Entitled 'A Day In The Life: Impressions Of Pepper', the album is out now on the legendary Verve label.
The set features music spanning Granz's unique career, with recordings by most of the distinguished musicians he recorded.
Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd helped introduce Jazz Samba to the world with their single 'Desafinado' which made the US Top 20 on 10 November 1962.
The Verve-signed New York musician invited Gaga onto the album's version of 'Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood.'
Recorded over two sessions at the end of 1959, 'Gerry Mulligan Meets Ben Webster' is a saxophone tour de force and a “classic album from two jazz giants.”
If the 'The Genius Of Coleman Hawkins' was the hors d’oeuvre then 'Coleman Hawkins Encounters Ben Webster' is the main course, one that should be in every jazz lover’s collection.
Louis Armstrong is at his best on a group of solid standards, while Oscar Peterson provides fresh tasteful backing.
Zappa's second release in his own name continued to challenge every convention known to the burgeoning US rock scene.
If you want to luxuriate in jazz then look no further than the Bill Evans Trio and a 48-piece orchestra on Bill Evans Trio With Symphony Orchestra.
The 'Show Boat' tune became one of the master organist's dozen appearances on the Hot 100.
Jimmy Smith’s 'The Cat' cuts through grease like fresh battery acid.
'Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Duke Ellington Songbook' is consummate vocal jazz that took over a year to record, but it was well worth the wait.
The collection features the thrilling and witty work of a unique groove master, multi-instrumentalist and multilingual artist.
On 15 August 1956 one of the jazz events of the decade took place, a concert that has been immortalised on record as Jazz at The Hollywood Bowl.
Norman Granz was unique in the business in his sense of justice, fairness and equality and had a true passion for the music that had become known as jazz not long before...