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Essential CTI: Part 1

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Founded by legendary producer Creed Taylor in 1970, CTI Records achieved a legacy that is unrivaled in jazz. CTI produced records that were not only commercially successful but many that were superbly and artistically satisfying. Some of them are immortal. This is the first of three such sets devoted to the "Essential CTI" recordings.

TrackNameTimeArtistAlbum
1 Red Clay12:11Freddie HubbardRed Clay
2 Sugar10:6Stanley TurrentineSugar
3 Fire And Rain7:57Hubert LawsAfro-Classic
4 It's Too Late11:01Johnny HammondBreakout
5 White Rabbit7:01George BensonWhite Rabbit
6 Also Sprach Zarathustra9:04DeodatoPrelude
7 Concierto De Aranjuez19:24Jim HallConcierto


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