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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

PJ-76/PJ-99 MONO & STEREO JACKETS
© James A. Harrod, COPYRIGHT PROTECTED; ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

Dick Bock resurrected the "PJ" prefix for his new Pacific Jazz series in 1960 when a new assemblage of jazz artists joined the label and once more established Pacific Jazz / World Pacific as a leading label on the west coast.

The new PJ series would include selected mono only sessions from the 1950s. This group of releases includes the Jim Hall Trio session that Bock edited and added Larry Bunker on drums. The panels below from the original trio album, PJ-1227, and the fake stereo reissue, PJ-79, reveal the extent of Bock's editing of the original master tape.




ALL FRONT COVER PHOTOS, GRAPHICS,
&
REAR LINER NOTES
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ALL FRONT COVER PHOTOS, GRAPHICS,
&
REAR LINER NOTES
© EMI CAPITOL MUSIC