The Savoy 10-Inch LP Collection (CD + Book)
The Savoy 10-Inch LP Collection (CD + Book)
The Savoy 10-Inch LP Collection (CD + Book)
The Savoy 10-Inch LP Collection (CD + Book)
The Savoy 10-Inch LP Collection (CD + Book)
The Savoy 10-Inch LP Collection (CD + Book)

The Savoy 10-Inch LP Collection (CD + Book)

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One of the greatest jazz innovators of all time, alto saxophonist and composer Charlie Parker (b. August 29, 1920) is one of the few musicians who can be said to have permanently changed jazz. A leading figure in the development of bebop, Parker (also known as “Bird”) left an enormous musical legacy in his short 34 years of life, and his vast influence extends to other forms of art, such as dance, literature, visual arts and film.

The CD collection highlights Bird’s pioneering bebop recordings for Savoy Records from 1944–1948, featuring jazz legends Miles DavisDizzy GillespieJohn Lewis, Bud Powell, Max Roach and more. The booklet contains vintage photos, rare ephemera and new liner notes by GRAMMY®-winning author Neil Tesser.

1. Now's the Time (3:14)
2. Donna Lee (2:32)
3. Chasin’ the Bird (2:43)
4. Red Cross (3:07)
5. Ko-Ko (2:54)
6. Warmin’ Up a Riff (2:34)
7. Half Nelson (2:42)
8. Sipping at Bells (2:21)
9. Billie's Bounce (3:07)
10. Cheryl (2:57)
11. Milestones (2:35)
12. Another Hair-Do (2:37)
13. Thriving from a Riff (2:54)
14. Buzzy (2:29)
15. Little Willie Leaps (2:50)
16. Klaunstance (2:41)
17. Bluebird (2:49)
18. Bird Gets the Worm (2:34)
19. Parker's Mood (3:02)
20. Steeplechase (3:03)
21. Perhaps (2:32)
22. Tiny's Tempo (2:53)
23. Constellation (2:27)
24. Merry Go Round (2:23)
25. Confirmation (released on 10” LP 9011 as “Riff Warmer”) (3:09) 
26. Barbados (2:27)
27. Ah-Leu-Cha (2:51)
28. Marmaduke (2:42) 

• Newly-restored and remastered audio
• Faithfully restored original album label and jacket artwork
• Booklet contains vintage photos, rare ephemera, and new liner notes by GRAMMY®-winning author Neil Tesser