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Art Tatum - More Of The Greatest Piano Of Them All + (2015) {Poll Winners Records PWR 27333 rec 1955}

Art Tatum - More Of The Greatest Piano Of Them All + (2015) {Poll Winners Records PWR 27333 rec 1955}
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© 1955, 2015 Verve / Poll Winners Records | PWR 27333
Jazz / Stride / Piano

The complete original LP More of the Greatest Piano of Them All (Verve MGV-8347), showcasing the brilliant pianist unaccompanied. This album, which includes original liner notes by André Previn, was part of the marathon sessions jazz producer Norman Granz planned for Tatum, who at that time was seriously ill and neglected by record companies due to stylistic changes in the music industry. He would die on November 5, 1956 at the age of 47. As a bonus, we have added the complete album Still More of the Greatest Piano of Them All (Verve MGV-8360), which includes original liner notes by Teddy Wilson, plus one extra track, all recorded during the same sessions.
Art Tatum - The Complete Pablo Solo Masterpieces (1953-56) {7CD Box Set PACD 4404-2 rel 1991}

Art Tatum - The Complete Pablo Solo Masterpieces (1953-56) {7CD Box Set PACD 4404-2 rel 1991}
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© 1953-1956, 1991 Pablo / Fantasy | PACD 4404-2
Jazz / Swing / Stride / Boogie-Woogie / Piano

During four marathon recording sessions in 1953-55, Norman Granz recorded Art Tatum playing 119 standards, enough music for a dozen LPs. The results have been recently reissued separately on eight CDs and on this very full seven-CD box set. Frankly, Tatum did no real advance preparation for this massive project, sticking mosty to concise melodic variations of standards, some of them virtual set pieces formed over the past two decades. Since there are few uptempo performances, the music in this series has a certain sameness after awhile but, heard in small doses, it is quite enjoyable. A special bonus on this box (and not on the individual volumes) are four numbers taken from a 1956 Hollywood Bowl concert.
Art Tatum & Buddy DeFranco - The Art Tatum-Buddy DeFranco Quartet (1956) {2015 Poll Winners 24-bit Remaster}

Art Tatum & Buddy DeFranco - The Art Tatum-Buddy DeFranco Quartet (1956) {2015 Poll Winners 24-bit Remaster}
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© 2015 Verve / Poll Winners Records | PWR 27339
Jazz / Bop / Piano / Clarinet

This release contains the complete original quartet session showcasing the brilliant Art Tatum with clarinet player Buddy DeFranco, plus Red Callender on bass, and Bill Douglass on drums. It was the only collaborative recording date by Tatum and DeFranco. The master takes were originally issued as The Art Tatum-Buddy DeFranco Quartet on Verve MGV-8213. For this edition, it was added all three existing alternate takes, as well as unaccompanied piano versions by Tatum of three of the album's tunes. This music constitutes one of the various pairings of Tatum with other jazz greats produced by Norman Granz in the last years of the pianist's life. Tatum was seriously ill at that time and neglected by record companies due to stylistic changes in the music industry. He would die on November 5, 1956 at the age of 47.
Art Tatum -  1932-1934 & 1949 (1990, 2000) [Classics Records]

Art Tatum - 1932-1934 & 1949 (1990, 2000)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
2CD | Classics Records, Classics 507 & 1104 | ~ 392 or 342 Mb | Scans Included
Jazz / Swing / Boogie-Woogie

Art Tatum was among the most extraordinary of all jazz musicians, a pianist with wondrous technique who could not only play ridiculously rapid lines with both hands (his 1933 solo version of "Tiger Rag" sounds as if there were three pianists jamming together) but was harmonically 30 years ahead of his time; all pianists have to deal to a certain extent with Tatum's innovations in order to be taken seriously…
Art Tatum - 1934-1940 & 1940-1944 [The Chronological Classics 560 & 800]

Art Tatum - 1934-1940 & 1940-1944
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2CD | The Chronological Classics 560 & 800 | ~ 385 or 314 Mb | Scans Included
Bop / Piano Jazz

