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  • TLR-2203042(45RPM)

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    ARTURO BENEDETTI MICHELANGELI
    RAVEL: PIANO CONCERTO IN G MAJOR, M. 83

    RECORD 1/45RPM

    Ravel: Concerto for piano and orchestra in G major, M. 83

    Allegramente

    Adagio

    Presto

    Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli, piano
    Sergiu Celibidache, conductor
    London Symphony Orchestra

    Recorded at the Royal Festival Hall, London, 8.IV.1982
    STEREO ℗ 1982 BBC

    Remastered by ℗ & © 2022 The Lost Recordings
    Made and printed in Germany

    Remastered from the original analog tapes
    Lacquer-cuts: Kevin Gray
    Masters & Mothers: Quality Record Pressings
    180g Single 45rpm vinyl album
    1st Edition
    Limited number of copies, hand-numbered : 2000


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  • TLR-2004037(2LPs)

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    Live At The Berlin Philharmonic 1969
    SARAH VAUGHAN
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    RECORD 1

    A Lot of Livin’ to Do

    And I Love Him
    Alfie
    On a Clear Day
    Passing Strangers
    Misty
    I Cried for You
    My Funny Valentine
    All of Me
    Tenderly

    RECORD 2

    Fly Me to the Moon
    Time After Time
    The Trolley Song
    By the Time I Get to Phoenix
    The Sweetest Sounds
    Polka Dots and Moonbeams
    Day In, Day Out

    What Now, My Love
    I Had a Ball
    Didn’t we?

    Sarah Vaughan, Vocals
    Johnny Veith, Piano
    Gus Mancuso, Bass
    Eddy Pucci, Drums

    Recorded at Berlin Philharmonie
    Berliner Jazztage, 9.XI.1969
    MONO ℗ 1969 RBB

    Remastered by ℗ & © 2020 The Lost Recordings
    Made and printed in Germany

    Remastered from the original analog tapes
    Lacquer-cuts: Kevin Gray
    Masters & Mothers: Quality Record Pressings
    180g 2-vinyl album
    2nd edition

    Caravan
    Satin Doll

    Duke Ellington, Piano
    Joe Benjamin, Bass
    Quinten “Rocky” White Jr, Drums
    Harold “Money” Johnson, Trumpet
    Paul Gonsalves, Saxophone
    Harry Carney, Baritone Saxophone, Clarinet

    *Duke Ellington, Piano, Leader
    And his Orchestra, Featuring:
    Cat Anderson, Cootie Williams, Mercer Ellington, Trumpet
    Harold Ashby, Johnny Hodges, Paul Gonsalves, Russell Procope, Saxophone
    Harry Carney, Baritone Saxophone, Clarinet
    Rufus Jones, Drums

    Recorded at the Berlin Philharmonic
    Berliner Jazztage, 2.XI.1973
    STEREO ℗ 1973 RBB

    *Recorded at the Berlin Philharmonic
    Berliner Jazztage, 8.XI.1969
    MONO ℗ 1969 RBB

    Remastered by ℗ & © 2022 The Lost Recordings
    Made and printed in Germany

    Remastered from the original analog tapes
    Lacquer-cuts: Kevin Gray
    Masters & Mothers: Quality Record Pressings
    180g Single 33rpm vinyl album
    1st Edition
    Limited number of copies, hand-numbered: 2000


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  • TLR-2204041

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    DUKE ELLINGTON
    LIVE AT THE BERLIN JAZZ FESTIVAL 1969-1973

    VINYL SIDE A
    Piano Improvisation No. 1

    Take the “A” Train
    Pitter Panther Patter
    Sophisticated Lady
    Introduction by Baby Laurence

    Tap Dance

    SIDE B*
    The Most Beautiful African
    El Gato
    I Can't Get Started
    Caravan
    Satin Doll

    Duke Ellington, Piano
    Joe Benjamin, Bass
    Quinten “Rocky” White Jr, Drums
    Harold “Money” Johnson, Trumpet
    Paul Gonsalves, Saxophone
    Harry Carney, Baritone Saxophone, Clarinet

    *Duke Ellington, Piano, Leader
    And his Orchestra, Featuring:
    Cat Anderson, Cootie Williams, Mercer Ellington, Trumpet
    Harold Ashby, Johnny Hodges, Paul Gonsalves, Russell Procope, Saxophone
    Harry Carney, Baritone Saxophone, Clarinet
    Rufus Jones, Drums

    Recorded at the Berlin Philharmonic
    Berliner Jazztage, 2.XI.1973
    STEREO ℗ 1973 RBB

    *Recorded at the Berlin Philharmonic
    Berliner Jazztage, 8.XI.1969
    MONO ℗ 1969 RBB

    Remastered by ℗ & © 2022 The Lost Recordings
    Made and printed in Germany

    Remastered from the original analog tapes
    Lacquer-cuts: Kevin Gray
    Masters & Mothers: Quality Record Pressings
    180g Single 33rpm vinyl album
    1st Edition
    Limited number of copies, hand-numbered: 2000


