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  • Album: True Blue: 75 Years Of Blue Note Records
  • FLAC: 1537 mb | MP3: 1455 mb
  • Released: 2015
  • Country: Canada
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Various - True Blue: 75 Years Of Blue Note Records album flac


1-1 Herbie Hancock Cantaloupe Island 5:30
1-2 Joe Henderson Blue Bossa 7:59
1-3 Eliane Elias The Girl From Ipanema 5:19
1-4 The Horace Silver Quintet Song For My Father 7:14
1-5 Blue Mitchell Fungii Mama 7:47
1-6 Thelonious Monk Straight No Chaser 2:56
1-7 Hank Mobley Remember 5:38
1-8 Cassandra Wilson Wouldn't It Be Lovely 5:02
1-9 Joe Lovano Us Five Passport 5:26
1-10 Sonny Clark Melody For C 7:47
1-11 Kurt Elling Never My Love 3:40
1-12 Cannonball Adderley Autumn Leaves 10:55
2-1 John Coltrane Blue Train 10:39
2-2 J.J. Johnson Too Marvelous For Words 3:34
2-3 Freddie Hubbard Open Sesame 7:08
2-4 Miles Davis It Never Entered My Mind 4:02
2-5 Earl Klugh Dr. Macumba 4:25
2-6 Dexter Gordon Willow Weep For Me 8:45
2-7 The Horace Silver Quintet Señor Blues 7:01
2-8 Sonny Rollins Decision 7:58
2-9 Lou Donaldson Here 'Tis 9:23
2-10 Jutta Hipp, Zoot Sims Violets For Your Furs 6:07
3-1 Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers Moanin' 9:30
3-2 Ike Quebec Loie 3:08
3-3 Bobby McFerrin Don't Worry, Be Happy 4:50
3-4 Bill Charlap Trio Blue Skies 6:26
3-5 Jackie McLean Torchin' 6:06
3-6 Kenny Drew Funk-Cosity 8:25
3-7 Dianne Reeves, Wynton Marsalis Quartet Feeling Of Jazz 7:03
3-8 Jimmy Smith Messin' Around 5:54
3-9 Milt Jackson Don't Get Around Much Anymore 3:00
3-10 Herbie Hancock Maiden Voyage 7:53
3-11 Grant Green What Is This Thing Called Love 5:49
3-12 Thad Jones April In Paris 6:39
4-1 Gregory Porter No Love Dying 3:56
4-2 Paul Chambers Quintet Softly As In A Morning Sunrise 3:06
4-3 Lee Morgan The Sidewinder 10:21
4-4 Wayne Shorter Witch Hunt 8:07
4-5 Patricia Barber You're The Top 3:40
4-6 Donald Byrd Cristo Redentor 5:39
4-7 Kenny Burrell Chitlins Con Carne 5:25
4-8 Freddie Redd Blues-Blues-Blues 5:57
4-9 Ron Carter As Time Goes By 4:58
4-10 Medeski Martin + Wood* End Of The World Party 5:10
4-11 Norah Jones Come Away With Me 3:18
4-12 Us3 Cantaloop (Flip Fantasia) 4:38

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Universal Music Australia Pty Ltd
  • Copyright (c) – Universal Music Australia Pty Ltd
  • Marketed By – Universal Music Australia


  • Artwork – Susan Michalek
  • Compilation Producer – Thom McKercher
  • Liner Notes – Thom McKercher
  • Mastered By – Andres Lara

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 600753 605295

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
0253783207 Various True Blue: 75 Years Of Blue Note Records ‎(4xCD, Comp) Blue Note 0253783207 Canada 2014

True Blue: 75 Years Of Blue Note Records ‎(4xCD, Comp).

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All the great songs and lyrics from the "True Blue: 75 Years of Blue Note Records" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Their name was inspired by a Horace Parlan recording produced by Alfred Lion, the founder of Blue Note Records. On their debut album, Hand on the Torch, Us3 used samples from the Blue Note Records catalogue, all originally produced by Lion.

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