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Atlantic Jazz Gallery Atlantic/Rhino

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Does anyone have or know of a complete list of these Atlantic Jazz Gallery issues?

I'd like to put together a collection of them, but information is difficult to locate.

Thanks!

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These were all I could come up with:

John Coltrane:

79965 Ole

79966 Plays The Blues

79891 Coltrane Jazz

75588 Coltrane’s Sound

75204 My Favorite Things

75203 Giant Steps

79892 The Avant Garde (w/Don Cherry)

Ornette Coleman:

75208 Free Jazz

The Jazz Messengers with Thelonious Monk:

75598 Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers with Thelonious Monk

Charles Mingus:

75589 Oh Yeah

75590 The Clown

75205 Blues and Roots

Roland Kirk:

75207 The Inflated Tear

 

 

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Looks about right to me - haven't seen any others, not that I remember. The only one I've got is the Blakey/Monk one.

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Coltrane and Cherry's "The Avant Garde" and Kirk's "Inflated Tear" were also in this series.

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Thanks Lon I knew you'd know!

 

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Updated List to Lon's additions, thanks Lon!

I shoulda bought these 15 years ago when they came out..the sound on them is very good on my system, picked up 8 of them so far....out of the 13.

Wonder if there are any more? All deleted of course, it's 2015 already.....

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I felt like those were really nice issues of the music, though all the ones I would've wanted I had on LP.

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