back in the day, Eastern Rebellion was very popular. .

and remains excellent music, as does the Carter Jefferson and the Pharoah Sanders. And I like the Blakey. This is a nice set of releases.

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I don't see any true (imo) "must-have" items on that list, but I don't see any "avoid at all costs" items either...if you think you already know what to expect from this catalog, odd are that you're correct, so proceed according to what you think you're going to like. It's all good, as they say, only this time it's for real.

And fwiw, nobody ever went wrong buying an Arnett Cobb record. Nobody.

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some of the Timeless ones were part of their "black" remasters series (Cohn, Baker, Flanagan ... there were others not on the list, such as that fine George Coleman album). The Cobb is indeed the one that does look tempting!

What's the Edwards? The Contemporary album? Or was there another one using that title?

Only got the Griffin recently, haven't played it often yet, but I guess it's not amongst his best, yet as Mr. Sangrey said, definitely not one to categorically avoid (and surely not if you love Griff half as much as I do).

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I've thought about getting Carter Jefferson/The Rise Of Atlantis for eons. Somebody convince me the time is right.

I've never heard it, but I think Hino is on it, iirc (and Woody Shaw produced it, right?). Maybe finally.

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I've never heard it ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ggdZ2JxYIOk

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And fwiw, nobody ever went wrong buying an Arnett Cobb record. Nobody.

Amen to that.

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What's the Edwards? The Contemporary album? Or was there another one using that title?

http://www.jazzdisco.org/teddy-edwards/catalog/

eddy Edwards Quartet - Good Gravy (Timeless (Du) SJP 139)

Teddy Edwards (tenor saxophone) Rein De Graaff (piano) Henk Haverhoek (bass) John Engels (drums)

"Bimhuis", Amsterdam, Netherlands, December 26, 1981
Lady Be Good Oleo Georgia Good Gravy

Good stuff, perhaps not essential, but oh well.

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Eastern Rebellion. One from ze list I was not willing to spend a fortune on second hand.

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What's the Edwards? The Contemporary album? Or was there another one using that title?

http://www.jazzdisco.org/teddy-edwards/catalog/

eddy Edwards Quartet - Good Gravy (Timeless (Du) SJP 139)

Teddy Edwards (tenor saxophone) Rein De Graaff (piano) Henk Haverhoek (bass) John Engels (drums)

"Bimhuis", Amsterdam, Netherlands, December 26, 1981
Lady Be Good Oleo Georgia Good Gravy

Good stuff, perhaps not essential, but oh well.

Oh, thanks - don't think I'd ever heard of this before - guess it goes on the shopping list, there's not nearly enough Edwards out there ... I love that man!

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An extra vote for the Pharoah Sanders. "Africa" was a somewhat surprising release for the Timeless label, but it's really much better than the Theresa albums.

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I've thought about getting Carter Jefferson/The Rise Of Atlantis for eons. Somebody convince me the time is right.

I've never heard it, but I think Hino is on it, iirc (and Woody Shaw produced it, right?). Maybe finally.

I have always enjoyed it, the title track being my favorite. Own it on a Muse lp from back in the day.

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I have 12 of the CDs listed on Timeless. For me the Tommy Flanagan - Jazz Poet - is definitely essential.

Three others I like very much are :

Al Cohn - Rifftides

Cedar Walton - Eastern Rebellion

Kirk Lightsey/ Chet Baker - Everything Happens To Me

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Eastern Rebellion arrived today.

Mastered by Toshiyuki Abe who also did the Bethlehem albums for Solid. Not as loud as the stereo Bethlehems. Not a lot of bottom end, but that's probably the recording. At least Abe didn't try to boost the lowest and highest frequencies. And that's a relief.

Due for release in Japan in early March:

Carter Jefferson/The Rise Of Atlantis
Deborah Brown/Jazz 4 Jazz
Pharoah Sanders/Africa
Cedar Walton/Eastern Rebellion 2
Gary Bartz/Shadows
Dave Liebman/Doin' It Again
Kirk Lightsey / Chet Baker/Everything Happens To Me
Joe Gilman/Treasure Chest
Cedar Walton/Eastern Rebellion
Steve Grossman/Live At Cafe Praga
Teddy Edwards/Good Gravy
Enrico Pieranunzi Trio/New Lands
Art Blakey's Big Band/Live At Montreux And Northsea
George Adams/Paradaise Space Shuttle
Bobby Hutcherson/Four Seasons
Arnett Cobb/Live
Archie Shepp/I Didn't Know About You
Ronnie Mathews/Selena's Dance
Chet Baker/Mr.B
Joe Farrell/Vim'n'Vigor
Hank Jones / Red Mitchell/Duo
Al Cohn/Rifftide
Tommy Flanagan/Jazz Poet
Johnny Griffin/The Jamfe Coming!

Any "must-haves"?

Your list is six titles short. This batch (2015-03-18) is numbered CDSOL-6301 through CDSOL-6330.

Timeless Jazz Master Collection

2015-03-18

Edited by erwbol

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Thirty new Timeless albums have been re-issued in this series by Solid on June 17. 

CDSOL-6331 ... CDSOL-6360.

George Adams Don Pullen Quartet Life Line (CDSOL-6351) and Decisions (CDSOL-6350)

 

Also:

Tom Grant - Mystified CDSOL-6357 with Joe Henderson. Is this any good?

and what about

Woody Shaw with Tone Jansa Quartet CDSOL-6359

Edited by erwbol

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List of third batch:

Release Date September 16, 2015

CDSOL-6361Cedar Walton - Ron Carter Heart & Soul [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6362Cedar Walton Trio Cedar Walton [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6363George Coleman - Tete Montoliu Meditation [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6364Tete Montoliu Secret Love [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6365Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers In My Prime Vol.1 [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6366Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers In My Prime Vol.2 [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6367Teddy Edwards - Von Freeman - Buck Hill Tenor Conclave [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6368Horace Parlan - Joe Van Enkhuizen Ellington Ballads [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6369Bernie Senensky Homeland [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6370Joanne Brackeen - Clint Houston New True Illusion [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6371Joanne Brackeen & Ryo Kawasaki Trinkets And Things [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6372Lionel Hampton All Star Band Live at Newport '78 [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6373Rodney Jones Articulation [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6374Rodney Jones When You Feel The Love [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6375Darji - Hank Jones Darji Meets Hank Jones [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6376Harold Ashby On The Sunny Side Of The Street [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6377Eddie Harris People Get Funny... [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6378George Adams - Don Pullen Melodic Excursions [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6379George Adams - Don Pullen Quartet Live at Montmartre [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6380Chet Baker - Philip Catherine There'll Never Be Another You [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6381Jessica Williams ...And Then. There's This! [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6382Charlie Byrd Trio I've Got The World On A String [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6383Dannie Richmond & The Last Mingus Band Plays Charles Mingus [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6384Rick Laird Soft Focus [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6385Curtis Fuller Meets Roma Jazz Trio [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6386David "Fathead" Newman - Marchel Ivery Blue Greens & Beans [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6387Rein De Graaff Drifting On A Reed [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6388Eddie Marshall Dance Of The Sun [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6389Art Blakey - Freddie Hubbard Feel The Wind [Low-priced Edition]
CDSOL-6390Tone Jansa Quartet feat.Woody Shaw Dr.Chi [Low-priced Edition]

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