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  1. Mosaic V (Headbanging Mix) B: Mosaic V (Stage Diving Mix) * Items below may differ depending on the release. Mosaic Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts Refine Search Results. Artist: Title: Label: Cat Num: Barcode: Genre: Country: Seller: Price: to: No Vinyl+CDR.
  2. Aug 08,  · Anthony Braxton Arista albums Mosaic set is a go! Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by 93curr, Apr 13, he has travelled as well. At one time a box was contemplated that would have included live material by the Sextet, but that's not likely to happen. This 8-CD set rescues his entire LP Arista output from forgotten vaults.
  3. May 26,  · My first post to this great site. I'm new to Mosaic (and quite new to Jazz). Mosaic has been a revelation to me on the few I've aquired (Tal Farlow, Dizzy, Gerald Wilson Count Basie Jimmy Smith Art Pepper) Brilliant. I've also been Lucky enough to get Gerry Mulligan Verve and Pacific. All these 2nd hand, mainly from UK (local).
  4. Sextet / Walton Cedar - Art Blakey Legacy music CD album at CD Universe, W/Philip Harper,Billy Higgins, Steve Sturre&Other Blakey Alum, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  5. Sixty years after its founding, this Mosaic vinyl set now comes with all the pieces of the legendary and largely ignored Gerry Mulligan sextet. .. Once again, the label Mosaic presents us one of his wonderfully set up jazz box sets with complete sessions. This time, the Gerry Mulligan Sextet will enjoy this luxurious treatment.
  6. Jazz album: “The Mosaic Sextet” by Michael Jefry Stevens, released in on GM Recordings. Explore the largest collection of jazz recordings @ All About Jazz.
  7. Gerry Mulligan's fourth album to feature his Concert Jazz Band comes from a series of concerts taped in the latter half of The loping blues "Go Home," written by Ben Webster for his record date with Mulligan, is heard in two contrasting performances, both arranged by Bill Holman. The first features Mulligan on both baritone sax and piano, while he omits piano from the second version.
  8. Two albums were released by Emarcy at the time-Presenting the Gerry Mulligan Sextet and Mainstream of Jazz. The public widely ignored these LPs, even if the critics spoke favorably of the results. Typical of Mosaic sets, production qualities are top notch to say the least. All the LPs were flat and free of defects, the vibrant sound being.

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