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What Would It Be Without You

Label: Knit Classics
Released: 2000
Track listing: What Would It Be Without You/ Blue Train/ Crucificado/ Parting/ The Lady/ Nice and Easy- Such a Lovely Lady.

Recorded: August 31, 1975, 77 Greene Street, NYC.

Dizzy For President

Label: Knit Classics
Released: 2000
Track listing:

Dizzy Atmosphere/ Morning of the Carnival/ The Cup Bearers. I

Red Warrior

Label: Knit Classics
Released: 2000

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ronald Shannon Jackson's Decoding Society: When Colors Play

Read "When Colors Play" reviewed by Derek Taylor

Prior to Knit Classics’ recent reissue deluge all of Ronald Shannon Jackson’s recordings as a leader were out of print. This may not seem like much of travesty to those unfamiliar with Jackson’s catalog but when you consider that he had over a dozen albums to his credit the reality of the rate of attrition begins ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Joe Lee Wilson & Bond Street: What Would It Be Without You

Read "What Would It Be Without You" reviewed by Derek Taylor

Here’s an artifact rescued from the mists of time and largely unknown to or forgotten by even the most learned of ‘New Thing’ aficionados. A look at the lineup reveals some familiar and enticing names including Rashied Ali and Ronnie Boykins, but who the hell is Joe Lee Wilson? The concise notes that accompany the disc ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

My Goal's Beyond: John McLaughlin

Read "John McLaughlin" reviewed by Derek Taylor

Let me preface this review by admitting that I’ve never had an interest in McLaughlin’s music. My attitude toward his numerous projects and transformations has been one of unerring ambivalence. While listening to this disc wasn’t a revelatory experience it did suggest to me that I’ve been remiss in neglecting to explore his work. This album, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dizzy Gillespie: Dizzy For President

Read "Dizzy For President" reviewed by Derek Taylor

Gifted with one of the most amiable stage presences in the business Dizzy could work a crowd into a frenzy not only with the fireworks from his horn, but also with his glib vocal antics. Both are on sizable display during this concert taped at the Monterey Jazz Festival. Playing the audience with the same virtuosic ...


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