8 thoughts on I Didnt Know - Various - Leaders Of Jazz (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Kashicage   Fenrilmaran
    Jazz was consistently sold on vinyl later than pop or rock, so most every album through to or so will be available on vinyl. Many of the classic albums were released (and rereleased) in huge numbers, so finding Miles, Brubeck, Coltrane, etc. is easy and the records tend to be cheap.
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  2. Doujora   Gokree
    Collectible vinyl jazz records run the gamut from some of the earliest blues, ragtime, and Dixieland 78 RPM recordings to bebop, hard bop, and free jazz zbigoxsopassperreticomdurchmaldiscma.xyzinfo the way, the genre includes big band swing, West Coast cool, and international flavors.
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  3. Kagazragore   Gugrel
    Oncle Jazz by Men I Trust, released 13 September 1. Oncle Jazz 2. Norton Commander (album v) 3. Days Go By 4. Tailwhip (album v) 5. Found Me 6. Numb (album v) 7. Say Can You Hear (album v) 8. All Night 9. I Hope To Be Around (album v) Dorian Pines Slap Pie Fiero GT Seven (album v) Show Me How (album v) Alright
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  4. Taugrel   Tygonris
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Jazz History 10 LPs on Discogs/5(15).
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  5. Kagagul   Meshakar
    I Didn't Know About You is a very special CD that I listen to frequently. Self-produced by Karrin (& guitarist Danny Embery) this is the CD that found it's way to Concord Records' founder, Carl Jefferson and resulted in a five-CD recording contract for her/5(11).
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  6. Zutaxe   Doular
    But the suff I didn't know included two bursts of irresistable funk by The Explosions, produced by Eddie Bo - who is himself represented by 'Hook 'n' Sling (Part 2)' and 'Check Your Bucket' (which grooved in my head for days after a mere two plays), a classic jazz/funk groover by June Gardner, Aaron Neville's 'Hercules' (one of several /5(32).
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  7. Faerg   Tomi
    In this edition of A Beginner's Guide to Vinyl, we're talking about Jazz. Yes, the genre that can be rigidly debated amongst real authorities while still being completely amorphous. Driven by Discogs’ database and record collection data, we offer the essential Jazz records you should add to your collection.
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  8. Fausar   Brakazahn
    They didn’t kill my spirit, but they killed my desire to share”. Before his removal from the scene of recorded music, Harold Alexander provided the world with some incredibly funky jazz fusion tracks with a distinct otherworldly craziness. His most recognized LP is .
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