Freddie Hubbard – A Soul Experiment

“Clap Your Hands” (Don Pickett) – 3:26
“Wichita Lineman” (Jimmy Webb) – 3:17
“South Street Stroll” (Barron) – 4:28
“Lonely Soul” – 3:03
“No Time to Lose” (Garnett) – 4:32
“Hang ‘Em Up” (Garnett) – 3:08
“Good Humor Man” (Pickett) – 3:43
“Midnite Soul” – 5:19
“Soul Turn Around” (Walter Bishop, Jr.) – 4:01
“A Soul Experiment” – 3:55

Personnel:
Freddie Hubbard – trumpet
Carlos Garnett – tenor saxophone (#3-9)
Kenny Barron – piano
Gary Illingworth – organ
Billy Butler – guitar (#3, 7, 9)
Eric Gale – guitar (# 1-2, 4-6, 8, 10)
Jerry Jemmott – bass
Grady Tate – drums (#3, 7, 9)
Bernard Purdie – drums (#1, 2, 5)

George Benson – It’s Uptown

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Clockwise – 4:25
Summertime (DuBose Heyward, George Gershwin) – 2:22
Ain’t That Peculiar – 2:54
Jaguar – 2:44
Willow Weep for Me – 7:37
A Foggy Day – 2:31
Hello Birdie – 3:58
Bullfight – 3:46
Stormy Weather – 2:55
Eternally – 4:02
Myna Bird Blues – 4:35

Personnel:
George Benson – guitar, vocals

The George Benson Quartet:
Ronnie Cuber – baritone saxophone
Bennie Green – trombone
Lonnie Smith – organ
Jimmy Lovelace – drums

Freddie Hubbard – The Black Angel

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“Spacetrack” – 16:58
“Eclipse” – 8:19
“The Black Angel” (Barron) – 8:19
“Gittin’ Down” – 6:40
“Coral Keys” (Bishop) – 5:20

Personnel:
Freddie Hubbard – trumpet
James Spaulding – alto saxophone, flute
Kenny Barron – piano, electric piano
Reggie Workman – bass
Louis Hayes – drums
Carlos “Patato” Valdes – conga, maracas

Thelonius Monk – Monk’s Dream

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Side one
Monk’s Dream – 6:26
Body and Soul (Edward Heyman, Robert Sour, Frank Eyton and Johnny Green) – 4:29
Bright Mississippi – 8:34
Five Spot Blues – 3:15

Side two
Bolivar Blues – 6:25
Just a Gigolo (Julius Brammer, Irving Caesar, Leonello Casucci) – 2:29
Bye-Ya – 6:01
Sweet and Lovely (Gus Arnheim, Harry Tobias, Jules LeMare) – 7:48

Personnel:
Thelonious Monk – piano
Charlie Rouse – tenor sax
John Ore – bass
Frankie Dunlop – drums

Thelonius Monk – Criss-Cross

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Hackensack – 4:12
Tea for Two (Vincent Youmans, Irving Caesar) – 3:46
Criss Cross – 4:52
Eronel (Monk, Idrees Sulieman, Sadik Hakim) – 4:29
Rhythm-A-Ning – 3:53
Don’t Blame Me (Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields) – 7:04
Think of One – 5:17
Crepuscule with Nellie – 2:45

Personnel:
Thelonious Monk — piano
Charlie Rouse — tenor saxophone
John Ore — bass
Frankie Dunlop — drums

Miles Davis – Seven Steps to Heaven

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Side one
Basin Street Blues – Spencer Williams – 10:29
Seven Steps to Heaven – Victor Feldman, Miles Davis – 6:26
I Fall in Love Too Easily – Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne – 6:46

Side two
So Near, So Far – Tony Crombie, Benny Green – 6:59
Baby Won’t You Please Come Home – Clarence Williams, Charles Warfield – 8:28
Joshua – Feldman – 7:00

Personnel:
Miles Davis – trumpet
George Coleman – tenor saxophone (track 7 only)
Victor Feldman – piano
Ron Carter – bass
Frank Butler – drums

