Don Cherry Complete Blue Note Recordings

Freddie Redd - The Complete Blue Note Recordings of Freddie Redd (1960-61) [2CD Set] {1989 Mosaic Records MD2-124}

Freddie Redd - The Complete Blue Note Recordings of Freddie Redd (1960-61) [2CD Set] {1989 Mosaic Records MD2-124}
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© 1989 Mosaic Records / Blue Note / EMI Capitol Records | MD2-124
Jazz / Hard Bop / Piano

Features material from The Connection, Shades Of Redd, and an Unissued Session! Available in a box set as either three LPs or two CDs, this limited-edition release has all of the music recorded at pianist Freddie Redd's three Blue Note sessions. In addition to the selections originally included on the LPs Music From the Connection and Shades of Redd, there is a completely unissued date that adds to the fairly slim Freddie Redd discography. Altoist Jackie McLean (who is on all three sets) and tenor saxophonist Tina Brooks (a key soloist on two) co-star with the pianist; trumpeter Benny Bailey is also heard from the later date. The music is comprised mostly of Redd's originals (including seven songs written for the stage play The Connection) and fits into the style of the mainstream hard bop of the day, although with a few personal touches. Straight-ahead fans and Blue Note collectors can consider this set to be essential.
Various Artists - Brownie Speaks: The Complete Blue Note Recordings 3CD (2014)

V.A. - Brownie Speaks: The Complete Blue Note Recordings 3CD
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 213:50 min | 498 MB
Genre: Jazz | Label: Blue Note (Universal)

Documenting when trumpeter Clifford Brown was on the rise, the new collection covers his three 10-inch albums from 1953 - recorded with J.J. Johnson (Jay Jay Johnson with Clifford Brown), Lou Donaldson (New Faces New Sounds) and his own sextet (New Star On The Horizon) - plus legendary live Birdland recordings headlined by Art Blakey, in which Brown is featured along with Donaldson and pianist Horace Silver. While this collection presents the original 10-inch album sequences for the first time since the mid-1950s, the Birdland shows are presented in their original performance sequence for the first time ever.
Art Blakey — The Complete Blue Note Recordings Of Art Blakey's 1960 Jazz Messengers [6CD] (1992) {Mosaic}

Art Blakey — The Complete Blue Note Recordings Of Art Blakey's 1960 Jazz Messengers [6CD] (1992) {Mosaic}
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© 1992 Blue Note / Mosaic | MD6-141
Jazz / Hard Bop / Post Bop

Drummer Art Blakey led many great editions of the Jazz Messengers from the inaugural mid-'50s sessions until his death in the '90s. While arguments rage regarding which was his best, there is no doubt that the 1960-1961 unit figures in the debate. This wonderful six-disc set, notated with care and painstaking detail by Bob Blumenthal, covers studio and live sessions from March 6, 1960, to May 27, 1961, with the same personnel on all but two songs. Producer Michael Cuscuna used only first issue dates, and while he included some alternate takes, he did not litter the discs with second-rate vault material. They smoothly detail the band's evolution, cohesion, and maturation. This set, as with all Mosaic boxes, goes beyond essential. Get it post haste.
Larry Young - The Complete Blue Note Recordings Of Larry Young (1964-69) [6CD BoxSet] {1991 Mosaic Remaster} [repost]

Larry Young - The Complete Blue Note Recordings Of Larry Young (1964-69) [6CD BoxSet] {1991 Mosaic Remaster}
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© 1991 Mosaic Records / Blue Note | MD6-137
Jazz / Soul Jazz / Hard Bop / Hammond B-3

Larry Young, one of the most significant jazz organists to emerge after the rise of Jimmy Smith, is heard on this limited-edition six-CD set at the peak of his creativity. Formerly available as nine LPs, the set includes the original Larry Young albums Into Somethin', Unity, Of Love and Peace, Contrasts, Heaven on Earth, and Mother Ship, while drawing from the compilations 40 Years of Jazz, The History of Blue Note (Dutch), The World of Jazz Organ (Japanese), and The Blue Note 50th Anniversary Collection Volume Two: The Jazz Message, and also including guitarist Grant Green's Talkin' About, Street of Dreams, and I Want to Hold Your Hand.
Herbie Nichols - The Complete Blue Note Recordings (1955-56) [3CD BoxSet] {1997 Blue Note Remaster}

