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April 2009: From Sarah Vaughan to Little Richard

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After a short hiatus, The Vault has reopened to review the latest in jazz and blues reissues, DVDs, books and other irresistible items. This month, we have books on the jazz age and Atlantic Records, CDs from Sarah Vaughan and Buddy Guy, and DVDs of Little Richard and Muddy Waters.

Hazen Schumacher and ...

ARTICLE: FILM REVIEWS

DVD Round-Up: Ahmet Ertegun, Les Paul, Cowboy Jack Clement, Johnny Cash Christmas Specials and Before The Music Dies

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While several recent DVD releases focus on the preservation of modern music history, other releases question its current trajectory. Shout Factory released two DVD's of Johnny Cash's brooding Christmas Specials, one from 1976 and the other from 1977. An Atlantic Records release celebrates the life and times of Ahmet Ertegun, Shout Factory's celebrates the life and ...

ARTICLE: MULTIPLE REVIEWS

Shout Factory Celebrates the Best of the Vee-Jay Years with Jimmy Reed, The Dells, Jerry Butler and The Staple Singers

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On infrequent occasions only does a collection of one artist's work embrace the breadth and vitality of his or her many years as a recording artist. Usually, these themed collections provide windows into a specific time and place in an artist's career. From 1953 until about 1966, Vee-Jay was one of the top indie labels that ...

ARTICLE: FILM REVIEWS

Les Paul: Chasing Sound!

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Les Paul
Chasing Sound!
Koch Vision
2007



I dare anyone to spend the time to find one musician who can say they have not had their musical career influenced by Les Paul. Maybe they aren't aware of his career as a country and jazz great, but if they ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Various Artists: House Rockin' and Blues Shoutin': Celebrating 15 Years of The Rhythm Room

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Does it get any hotter than the average temperature in Phoenix (Arizona) in mid-August? Well, yes, if you enter the four walls of the Rhythm Room. Blue Witch Record has released House Rockin' and Blues Shoutin'--a fourteen-song compilation of live cuts from the last fifteen years produced by the club's owner and harmonica player, Bob Corritone. ...

January 2006

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Welcome to a new year of great music!

It's time to whip out those gift cards or return credits that you have and start building up your music collection for 2006. Here's a great place to start and the line-ups for the subsequent months look to be quite bountiful.

Here are this month's new crop of ...

The Vault Top Ten: 2005

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The Vault would like to highlight the ten releases we enjoyed in 2005.

1. Gillespie and Parker Town Hall
New York City, June 22, 1945
(Uptown)

Despite the substandard sound quality and hiss in the beginning, I found myself blasting this recording in the car when I got it. ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Various Artists: Doo Wop: Vocal Group Greats

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Shout Factory has again released a companion boxset to a PBS special scheduled for December, this time dealing with the golden era of doo-wop music. The founders of Shout Factory (the brothers Foos) released a similar boxed collection of doo wop in an earlier incarnation at Rhino to critical and consumer acclaim, and they hit the ...

ARTICLE: MULTIPLE REVIEWS

Prestige Profile Reissue Series

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Like many of the great independent labels of the mid-twentieth century (i.e. Dial, Commodore, King, Stax to name a few), Prestige began out of a solely owned record store. Who better to best assess the current sounds and demands of the customer than the record shop proprietor. Bob Weinstock began the transition from record store to ...

November 1st Through The 29th

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Christmas is right around the corner and what better gift than super jazz from the past. Here is this month's new crop of reissues and special event records.

Attention record labels! Please email me your reissue schedules so I can include them in future lists.

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