Tracks 2, 4 & 6 – recorded in New York on May 14, 1963
Miles Davis – trumpet
George Coleman – tenor saxophone
Herbie Hancock – piano
Ron Carter – bass
Tony Williams – drums

Miles Davis – Tutu

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Tutu – 5:15
Tomaas – 5:38 (Davis, Marcus Miller)
Portia – 6:18
Splatch – 4:46
Backyard Ritual – 4:49 (George Duke)
Perfect Way – 4:35 (David Gamson, Green Gartside)
Don’t Lose Your Mind – 5:49
Full Nelson – 5:06

Personnel:
Miles Davis – trumpet
Marcus Miller – bass guitars, guitar, synthesizers, drum machine programming, bass clarinet, soprano sax, other instruments
Jason Miles – synthesizer programming
Paulinho da Costa – percussion on “Tutu”, “Portia”, “Splatch”, Backyard Ritual”
Adam Holzman – synthesizer solo on “Splatch”
Steve Reid – additional percussion on “Splatch”
George Duke – all except percussion, bass guitar, and trumpet on “Backyard Ritual”
Omar Hakim – drums and percussion on “Tomaas”
Bernard Wright – additional synthesizers on “Tomaas” and “Don’t Lose Your Mind”
Michał Urbaniak – electric violin on “Don’t Lose Your Mind”
Jabali Billy Hart – drums, bongos

Production personnel:
Producers – Tommy LiPuma and Marcus Miller
Musical arrangements – Marcus Miller
Producers (5) – Tommy LiPuma and George Duke
Musical arrangement (5) – George Duke
Executive producer – Tommy LiPuma
Engineers – Peter Doell and Eric Calvi
Assistant engineer – Maureen Thompson
Engineer (5) – Erik Zobler
Assistant engineer (5) – Mitch Gibson
Photographer – Irving Penn
Art director – Eiko Ishioka
Designer – Susan Welt

Eddie Gale – Ghetto Music (Reissue)

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The Rain – 6:30
Fulton Street – 6:51
A Understanding – 7:41
A Walk With Thee – 6:09
The Coming of Gwilu – 13:37

Personnel:
Eddie Gale – trumpet, thumb piano, steel drum, bird whistle
Russell Lyle – tenor saxophone, flute
Jo Ann Gale Stevens – guitar, vocals
James “Tokio” Reid, Judah Samuel – bass
Richard Hackett, Thomas Holman – drums
Elaine Beener – lead vocals
Sylvia Bibbs, Barbara Dove, Evelyn Goodwin, Art Jenkins, Fulumi Prince, Edward Walrond, Sondra Walston, Mildred Weston, Norman Wright – vocals

Clifford Brown/Max Roach ‎– The Clifford Brown/Max Roach Emarcy Albums

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Record One
Side A
1. Sweet Clifford (B) 6:34
(Clifford Brown)
2. (I Don’t Stand A) Ghost Of A Chance With You (B) 7:14\
(Crosby-Washington-Young)
3. Stompin’ At The Savoy (C) 6:18
(Sampson-Razaf-Goodman-Webb)

Side B:
1. I’ll String Along With You (C) 4:55
(H. Warren-A. Dubin)
2. Mildama (D) 4:27
(Max Roach)
3. Darn That Dream (A) 4:00
(E. DeLange-J. Van Heusen)
4. I Get A Kick Out Of You (C) 7:30
(Cole Porter)

Record Two
Side A:
1. Delilah (A) 8:05
(Victor Young)
2. Parisian Thoroughfare (A) 7:16
(Bud Powell)
3. The Blues Walk (F) 6:44
(Clifford Brown)

Side B:
1. Daahoud (D) 4:04
(Clifford Brown)
2. Joy Spring (D) 6:50
(Clifford Brown)
3. Jordu (B) 7:43
(Duke Jordan)
4. What Am I Here For? (G) 3:08
(Duke Ellington)

