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Michael Cuscuna: In The Vault Playing God

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From the 1995-2003 archive: This article first appeared at All About Jazz in December 2000. Michael Cuscuna is one of the most important figures in the jazz reissue field today. He has been responsible for hundreds of releases for many companies, and he was fortunate to meet and befriend Alfred Lion during the final ...


Hank Mobley: The Complete Hank Mobley Blue Note Sessions 1963-70

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The music world has changed considerably since Michael Cuscuna and Charlie Lourie founded their boutique reissue label Mosaic Records back in 1983. From its inception, vinyl was still the preferred format, shortly to be overtaken by the popularity of the compact disc. At the cusp of vinyl's recent resurgence, Mosaic briefly got back into that format ...


The Complete Woody Herman Decca, Mars and MGM Sessions (1943-1954)

The Complete Woody Herman Decca, Mars and MGM Sessions (1943-1954)

The Complete Woody Herman Decca, Mars and MGM Sessions (1943-1954) (Mosaic) Woody Herman and his band were most closely associated with the Columbia and Capitol labels, but in the 1940s and ’50s the clarinetist, saxophonist and influential leader also recorded for the companies you see named in the headline above. The Mosaic label has issued a ...

Everyone's Buzzin': The Complete Bee Hive Sessions

Label: Mosaic Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Disc I: Donna Lee; Billie’s Bounce; Stablemates; Marmaduke; Body and Soul; Alone Together. Disc II: Nick Who’s Blues; I’m Getting Sentimental Over You; Busy B’s; Groovin’ High; Our Delight; Blues in F; Anthropology; You Don’t Know What Love Is; Be My Love. Disc III: Blues For K.D.; Bambu; Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum; Like Someone In Love; Minor’s Holiday; Ballade For Gabe Wells; Hello, Young Lovers; The Egyptian Two; Yesterdays; Blue Monk. Disc IV: Con Man; Manhattan Walk; Yule on the Hudson; Woody ’N’ You; One For Trane; Con Man (alt tk); Hyde Park After Dark; You’re Blasé. Disc V: Lotus Blossom; Sad Sam; I Waited for You; I’m Glad There Is You; 2 Degrees East, 3 Degrees West; Dr. Chicago; Something to Live For; Zombie; Touch Love; If I Had You; BeBop. Disc VI: Easy Living; It Was Almost Like A Song; Wave; By Myself; For All We Know; Will You Still Be Mine; Nobody Home; I Could Write a Book; I See Your Face Before Me; Moonlight in Vermont. Disc VII: Nica’s Dream; Darn That Dream; Sometime Ago; Zone Two; Don’t Get Around Much Anymore; Blue Gnu’s Blues; On Green Dolphin Street; Blues in the Closet. Disc VIII: Opus de Funk; Daddy-O; Tune For Two; Northern Lights; Juicy Lucy; For All We Know; Salima’s Dance; It Don’t Mean A Thing; Hi-Fly. Disc IX: Thew’s Blues; Susanita; Reflections; Legacy; A Child Is Born; Once I Loved; Ich Ban; Suicide is Painless (Theme From M*A*S*H); Loose Suite; Four For Nothing; Untitled Blues. Disc X: Four the Hard Way; Wisteria; Raise A Ruckus; H&T Blues; Ain’t Nothin’ New; You Don’t Know What Love Is; Laverne Walk; A Few Bars For Basie; Friday the 13th; No Matter What. Disc XI: But Not For Me; Crazy She Calls Me; Cousin Mary; Lament; Mean Old Amtrak; That Lucky Old Sun; Truckin’; Funky Carnival; Miss Otis Regrets; Birks’ Works; Mean Old Amtrak (alt. tk.); Cheatin’ On Me; Blues For Lisette; Indiana; Keep On Pushin’; Stardust; Deep River; Blues For Lisette (alt. tk.)


Everyone's Buzzin': The Complete Bee Hive Sessions

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The idea behind Jim and Susan Neumann's Bee Hive label was simple: gather together a bunch of great musicians for recording dates and let them play whatever they wanted. The sessions were led by talented musicians who may not have received the recognition they deserved in the jazz heyday of the fifties and early sixties -names ...


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