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Great Sessions

Label: Blue Note Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: CD 1: Juju: Juju; Deluge; House Of Jade; Mahjong; Yes Or No; Twelve More Bars To Go; Juju (alternate take); House Of Jade (alternate take).
CD 2: Speak No Evil; Witch Hunt; Fee-Fi- Fo-Fum; Dance Cadaverous; Speak No Evil; Infant Eyes; Wild Flower; Dance Cadaverous (alternate take).
CD 3: Adam's Apple; Adam's Apple; 502 Blues (Drinkin' And Drivin'); El Gaucho; Footprints; Teru; Chief Crazy Horse; The Collector.

Album

Great Sessions

Label: Blue Note Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: CD1: Empyrean Isles: One Finger Snap; Oliloqui Valley; Cantaloupe Island; The Egg; One Finger Snap (alternate take); Oliloqui Valley (alternate take). CD2: Maiden Voyage: Maiden Voyage; The Eye Of The Hurricane; Little One; Survival Of The Fittest; Dolphin Dance. CD3: Speak Like A Child: Riot; Speak Like A Child; First Trip; Toys; Goodbye To Childhood; The Sorcerer; Riot (first alternate take); Riot (second alternate take); Goodbye To Childhood (alternate take).

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Great Sessions

Label: Capitol Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: CD 1: Somethin' Else: Autumn Leaves; Love For Sale; Somethin' Else; One For Daddy-o; Dancing In The Dark; Bangoon.
CD 2: Cannonball's Bossa Nova: Clouds; Minha Saudades; Corcovado; Batida Diferentes; Joyce's Sambas; Groovy Sambas; O Amor Em Paz (Once I Loved); Sambops; Corcovado (alternate take); Clouds (single version).
CD 3: Mercy, Mercy, Mercy: Fun; Games; Mercy, Mercy, Mercy; Sticks; Hippodelphia; Sack O' Woe.

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Herbie Hancock: Great Sessions

Read "Great Sessions" reviewed by Chris May


Herbie Hancock's music has been in a continuous state of flux since he first started recording in the early 1960s, yet it's possible to identify four distinct phases in his development: the more or less conventional, if more than usually distinctive, hard bop of the very early days; the restlessly exploratory acoustic music made with the ...

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Cannonball Adderley: Great Sessions

Read "Great Sessions" reviewed by Chris May


A less cohesive and chronologically compact collection than the others in Blue Note/Capitol's new budget priced Great Sessions series, Cannonball Adderley's set offers a potpourri of three albums recorded for Blue Note, Riverside and Capitol between 1958 and 1966, charting the saxophonist's trajectory from blues-drenched Charlie Parker disciple to soul-jazz pioneer. The cream in the coffee, ...

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Wayne Shorter: Great Sessions

Read "Great Sessions" reviewed by Chris May


Blue Note is adept at finding fresh ways of repackaging its back catalogue--the label has to be, because in not so many years time, every dodgy operator on the planet will be able to punt the music out, in any permutation they fancy, unconstrained by copyright restrictions. Blue Note Europe's new Great Sessions series is a ...


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