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  • TLR-1604023(2LP

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    OSCAR PETERSON TRIO
    LIVE AT THE CONCERTGEBOUW 1961

    DOUBLE VINYL

    RECORD 1

    Announcement by Norman Granz

    Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise
    Band Call

    Con Alma
    Politics and Poker

    RECORD 2

    Where Do I Go From Here
    I Remember Clifford

    It Ain’t Necessarily So
    Chicago

    Oscar Peterson, Piano
    Ray Brown, Bass
    Ed Thigpen, Drums

    Recorded at the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    18.II.1961
    MONO ℗ 1961 VARA
    Remastered by ℗ & © 2016 FONDAMENTA
    Made and printed in Germany

    Remastered from the original analogue tapes
    Lacquer-cuts: André Perriat
    180g 2-vinyl album
    2nd Edition


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  • TLR-2203040(2LP

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    HENRYK SZERYNG
    THE UNRELEASED BERLIN STUDIO RECORDINGS

    DOUBLE VINYL

    RECORD 1 (45 RPM)
    Bach: Partita for solo violin No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1004

    Allemanda
    Corrente
    Sarabanda
    Giga

    Ciaccona

    RECORD 2 (45 RPM)
    Franck: Sonata for violin and piano in A major, FWV 8
    Allegretto ben moderato
    Allegro-Quasi lento-Tempo primo

    Recitativo-Fantasia
    Allegretto poco mosso

    Henryk Szering, violin

    *Recorded in Studio III, RBB, Berlin, 19.IV.1963
    MONO ℗ 1963 RBB
    Marinus Flipse, piano
    **Recorded in Studio III, RBB, Berlin, 27.IV.1962
    MONO ℗ 1962 RBB
    Günther Ludwig, piano Remastered by ℗ & © 2022 THE LOST RECORDINGS
    Made and printed in Germany

    Remastered from the original analog tapes
    Lacquer-cuts: Kevin Gray
    180g 2-vinyl album
    Masters & Mothers: Quality Record Pressings
    1st edition, numbered to 1000 copies
    Printed & Pressed in Germany


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  • TLR-1704027V(2L

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    Ella Fitzgerald (2 LPs)

    On 10 February 1961 at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, just one year after her famous concert in Berlin, Ella Fitzgerald once again found herself in front of a full house. After a sober introduction of the musicians by Norman Granz, Ella Fitzgerald took the stage. With the freshness of the eternal, slightly cheeky little girl, she propels herself with one note into the rhythm of ‘Too Close for Comfort’. Her voice settles, she holds her audience by the hand, gently, surely. Ella takes the stage as if she were in her living room. She welcomes each spectator as a privileged guest. Each song is a glass of champagne that she offers with grace. Sometimes melancholic, sometimes playful, most of the time laughing, dynamic and catchy. “Hilariously inventive Ella! As Bing Crosby once said: “Man, woman or child, Ella is the greatest of them all”.

    RECORD 1

    Introduction by Norman Granz
    Won’t you please let me in
    Too close for comfort

    On a slow boat to china
    How long has this been going on ?
    Heart and soul
    You’re driving me crazy
    That old black magic
    Lower come back to me

    RECORD 2

    My funny valentine

    I’ve got a crush on you
    Lorelei

    Mr. Paganini
    Mack the knife
    Saint louis blues

    Ella Fitzgerald, Vocals
    Lou Levy, Piano
    Herb Ellis, Guitar
    Wilfred Middlebrooks, Bass
    Gus Johnson, Drums


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  • TLR-1804034V(2L

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    On the evening of November 29th 1958, on the stage of the Kurhaus in Scheveningen, when Art Blakey grabs the microphone to say “I would like to take a moment and say good evening on behalf of the Jazz Messengers and myself”, everyone knows that he is living a historic moment. Pianist Bobby Timmons has just created the iconic “Moanin'” and saxophonist Benny Golson the famous “Along Came Betty”, which the Jazz Messengers mix with compositions by their illustrious companions, Thelonious Monk, Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie. The essence of world jazz is on stage, and is taken up again on this edition forgotten until today.

    RECORD 1

    Introduction by Art Blakey

    Moanin’.
    Announcement by Art Blakey
    Along Came Betty
    Announcement by Art Blakey
    Evidence/Justice

    RECORD 2

    Just by Myself
    Announcement by Art Blakey
    I Remember Clifford
    Announcement by Art Blakey
    Now Is the Time
    Announcement by Art Blakey

    Whisper Not

    Night in Tunisia

    Art Blakey, Drums
    Lee Morgan, Trumpet
    Benny Golson, Tenor Saxophone
    Bobby Timmons, Piano
    Jymie Merritt, Bass


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  • TLR-1704025V(2L

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    Dave Brubeck (2LPs)

    At the time of one of their last concerts in 1967, the Dave Brubeck Quartet had already been in existence for 16 years, in more or less the same formation. That’s how well the four of them know each other! It was at the Black Hawk night club in San Francisco that Dave and Paul made their debut. Their trademark: to break down racial barriers against which they will fight without restraint, even in the most extreme period of McCarthyism, and to make jazz accessible to the greatest number of people, by revisiting ballads, popular songs or great themes of classical music. But above all, they developed an almost infinite variety of complex rhythms. In Scheveningen, on the evening of 24 October 1967, the Dave Brubeck Quartet was more than just a jazz band. He was the ambassador of American music in Europe.

