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Straight From The Vault

May 2nd - June 28th 2005

By Published: May 6, 2005
From Wounded Bird:
Stanley Turrentine Betcha. From 1978
Stanley Turrentine Tender Togetherness. From 1981
Al Di Meola Heart of Immigrants
Al Di Meola Orange & Blue. From 1994
Ernie Watts Chariots of Fire. From 1982
Jan Hammer Black Sheep / Hammer. This double CD are from his 1978 releases
Eric Gale Island Breeze / Blue Horizon. A double disc from 1981

From Various Labels:
Stephane Grappelli Violin Jazz Master (Tomato).
Art Farmer The Summer Knows (Test of Time).
Various Jukebox Jazz from the Southside of Chicago (Universal).

June 7th

From Shout! Factory:
Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass Going Places. From 1965
Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass What Now My Love. From 1966
Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass S.R.O.. From 1966

From Kingston Records:
Ray Brown Moonlight Serenade. From 1981
Ray Brown Summerwind. From 1980.
Monty Alexander Solo. From 1980.

From Koch:
George Shearing As Requested—George Shearing
George Shearing Quartet Gas

From Passport:
Cal Tjader Solar Heat. From 1978
Mel Torme & Chris Gunning Torme and Gunning

From Verve:
Sammy Davis, Jr and Carmen McRae The Complete Sammy Davis Jr. and Carmen McRae on Decca

June 14th

From Collectables:
McCoy Tyner Dimensions
Stephane Grappelli Olympia 88

June 21st

From Acrobat Records:
Louis Jordan and His Tympani Five Jukebox Hits 1942-47
Louis Jordan and His Tympani Five Jukebox Hits 1947-51
Billie Holiday Jukebox Hits 1935-46
Billy Eckstine Jukebox Hits 1943-53
Brother Bones & His Shadows Globetrottin' with Bones

From Various Labels:
Jimmy Webb The Moon's A Harsh Mistress (Rhino Handmade). This is a 5 CD box.
Scott Joplin Rags to Riches: The Essential Joplin (Compendia).
Lenny Breau Swinging on a Seven String (Art of Life Records).
Skip James Secret of Movin' (Yazoo).
Great Jazz Trio At The Village Vanguard, vol. 2 (Test of Time).

Coming in July: Sonny Sharrock, Yusef Lateef, Albert Ayler and Count Basie.

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