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  1. Abdullah Ibrahim: Water from an Ancient Well
  2. Elvin Jones: Mr. Jones
  3. Lambert, Hendricks, and Ross: Everybody's Boppin
  4. Lambert, Hendricks, and Ross: Sing A Song of Basie
  5. Yusef Lateef: Eastern Sounds
  6. Wynton Marsalis: Citi Movement
  7. John Mclaughlin: My Goal's Beyond
  8. Jackie McLean: Let Freedom Ring
  9. Carmen McRae: Sings Monk
  10. Charles Mingus: Let My Children Hear Music
  11. Charles Mingus: Presents Charles Mingus
  12. Charles Mingus: The Great Paris Concert of 1964
  13. Charles Mingus: Changes I & II
  14. Hank Mobley: Soul Station
  15. Modern Jazz Quartet: Django
  16. Wes Montgomery: Incredible Jazz Guitar
  17. Lee Morgan: The Sidewinder
  18. David Murray: The Hill
  19. David Murray: Big Band
  20. Fats Navarro and Tadd Dameron: The Complete on Blue Note
  21. Bird and Diz
  22. Charlie Parker: The Complete Dial Masters
  23. Charlie Parker: The Savoy Sessions
  24. Joe Pass: Virtuoso
  25. Art Pepper: Modern Jazz Classics
  26. Bud Powell: Genius of Bud Powell
  27. Don Pullen: Ode To Life
  28. Freddie Redd Quartet: The Music from 'The Connection'
  29. Dewey Redman: The Ear of the Behearer
  30. George Russell: Ezz-thetics
  31. Maria Schneider: Evanescence
  32. Archie Shepp: Fire Music
  33. Jimmy Smith: The Sermon
  34. Cecil Taylor: Unit Structures
  35. Cecil Taylor: Silent Tongues
  36. Henry Threadgill: You Know the Number
  37. Cal Tjader: Soul Sauce
  38. Lennie Tristano: Lennie Tristano/The New Tristano
  39. Steve Turre: Sanctified Shells
  40. McCoy Tyner: Sahara
  41. Sarah Vaughan: Sassy Swings the Tivoli
  42. World Saxophone Quartet: Dances & Ballads
  43. World Saxophone Quartet: Revue

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