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20 ans «in the making» voici les rééditions des 5 albums de ce fantastique ensemble jazz britannique. Ian Carr formera le fameux groupe de jazz-rock Nucleus par la suite. On parle ici de post bop super sophistiqué et hautement mélodique à la fois joué par des musiciens au sommet de leur art. ?? la hauteur de tous les grands jazzmen américains très connus. Extrêmement attendu par les mélomanes à travers la planète depuis plus de 50 ans la réédition de ce matériel est une formidable occasion de ce familiariser avec la superbe et méconnue scène jazz britannique! Comme à l'habitude avec l'étiquette de disque Jazzman ce sera des rééditions vinyles de très grande qualité faites par des passionnés. ?? ne pas manquer!
After an epic licensing odyssey that's taken Jazzman almost 20 years, the label is finally able to announce the first ever official re-issue of all five of the iconic Lansdowne recording sessions by legendary UK jazz combo, the Don Rendell/Ian Carr Quintet. The five albums (Shades Of Blues (1965), Dusk Fire (1966), Phase III (1968), Change Is (1969), and Live (1969)) have reached almost mythical status in the collector's world. Regarded as holy grail artifacts for even the seasoned aficionado, the collective second hand market value comes to an astonishing £6000. Many have tried -- and failed -- to reissue these albums by legitimate means, the main problem being that Universal Music, the largest record company in the world, didn't know the whereabouts of the original documentation in amongst the tens of thousands of other files in their archives. Understandably, locating the necessary paperwork pertaining to some obscure jazz albums from the 1960s wasn't and never will be top priority for such an organization. However, two decades since our initial approach, we have managed to succeed. The complete Don Rendell & Ian Carr Lansdowne recording sessions have now undergone a full and unprecedented box set reissue. We located and acquired the original analog master tapes from the Universal vaults and created masters at Abbey Road Studios to produce audiophile quality 180 gram pressings replete with replica artwork: shape, design, and even paper stock. No stone has been left unturned to deliver this absolute labor of love to the highest possible standard! The enclosed booklet contains never-before-seen photographs, interviews with the remaining living band members and liner notes from BBC Radio 3 presenter and award-winning jazz writer Alyn Shipton. The band played together for seven years and during this fruitful time they made a plethora of deeply melodic, post-bop British jazz compositions that later on took influences from Indo and more spiritually guided jazz. Produced by the influential Denis Preston and recorded at his Lansdowne Studios in London, the band was primarily made up of saxophonist Rendell, trumpeter/composer Carr, and pianist/composer Michael Garrick. This is UK jazz at its absolute finest, and the quality of our box set pays testament to that.
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