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Blue Note LPs Never on CD

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4 hours ago, Rooster_Ties said:

Tyrone Washington!!

plus Larry Young 'Contrasts' and Clarke/Boland 'Golden Eight' I think.

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3 hours ago, sidewinder said:

plus Larry Young 'Contrasts' and Clarke/Boland 'Golden Eight' I think.

Yes, both are significant releases Japan only.

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On 14/01/2017 at 3:32 PM, Teasing the Korean said:

It seems that many of the more obscure titles came out in the Connoisseur series.

And one of them was Lee Morgan's Taru, recorded in 1968. I'm listening to it for the first time now. Had it for maybe fifteen years. :unsure:

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There have to be some 4400 series or early LAxxx titles that haven't made it to CD. Sometimes I run into records from that era that I've never seem before and it's always a shocker.

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Waiting for

Blue Note 4236: High Frequency/Jackie McLean

Blue Note 4300: Collision in Black/Blue Mitchell

on CD

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High Frequency was part of the Mosaic Jackie McLean Complete Blue Note '64 to '66. .. would be great if it were in print as a stand alone cd.

 

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Also looking for

Blue Note 4339: Multidirection/Kenny Cox and the Contemporary Jazz Quintet (The Allmusic review awarded the album 4 stars !)

Blue Note 4420: All The United States of Mind Phase 3/Horace Silver (here only 1 1/2 stars from Allmusic)

on CD.

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Multidirection was released as bonus tracks to the "Introducing Kenny Cox" cd from 2007.

Separate CD copies of "That Healin' Feelin'" and "Total Response" can be found on amazon.com US. I'm not certain "All" has had a cd issue on its own. All three were on cd in a two cd set from Blue Note USA, 2004 "United States of Mind"--also available via amazon.com US.

Edited by jazzbo

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Blue Note 4364 Something to listen to/Jimmy McGriff

Blue Note 4378 The Three Sounds/Gene Harris

?

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Thanks !

What about this one:

Blue Note 4355: Worth Waiting For / Joe Williams

?

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not that I know of...

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On 1/15/2017 at 10:37 AM, jazzbo said:

I'm not sure of which date you are referring to; if it's unissued officially it has not been out anywhere.

This one:

Grant Green Quintet

Claude Bartee (tenor sax) Emmanuel Riggins (organ) Grant Green (guitar) Herbie Lewis (bass) Idris Muhammad (drums)

Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, May 29, 1970
6478 I Can't Leave Your Love Alone Blue Note unissued
6479 Let Yourself Go -
6480 Love On A Two-Way Street -
6481 Green Acid -
6482 Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head -
6483 Something -
6484 Let It Rain  

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1 hour ago, danasgoodstuff said:

This one:

Grant Green Quintet

Claude Bartee (tenor sax) Emmanuel Riggins (organ) Grant Green (guitar) Herbie Lewis (bass) Idris Muhammad (drums)

Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, May 29, 1970
6478 I Can't Leave Your Love Alone Blue Note unissued
6479 Let Yourself Go -
6480 Love On A Two-Way Street -
6481 Green Acid -
6482 Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head -
6483 Something -
6484 Let It Rain  

It's never been released. I doubt we'll see it.

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3 hours ago, Son Of Ice Bag said:

Looking for

Jackie McLean: Hipnosis

on CD ????

It was issued on CD on the Moncur Mosaic Select. Not sure about elsewhere.

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definitely deserves a standalone CD issue. I have it on a Japanese single LP.

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3 hours ago, clifford_thornton said:

definitely deserves a standalone CD issue. I have it on a Japanese single LP.

King pressing presumably? - that's a good one.

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yeah, it is. I had a somewhat ratty copy of the twofer and replaced it last year with King pressings of the enclosed albums.

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What about (not technically BN's?)

1. Fats Sadi (BN 10" 5061) was originally a Vogue 10" -> Japanese release?

2. Cool Britons (Aces Anonymous or Mike Nevard's Melody Maker All Stars)(BN 10" 5052) one title released on Avid CD 928 (Cleo Lane/John Dankworth). Lord Discog also mentions some of these titles were released on Atlantic LP 2 (no record of this LP in my searches) -> have the Japanese done this one?

Edited by romualdo

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5 hours ago, romualdo said:

What about (not technically BN's?)

1. Fats Sadi (BN 10" 5061) was originally a Vogue 10" -> Japanese release?

2. Cool Britons (Aces Anonymous or Mike Nevard's Melody Maker All Stars)(BN 10" 5052) one title released on Avid CD 928 (Cleo Lane/John Dankworth). Lord Discog also mentions some of these titles were released on Atlantic LP 2 (no record of this LP in my searches) -> have the Japanese done this one?

I was once told that the Fats Sadi date was only licensed by Blue Note for that 10" LP, which was why it was never released on a Blue Note CD.

Edited by Kevin Bresnahan

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Ah, that was one I was going to ask about too. Thanks for the explanation. That explains why a very, very advanced collector (who has a huge collection, compared to which mine is next to nothing) was all anxious to borrow my copy (when he learned I had that Fats Sadi 10" LP ) to burn a CD-R (for himself and who knows who else ...). So I now have not only that 10" but also a CD-R to save spinning my original.

 

 

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3 hours ago, Big Beat Steve said:

Ah, that was one I was going to ask about too. Thanks for the explanation. That explains why a very, very advanced collector (who has a huge collection, compared to which mine is next to nothing) was all anxious to borrow my copy (when he learned I had that Fats Sadi 10" LP ) to burn a CD-R (for himself and who knows who else ...). So I now have not only that 10" but also a CD-R to save spinning my original.

I have a CD-R of a needle-drop of a Japanese copy of that 10" LP. I have no idea how the Japanese arm of Blue Note was able to reissue that LP, but they did. It's actually a nice date.

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