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Image Plays Gershwin & Kern
In his original 1976 liner notes, concert impresario George Wein concluded fittingly, "To put it simply, Erroll Garner is a great musical genius." On this final album released during Garner's life, he shows yet again his complete mastery of his instrument and his unmatched ability to interpret songs and make them his own. This newly restored album includes a previously unreleased Garner original, worthy of the two composers to which this album is dedicated. The Octave Remastered Series represents the heart of Erroll Garner's recorded catalog. Spanning 12 albums recorded and released between 1959 and 1976, this collection of music is among the most important in the history of jazz. It represents an artist in his prime, with full creative and commercial control of his output following his break with Columbia Records. All of these albums were owned by Garner's Octave Records and licensed for release on a variety of iconic labels, including MGM, ABC, Philips, Mercury, Reprise, MPS, and more.

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Image Magician
The eleventh album of the Octave Remastered Series is here — a collection of music that is among the most important in the history of jazz. One new Remastered album will be released each month through June 2020. The selections Erroll Garner committed to tape in the fall of 1973 include what may be some of his best original compositions, alongside a series of timeless contemporary takes on American Songbook classics. Though Magician would turn out to be the final studio album of his life, it makes clear that Garner was continuing to innovate on his distinctly individualistic style, and surely would have for decades to come.

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Image Gemini
A more fitting title for this album does not exist. It is yet another example of just how well Erroll Garner knew and understood himself and his music. Perhaps his greatest talent was an ability to distill and communicate precisely who he was at any given moment. Here we find him perfectly embodying the definition of his sun sign. Whatever your views on astrology might be, all that is left to do is listen. The Octave Remastered Series represents the heart of Erroll Garner's recorded catalog. Spanning 12 albums recorded and released between 1959 and 1976, this collection of music is among the most important in the history of jazz. It represents an artist in his prime, with full creative and commercial control of his output following his break with Columbia Records. All of these albums were owned by Garner's Octave Records and licensed for release on a variety of iconic labels, including MGM, ABC, Philips, Mercury, Reprise, MPS, and more.

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Image Feeling is Believing
Recorded at the tail end of 1969 with a cast of new collaborators, this album is a prime showcase of Erroll Garner’s two greatest strengths: his ability to completely reinvent well known songs, and his endlessly creative facility as a composer of original music. From his sultry “The Loving Touch” to the Afrofuturistic “Mood Island,” Garner’s originality again proves boundless. The Octave Remastered Series represents the heart of Erroll Garner’s recorded catalog. Spanning 12 albums recorded and released between 1959 and 1976, this collection of music is among the most important in the history of jazz. It represents an artist in his prime, with full creative and commercial control of his output following his break with Columbia Records. All of these albums were owned by Garner’s Octave Records and licensed for release on a variety of iconic labels, including MGM, ABC, Philips, Mercury, Reprise, MPS, and more. Over 20 years ago these albums were bundled on to double albums and released by Telarc in a 6-album set. While this was appropriate for the era, this repackaging of Garner’s discography caused some material to be cut for time. It is now time to untangle his discography and restore each of these 12 records to their original artistic statement. The series will include newly restored transfers of the original master tapes, painstakingly remixed and mastered by Octave’s GRAMMY winning team of producers and engineers. The restoration process includes the groundbreaking Plangent process that corrects the speed and pitch inconsistencies introduced by tape machines and delivers Garner’s pristine performance as it was meant to be heard. The original artwork has also been restored by Octave’s award-winning design partners White Bicycle. In addition to each classic record, Octave has chosen to include newly discovered previously unreleased bonus material from the Garner catalog in each release including new Garner compositions and extended musical introductions.

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Image Up in Erroll's Room
Over the course of two sessions in November 1967, Erroll Garner and his band recorded enough material for a handful of albums. What makes this collection truly unique is the addition of a brass section, expertly orchestrated over a selection of Garner's improvised arrangements. This style of collaboration was groundbreaking for the era and helps to make this one of the most musically thrilling of all Garner's albums. The Octave Remastered Series represents the heart of Erroll Garner's recorded catalog. Spanning 12 albums recorded and released between 1959 and 1976, this collection of music is among the most important in the history of jazz. It represents an artist in his prime, with full creative and commercial control of his output following his break with Columbia Records. All of these albums were owned by Garner's Octave Records and licensed for release on a variety of iconic labels, including MGM, ABC, Philips, Mercury, Reprise, MPS, and more.

