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Wednesday, February 20, 2013


PACIFIC JAZZ 12” LP – NEW PJ SERIES

PART EIGHT - ST-20141 / ST-20160


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Monaural releases in the new PJ series ceased with PJ-10132 as noted in Part Seven of this release series.  All releases after that number were in stereo (or mono recordings reprocessed to simulate stereo) and carried the ST prefix.  Several numbers were not assigned within this group of release - ST-20141, ST-20148 and ST-20151.

Artists represented in this group of releases include: The Gerry Mulligan Quartet with Lee Konitz, The Chico Hamilton Quintet, John Lewis and Bill Perkins, The Gerry Mulligan Sextet, The Gerry Mulligan Quartet, The Chet Baker Quartet, Richard “Groove” Holmes, The Gerald Wilson Orchestra, The Jazz Crusaders, Les McCann, Sonny Stitt, Richard “Groove” Holmes and Gene Ammons, Johnny Lytle, Billy Larkin & The Delegates, Clifford Scott, Long Gone Miles, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Brownie McGhee & Sonny Terry, Bumble Bee Slim, Big Joe Williams, Barbara Dane, Wilton Felder, Bobby Bryant, Ernie Watts, Jean-Luc Ponty, Bud Shank and The Buddy Rich Big Band.

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Monday, February 4, 2013


WORLD PACIFIC 45 RPM 77800 SERIES
PART TWO – 77821 / 77840

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The 77800 45 single series began when the release designation for the 400 45 single series was reassigned to a matrix series with the release of 77800 that carried matrix numbers WP-429-B and WP-430. The second release in the 77800 series, 77801, had matrix numbers WP-432 and WP-433.  The 77800 series would be the final 45 RPM single series for the World Pacific/Pacific Jazz/Aura line and would be a mixed bag of musical genres, drawing from the new Pacific Jazz PJ series, the World Pacific 1400 and 1800 LP series, the Aura LP series and random single releases not drawn from an LP release.

The artists represented in this second group of releases include: Bob Lind, Chet Baker and The Mariachi Brass (Dennis Budimir, Al Casey, Don Peake, Bud Coleman, Jules Vogel, Lyle Ritz, Frank Capp, Julius Wechter, Gene Estes, Ollie Mitchell, Roy Caton, Virgil Evans, Lou Blackburn, Lew McCreary, George Tipton), Bud Shank and the Bob Florence Orchestra, Sunday Servants, John Cole, Snuff Garrett, The Hard Times, Jim Dixon, Joe Pass with Bob Florence Orchestra, Tony Scotti, Ernie Freeman, Joe Saraceno, The B M O C, Ed Lojeski, George Tipton, Bob Lind, Jack Nietzche, The Folkswingers, Harihar Rao, Sonny Knight, Gil & Johnny (Gil Garfield, Johnny Cole), The Brimstones,  John Rosasco, Buck Herring, The Gosdin Brothers (Vern and Rex Gosdin), Jim Dickson, Jon Jon Lewis, Dallas Smith, Eddie Karam, Ken & Beverly (Ken Jensen, Beverly Ryman), Vince Donofrio, Bob Lind and The Sandals.

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