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Miles Davis Someday My Prince Will Come =MONO HQ japan issue =Jazz Analog Legendary Collection=

MILES DAVIS - Someday My Prince Will Come =MONO HQ japan issue =Jazz Analog Legendary Collection=

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1961 -2020 Jazz Analog Legendary Collection =japan issue on 180g HQ vinyl LP MONO= A beautiful addition to the Davis canon. Recorded over the course of three days in April 1961, Someday My Prince Will Come showcases Miles second great rhythm section here

Miles Davis Round About Midnight =HQ 180g vinyl  japan issue =Jazz Analog Legendary Collection=

MILES DAVIS - Round About Midnight =HQ 180g vinyl japan issue =Jazz Analog Legendary Collection=

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1957-2021 Jazz Analog Legendary Collection =japan issue on 180g HQ vinyl LP=Miles Davis first album for Columbia Records in 1957 takes its name from the famous Thelonious Monk composition and is considered one of the great Jazz albums of all time, represe

Phil Woods Quartet Warm Woods = Mono HQ 180g vinyl japan issue =Jazz Analog Legendary Collection=

PHIL WOODS QUARTET - Warm Woods = Mono HQ 180g vinyl japan issue =Jazz Analog Legendary Collection=

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1958 -2021Jazz Analog Legendary Collection =japan issue on 180g HQ vinyl LP MONO= Jazz musician Phil Woods' musical education includes studying with Harvey LaRose in Springfield, Massachusetts, with Lennie Tristano in New York City, one semester at Manha

Ann Burton Blue Burton (with the Louis Van Dyke Trio )= Japan issue HQ 180g vinyl =

ANN BURTON - Blue Burton (with the Louis Van Dyke Trio )= Japan issue HQ 180g vinyl =

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( 1967 ) 2021 SONY reissue Japan issue edition 180g HQ vinyl LP= Jazz Analog Legendary Collection=Ann Burton, born as Johanna Rafalowicz, was a Dutch jazz singer. She was beside Rita Reys and Greetje Kauffeld one of the three most important post war jazz