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There are many recordings that consistently rank in the top 10, 20, or 50 listings of the classic or best jazz albums issued. Some have always been part of the list, and others have come and gone as new performances have been captured over time. Generally, there are one or two cuts that are the acknowledged "hits" that in some cases even crossed over into the popular music charts. While these hits are rewarding for myriad reasons, at times they tend to overshadow the other cuts, many of which are of equal caliber. In this hour, we'll delve into these classic albums to dig some of the lesser known, but equally hip charts from these sessions.
|Oliver Nelson||Cascades||The Blues and the Abstract Truth|
|Herbie Hancock||Empty Pockets||Takin' Off|
|Nat Adderley||Pretty Memory||Work Song|
|The Jazz Crusaders||The Geek||Freedom Sound|
|Count Basie||Didn't You||April in Paris|
|Thelonious Monk||Monk's Point||Monk's Blues|
|Gil Evans||Willow Tree||New Bottle Old Wine|
|Dave Brubeck||Kathy's Waltz||Time Out|
|Bill Evans||Peri's Scope||Portrait in Jazz|
|Charles Mingus||Open Letter to Duke||Mingus Uh Um|