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J.J. and Kai: Stonebone

J.J. and Kai: Stonebone

In 1967, Creed Taylor launched CTI Records as a subsidiary of the A&M label. Creed had just left Verve, where he headed the jazz label and pioneered new concepts in young-adult jazz, including covers with abstract color photography and jazz interpretations of pop-rock and pop-soul radio hits. In New York, Creed had complete autonomy over CTI. ...

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News: Obituary

Pete Turner (1934-2017)

Pete Turner (1934-2017)

Pete Turner, a commercial photographer who befriended jazz producer Creed Taylor early in his career in the late 1950s and whose richly saturated color images were used on album covers by Creed when he was at ABC-Paramount, Impulse, Verve, A&M and, most notably, CTI, died Sept. 18. Turner was 83. Pete's iconic images were featured on ...

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Straight Life (40th Anniversary Edition)

Label: CTI Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Straight Life; Mr. Clean; Here's That Rainy Day.

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Article: Album Review

Freddie Hubbard: Straight Life (40th Anniversary Edition)

Read "Straight Life (40th Anniversary Edition)" reviewed by Jeff Dayton-Johnson


CTI Records reissued trumpeter Freddie Hubbard's November 1970 date, Straight Life, in 2011. As with some of the other reissues in this series (see John Kelman's in-depth discussion of some of the more important of these), its availability on compact disc has been spotty. Straight Life is a good--if not great--record, and it's good to have ...

Album

CTI Records: The Cool Revolution

Label: CTI Records
Released: 2010

Album

Festival De Lugano 1985

Label: CTI Records
Released: 2010

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Article: Extended Analysis

Various Artists: CTI Records - The Cool Revolution

Read "Various Artists: CTI Records - The Cool Revolution" reviewed by John Kelman


Various ArtistsCTI Records--The Cool RevolutionCTI Masterworks2010 The late 1960s was, in many ways, a time of reckoning for jazz. While the music had continued to evolve over the previous half century, it was coincident with the emergence of rock music as a serious force that jazz began to ...


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