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IAJRC 2016 Members CD Sale

(Only IAJRC Members can purchase CDs at these prices)

» Get 10 different IAJRC CDs for $25 (including shipping in the US)

IAJRC 2016 CD Sale

(Available to Members and Non-members)

We are selling off our entire inventory of IAJRC CDs at the following low, low prices (while stocks last)

  • One CD for $6
  • 5 CDs for $24 ($4.80 per CD)
  • 10 CDs for $39 ($3.90 per CD)
  • 10+ CDs @ $3.80 per CD
  • Prices include shipping within continental USA - for Alaska, Hawaii and other countries, please email Chuck Waters for a shipping quote
  • Online orders via PayPal link to www.paypal.com using the email sales@iajrc.org
  • Mail orders (US checks only - made payable to IAJRC) to:

Charles H. Waters, Jr.
8809 Echo Valley
Houston TX 77055

Available CDs (click on CD Title for more details)

  • CD1001 - Tenor Sax of Lucky Thompson: The Beginning Years
    • Collection of 23 rare west coast tracks with Bob Mosley All Stars, Lucky Thompson All Stars, Estelle Edson & Oscar Peterson All Stars, George's Dukes & Dutchess, David Allyn, Lyle Griffin Orchestra, Basin Street Boys, Ike Carpenter, Ernie Andrews, and Mills Blue Rhythm Band. Also available on cassette. Not available on LP.
  • CD1002 - Tar Heel Jazz
    • Rare territory bands recorded in Charlotte, North Carolina in 1936-37. Seven selections by the Hod Williams Orchestra; six by Jimmie Gunn and his Orchestra; seven by the Frankie and Johnnie Orchestra; and three by the Frankie Reynolds Orchestra. Superb soloists and swing arrangements. Notes by Geoffrey Wheeler and Richard Raichelson.
  • CD1003 - Joe Venuti and his Orchestra
    • Rare 1934 transcriptions featuring Red Norvo, Louis Prima and duets with Frank Victor. More than 70 minutes playing time, 29 selections.
  • CD1004 - Bobby Hackett, Ed Hall, Vic Dickenson: Milton Jazz Concert, 1963
    • A live Massachusetts concert with the legendary front line in an unusually aggressive mood, ably abetted by Evans Schwarz, piano; Champ Jones, bass; and Mickey Sheen, drums, in 73 minutes of never before released performances. Notes by Jim Weaver. Available in CD only.
      CD1006 - Herman Chittison: P.S. With Love
    • Previously unissued solos by this piano great. Specially-priced combination offer with IAJRC Monograph No. 2, Herman Chittison: A Bio-Discography.
    • 23 Never-Reissued Recordings (Does NOT duplicate any tracks from IAJRC LP 46).
  • CD1009 - Milton Jazz Concert 1964
    • Features Yank Lawson, Buck Clayton, Edmond Hall, and Vic Dickenson. 73+ minutes of great live music recorded in Milton, Mass.-a companion volume to CD1004.
  • CD1011 - Radio Transcriptions: Red Nichols and his Five Pennies, 1929-1930
    • Brunswick Brevities and The Heat series. 36 cuts of the rarest Red Nichols. Collective personnel includes: Nichols, Glenn Miller, Jack Teagarden, Jimmy Dorsey, Charlie Teagarden, Manny Klein, Benny Goodman, Babe Russin, Adrian Rollini, Joe Sullivan, Gene Krupa, Bud Freeman, many others. Notes by Steve and Stan Hester. Remastering by Jack Towers.
  • CD1012 - James Reese Europe and the Hell Fighters Band Feature Noble Sissle
    • Complete Pathe recordings of this military band from 1919. 24 cuts. Musicians include: Russell Smith, Pops Foster, Jake Porter, Herb Flemming. Notes by Mark Berresford. Remastered by John R. T. Davies.
  • CD1013 - Bunny Berigan, ARC Sideman, 1931-1936
    • This CD brings attention to a neglected period of BB's career. ALthough BB's recordings as a leader are better known, many afficianados prefer his work as a sideman. His most elusive work comes from the records he made between 1931 and 1936 as a ubiquitous studio musician with the American Record Co. (ARC), Melotone, Banner, Romeo, Perfect and also on Columbia and their dimestore labels. Berigan specialist Bozy While has selected 24 ARC Studio band hot dance tracks with the best of Bunny's solos.
  • CD1014 - Herbie Fields: Live At The Flame Club St. Paul, 1949
    • Indiana, Zing went the strings of my heart, Tiny's blues, The way you look tonight, For Betty's sake, Lover, Lemon Drop, Unknown title. Also includes cuts from the two very rare Parrot 78s: Harlem Nocturne, Things ain't what they used to be, I love you, Mr. Jump.
  • CD1015 - Horace Henderson and his Orchestra: Chicago, 1954
    • At the Trianon Ballroom. Featured soloists include: Jimmy Forrest, Goon Gardner, Porter Kilbert and Gail Brockman. 23 Tracks.
  • CD1016 - Al Cohn in Concert, 1986
    • Includes: Hymn, Sweet and Lovely, One Note Samba, What's New, My Shining Hour, Broadway, When Your Lover Has Gone, Easy Living.
  • CD1018 - Guitar Rarities Volume 2, 1933-1947
    • Albert Harris, Joe Young, Tony Gattuso, Carl Kress, Ernie Varner
  • CD1019 - Tubby Hayes: England's Late Jazz Great
    • This is a fantastic CD culled from broadcasts between 1957 and 1972, with Tubby's Quartet, Quintet, Jazz Couriers, Big Band plus Tony Kinsey Trio and Harry South's band. If you are a fan of Hayes' this is a must. If you haven't discovered Tubby as yet you are missing something.
  • CD1020 - Edmond Hall: Flyin' High 1949-1959
    • Originally issued on two LP's, one for the New Hampshire Library of Traditional Jazz and the other on Rae-Cox 1120. Traditional jazz by the one and only Edmond Hall and his friends Omer Simeon, Herbert Hall, Dick Cary , Jimmy Raney, Al Hall, Jimmy Crawford, Johnny Windhurst, Vic Dickenson, Kenny Kersey and John Field.
  • CD1021 - Buck Clayton: Live at The Embers
    •  With Joe Bushkin, Milt Hinton and Jo Jones. These stints at The Embers with the Joe Bushkin Quartet were among the happiest of his distinguished career. Likely recorded in December, 1953.