Blue Note Records has announced the continuation of the acclaimed Tone Poet Audiophile Vinyl Reissue Series in 2020. Launched in 2019 in honor of the label’s 80th Anniversary, the Tone Poet series is produced by Joe Harley and features all-analog, 180g audiophile vinyl reissues that are mastered from the original master tapes by Kevin Gray of Cohearent Audio. Tone Poet vinyl is manufactured at RTI in Camarillo, California, and packaged in deluxe Stoughton Printing “Old Style” Gatefold Tip-On Jackets.
The titles were once again handpicked by Harley and cover the crème de la crème of the Blue Note catalog along with underrated classics, modern era standouts, and albums from other labels under the Blue Note umbrella including Pacific Jazz and United Artists Records. The 2020 release schedule will commence with the January 24th release of Hank Mobley Poppin’ (1957) and Stanley Turrentine Comin’ Your Way (1961), both of which are available for pre-order now. Explore the Tone Poet Audiophile Vinyl Reissue Series at the Blue Note Store.
- Hank Mobley – Poppin’ (Blue Note, 1957)
- Stanley Turrentine – Comin’ Your Way (Blue Note, 1961)
- Chet Baker – Chet Baker Sings (Pacific Jazz, 1954-56)
- Grant Green – Nigeria (Blue Note, 1962)
- Duke Ellington – Money Jungle (United Artists, 1962)
- Herbie Hancock – The Prisoner (Blue Note, 1969)
- Lee Morgan – The Cooker (Blue Note, 1957)
- Lonnie Smith – All In My Mind (Blue Note, 2017)
- Stanley Turrentine – That’s Where It’s At (Blue Note, 1962)
- Joe Henderson – The State of the Tenor: Live at the Village Vanguard, Volume 1 (Blue Note, 1985)
- Bobby Hutcherson – The Kicker (Blue Note, 1963)
- Jackie McLean – It’s Time (Blue Note, 1964)
- Horace Silver – Further Explorations (Blue Note, 1958)
- Jimmy Smith – Prayer Meetin’ (Blue Note, 1963)
- Herbie Hancock – My Point of View (Blue Note, 1963)
- Duke Pearson – The Phantom (Blue Note, 1968)
- Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers – Roots & Herbs (Blue Note, 1961)
- Bobby Hutcherson – Oblique (Blue Note, 1967)
- Tina Brooks – The Waiting Game (Blue Note, 1961)
- McCoy Tyner – Tender Moments (Blue Note, 1967)
- Donald Byrd – Byrd In Flight (Blue Note, 1960)
- Lee Morgan – The Rajah (Blue Note, 1966)
- Paul Chambers – Bass On Top (Blue Note, 1957)
- John Scofield & Pat Metheny – I Can See Your House From Here (Blue Note, 1993)
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