Freddie Hubbard - Live At The Warsaw Jazz Jamboree 1991: Double Vinyl LP Limited RSD 2021


Title: Double Vinyl LP
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This a RECORD STORE DAY 2021 title - from Drop 2 - available over the counter in store first come first served on SATURDAY 17th JULY. If any stock remains this  will GO LIVE/FOR SALE ONLINE at 6pm the SAME DAY. 

View here for more details - https://www.crashrecords.co.uk/pages/record-store-day-2021

Please note stock is very limited so place your order ASAP. Stock is not held in cart so please check out quickly. Please bear in mind that due to the nature of many people trying to place orders at the same time, we cannot guarantee that stock is yours until an Order Fullfilled/Shipped email has been sent. Unfortunately we are not able to combine orders for shipping.

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This concert sees it’s first ever vinyl release! A brilliant live performance by one of the jazz trumpet greats, Freddie Hubbard. The Who’s Who in Jazz label, founded in 1977 by Lionel Hampton, existed as a means to present to the world the best musicians the Jazz world had to offer. This concert recording from October 1991 at the Jazz Jamboree Festival in Warsaw, Poland, gets a special edition 30 year anniversary release. Hubbard’s quintet pays special tribute to Miles Davis that evening with a powerful rendition of “All Blues”. A well-recorded showcase of bop and blues played with harmonic intelligence and soul. Only 500 numbered copies available.

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