Dating blue note records

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Wilson's arrangements of Bobby Hutcherson's "Little B's Poem" and Thelonious Monk's "Criss Cross" hold the most intrigue, with the former led by his flute in an off minor treatment that strains the original melody, while the latter is a decent treatment, triggered by staggered phrasings and shifting dynamics, especially from Charlap's angular piano.

Joe Henderson's "Inner Urge," arranged by Payton, deviates from the original, the melody interpreted by bassist Peter Washington, with tinkling bass and piano leading to the unified, horn-driven second chorus.

identified exact release date, titles and numbers of Toshiba EMI's “Blue Note 4000 Series Original Collection 100” Part 3 (Aug.

22 1985), from ads on the Japanese “Record Collectors” magazine (September 1985 issue).

Since 1968, so many Japanese pressings of Blue Note titles had been released in Japan by Toshiba Musical Industries, King Records and Toshiba EMI. S., Japan may have been the luckiest country in the world, for we Japanese could enjoy so many Blue Note albums in Japan's own pressings.

In general, Japanese pressings are sought after for high fidelity pressings - imagine the second-best sound quality (next to U. original pressings) meet super-clean quiet vinyl pressing technology.

And Madison glammed up the ultra head turning look with large hoop earrings and two wrists full of bracelets.

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Mosaic is the perfect title -- jagged edged, asymmetrical pieces laid out in organized form under a bed of black, colors popping out, intriguing, ultimately uneven.The singer's elegant blue and black frock cinched into her waist and was paired off with strappy black heels.She wore her locks down sleek and straight and brushed on smoky eye shadow, blush, and pale pink lipstick.Furthermore, we even could enjoy unreleased materials covered with nice jacket artworks - luckily we Japanese could enjoy and listen to them first among the world in the 1970s and 1980s!Since there are a huge number of collectors / jazz fans worldwide who have special attention to Blue Note albums, Japan pressings have been gradually popular nowadays.

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