Liberation In Swing: Centennial Collection
Liberation In Swing: Centennial Collection

Liberation In Swing: Centennial Collection

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This deluxe limited edition boxed set (limited to 300) chronicles legendary pianist/composer Erroll Garner at the height of his creative freedom, telling the real story of the famed musician’s artist-owned label, Octave Records, and redefining his place in music history. 

Deluxe Limited Edition includes: 3-LP 180-gram black vinyl, Complete Symphony Hall Concert; 1-LP 180-gram white vinyl, SESSIONS; Complete Octave Remastered Series on 12 CDs; Hi-Res 192kHz / 24bit digital master quality audio of 12-album Octave Remastered Series (digital download); Hardcover portfolio-style, cloth-wrapped 60-page book featuring unpublished original artwork from Garner, previously unseen photos, and essays from Dr. Robin D. G. Kelley, Terri Lyne Carrington, Cécile McLorin Salvant; Vintage 1967 promotional box of five 7-inch 45rpm singles from Garner’s private archive; The Final Concert Cassette, never-before-released original cassette replica; Certificate of Authenticity; Housed in custom telescoping box featuring designs based on Garner’s original artwork. 

Includes:

  • 3-LP 180-gram black vinyl, Complete Symphony Hall Concert (previously unreleased live performance from Boston’s Symphony Hall, recorded January 17, 1959)

  • 1-LP 180-gram white vinyl, SESSIONS (new compilation of Garner originals from the Octave Remastered Series, first time on vinyl)
  • The complete 12 CD Octave Remastered Series, redesigned in custom tri-fold folio
  • Hi-Res 192kHz / 24bit digital master quality audio of the complete 12 album Octave Remastered Series (digital download)
  • Vintage 1967 promotional box from Erroll Garner’s private archive, featuring five 7-inch 45rpm singles
  • 1 Cassette, The Final Concert Cassette (Garner’s last performance recorded at Mister Kelly’s in Chicago, 1975)
  • Hardcover cloth-wrapped 60-page book with essays from Dr. Robin D. G. Kelley (“Octave Records & The Liberation of Erroll Garner”), Terri Lyne Carrington (“Complete Symphony Hall Concert”) and Cécile McLorin Salvant (“Garner, The Visual Artist”), as well as unpublished original artwork from Erroll Garner and previously unseen photos. 
  • Certificate of Authenticity

** all music newly transferred via the Plangent Processes from the original analog master tapes

 

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