    RECORD 1
    Three to Get Ready

    La Paloma Azul
    Cielito Lindo
    Swanee River
    Forty Days

    RECORD 2

    Blues for Joe
    Rough Old Man

    Take Five
    Someday My Prince Will Come

    Dave Brubeck, Piano
    Paul Desmond, Saxophone
    Eugene Wright, Bass
    Joe Morello, Drums


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  • TLR-1604022V(2L

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    SARAH VAUGHAN
    LIVE AT LAREN 1975 (2LPs)

    First publication of this unreleased concert. August 5, 1975: Sarah Vaughan is chosen to open the famous Jazz Festival in Laren, a small village near Amsterdam. She slips in among her musicians, including Bob Magnusson, Jimmy Cobb, Miles Davis's drummer, and Carl Schroeder, her pianist who has accompanied her for more than 20 years. At 51, not only does the “Divine” use the full range of her voice to sail from the roughest bass to the most scintillating highs, but she smiles, grasps the slightest emotion, seeks communion with each spectator as if he or she were unique, as if she were singing only for him.

    RECORD 1

    The Man I Love
    I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)
    Watch What Happens

    Round Midnight
    The Lamp Is Low
    “Introduction” Body Heat

    Everything Must Change
    On a Clear Day (You Can See Forever)

    RECORD 2

    Lover Man
    Sarah's Blues

    What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life
    There Will Never Be Another You
    Medley: It's Magic, My Reverie, Body and Soul, Moonlight in Vermont
    Tenderly

    Sarah Vaughan, Vocals
    Carl Schroeder, Piano
    Bob Magnusson, Bass
    Jimmy Cobb, Drums


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  • AMSTERDAM1976(2LP)

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    Emil Gilels
    THE UNRELEASED RECITALS AT THE CONCERTGEBOUW

    “In June 2017, when I have to perform in Moscow, I meet Kirill Gilels, grandson of the famous pianist Emil Gilels. He has listened to what our Phoenix Mastering restoration process can accomplish and gives us a list of the years and locations of his grandfather’s unpublished recordings. In Berlin, Moscow, St. Petersburg, we discover a heritage that amazes us with the quality and consistency of Emil Gilels’ piano playing. We are undoubtedly facing one of the greatest musicians of the 20th century. It is finally in Amsterdam, thanks to the determination of Piet Tullenaar, that we manage to extract five recitals that the pianist gave between 1975 and 1980 at the Concertgebouw and which everyone had forgotten existed. As we audition the tapes one by one in the studio allocated to us, neither Piet Tullenaar, nor Michel Navarra, nor myself exchange a word. What a beauty!” F. D’Oria-Nicolas


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  • BERLIN1969(2LPS)

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    Sarah Vaughan
    LIVE AT THE BERLIN PHILHARMONIE 1969

    It is at a very special moment in Sarah Vaughan’s life that this double recital, recorded on November 9, 1969 at the Berlin Philharmonie, takes place.
    To everyone’s astonishment, this small, clumsy 45-year-old silhouette will sign that evening one of the most masterful stage performances of her career that could be captured by a recording. In almost two hours, she will silence all reticence by proving how much her approach to music remains eminently topical. Surrounded with an elegance as discreet as it is stimulating by a trio that is a past master in the art of understatement, free of mannerisms, still as virtuosic as ever, developing her vocal technique to the highest degree throughout her incredible range, between naturalness and sophistication, simplicity and refinement, Sarah Vaughan is astonishing. Sarah Vaughan resolutely favours sentimental melodies, making her warm, supple, suave and swinging voice the ultra-sensitive seismograph of the whole range of mixed feelings.

    Record 1
    A Lot of Livin’ to Do
    And I Love Him
    Alfie
    On a Clear Day
    Passing Strangers
    Misty
    I Cried for You
    My Funny Valentine
    All of Me
    Tenderly

    Record 2
    Fly Me to the Moon
    Time After Time
    The Trolley Song
    By the Time I Get to Phoenix
    The Sweetest Sounds
    Polka Dots and Moonbeams
    Day In, Day Out
    What Now, My Love
    I Had a Ball
    Didn’t we?

    Sarah Vaughan, Vocals
    Johnny Veith, Piano
    Gus Mancuso, Bass
    Eddy Pucci, Drums

    Recorded at the Berlin Philharmonie
    Berliner Jazztage, 9.XI.1969
    MONO ℗ 1969 RBB
    Remastered ℗ & © 2020 THE LOST RECORDINGS

    Remastered from the original analog tapes
    Lacquer-cuts: Kevin Gray
    Masters & Mothers: Quality Record Pressings
    180g 2-vinyl album
    Number of limited copies: 2000
    Printed & Pressed in Germany


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