Record Three
Side A:
1. Cherokee (G) 5:40
(Ray Noble)
2. Jacqui (G) 5:04
(Richie Powell)
3. Swingin’ (E) 2:47
(Clifford Brown)
4. Land’s End (E) 4:47
(Harold Land)

Side B:
1. George’s Dilemma (F) 5:29
(Clifford Brown)
2. Sandu (G) 4:48
(Clifford Brown)
3. Gerkin For Perkin (E) 2:51
(Clifford Brown)
4. If I Love Again (F) 3:17
(J. Murray-B. Oakland)
5. Take The A Train (E) 4:11
(Billy Strayhorn)

Record Four
Side A:
1. What Is This Thing Called Love? (I) 7:28
(Cole Porter)
2. Love Is A Many Splendored Thing (I) 4:09
(P.F. Webster-S. Fain)
3. I’ll Remember April 9:01
(Raye-DePaul-Johnston)

Side B:
1. Powell’s Prances (H) 3:25
(Richie Powell)
2. Time 5:58
(Richie Powell)
3. The Scene Is Clean 6:12
(Tadd Dameron)
4. Gertrude’s Bounce (H) 4:42
(Richie Powell)

Personnel:
Clifford Brown – trumpet
Harold Land – tenor sax
Richie Powell – piano
George Morrow – bass
Max Roach – drums
Record 4: Sonny Rollins replaces Harold Land on tenor sax

Clifford Brown & Max Roach – Pure Genius (Volume One)

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I’ll Remember April – 3:54
What’s New – 19:14
Daahoud – 10:23
Lover Man (Oh Where Can You Be) – 6:32
52nd Street Theme – 6:09

Trumpet – Clifford Brown
Percussion – Max Roach
Producer – Max Roach
Bass – George Morrow
Piano – Richard Powell
Tenor Saxophone – Sonny Rollins
Engineer – Art Shifrin

Previously unreleased performances from the private collection of Mrs. Clifford Brown.
Recorded live 1956.

Max Roach ‎– Freedom Now Suite – Reissue

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Driva’ Man – 5:10
Freedom Day – 6:02
Triptych: Prayer, Protest, Peace – 7:58
All Africa – 7:57
Tears For Johannesburg – 9:36

Personnel:
Max Roach – drums
Abbey Lincoln – vocals
Booker Little – trumpet on “Driva Man”, “Freedom Day”, “All Africa”, and “Tears for Johannesburg”
Julian Priester – trombone on “Driva Man”, “Freedom Day”, and “Tears for Johannesburg”
Walter Benton – tenor saxophone on “Driva Man”, “Freedom Day”, and “Tears for Johannesburg”
Coleman Hawkins – tenor saxophone on “Driva Man”
James Schenk – bass on “Driva Man”, “Freedom Day”, and “Tears for Johannesburg”
Michael Olatunji – congas, vocals on side two
Raymond Mantilla – percussion on side two
Tomas du Vall – percussion on side two

Woody Shaw – Rosewood

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“Rosewood” – 7:11
“Everytime I See You” (Onaje Allan Gumbs) – 7:14
“The Legend of the Cheops” (Victor Lewis) – 6:03

“Rahsaan’s Run” – 5:10
“Sunshowers” (Clint Houston) – 7:48
“Theme for Maxine” – 7:15

Woody Shaw – trumpet (track 1-5) Flugelhorn (track 6)
Carter Jefferson – tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone (tracks 1-5)
Joe Henderson – tenor saxophone (tracks 1-3 & 5-6)
Frank Wess – flute, piccolo flute (tracks 1-3 & 5)
Art Webb – flute (tracks 1-3 & 5)
James Vass – soprano saxophone, alto saxophone (tracks 1-3 & 5)
Steve Turre – trombone, bass trombone (tracks 1-3 & 5)
Janice Robinson – trombone (tracks 1-3 & 5)
Onaje Allan Gumbs – piano, electric piano
Clint Houston – bass
Victor Lewis – drums
Sammy Figueroa – congas (tracks 1 & 3)
Armen Halburian – percussion (tracks 1-3 & 5)
Lois Colin – harp (track 1 & 3)

Lee Morgan – Caramba!

