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Joe Henderson Quartets – Tetragon (1967)

Joe Henderson is featured as a standout on this album, and he does not disappoint.

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The Photography of Francis Wolff (Blue Note Records)

We have definitely seen his work, but we may not know his name. If you like jazz, this is a name that you must know because his contributions to the genre are immeasurable.

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Joe Henderson – Page One (1963)

Joe Henderson's debut album "Page One" exemplifies the sound of Blue Note jazz in the 1960's.

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Roy Ayers – Daddy Bug & Friends (1976) (Audio)

Not everything released by Roy Ayers in the 70s was fusion. Daddy Bug & Friends is a classic Roy Ayers album that commonly goes overlooked

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Horace Silver – Song for My Father (1965)

Song for My Father is Blue Note Jazz at its best.

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