Newly Remastered from Original Analog Sources and Pressed on 180g Vinyl LP at Third Man Pressing in Detroit as Part of the Verve By Request Series
Verve Records/UMe and Third Man Records have partnered to resurrect the popular reissue series, Verve By Request, with a vinyl twist. Focusing on rare gems and fan-requested jazz albums from the Verve Label Group's stable of iconic labels, the series will offer two titles per month – each hand-picked by Verve and Third Man Records. The records will include both long-out-of-print titles from the vault as well as the first-ever vinyl pressings for albums released in the ‘90s and aughts that were only originally released on CD. This excellent 1965 album from the always versatile Lateef runs the gamut musically, from the Coltrane influenced "Semi-Octo" to soulful reads of standards from Hammerstein/Kern, Fats Waller and Erik Satie, and a beautifully rendered original "Bamboo Flute Blues". Albums will be newly remastered from original analog sources, when available, and pressed on audiophile-quality, 180-gram vinyl at Third Man Pressing in Detroit.
- 180g vinyl LP
- Verve by Request Series
- Newly remastered from original analog sources
- Pressed at Third Man Pressing in Detroit
- Bamboo Flute Blues
- Why Do I Love You?
- First Gymnopedie
- Medula Sonata
- I'll Always Be In Love With You
- Ain't Misbehavin'