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“Caramba” – 12:24
“Suicide City” – 7:32
“Cunning Lee” – 6:13
“Soulita” – 6:03
“Helen’s Ritual” – 6:29

Lee Morgan – trumpet
Bennie Maupin – tenor saxophone
Cedar Walton – piano
Reggie Workman – bass
Billy Higgins – drums
Cal Massey – arranger

Quincy Jones – Smackwater Jack

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“Smackwater Jack” (Gerry Goffin, Carole King) – 3:31
“Cast Your Fate to the Wind” (Vince Guaraldi, Carel Werber) – 4:26
“Ironside” (Quincy Jones) – 3:53
“What’s Going On” (Renaldo “Obie” Benson, Al Cleveland, Marvin Gaye) – 9:51
“Theme from “The Anderson Tapes” (from the The Anderson Tapes)” (Jones) – 5:16
“Brown Ballad” (Ray Brown) – 4:20
“Hikky-Burr” (Bill Cosby, Jones) – 4:02
“Guitar Blues Odyssey: From Roots to Fruits” (Jones) – 6:35

Quincy Jones: arranger, conductor, Vocalist
Valerie Simpson: Vocalist
Bill Cosby: Vocalist
Marilyn Jackson: Vocalist
Freddie Hubbard: Flugelhorn
Marvin Stamm: Flugelhorn
Buddy Childers: Trumpet
Snooky Young: Trumpet
Joe Newman: Trumpet
Ernie Royal: Trumpet
Wayne Andre: Trombone
Garnett Brown: Trombone
Eric Gale: Guitar
Toots Thielemans: Guitar, Harmonica
Arthur Adams: Guitar
Freddie Robinson: Guitar
Jim Hall: Guitar
Joe Beck: Guitar
Grady Tate: Drums, Percussion
Paul Humphries: Drums
Bob James: Keyboards
Jaki Byard: Piano
Monty Alexander: Piano
Joe Sample: Keyboards
Jimmy Smith: Organ
Dick Hyman: Piano, Electric Harpsichord
Chuck Rainey: Bass
Bob Cranshaw: Bass
Ray Brown: Double Bass
Hubert Laws: Flute, Saxophone
Milt Jackson: Vibes
Carol Kaye: Bass
Pete Christlieb: Tenor Saxophone
Jerome Richardson: Tenor Saxophone
Edd Kalehoff: Moog Synthesizer
Paul Beaver: Moog Synthesizer
Bobby Scott: Piano

Bing Crosby & Rosemary Clooney – Fancy Meeting You Here

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“Fancy Meeting You Here” (Sammy Cahn, Jimmy Van Heusen) – 2:31
“(I’d Like to Get You on a) Slow Boat to China” (Frank Loesser) – 2:40
“I Can’t Get Started” (Vernon Duke, Ira Gershwin) – 3:50
“Hindustan” (Oliver Wallace, Harold Weeks) – 2:53
“It Happened In Monterey” (Billy Rose, Mabel Wayne) – 2:44
“You Came a Long Way From St. Louis” (John Benson Brooks, Bob Russell) – 3:07
“Love Won’t Let You Get Away” (Cahn, Van Heusen) – 2:03
“How About You?” (Burton Lane, Arthur Freed) – 3:14
“Brazil” (Ary Barroso, Bob Russell) – 3:31
“Isle of Capri” (Will Grosz, Jimmy Kennedy) – 2:40
“Say “Si Si”” (“Para Vigo Me Voy”) (Ernesto Lecuona, Francia Luban, Al Stillman) – 2:22
“Calcutta” (Ray Evans, Jay Livingston) – 2:55
“Love Won’t Let You Get Away” – 3:41

Bing Crosby – vocal
Rosemary Clooney
Billy May – arranger, conductor