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Image That's My Kick
That's My Kick' was Erroll Garner's first traditional studio album in five years and perhaps his most ambitious album ever as a composer. The selections were surely inspired by the new array of musicians assembled for the sessions, including percussionist José Mangual, who would go on to play with Garner for rest of his career. The electric atmosphere captured on tape here is at times raucous and always palpably joyful. The Octave Remastered Series represents the heart of Erroll Garner's recorded catalog. Spanning 12 albums recorded and released between 1959 and 1976, this collection of music is among the most important in the history of jazz. It represents an artist in his prime, with full creative and commercial control of his output following his break with Columbia Records. All of these albums were owned by Garner's Octave Records and licensed for release on a variety of iconic labels, including MGM, ABC, Philips, Mercury, Reprise, MPS, and more.

10,36 € (12,95 €)
Image Campus Concert
The Octave Remastered Series represents the heart of Erroll Garner’s recorded catalog. Spanning 12 albums recorded and released between 1959 and 1976, this collection of music is among the most important in the history of jazz. It represents an artist in his prime, with full creative and commercial control of his output following his break with Columbia Records. All of these albums were owned by Garner’s Octave Records and licensed for release on a variety of iconic labels, including MGM, ABC, Philips, Mercury, Reprise, MPS, and more. Over 20 years ago these albums were bundled on to double album CDs and released by Telarc in a 6 CD box set. While this was appropriate for the era, this repackaging of Garner’s discography caused some material to be cut for time. It is now time to untangle his discography and restore each of these 12 records to their original artistic statement. The series will include newly restored transfers of the original master tapes, painstakingly remixed and mastered by Octave’s GRAMMY winning team of producers and engineers. The restoration process includes the groundbreaking Plangent process that corrects the speed and pitch inconsistencies introduced by tape machines, and delivers Garner’s pristine performance as it was meant to be heard. The original artwork has also been restored by Octave’s award winning design partners White Bicycle. In addition to each classic record, Octave has chosen to include newly discovered previously unreleased bonus material from the Garner catalog in each release including new Garner compositions and extended musical introductions. This is the final live concert album released by Erroll Garner during his lifetime. It showcases the pianist in rare form, flanked by his classic trio and performing for an attentive and receptive audience of mostly young fans. This new edition includes a previously unreleased version of his rarely recorded “La Petite Mambo,” as well as fully restored musical introductions from the original masters.

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Image Dreamstreet
The Octave Reissue Series represents the heart of Erroll Garner’s recorded catalog. Spanning 12 albums and last 18 years of Garner’s career, this collection of music is among the most important in the history of jazz. It represents an artist in his prime, with full creative and commercial control of his output following his break with Columbia Records. Over 20 years ago these albums were bundled on to double album CDs and released by Telarc in a 6 CD box set. While this was appropriate for the era, this repackaging of Garner’s discography caused some material to be cut for time. It is now time to untangle his discography and restore each of these 12 records to their original artistic statement. The series will include newly restored and mastered transfers of the original analog master tapes by our GRAMMY winning team of producers and Engineers, and the original artwork restored by our award winning design partners. In addition, EGJP will curate and include newly discovered bonus material from the Garner catalog in each release. Recorded in 1959, the Dreamstreet tapes sat unreleased while Garner fought for control over his catalog. Finally issued in 1961 as the first product of his newly formed Octave Records, it heralded Garner’s return with a set of performances worthy of the wait. A new Garner original, “By Chance,” has been added to the remastered release, restored from the original session reels.

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Image Closeup in Swing
The Octave Reissue Series represents the heart of Erroll Garner’s recorded catalog. Spanning 12 albums and last 18 years of Garner’s career, this collection of music is among the most important in the history of jazz. It represents an artist in his prime, with full creative and commercial control of his output following his break with Columbia Records. Over 20 years ago these albums were bundled on to double album CDs and released by Telarc in a 6 CD box set. While this was appropriate for the era, this repackaging of Garner’s discography caused some material to be cut for time. It is now time to untangle his discography and restore each of these 12 records to their original artistic statement. The series will include newly restored and mastered transfers of the original analog master tapes by our GRAMMY winning team of producers and Engineers, and the original artwork restored by our award winning design partners. In addition, EGJP will curate and include newly discovered bonus material from the Garner catalog in each release. The second product of Garner’s Octave Records, this album features Erroll and his classic trio like they’ve never been heard before, restored and remastered from the original master tapes. Marking the beginning of one of the most prolific periods in his life, this new presentation includes the propulsive, never-before-heard Garner composition, “Octave 103.”