Herbie Nichols - The Complete Blue Note Recordings (1955-56) [3CD BoxSet] {1997 Blue Note Remaster}
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© 1997 Blue Note / Capitol | 59353/4/5
Jazz / Bop / Hard Bop / Piano

A reissue of the 48 Herbie Nichols recordings formerly out on the limited-edition five-LP Mosaic box set, this three-CD package from 1997 has the pianist/composer's greatest work. Nichols was largely neglected during his lifetime; only in the late '90s did the highly original musician start receiving some of the recognition he deserved. Although his originals were often quite orchestral in nature, Nichols only had the opportunity to record in a trio format; the five sessions on this box (30 songs plus 18 alternate takes) feature either Al McKibbon or Teddy Kotick on bass and Art Blakey or Max Roach on drums.
Thelonious Monk - The Complete Blue Note Recordings (1994) {PROPER}

Thelonious Monk - The Complete Blue Note Recordings (1994) {PROPER}
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Genre ~ Bop, Piano Jazz | Label ~ Blue Note Records
Grant Green & Sonny Clark - The Complete Blue Note Recordings (1990)

Grant Green & Sonny Clark - The Complete Blue Note Recordings (1990)
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Genre ~ Hard Bop, Soul Jazz, Jazz-Funk | Label ~ Mosaic Records
George Lewis - The Complete Blue Note Recordings Of George Lewis (1990) [3CD] {Mosaic}

George Lewis - The Complete Blue Note Recordings Of George Lewis (1990) [3CD] {Mosaic}
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© 1990 Mosaic Records | MD3-132
Jazz / Early Jazz / Swing / Clarinet

A centerpiece for the dedicated New Orleans collector, this begins with Lewis' "Climax Rag" session in 1943 and ranges through a variety of studio and concert performances ending 12 years later – definitely some of the clarinetist's best work (1943-1944, 1954-1955).
Albert Ammons & Meade Lux Lewis - The Complete Blue Note Recordings (1983) [2CD] {Mosaic} [Re-up]

Albert Ammons & Meade Lux Lewis - The Complete Blue Note Recordings (1983) [2CD] {Mosaic}
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© 1983 Mosaic Records | MD2-103
Jazz / Boogie-Woogie / Piano Blues

Mosaic"s Complete Blue Note Recordings contains all of the recordings Meade Lux Lewis made for the label between 1939 and 1944, making it the definitive statement on the influential boogie-woogie pianist. This magnificent three-LP box set was issued as part of the first release by the Mosaic label. The out of print collection has all of the music recorded during Blue Note"s first session (nine piano solos by Albert Ammons, eight including a five-part "The Blues" by Meade Lux Lewis, and a pair of Ammons-Lewis duets) plus Lewis" 1935 version of "Honky Tonk Train Blues" and his complete sessions of October 4, 1940, April 9, 1941 (four songs on harpsichord), and August 22, 1944.
Larry Young - The Complete Blue Note Recordings Of Larry Young (1991)

Larry Young - The Complete Blue Note Recordings Of Larry Young (1991)
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Label: Mosaic | Catalog Number: 150611 | Country: US | Year: 1991

Larry Young, one of the most significant jazz organists to emerge after the rise of Jimmy Smith, is heard on this limited-edition six-CD set at the peak of his creativity. Formerly available as nine LPs, the set includes the original Larry Young albums Into Somethin', Unity, Of Love and Peace, Contrasts, Heaven on Earth, and Mother Ship, while drawing from the compilations 40 Years of Jazz, The History of Blue Note (Dutch), The World of Jazz Organ (Japanese), and The Blue Note 50th Anniversary Collection Volume Two: The Jazz Message, and also including guitarist Grant Green's Talkin' About, Street of Dreams, and I Want to Hold Your Hand. Young was still very much under Smith's influence on the first four sessions released as Talkin' About, Into Somethin', Street of Dreams, and I Want to Hold Your Hand (all featuring a trio with Green and drummer Elvin Jones plus guests Sam Rivers or Hank Mobley on tenor and vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson).