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August 31, 2009

 

Impulse

Impulse: The Vocal Sides

Impulse Records gained renown in the 1960s for its progressive-vanguard releases, but it also released some jazz-vocal LPs by singers such as Johnny Hartman.

June 18, 2008

 

Mosaic New-Release Info Now Up for Dave Liebman, Helen Merrill, More

Dave Liebman MosaicMosaic Records has posted information, including discographies, about new sets featuring Dave Liebman’s Pendelum group and some Helen Merrill jazz-vocal sides on their upcoming releases page, along with more details about the forthcoming early-1950s Oscar Peterson collection.

December 27, 2007

 

Oscar Peterson: More Remembrances and Reactions, Plus More News From Mosaic

Oscar PetersonAs expected, many more Oscar Peterson articles and tributes have appeared in the past two days. Here are a few of them:Lots of love and spirited dissension in this Organissimo discussion

July 10, 2004

 

Charlie Parker’s Favorite Singer: Jackie Paris

Jackie Paris and Charlie ParkerJackie Paris, who died last month at the age of 79, was a favorite of Charles Mingus, Charlie Parker, and Lenny Bruce, but he remained in semi-obscurity for most of his career. He recorded the first-ever vocal version of Thelonious Monk’s “Round Midnight” in 1949, collaborated several times with Mingus, and made LPs for Brunswick (Skylark) and Impulse (The Song Is Paris) that became…

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