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Horace Silver: Re-Entry

Label: 32 Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1. Song For My Father (10:32) 2. The African Queen (8:59) 3. The Natives Are Restless Tonight (11:28) 4. Que Pasa (14:54) 5. The African Queen (10:20)

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Jazz for...

Label: 32 Records
Released: 2003

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Jazz That Swings

Label: 32 Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Love Theme from "The Sandpiper" - Eddie Harris 2. One Note Samba - The Modern Jazz Quartet 3. It's All Right With Me - Red Garland 4. All the Things You Are - Sonny Criss 5. Little Sister - David "Fathead" Newman 6. Boo's Tune - Hank Crawford 7. I Can Dig It - Les McCann 8. Do Nothin' Till You Hear from Me - Richard "Groove" Holmes 9. If I Were a Bell - Woody Shaw 10. I Mean You - Hank Jones 11. Naima - Cedar Walton

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32 Gems from 32 Jazz

Label: 32 Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. When Your Lover Has Gone - Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis 2. Doin' That Thing [Live] - Les McCann 3. Mo's Theme - Nat Adderley 4. My Romance - Etta Jones 5. Cap'n Jack - Jack McDuff 6. All the Things You Are - Sonny Criss 7. Iron City - Grant Green 8. Blue Seven - Ron Carter 9. Sunny [Live] - Pat Martino 10. Shana - David "Fathead" Newman 11. Great City - Ernie Andrews Disc: 2 1. Naima [Live] - Cedar Walton 2. Tetragon - Woody Shaw 3. Free Slave - Roy Brooks 4. Blue in Green - Wallace Roney 5. Turkish Women at the Bath 6. Theme for Malcolm - Donald Byrd 7. It Feels So Good [Live] - Mose Allison 8. Ruby, My Dear [Live] - Charlie Rouse 9. Passion Dance - Rahsaan Roland Kirk 10. Oleo - Kenny Barron Disc: 3 1. Broadway - Richard "Groove" Holmes 2. Body and Soul - Al Cohn 3. It's All Right With Me - Red Garland 4. In Walked Bud - Bobby Hutcherson 5. Bar Wars - Willis "Gator" Jackson 6. Scrapple from the Apple [Live] - Phil Woods 7. Blues to Be There - Johnny Lytle 8. Blues in the Guts [Live] - Red Rodney 9. Bloomdido - Hank Jones 10. Constellation - Sonny Stitt 11. Song for My Father [Live] - Horace Silver

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Horace Silver: Horace Silver: Re-Entry

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Rare and essential live recordings that capture the great Horace Silver Quintet in action at New York City's Half-Note. Always a force to be reckoned with, Silver's mid-60s band was consistently adventurous, original, and funky, anchored in the steady rhythms of bassist Larry Ridley and drummer Roger Humphries, and steeped in the passion ...

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Various Artists: Jazz That Swings

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As the “Nouveau-Swing" era dies a well-deserved death, it leaves in its overdone, under-appropriately handled wake on valuable lesson: real Swing swings! Fortunately, the folks at 32 Jazz were able to not only ride the wave but pick out the crests that rose highest. Though a few of the tracks on this compilation are a bit ...

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Various Artists: Jazz for...

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In this ever-burgeoning series of compilations, legendary producer-cum-label boss Joel Dorn leaves an inexpensive but no less luminescent light in the window for those of us who are lost in a sea of moods and music, looking for the right fit. From quiet times to rainy afternoons to top-down trips in the old jalopy (an old ...

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Various Artists: 32 Gems from 32 Jazz

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In marking their third year on the independent label scene, 32 Jazz has put together an impressive three-disc compilation culled from their broad and well-researched library (which now contains the entire Muse/Landmark discography, as well as rare album and television productions by the likes of Judy Garland and Tom Jones). From Nat Adderly to Zoot Sims, ...

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Bedtime Stories: A Tribute To Herbie Hancock

Label: 32 Records
Released: 2001
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Bedtime Stories

Label: 32 Records
Released: 2001


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