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Mosaic Select

Label: Mosaic Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: CD1: Elegy; Memory; Kogun; American Ballad; Henpecked Old Man; Long Yellow Road; The First Night; Opus Number Zero; Quadrille, Anyone?; Children In The Temple Ground. CD2: Since Perry / Yet Another Tear; Road Time Shuffle; Tales Of A Courtesan; Strive For Jive; I Ain't Gonna Ask No More; Interlude; Village; Studio J; Transcience; Sumie. CD3: Minamata: Peaceful Village / Prosperity & Consequence / Epilogue; March Of The Tadpoles; Mobile; Deracinated Flower; Yellow Is Mellow; Notorious Tourist From East.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Toshiko Akiyoshi-Lew Tabackin Big Band: Mosaic Select

Read "Mosaic Select" reviewed by Ken Dryden

Pianist Toshiko Akiyoshi overcame numerous challenges during her long career, immigrating to a new country, establishing herself as both a top bandleader and composer/arranger, in addition to the difficulties of maintaining a large jazz ensemble. Her husband, tenor saxophonist and flutist Lew Tabackin, was a star soloist in her big band and he helped her recruit ...

Mosaic Select

Label: Mosaic Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: CD1: Drought (A); Felicite (A); Orientale (A); Spanning (A); Wilpan's (A); Our Second Father (Dedicated to the memory of John Coltrane) (A CD2: Drought (B); Stretch (B); Truth (B); Effi (B); 'Round Midnight (B CD3: On The Nile (A); Ruthie;s Heart (Dedicated to my mother) (A); Repetition (A); Impact (B); Our Second Father (Dedicated to the memory of John Coltrane) (B); Earl's World (Dedicated to my brother) (B).

Mosaic Select

Label: Umbrella
Released: 2006

Mosaic Select

Label: Mosaic Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Disc One: Wild Cat Blues; Kansas City Man; Atlanta Blues; Kansas City Man Blues; Irresistible Blues; Jazzin' Babies Blues; 'Tain't Nobody's Bus'ness If I Do; New Orleans Hop Scop Blues; Oh Daddy!; Graveyard Dream Blues; If I Let You Get Away With It; Shreveport Blues; Old Fashioned Love; House Rent Blues (The Stomp); Mean Blues; Texas Moaner Blues; Early In The Morning; You've Got The Right Key, But The Wrong Keyhole; I'm So Glad I'm a Brownskin; Off And On Blues; Mandy, Make Up Your Mind; I'm A Little Blackbird Looking For A Bluebird; Who'll Chop Your Suey (When I'm Gone); Cake Walking Babies From Home; Harlem's Araby.
Disc Two: Bandana Days; Bandana Days; I'm Just Wild About Harry; I'm Just Wild About Harry; Dear Old Southland; Okey-Doke; Okey-Doke; Characteristic Blues; Characteristic Blues; What A Dream; What A Dream; Hold Tight; Hold Tight; Jungle Drums; Chant In The Night; Spreadin' Joy; Spreadin' Joy; Spreadin' Joy; I Had It But It's All Gone Now; I Had It But It's All Gone Now; I Had It But It's All Gone Now; Polka Dot Stomp.
Disc Three: Kansas City Man Blues; Kansas City Man Blues; Kansas City Man Blues; Buddy Bolden Stomp; Buddy Bolden Stomp; My Woman's Blues; My Woman's Blues; The Song Of Songs; Love For Sale; My Woman's Blues; Just One Of Those Things; Just One Of Those Things; Just One Of Those Things; Love For Sale; Love For Sale; Love For Sale; Laura; Laura; The Song Of Songs;. Shake 'Em Up; Shake 'Em Up; Shake 'Em Up.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Charles Tolliver: Mosaic Select

Read "Mosaic Select" reviewed by George Harris

Charles Tolliver, who along with Woody Shaw was arguably the last of the trumpet vanguard that defined the instrument's modern approach, often took the road less traveled, forming his own label, Strata-East Records, in the late '60s. This three-CD Mosaic Select release captures Tolliver (along with his familiar musical colleague, pianist Stanley Cowell) in two concert ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sidney Bechet: Mosaic Select

Read "Mosaic Select" reviewed by Ken Dryden

Sidney Bechet was one of the first jazz virtuosos, dominating nearly every recording session in which he took part. Though his Blue Note and RCA Victor recordings are better known due to frequent reissues, there is a lot of rare, valuable material here. This limited-edition compilation collects many of his recordings (plus fourteen previously unissued selections) ...

Mosaic Select

Label: Mosaic Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: CD1: 1. Mr. Smoothie (A) (6:04); 2. Just Foolin' Around (A) (6:19); 3. Song From The Old Country (A) (8:11); 4. We've Been Here All The Time (A) (9:09); 5. A Time For Sobriety (A) (9:42); 6. The Necessary Blues (or Thank You Very Much, Mr. Monk) (A) (13:33); 7. Sun Watchers (B) (5:43); 8. Serenade To Sariah (B) (7:35); 9. 1529 Gunn Street (For Johnny Holloway) (B) (6:14).
CD2: 1. Warm Up (B) (9:50); 2. Sing Me A Song Everlasting (For EBU and Hamiet Bluiett) (B) (10:30); 3. Another Reason To Celebrate (B) (8:44); 4. Jana's Delight (C) (5:56); 5. Once Upon A Time (C) (5:47); 6. Warriors (C) (6:45); 7. New Beginnings (C) (6:20); 8. At The Caf

Mosaic Select

Label: Mosaic Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: CD1: Without Malice; Ocho Rios (first version); Diddy Wah; Ode To Infinity; The Dance; Satin Lady; Ocho Rios (second version); Monkash; Mahogany. CD2: Illusion; Poinsettia; Fragments; Soul Mate; Illusion (alternate take); Interfusion; Resolution; Chained; MOMA; Nine At The Bottom; Six At The Top; Nine At The Bottom (alternate take). CD3: For Blue People Only; Enamorado; Mother's Tale; Oriba (first version); Oriba (second version); Awake; Now; I; Yomo; Prevue.

Mosaic Select

Label: Scandia
Released: 2005


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