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My Foolish Heart

Label: Label M
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Invitation 2. [Untitled Track] 3. Spring Is Here 4. Litha 5. Lucifer's Fall 6. My Foolish Heart 7. Fiesta

Headless Heroes of the Apocalypse

Label: Label M
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Lord Is Back 2. Jagger the Dagger 3. Lovin' Man 4. Headless Heroes 5. Susan Jane 6. Freedom Death Dance 7. Supermarket Blues 8. Parasite (For Buffy)

Just the Way It Was: Live at the Left Bank

Label: Label M
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Deuces Wild 2. Samba De Orpheus 3. Who Can I Turn To? 4. Cry Me A River 5. John Brown's Body 6. The Shadow Of Your Smile 7. Blues Up And Down

Head Jazz

Label: Label M
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Silver Cycles - Eddie Harris 2. You Can't Always Get What You Want - David "Fathead" Newman 3. Let's Gather - Les McCann 4. Equinox - Hubert Laws 5. The Soul Of A Village Part 2 - Joe Zawinul 6. Day By Day - Jimmy Scott 7. Island Cry - Rahsaan Roland Kirk 8. Ramblin' - Ornette Coleman 9. The Catbird Seat - The Mitchell-Ruff Trio 10. Lorelei's Lament - Hank Crawford 11. The Lovers - Les McCann 12. This Old Building - Yusef Lateef 13. In A Little Spanish Town - Yusef Lateef

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Various: Head Jazz

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Slap on your big ol' '70s headphones and get ready for a ride. Cozying up with Eddie Harris's “Silver Cycles," Head Jazz takes your ears (and whatever may be between them) on a hairpinned tour of contemporary jazz. A combination of a Magritte painting and Fellini film, Head Jazz leads listeners down path after crooked path ...

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Sonny Stitt: Just the Way It Was: Live at the Left Bank

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To inaugurate his latest musical milestone--the starting of Label M--one of jazz’s most underrated production legends, Joel Dorn, has taken a set by his musical counterpart, the electrifying saxophonist Sonny Stitt, from the vaults of the Left Bank Jazz Society and put it back on vinyl (er- plastic). In doing so, he helps sustain the Society’s ...

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Stan Getz: My Foolish Heart

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Opening with a snappy “Invitation," this newly-found home recording shows off what producer Joel Dorn calls “prime Getz." Rodgers and Hart’s “Spring is Here" wafts and splashes through a fragrant rain chilled by Jack DeJohnette’s shivery brush work, but DeJohnette sharpens the tempo for Chick Corea’s “Litha," sparking Stan and Richie Beirach to burning life.

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Eugene McDaniels: Headless Heroes of the Apocalypse

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This is soul. Not Al Green soul. Not Isaac Hayes soul (but perhaps a bit closer to that). This is the soul of the black man. It is the soul of a student of history who is sick and tired of force-feeding and ready to spit back. This is the soul of a man tired of ...

Easy As Pie

Label: Label M
Released: 2001
Track listing: Tickle Toe, Mr. George, These Foolish Things/Willow Weep For Me, John's Bunch, Blue Hodge, Expense Account, Come Rain Or Come Shine, Recado Bossa Nova

Lemme Tell Ya 'Bout Desmond

Label: Label M
Released: 2001
Track listing: I'm Old Fashioned, Skylark, Take Ten, Stardust, When Joanna Loved Me, Desmond Blue, A Taste Of Honey, Bossa Antigua, The Night Has A Thousand Eyes, Alianca, El Condor Pasa, Samba With Some Barbeque


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