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Jazz


43 items

MILES DAVIS - SKETCHES OF SPAIN • BLUE VINYL

MILES DAVIS - SKETCHES OF SPAIN  BLUE COLORED VINYL 180 GRAM

MILES DAVIS - SKETCHES OF SPAIN  BLUE COLORED VINYL 180 GRAM

$28.00

JOHN COLTRANE • BLUE TRAIN • LIMITED EDITION BL...

LIMITED (BLUE) COLORED VINYL  2020 RELEASE

LIMITED (BLUE) COLORED VINYL  2020 RELEASE

$32.00

MILES DAVIS • BITCHES BREW • 2 LP

Double vinyl LP pressing. Bitches Brew is a studio album by jazz musician, composer, and bandlead...

Double vinyl LP pressing. Bitches Brew is a studio album by jazz musician, composer, and bandleader Miles Davis, originally released on March 30, 1970. It marked his continuing experimentation with electric instruments that he had previously featured on the critically acclaimed In a Silent Way (1969). With these instruments, such as the electric piano and guitar, Davis rejected traditional jazz rhythms in favor of loose, rock-influenced arrangements based on improvisation. In subsequent years...

$32.00

RAY CHARLES • WHAT'D I SAY • VINYL • 180 GRAM

RAY CHARLES- WHAT'D I SAY 180 GRAM    

RAY CHARLES- WHAT'D I SAY 180 GRAM    

$19.99

SONNY ROLLINS • SAXOPHONE COLOSSUS • BLUE VINYL

SONNY ROLLINS - SAXOPHONE COLOSSUS BLUE COLORED VINYL 180 GRAM Though he lacked the improvisation...

SONNY ROLLINS - SAXOPHONE COLOSSUS BLUE COLORED VINYL 180 GRAM Though he lacked the improvisational fire of John Coltrane or the restless curiosity of Miles Davis, Sonny Rollins played with a rich, round tone that complemented his melodic inclinations, making him the most accessible of the postbop musicians. Saxophone Colossus is the most successful of the late 1950s albums that made his reputation. Rollins's playing never falters; he's backed by the redoubtable Max Roach on drums, Tommy Flan...

$23.99

[CD] JONI MITCHELl • HEJIRA • A FOLK CLASSIC!

Hejira is the eighth studio album by Joni Mitchell. The songs on the album were largely written b...

Hejira is the eighth studio album by Joni Mitchell. The songs on the album were largely written by Mitchell on a trip by car from Maine back to Los Angeles, with prominent imagery including highways, small towns and snow. Characterized by lyrically dense, sprawling songs, as well as the overdubbed fretless playing of the brilliant, troubled jazz bassist Jaco Pastorius (whom Mitchell had just met), Hejira continued the musician's journey beyond her pop records towards the freer, jazz inspired ...

$11.99

CHET BAKER & BILL EVANS • ALONE TOGETHER

CHET BAKER & BILL EVANS- ALONE TOGETHER 180 GRAM Limited 180-gram vinyl LP import reissue. Fo...

CHET BAKER & BILL EVANS- ALONE TOGETHER 180 GRAM Limited 180-gram vinyl LP import reissue. Forever on the cutting edge of jazz, trumpeter Chet Baker and pianist Bill Evans crafted "Alone Together" as a cool, bluesy gem on Dec. 28, 1958. It was released a month later to much acclaim and popular approval. Yet, jazz historians really note this album for being a true precursor to Miles Davis' "Kind of Blue." "Alone Together" didn't quite catch fire like "Kind of Blue, " which was released jus...

$24.00

AHMAD JAMAL • BUT NOT FOR ME: AT THE PERSHING 1...

  AHMAD JAMAL- LIVE AT THE PERSHING LOUNGE 1958 180 GRAM  Limited 180gm audiophile vinyl repress...

  AHMAD JAMAL- LIVE AT THE PERSHING LOUNGE 1958 180 GRAM  Limited 180gm audiophile vinyl repressing of this Jazz classic.  "The album Ahmad Jamal at The Pershing is a wonderful jazz musical experience. Mr. Jamal is a virtuoso at the electric piano on this album." 

$18.99

MILES DAVIS & JOHN COLTRANE • THE FINAL TOUR

Vinyl LP pressing including digital download. Showcasing the musical chemistry shared by Miles an...

Vinyl LP pressing including digital download. Showcasing the musical chemistry shared by Miles and Trane and let's fans experience the magic of both artists at the peak of their collective powers. Miles and Trane each implemented their own jazz revolutions at the time of these concerts and the electrifying sonic frisson produced by the sometimes competing/sometimes intertwining music visions of these artists perplexed contemporary jazz fans. As quoted by music historian Ashley Kahn, "it's not...

$24.00