Holiday Jazz Classics.
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Jeffery Smith (3) – A Little Sweeter. 이블: Gitanes Jazz Productions – 537-790-2, Verve Records – 537-790-2. Mixed January 3 and 4, 1997 at Studios Guillaume Tell, Suresnes-Paris, France. Mastering SID Code: IFPI L004. Mould SID Code: IFPI 0276. Matrix, Runout: 537 790 2 00 L7 1A.
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The Greatest Holiday Classics is the fourth greatest hits album by saxophonist Kenny G. It was released by Arista Records in 2005, and peaked at number 1 on the Contemporary Jazz chart, number 26 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and number 39 on the Billboard 200. "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" (Traditional) – 2:36. Deck the Halls, The Twelve Days of Christmas" (Traditional) – 3:01. Joy to the World" (Lowell Mason/Isaac Watts) – 2:29.
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Performer: Lonnie Liston Smith Album: Original Album Classics Label: Sony Music. Tracklist: - CD1 - Astral Traveling (1973) 01. Lonnie Liston Smith - Astral Traveling 02.
Posed with the question, Who invented jazz album cover design? Most people will instantly say, Blue Note Records, and Reid Miles in particular. But this would be a gross simplification as well as inaccurate. Perhaps most ironic of all, given that Blue Note album sleeves have become the benchmark against which all modern jazz covers – and those of just about any other album – are measured, Miles was not a jazz fan, but a classical-music lover. Yet perhaps it was his distance from the music that was also his strength, allowing him to approach the design unencumbered by all but the basic details – the album title, the feel of the music, and something about the session.