Art Tatum was among the most extraordinary of all jazz musicians, a pianist with wondrous technique who could not only play ridiculously rapid lines with both hands (his 1933 solo version of "Tiger Rag" sounds as if there were three pianists jamming together) but was harmonically 30 years ahead of his time; all pianists have to deal to a certain extent with Tatum's innovations in order to be taken seriously…
Art Tatum - The Art Tatum Solo Masterpieces Vol. 1 (1953) {2013 Pablo 40th} [OJC Remasters Complete Series] (Item #32)

Art Tatum - The Art Tatum Solo Masterpieces Vol. 1 (1953) {2013 Pablo 40th} [OJC Remasters Complete Series] (Item #32)
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© 2013 Pablo / Concord | 40th Anniversary of Pablo Records | 0888072346208
Jazz / Mainstream Jazz / Piano

Concord Music Group will release five new titles in its Original Jazz Classics Remasters series on September 17, 2013. Enhanced by 24-bit remastering by Joe Tarantino, bonus tracks (some previously unreleased), and new liner notes to provide historical context to the originally released material, the series celebrates the 40th anniversary of Pablo Records, the prolific Beverly Hills-based label that showcased some of the most influential jazz artists and recordings of the 1970s and '80s.

Art Tatum - Portrait (10x CD - 2001) REPOST  

Posted by luckburz at Aug. 14, 2012
Art Tatum - Portrait (10x CD - 2001) REPOST

Art Tatum - Portrait
EAC+LOG+CUE | FLAC: 1,8 GB | MP3 CBR 320: 1,4 GB | Full Artwork | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: Past Perfect # 205460 325 | Country/Year: Germany 2001 | Genre: Jazz

They cover a mass of material from 1932 to 1953, some solo, some combos. Sound quality is decent, given the sources. Nice booklet included, along with full discography, dates, and personnel for each disc (thankfully). It's a chronology of one of the most amazing jazz pianists ever. Fully three of the discs appear to be home recordings of Art playing in lounges in 1953. Probably more Art Tatum than you'll ever want to hear!
Art Tatum - The Chronological Classics: Art Tatum 1944 (1995)

.Art Tatum - The Chronological Classics: Art Tatum 1944 (1995)
EAC Rip | FLAC Tracks + Cue + Log | Scans Included | 173 MB
MP3 CBR @320 kbps (LAME 3.98) | Joint Stereo | 141 MB
Classics Records | Classics 825 | Jazz | RAR 3% Recovery

Here's a superb segment of the Art Tatum story, beginning with ten trio sides featuring guitarist Tiny Grimes and bowing, singing bassist Slam Stewart. Six marvelous selections recorded May 1, 1944, were subsequently issued on the Comet label. Each of these performances appeared on 12" 78-rpm records, allowing for well over four minutes of…
Art Tatum - God Is In The House (1973) [Remastered 1998]

Art Tatum - God Is In The House (1973) [Remastered 1998]
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Genre ~ Boogie-Woogie, Swing, Stride, Piano Jazz | Label ~ High Note Records

This 1998 HighNote CD reissues a long-out-of-print Art Tatum LP that was put out by the defunct Onyx label in 1973. The live performances are from the Jerry Newman collection of acetate discs and are fortunately in better technical quality than most of the music from Newman's archives. The remarkable Art Tatum is heard playing three brief, unaccompanied piano solos in 1940, three other numbers in which he is accompanied by Reuben Harris (beating out some quiet rhythms with whiskbrooms on a suitcase), and four duets with bassist-vocalist Chocolate Williams ~ AllMusic

Art Tatum - Portrait (Boxset) (2001)  

Posted by Save at Oct. 26, 2010
Art Tatum - Portrait (Boxset) (2001)

Art Tatum - Portrait (Boxset) (2001)
EAC Rip | FLAC, (Tracks + CUE), LOG | 10CDs - 1.94 GB | Full Scans | RAR 3% Rec | Hotfile/FileServe/FileSonic
Jazz - Piano | Label: Past Perfect | Catalog Number: 8012591 | Country: Europe | Year: 2002

Arguably the greatest jazz soloist of all time, Art Tatum could play the piano with blinding speed, had technique that amazed classical pianists, and in the 1930s was harmonically three decades ahead of his time. While he considered his main influence to be Fats Waller, Tatum took his music to another planet altogether and was once introduced by Waller who simply said, God is in the house.