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Image One World Concert
The Octave Reissue Series represents the heart of Erroll Garner’s recorded catalog. Spanning 12 albums and last 18 years of Garner’s career, this collection of music is among the most important in the history of jazz. It represents an artist in his prime, with full creative and commercial control of his output following his break with Columbia Records. Over 20 years ago these albums were bundled on to double album CDs and released by Telarc in a 6 CD box set. While this was appropriate for the era, this repackaging of Garner’s discography caused some material to be cut for time. It is now time to untangle his discography and restore each of these 12 records to their original artistic statement. The series will include newly restored and mastered transfers of the original analog master tapes by our GRAMMY winning team of producers and Engineers, and the original artwork restored by our award winning design partners. In addition, EGJP will curate and include newly discovered bonus material from the Garner catalog in each release. This was Garner’s first live concert album after his chart topping Concert By The Sea, recorded seven years earlier. A tour-de-force performance makes this a worthy successor, complete with his trademark improvisational fireworks. This new presentation includes extended introductions as well as an unreleased version of the Garner ballad “Other Voices,” which has never been issued in a trio arrangement.

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Image A New Kind of Love
The Octave Reissue Series represents the heart of Erroll Garner’s recorded catalog. Spanning 12 albums and last 18 years of Garner’s career, this collection of music is among the most important in the history of jazz. It represents an artist in his prime, with full creative and commercial control of his output following his break with Columbia Records. Over 20 years ago these albums were bundled on to double album CDs and released by Telarc in a 6 CD box set. While this was appropriate for the era, this repackaging of Garner’s discography caused some material to be cut for time. It is now time to untangle his discography and restore each of these 12 records to their original artistic statement. The series will include newly restored and mastered transfers of the original analog master tapes by our GRAMMY winning team of producers and Engineers, and the original artwork restored by our award winning design partners. In addition, EGJP will curate and include newly discovered bonus material from the Garner catalog in each release. While the emotionally charged music of Erroll Garner is particularly well suited for the big screen, and has been used in countless films over the years, he only ever composed this one film score. A natural orchestrator and with an uncanny ability to sound like an entire orchestra by himself, on this record Garner makes singular use of a 35-piece orchestra to bring his music to new heights.

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Image A Night at the Movies
The Octave Remastered Series represents the heart of Erroll Garner’s recorded catalog. Spanning 12 albums recorded and released between 1959 and 1976, this collection of music is among the most important in the history of jazz. It represents an artist in his prime, with full creative and commercial control of his output following his break with Columbia Records. All of these albums were owned by Garner’s Octave Records and licensed for release on a variety of iconic labels, including MGM, ABC, Philips, Mercury, Reprise, MPS, and more. Over 20 years ago these albums were bundled on to double album CDs and released by Telarc in a 6 CD box set. While this was appropriate for the era, this repackaging of Garner’s discography caused some material to be cut for time. It is now time to untangle his discography and restore each of these 12 records to their original artistic statement. The series will include newly restored transfers of the original master tapes, painstakingly remixed and mastered by Octave’s GRAMMY winning team of producers and engineers. The restoration process includes the groundbreaking Plangent process that corrects the speed and pitch inconsistencies introduced by tape machines, and delivers Garner’s pristine performance as it was meant to be heard. The original artwork has also been restored by Octave’s award winning design partners White Bicycle. In addition to each classic record, Octave has chosen to include newly discovered previously unreleased bonus material from the Garner catalog in each release including new Garner compositions and extended musical introductions. The Octave Remastered Series will be presented chronologically according to each record’s original US release, beginning with four releases in September 2019. This will be followed be a new release each month leading up to what would have been Garner’s 99th birthday in June 2020. All releases will be available in high resolution audio across all digital platforms as well as CD. Not only will the Octave Remastered Series restore Garner’s digital discography to it’s rightful state, it will also endeavor to shed new light on Garner’s talent and artistic journey through a host of exclusive additional content offerings. The producers of the series will be sharing a number of newly uncovered items from the Garner archives related to various releases in posts on ErrollGarner.com. Historian and author Robin D.G. Kelley will curate a series of twelve conversations with notable individuals from Jazz to be made available as audio podcasts and written essays. This series will provide an unprecedented look into the life and career of one of the most important figures in Jazz. This classic Garner album contains music from some of the last studio sessions of Garner’s longest running trio, with Calhoun (bass) and Martin (drums). After nearly a decade of touring and recording together, they function here as an uncanny musical unit, deftly navigating Garner’s twists and turns. Here are a dozen of his favorite deep cuts from the movies he loved.

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