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Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss Curate 3-CD Set for 50th anniversary of A&M Records

Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss Curate 3-CD Set for 50th anniversary of A&M Records

It’s an archetypal story of the modern record business – two guys with a dream running their nascent label out of a West Hollywood garage in the summer of 1962. The label quickly gains momentum and eventually becomes one of the most important record companies the world has ever seen. The two guys were Herb Alpert ...

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L.T.D.

Label: Prestige Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Broadway; Boston Bernie; In A Sentimental Mood; Blues Up And Down.

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Dexter Gordon: L.T.D.

Read "L.T.D." reviewed by David A. Orthmann


Consisting of four cuts spread out over a 62 minute running time, Dexter Gordon’sL.T.D.is not for listeners with short attention spans. Within the trappings of a mundane blowing session, there is a lot going on during these previously unreleased tracks recorded live in May 1969 at the Famous Ballroom in Baltimore. Gordon is in an expansive ...

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Dexter Gordon: L.T.D.

Read "L.T.D." reviewed by Derek Taylor


For most fans of hard bop the fact that this disc presents previously unreleased Dexter Gordon of late 60s vintage will alone be sufficient impetus to make the remainder of this review superfluous. Discovery of vault tapes is always cause for celebration and this set, recorded on the occasion of one of Long Tall Dex’s (source ...


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