In the meantime, here’s some more details about the show:
To describe the catalogue of Warner Jazz as immense is understating their repertoire: Miles Davis, Freddie Hubbard, Billy Cobham, Duke Ellington… The list is so wonderfully enticing. Allow us to share with you some special moments.
In 2012 Japan launched their 1,000 Yen Jazz re-issues series. This collectable range now spans over 300 classic & rare jazz albums, with sales of over 600,000 units to date. The first 100 releases, by artists such as Charles Mingus and The Modern Jazz Quartet are now available in their original Japanese packaging. Allow Mike Chadwick to introduce you to the emerging nature of the label as it developed its' sound moving from the 50s into the 60s.
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Warner Jazz Showcase
1,000 Yen Jazz Re-issues (Volume 2)
Artist - Track - Album - Year
Junior Mance That Mellow Feeling Harlem Lullaby 1967
The Red Mitchell-Harold Land Quintet Somara Hear Ye!!!! Hear Ye!!!! Hear Ye!!!! Hear Ye 1962
Charles Mingus Jazz Workshop Reincarnation Of A Lovebird The Clown 1957
John Coltrane & Don Cherry Cherryco The Avant-Garde 1966
Ornette Coleman Moon Inhabitants The Art Of The Improvisers 1970
Jimmy Giuffre The Four Brothers Sound The Four Brothers Sound 1958
Tony Fruscella I'll Be Seeing You Tony Fruscella 1955
The Eddie Higgins Trio Mr. Evans Soulero 1965
The Charles Lloyd Quartet Dream Weaver Dream Weaver 1966