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Alice Coltrane: Eternity – Speakers Corner 180g Vinyl

£34.99
This Speakers Corner LP was remastered using pure analogue components only, from the master tapes through to the cutting head.
When the brilliant saxophonist John Coltrane died in 1967, the core values of jazz music had long drawn him into the spiritual world (“A Love Supreme”, “Ascension”, “Meditations” etc.). His widow and final pianist followed in his footsteps. Alice Coltrane (1937–2007) sought after »cosmic sounds, higher dimensions, astral levels« – she had an important influence on the spiritualised, esoteric music scene of the 1970s.
 

Alice Cooper – Welcome To My Nightmare – Analogue Productions Atlantic 75 Series Hybrid Stereo SACD

£45.00
Available to Pre-Order
1975 was a banner year for superstar Alice Cooper with the release of the groundbreaking concept album Welcome To My Nightmare. This album showcases Cooper’s theatricality, storytelling prowess, and ability to create an immersive world of horror and fantasy.

Allen Toussaint Life, Love And Faith – Speakers Corner 180g Vinyl

£29.95
This Speakers Corner LP was remastered using pure analogue components only, from the master tapes through to the cutting head.
Allen Toussaint had it all around him – the voices and spirits of black music, rhythm ’n’ blues, funk and soul. He was born in New Orleans and grew up there, the birthplace of jazz. As from 1960, he worked as a record producer and an A&R man at Minit Records, an independent label, which was closely associated with the transformation of the New Orleans Sound. His compositions for fellow musicians landed them in the charts, he frequently participated by performing with them on the piano, and so became a connoisseur and master of all possible sounds.
 

Amanda McBroom Midnight Matinee XRCD24

£35.20
Available for the first time on XRCD24 - this release was produced by Peter Bunetta and Rick Chudacoff for Ripe Productions, also the producers for Dreaming. (To their credits they have also produced Michael Bolton's Soul Survivor, Smokey Robinson's One Heartbeat and Patti LaBelle's New Attitude.) Guests on the project include Bob James, who plays keyboards on two tracks, guitarist Robben Ford and keyboardist Brad Cole, who plays with the Phil Collins Band. Audiophiles who've enjoyed Amanda's work for years will certainly want to finally include this XRCD24.

Anne Bisson – Keys To My Heart 180g 45RPM One Step Vinyl

£150.00
Canadian jazz singer & pianist releases her sixth opus! Mastering by Bernie Grundman One-step plating, 180-gram 45 RPM numbered double LP!
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Anne Bisson Trio – Four Seasons In Jazz Live At Bernie’s – Direct to Disc Vinyl

£89.95
Hand-Numbered Limited Edition D2D 180g LP (Opaque Pink Vinyl)
2017 Rocky Mountain Audio Fest (RMAF) Award Winner for Best Audiophile Analogue Recording!
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Anthony Wilson – Hackensack West 180g 33RPM Cohearent Records Vinyl

£55.00
Recorded by award-winning mastering engineer Kevin Gray’s record label.
Anthony Wilson’s Hackensack West is Cohearent Records’ follow-up to Kirsten Edkins’ Shapes & Sound album.
Produced by Joe Harley and recorded all-analogue/all-tube at Gray’s studio, Cohearent Recording, the AAA vinyl release is pressed on 180-gram vinyl at RTI and housed in a deluxe tip-on gatefold jacket.

Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers – First Flight To Tokyo: The Lost 1961 Recordings – Analogue Productions 180g Vinyl

£49.95
A previously unreleased live recording of drum legend Art Blakey with a classic line-up of the Jazz Messengers, featuring trumpeter Lee Morgan, tenor saxophonist Wayne Shorter, pianist Bobby Timmons, and bassist Jymie Merritt. It was captured on January 14, 1961, at Hibiya Public Hall in Tokyo during the band’s first-ever tour of Japan. Co-produced by Zev Feldman and David Weiss, the audio was newly transferred from the original 1/4″ tape reels.

Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers – Drum Suite – Impex Records 180g Vinyl

£49.95
180-gram vinyl reissue
Numbered, limited to 2,500 copies worldwide
Impex Records presents the all-analog, 180-gram LP: Art Blakey's seminal (and highly influential) Drum Suite.

ART PEPPER + Eleven 180g Audiophile Vinyl

£48.00
Throughout the 1950s, '60s and '70s, Lester Koenig's artist-friendly Los Angeles-based audiophile jazz label documented career-defining performances by some of modern jazz's most influential and accomplished improvisers, including Ornette Coleman, Sonny Rollins, Harold Land and Benny Golson. No musician is more closely identified with Contemporary than Pepper, whose cool tone and simmering lyricism made him one of the very few mid-century alto saxophonists to forge a path independent of bebop patriarch Charlie Parker's pervasive influence. Produced by Koenig and recorded in 1959, Art Pepper +Eleven: Modern Jazz Classics is one of the saxophonist's masterpieces. Featuring brilliant arrangements by Marty Paich, the album elaborates on the lush but lithe sound introduced by the epochal Birth of the Cool sessions, which Miles Davis started to record almost exactly a decade earlier (like Birth, +Eleven kick offs with Denzil Best's "Move"). Surrounded by the cream of the LA scene, including fellow saxophone masters Herb Geller, Bill Perkins and Med Flory, Pepper brings all his scorching lyricism to a program of modern jazz standards by Horace Silver, Thelonious Monk, Gerry Mulligan and Sonny Rollins.

Arthur Fiedler / Boston Pops Orchestra – Chopin: Les Sylphides / Prokofieff: Love For Three Oranges – Analogue Productions 200g Vinyl

£49.96
Easily the most popular conductor of his era, Arthur Fiedler was classical music’s greatest ambassador since Mozart, and also one of those rare conductors whose records were not only successful, but serious profit centers, both for his orchestra and his record labels.

Bach Cello Suites – PS Audio Gold SACD

£89.95
""Stunning!" The six unaccompanied cello suites are a cornerstone of the classical cello repertoire.”